Combining Swedish brand Stiga’s famed build-quality with advanced ergonomics and a host of high-spec features, this innovative front-cut ride-on will make the task of large-scale lawn maintenance a whole lot less demanding.
What really sets it apart from its multitude of competitors is its articulated steering system. Giving a super-tight turning-circle of only 246cm, this impressive feature makes the negotiation of intricate borders and closely-spaced obstacles simple; and, because the back-wheels follow the line of the front-wheels, there’s no chance of the rear of mower catching on anything.
Also making it stand out from the crowd is its out-front deck positioning, which firstly gives an unhindered view of your intended cutting-path for precision mowing; and secondly makes it possible to mow under bushes and low, overhanging branches – areas you wouldn’t be able to reach with a conventional mid-deck machine (a choice of decks is available (95 / 100 / 105 / 110cm), all of which can either mulch (recycle) or rear-discharge your clippings).
The Stiga Park 720 PW Front-Cut Ride-On Lawnmower has been equipped with an infinitely variable foot-pedal controlled hydrostatic transmission that works with the articulated steering to make it a pleasure to drive.
An adjustable seat, adjustable steering wheel and power-assisted steering combine to ensure fatigue is kept at bay for the duration of the task; while electronic height-of-cut adjustment means you won’t have to waste time dismounting when you want to change the blade position (the cutting-height can be set to any of ten positions between 25 and 90mm).
Making the Stiga Park 720 PW Ride-On Mower tick is a very high-powered 570cc Briggs & Stratton Vanguard twin-cylinder engine that employs the American manufacturer’s groundbreaking overhead-valve technology so as to keep fuel-costs, noise and exhaust emissions to remarkably low levels.
A V-Twin configuration ensures smooth, low vibration performance and linear power-delivery; while electric key start means firing-up the engine couldn’t be simpler.