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Agility, versatility and pro-standard build-quality are the defining characteristics of this impressive domestic-use zero-turn ride-on mower from respected and long-established U.S. brand Snapper.
All great mowers need a great engine, so Snapper have have equipped the ZTX250 with a Briggs & Stratton 8270-Series power-pack. These 724cc commercial-duty twin-cylinder units employ the tried-and-tested V-Twin configuration for high-torque performance with low vibrations; and utilise OHV technology for a noticeable cut in fuel-consumption, emissions and noise.
Briggs & Stratton’s Electronic Fuel Management system ensures starting is as reliable as with your car; while their provision of full-pressure lubrication and a cyclonic air-filter significantly extends the service-life of key components.
The Snapper ZTX250’s zero-turn capability is thanks to its combination of front castor-wheels with twin rear-wheel hydrostatic drives. Using the two ergonomic soft-touch levers, you’ll be able to whizz around and between obstacles; intuitively negotiate landscaping; and undertake end-of-pass turns in the blink of an eye (zero-turn can reduce mowing-time by a huge 50%).
Supplied with an expansive 122cm side-discharge cutter-deck, ZTX250 is ideal for substantial areas where bagging is impractical and/or appearance is not important. Should you be dealing with a formal, frequently mown lawn, you can purchase and fit the optional mulch-kit.
Boasting rugged build-quality, the Snapper ZTX250 Zero-Turn Ride-On Mower combines a fully-welded steel chassis with a heavy-gauge fabricated-steel deck, a large-diameter front-axle and ball-bearing-mounted castor-wheels.
An adjustable seat with fatigue-reducing arm-rests ensures a comfortable drive for the duration of the task; while a cargo-bay means you can easily take whatever kit you need to the work-site.
Other high-end features include gauge-wheels on the deck for a neat, scalp-free finish; and a wide-ranging 13-step height-of-cut (38-100mm) for the effective management of whatever grass-length you’re dealing with.