This entry-level front-cut ride-on from Stiga makes it easy to access those hard-to-reach areas and is an affordable option for the smaller lawn (up to one-acre). Its precise rear-wheel steering and infinitely-variable hydrostatic drive make it possible to manoeuvre intuitively around trees, furniture and other obstacles; while its 85cm out-front Multiclip deck and unimpeded sight-line ensure you’ll be able to follow fence-lines and complex borders with supreme accuracy. Strong and durable, the Stiga Park 120 is constructed around a rigid chassis that brings a lengthy 10-year warranty. Power is delivered by a beefy 414cc four-stroke engine from Stiga themselves.
Whizz around obstacles and get under shrubs and low-hanging branches with this highly manoeuvrable rear-wheel-steer ride-on mower from Swedish brand Stiga. It’s equipped with a 95cm front-mounted mower-deck that gives a clear view of the cutting-path, and which can either rear-discharge or mulch cut-grass; and it it’s fitted with a powerful 344cc Briggs & Stratton engine that offers the sort of ultra-reliable performance that gardeners world-wide have come to expect from the famous US manufacturer’s products. Boasting an infinitely-variable hydrostatic transmission that’s pedal controlled, the Stiga Park 220 is far easier to drive than a ride-on with a clunky manual gearbox. It’s aimed at lawns up to 6000m2.
The Stiga Park 340 PWX is the Swedish brand’s smallest four-wheel-drive front-cut ride-on, and as such will come into its own on lawns with space-restricted access and lots of trees and landscaping to work around. Its 4WD transmission means you’ll able to operate on the sort of terrain that would prove too much for a less well-equipped machine; while its unique pivoting chassis design optimises manoeuvrability, so obstacle negotiation couldn’t be easier. This innovative mower is compatible with an out-front deck that gives a clear view of the cutting path, and which cuts the grass before the wheels flatten it for a more consistent finish. An infinitely-variable hydrostatic-drive delivers intuitive ground-speed control; while Stiga’s provision of power-steering and an adjustable seat demonstrates their commitment to driver-comfort.
Packed with innovation and premium features and offering Stiga’s famed build-quality, this superb ride-on mower has been developed for both the professional and high-end domestic markets. It features a fully articulated chassis that delivers a super-tight turning-circle, which in turn makes obstacle navigation a breeze; and it benefits from a forward-mounted deck that will allow you to access areas you’d otherwise have to tackle with your walk-behind mower or strimmer (a choice of decks is available). The Stiga Park Pro 340X has a four-wheel-drive hydrostatic transmission that delivers the traction you’ll need to work effectively in adverse conditions. Power comes from a quiet; durable; and smooth-running V-Twin engine from Briggs & Stratton.
The impressively manoeuvrable Stiga Park 520 P has all the premium features associated with the Swedish brand’s Park range, including a front-cut deck; genuine articulated steering; and an infinitely-variable hydrostatic drive. It’s powered by a 500cc Briggs & Stratton Intek engine, which utilises OHV technology for efficient, clean-running performance; and it combines servo-assisted steering with an adjustable seat ensures even day-long jobs can finished in comfort. This model can be used with one of five different Combi cutter-decks (95 – 105cm), all of which are both rear-discharge and mulch-capable. A 12-litre fuel-tank ensures long periods of uninterrupted work; while a ten-stage adjustable cutting-height facilitates the management of changing grass-conditions.