The very best time of year to buy a lawn mower for a great price is in the early fall, when the cooler temperatures stall the growth of grass until the following spring.
What is the best time of the year to buy a riding lawn mower?
Here's why the best months to buy a riding lawn mower (or zero turn) are March and April: New Models are Hitting Showrooms — One of the reasons that March and April are the best months to buy a riding mower is that you can shop the new models.
In which month would a lawn mower manufacturer most likely offer a seasonal discount?
This means that older models on the floor will be more likely to feature discounts. But some manufacturers offer seasonal discounts between March and May to intentionally capture your attention.
What riding mowers have the least problems?
Our research shows that the best riding lawn mower is the Husqvarna YTH18542. We chose this as our top riding mower for its reliability and utility relative to price. Other standouts: We also found that the best zero-turn mower is the Cub Cadet Ultima ZT1 and the best rear-engine mower is the electric Ryobi RY48111.
What riding lawn mowers last the longest?
A lower-end commercial mower will last around 1,200-1,500 hours, while a John Deere commercial mower is built to last for 2,000-2,500 hours.
What is the best month to buy a lawnmower?
Shop for a Lawn Mower in Early Spring for the Best Variety
Spring arrives in late March, which is when the temperatures are (usually) still low enough that your grass isn't yet growing. But that's when hardware stores will have the best stock of lawn mowers.