When buying a lawn mower, you’re faced with an important decision – electric or petrol? While electric models are lighter, many people dislike being tethered with the cord. On the other hand, petrol lawn mowers allow more freedom even if it requires more maintenance with the petrol itself. To help with this decision, you’re going to learn everything you need to know about petrol models in this guide.

Firstly, why would you choose petrol? Aren’t these models now outdated? Absolutely not, and owners of petrol lawn mowers will tell you otherwise. Firstly, petrol is better for gardens of a larger size. With no cord and no plug, you have complete freedom of movement. As well as being a benefit in itself, this means you can attack larger gardens and those that extend some way away from the house itself. Using a petrol lawn mower is more efficient than several extension cables (and much safer!).

Elsewhere, petrol lawn mowers tend to offer more power, and this means a better cut. Other benefits include:

  • Easier to use for slopes and other unique garden features
  • Parts are stronger and last longer
  • Performance is strong in all weather conditions

What’s more, you’ll also find push petrol lawn mowers and self-propelled designs. With the latter, it could help those with mobility issues or injuries. While you walk behind, the mower does all the work, and you aren’t left feeling drained after cutting the grass. However, self-propelled models aren’t for everyone, and this includes those with unique lawn layouts. While a self-propelled lawn mower is great for simple, straight lawns, it may make things more difficult with hills, corners, and other features (unless it comes with the right power!).

Murray EQ 400 18”/46cm Petrol Push Lawn Mower

Murray EQ 400 18"/46 cm Petrol Push Lawnmower with Briggs & Stratton 450E Series Engine, Grey/Black, Small
  • Designed for small to medium lawns
  • 60-litre soft grass collector bag
  • Briggs & Stratton 450E Series engine (125cc)
  • Six cutting height positions
  • Ergonomic handle for comfort (three positions)
  • 46cm steel deck
  • Rear discharge
  • 4-stroke oil (not supplied)

For our first foray into the world of lawn mowers, we have a design from Murray. With an advanced Briggs & Stratton 450E Series engine, you’re in good hands when cutting a small- to medium-sized lawn. There are a few features to like with this model, and this includes the 46cm steel deck. With this material, it’s a reliable option and should last the test of time.

Elsewhere, the cutting height adjustment system has six positions ranging from 28mm to 92mm. In truth, this is one of the widest ranges you’re likely to find. Put it this way, you won’t need anything longer and you won’t need anything shorter. With the 60-litre collector bag, you also won’t have to keep emptying. Considering this is for smaller and medium gardens, the large bag is a nice addition.

Finally, it’s impossible to ignore the ergonomic handle. With three different positions, you choose the one that feels most comfortable to you.

Pros

  • Huge cutting height adjustment range
  • Steel deck for reliability and durability
  • Option of collecting grass or using the rear discharge feature
  • Several handle positions for supreme comfort

Cons

  • Not suitable for large gardens
  • Push mower rather than a self-propelled design

Murray EQ700X 21”/53cm Self-Propelled Petrol Lawn Mower

Murray EQ700X 21 Inch/53 cm Self-Propelled Petrol Lawnmower with Briggs & Stratton 750EX Series DOV Engine Including Mulching Plug
  • Perfect for small to medium gardens
  • Briggs & Stratton 750EX Series DOV engine (161cc)
  • 4-in-1 functioning when cutting
  • Six cutting height positions
  • 4-stroke oil (not supplied)
  • 53cm steel deck
  • 70-litre grass collector bag

We return to Murray, but this time with a bigger and stronger model. Firstly, there are similarities with the previous model including the same six cutting height adjustments between 28mm and 92mm. Also, it uses a Briggs & Stratton engine (although slightly more powerful this time at 161cc!).

However, many features have changed including the 53cm steel deck. With steel, you should remain protected against both corrosion and damage. For those who aren’t interested in repeatedly emptying the grass bag, this is even less of a problem with this model since it holds 70 litres of grass.

Another feature we like is the 4-in-1 functionality – while the previous product offered bagging and rear discharge, this one goes further with mulching and side discharge. In terms of oil, you’ll need SAE30 4-stroke oil, and this means no mixing and no messing around.

Elsewhere, you will also like the wash-out port to make cleaning the steel deck easier and the two-year limited consumer warranty just in case something goes wrong. Of course, how could we forget that this model is also self-propelled to make mowing the lawn effortless?

