The Snapper RER200 has one of the largest cutting-widths of any domestic-use rear-engine ride-on (84cm), but retains the nimble manoeuvrability of its smaller counterparts. This combination makes it perfect for substantial lawns with trees, shrubs beds and landscaping to mow around.
With its 500cc Briggs & Stratton Intek™ 4175 AVS® overhead-valve engine, the Snapper RER200 Ride-On Mower develops the sort of torque that’s essential when dealing with heavy grass-conditions.
Full-pressure lubrication works to maximise engine-life; while a large-capacity five-litre fuel tank ensures plenty can be achieved between each top-up stop.
This feature-packed machine has a stepless, hand-controlled transmission, so it’s far less clunky in operation than lower-spec manual-drive machines where you have to stop to alter the ground-speed.
Quick-response steering provides a more intuitive driving experience; while a split-differential transmission helps to guard against turf-damage caused by wheel-spins (the gearing is encased in an oil-bath for reduced wear and therefore a longer working-life).
Capable of side-discharging or mulching cuttings, the Snapper RER200 Ride-On Mower can be configured to achieve superb result on both pristine lawns and overgrown outlying areas.
It has a deluxe seat with ergonomic contouring for a comfortable, low-fatigue drive; and it comes with a Snapper Hi-Vac cutter-deck that works to optimise mulching performance and produces a super-neat finish.
The front- and rear-wheels on the Snapper RER200 Ride-On Mower pivot independently, thereby enabling the deck to closely track the contours of the ground.