Brands like Husqvarna, John Deere, Toro, and Craftsman riding lawnmowers, have an average life expectancy that is really high. With proper care and maintenance, this can be up to 20 years.
Are Craftsman mowers still good?
Craftsman mowers have a reputation for engineering excellence. These mowers bring together inventiveness, comfort, reliability, and flexibility. From self-propelled mowers to riding mowers, Craftsman has a befitting mower for every lawn, with enhanced cutting efficiency and maneuverability.
How many hours will a riding lawn mower last?
Generally, a riding mower that is properly maintained should last a consumer about 500 hours. The engine is most likely designed to last that long as is the mower portion.
When should I replace my riding lawn mower?
The age of your mower can also dictate whether repair or replacement makes sense. On average, you can expect a heavy-duty riding mower to have a 5-year to an 8-year lifespan for residential use. For professional-grade mowers that see heavy commercial use, that lifespan is between 4 years and 5 years.
Are Troy Bilt and Craftsman the same?
Over the years, MTD acquired the Troy-Bilt, Bolens, Cub Cadet, Craftsman (owned by its minority partner), and Yard-Man brands and/or companies. MTD also private labels for other brands under the “247” model prefix.
Who makes the most reliable lawn tractor?
In Consumer Reports’ 2017 survey of 11,217 subscribers, John Deere takes the top prize as the most reliable brand of lawn tractors and among the more reliable zero-turn-radius mowers.