Pros

  • Stronger engine than the previous model (161cc rather than 125cc)
  • 4-in-1 functionality with added side discharge and mulching
  • Reliable brand names in Briggs & Stratton and Murray
  • Two-year limited warranty
  • Self-propelled design
  • Larger grass catcher

Cons

  • Still not suitable for large gardens

Webb 18”/46cm Push Petrol Mower

Webb 18in/46cm Push Petrol Four Wheeled Steel Deck Lawnmower
  • Ideal for small to medium lawns
  • Cutting width of 46cm
  • Seven height adjustments settings between 25mm and 75mm
  • Briggs & Stratton 450 Series engine (4-stroke)
  • Steel deck
  • Three functions
  • 50-litre grass collector

How does this Webb mower compare to the two Murray products we’ve seen so far? Well, it’s certainly more like the first than the second. Suitable for small or medium lawns, you’ve probably noticed that Briggs & Stratton are a common choice for mower manufacturers. With this model, we’ve back to the 450 Series and a reliable unit to get around the whole garden without any issues (even with hills and other landscaping challenges).

Elsewhere, this Webb mower has three functions depending on whether you want to collect, mulch, or discharge. If you choose to collect, you’ll have a 50-litre collector; to make things easier, Webb has decided to put an Easi-View window on the collector, and this is something we appreciate (it saves guessing and continually checking the grass level!).

With a 46cm cutting width, each sweep takes a large chunk of lawn and the seven height settings allow for precision control of the lawn. Sadly, the range is smaller than with the others we’ve seen. In better news, the single lever makes adjustment easier than ever.

Pros

  • Steel deck for stability and durability
  • Easi-View grass collector
  • Three different functions
  • SoftGrip handle and folding for storage
  • Two-year warranty (one year for the engine)

Cons

  • No side discharge
  • Not good enough for larger lawns

SPRINT 410P Push Petrol Lawn Mower 16”/41cm

SPRINT 410P Push Petrol Lawn Mower 41cm (16"), Briggs & Stratton 300E Series 125cc
  • Suited to smaller gardens
  • Two cutting functions with collection and rear discharge
  • Adjustable handle with three positions
  • Briggs & Stratton 300E Series engine (125cc)
  • 40cm cutting width
  • Six cutting height positions between 35mm and 85mm
  • 45-litre collector bag

For those with a smaller garden, you probably don’t want all the bells and whistles that come with mowers designed for larger gardens. If this is the case, we highly recommend this SPRINT model. It manages to find the balance between simplicity and all the features you need for a positive cutting experience.

With a Briggs & Stratton 300E Series engine, you’ll need SAE30 4-stroke engine oil and it contains more than enough power for a small lawn. What’s more, the two functions allow for collection or rear discharge and you can choose between six cutting heights. One potential problem with this SPRINT mower is that it doesn’t go below 35mm (some will offer lower cutting as low as 20mm).

For small lawns, the mower has everything you’re likely to need and even has three heights for the handle. This means a comfortable mowing experience and easy storage when finished. In case this wasn’t enough, you’ll also get a two-year limited consumer warranty. Fortunately, problems are rare with the steel mower deck.

Pros

  • Perfect little model for simple mowing in small gardens
  • Good Briggs & Stratton engine
  • Sturdy design and easy storage with the adjustable handle
  • Flexibility with cutting height and two cutting functions

Cons

  • Only really works for small lawns
  • Not self-propelled

Hyundai HYM510SP 4-Stroke Petrol Lawn Mower

Hyundai HYM510SP 4-Stroke Petrol Lawn Mower 173CC Self Propelled 51cm/20 inch Cutting Width
  • Medium to large gardens
  • Hyundai engine (196cc)
  • Self-propelled for simple cutting (rear-wheel drive)
  • Four different speeds
  • 51cm cutting width
  • Large 70-litre grass bag
  • Six different cutting heights between 25mm and 75mm

With the previous model, we mentioned that some products had all the bells and whistles you could imagine…and this Hyundai falls into this category. However, the product hasn’t been designed without thought. If you need power and performance for large gardens, this product is right up there with the best.

As you will have seen, the beauty of choosing a Hyundai design is that you also benefit from their brilliant engine capabilities. With this model, the engine offers 196cc of power with a recoil pull start. As a 4-stroke petrol engine, you’ll never be left wanting as far as power goes.

