Briggs & Stratton Rider Lawn Mower
The most important thing to consider when purchasing power equipment is the engine that powers it. This is why many people begin their riding mower or lawn tractor search by looking for the trusted Briggs & Stratton logo. Because when it comes to riding lawn mower engines, nothing compares to a Briggs & Stratton.
9 out of 10 leading lawn tractor brands count on Briggs & Stratton to power more of their riding mowers, push mowers, tractors, and chore products than any other engine.* Our engines provide easy starting, low maintenance, and powerful performance – everything you have come to expect in a quality small engine. Designed in the US and tuned to the most precise tolerances, Briggs & Stratton engines power riding lawn mowers, garden tractors, and more to help you get your yard looking great.
So when you're looking for a new riding mower or lawn tractor, look for one powered by a Briggs & Stratton® engine.
* Source: PowerPulse 2009
With our Starting Promise™, Briggs & Stratton Corporation warrants to the original owner that select 675 Series™ engines, 700 Series™ engines, 700 Series™ DOV® engines equipped with ReadyStart® and Professional Series™ engines* will always start on the first or second pull, or we will fix it for free. Go to our Starting Promise page for more details
*Source: PowerPulse 2009
Our push mower engines are built to last, and with proper engine maintenance, these engines should be running smooth for years to come. And should you misplace your manual, Briggs & Stratton has you covered. From manuals to our robust help section, Briggs & Stratton can guide you through the ins-and-outs of small engine upkeep.
100 Years in Power
For over 100 years, Briggs & Stratton has been providing solid, reliable power to get the job done. What does this mean to you?
You can count on us to be here when you're selecting your next mower. And you can rely on us to be here long after you've made your purchase. Briggs & Stratton: A proven leader yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Down to Earth
Our legacy of corporate social responsibility and community involvement is reflected in our longstanding commitment to environmental stewardship.
- The engines Briggs & Stratton manufactured in 2010 emit up to 75% less exhaust emissions than those sold before 1995.
- Between 1995 and 2010, Briggs & Stratton has lowered evaporative emissions in its engines by more than 73%.
- The energy required to build a Briggs & Stratton engine has been reduced by 3 percent, on average, over the last two years.
Built the American Way
Over 3,000 people build over 9 million engines in our U.S. factories each year from U.S. and global parts. It’s one of the reasons why consumers look for the Briggs & Stratton brand when they shop for power equipment.