By Keri Algar
SYDNEY, NSW: McCulloch has this week released an entry level ride on lawn mower just in time for chopping spring’s new growth.
The MowCart66 has been designed to bridge the gap between push mowers and tractor mowers, making it ideal for large residential and lifestyle blocks.
It is compact in design and easy to manoeuvre through gates and along paths, and has a cutting range height from 4 centimetres to 10 centimetres.
The mower features a Briggs and Stratton engine and a 66-centimetre cutting deck, which according to McCulloch, will save consumers around 39 per cent on mowing time when compared with a traditional 46-centimetre walk behind mower over a 1,000-square-metre lawn.
“When we spotted a gap in the market we set to work on developing an affordable ride on mower that was suitable for domestic use and the MowCart66 was born, said Dan Carman of McCulloch.
“As always, the McCulloch brand values simple and sleek designs without compromising on quality and power.”
The MowCart66 will be distributed in an open market and is available be available at Bunnings, Harvey Norman and Mitre 10 among other hardware stores for RRP $1,999.