Additionally, the mower is suitable for larger gardens because of the huge collector bag (70 litres), the 51cm cutting width, the six cutting height options, and more. When cutting, you can collect into the bag or use the mulching or side/rear discharge settings. The Hyundai mower truly has everything one needs for a large garden – the experience continues with soft grip handles (that fold for storage), self-propulsion, and four different speeds while cutting.

Pros

  • Powerful engine from a leading engine manufacturer
  • Big cutting width, grass collector bag, and more
  • Works for larger than normal gardens
  • Four different speeds to make the cutting experience suit your needs
  • Three-year platinum Hyundai warranty

Cons

  • Height adjustment isn’t as wide and doesn’t go as high as some models

Yard Force 41cm Push Petrol Lawnmower

Yard Force 41cm Push Petrol Lawnmower with 125CC Briggs and Stratton 300E Engine GMB41
  • Suitable for gardens up to 400 square metres in size
  • Briggs & Stratton 300E Series Engine (125cc)
  • Steel deck
  • 45-litre grass collector bag
  • Ergonomic handle for comfort
  • Cutting height range between 25mm and 75mm (five different options)
  • Prime’n Pull E-Z Starting System

After the might of Hyundai, we’re coming back down to smaller and medium gardens now with this Yard Force petrol lawn mower. Starting with the engine, this is something we’ve seen before as it’s the 300E Series from Briggs & Stratton engine. With 125cc, it’s enough for smaller gardens and is complemented by the steel deck and Prime’n Pull E-Z Starting System. How does this system work? Push the prime bulb three times to supply the carburettor with fuel, and then pull.

Depending on your need, you can adjust the cutting height with five settings between 25mm and 75mm. All adjustments are made with a single lever and this keeps everything simple. Meanwhile, the cutting width is 41cm and the handle has an ergonomic design to remove the discomfort that once came with mowing the lawn. As soon as you release the handle, the blade stops spinning and this is a security feature that goes under the radar but prevents many injuries each year. 

Pros

  • Durable and robust nature with steel deck
  • Easy to empty and re-fit the grass collector bag
  • Lightweight model which makes starting and manoeuvring easy
  • Five different cutting heights
  • Low noise and low emissions

Cons

  • Not ideal for larger gardens
  • No mulching plug
  • No self-propulsion

P1 Powered by Hyundai Petrol Lawn Mower

P1 Powered by Hyundai Petrol Lawnmowers Self Propelled Push Button Electric Start 21 Inch 51 Centimetre Cutting Width 173cc, Steel Deck Included 600ml Engine Oil & Rain Cover P5100SPE
  • Designed to cope with medium and large gardens
  • 51cm cutting width
  • 173cc Hyundai 4-stroke engine
  • Seven cutting height adjustments between 25cmm and 85mm
  • Self-propelled mower with rear-wheel drive
  • 600ml oil (most others on this list are 500ml)
  • Electric key start and recoil pull
  • Four cutting functions
  • 60-litre collector bag

This is the second mower on this list with a Hyundai engine, and it’s the second one suited to larger gardens – this isn’t an accident. While this Hyundai engine isn’t as powerful as the last, it still packs a punch with 173cc. This, coupled with the 51cm cutting width, means that the whole mower handles larger lawns with few issues.

Why should you choose this mower? We like the four cutting functions – this means you can collect, drop, mulch, or discharge to the side. Also, it offers two different starting methods. While the electric key start works when the battery has power, there’s a backup recoil pull system whenever you need it.

As a self-propelled model, it has rear-wheel drive and seven cutting height adjustments. With options between 25mm and 85mm, this is one of the best ranges you’re likely to find with a petrol mower. We also like the ergonomic handle, the 60-litre grass collector bag, and the advanced airflow system used for the collector bag.

Pros

  • Suitable for large gardens
  • Strong engine and big cutting width
  • Two starting systems
  • Four cutting functions
  • Self-propulsion

Cons

  • May be too expensive for some

Einhell 3404365 GC-PM 46/2 S HW-E Self-Propelled Petrol Mower

Einhell 3404365 GC-PM 46/2 S HW-E Self Propelled Petrol Mower with Cutting Width and High Wheels and Electric Start, 1900 W, Red, 46 cm
  • Recommended for large gardens (up to 1,400 square metres)
  • Electric start
  • Cutting width of 46cm
  • Self-propelled design
  • 70-litre grass catch bag
  • Six height adjustment settings between 30mm and 80mm
  • Larger rear wheel
  • Powerful engine with rear-wheel drive

As you can see from the first feature on this list, this Einhell model is designed for not just large gardens but anything up to 1,400 square metres. If you started to panic after seeing lots of models suited to gardens up to 300 square metres and 350 square metres, panic over. This Einhell mower accommodates most gardens in the country and has lots of other features to enjoy too.

For example, the 70-litre grass catch bag means that you won’t need to keep traipsing between the lawn and the nearest dustbin. As well as a cutting width of 46cm, you can also adjust the height between six different settings. Depending on the season and your needs, you’ll adjust between 30mm and 80mm.

If you’re accustomed to cutting rough and dense grass, this model shouldn’t have problems because the 4-stroke engine has high torque and lots of power. Furthermore, it has an air-cooling system to prevent overheating. Another feature we like is the larger rear wheel (as well as the self-propulsion, of course!).

Pros

  • Great design for those with mobility problems or injuries
  • Large collector bag
  • Good range of heights
  • Adjustable handle for comfort
  • Level indicator for grass collection

Cons

  • Not the most powerful Einhell mower
  • Smaller cutting width compared to other Einhell mowers

Mountfield HP185 Petrol Rotary Lawn Mower

Mountfield 2L0481023/MC HP185 Petrol Rotary Lawnmower, Red
  • Small to medium gardens
  • Six positions on the height adjustment lever (22mm to 65mm)
  • 45cm cutting width
  • Briggs & Stratton 300 Series 125cc engine
  • Steel cutter deck
  • 60-litre grass collector
  • Two cutting functions

Should you invest in this Mountfield mower? It’s a good option, and we like that it uses the Briggs & Stratton engine that we’ve seen throughout this guide. With 125cc, you’ll have enough for small to medium lawns. What’s more, the 45cm cutting width is enough for most casual gardeners who are happy to do a simple cut every other week. The steel cutter deck should prevent damage and remain a robust addition to the mower.

Unfortunately, the maximum height on the mower is 65mm – some models go all the way up to 80mm. On the other hand, we’re happy with the 60-litre grass collector and you also have the option of discharging the grass at the rear. To do this, the mower comes with a mulching plug which connects easily.

One good thing that comes with this lawn mower is that you have a reliable brand in Mountfield – a brand that has operated in the UK since the 1960s and has a positive reputation to this day.

Pros

  • Two different cutting functions and a mulching plug
  • Popular engine choice with enough power for small to medium lawns
  • Good control with the height adjustment (lower than most at 22mm)
  • Two-year warranty and great after-sales support

Cons

  • Low maximum height
  • Not suited to larger gardens

McCulloch M46-120R Classic Petrol Self-Propelled Single Speed 120cc Lawn Mower

McCulloch M46-120R Classic Petrol Self-Propelled Single Speed 120cc Lawn Mower
  • Suited to small to medium gardens
  • Self-propelled design
  • Steel cutting deck
  • 50-litre grass collector
  • Foldable handles for storage
  • 120cc engine (single speed)
  • Cutting width of 46cm
  • Six different cutting heights between 30mm and 80mm

As we reach the penultimate product of this guide, we’re by no means running out of good products in this niche because this McCulloch mower is worth your attention like all the others on this list. Although the engine is lower on power than most with 120cc, the cutting width is solid at 46cm and there are six different cutting heights between 30mm and 80mm. You will find a lower cutting height than 30mm, but we don’t see why this would cause issues for most users.

In addition to the height adjustment, you can also change the handle between three different positions. Play around with these options because you might just find that one is better than the others for your body. With self-propulsion, of course, you don’t need to push the mower at all; bear in mind that this is a single-speed unit so you can’t make it faster. Finally, the cutting deck is sturdy steel, and the collector holds up to 50 litres of grass.

Pros

  • Good range of cutting heights for all seasons
  • Self-propelled mower
  • McCulloch is a name with lots of history (founded over 60 years ago!)
  • Handles are designed with both comfort and storage in mind

Cons

  • Doesn’t quite reach 25mm or 20mm in cutting height
  • Engine is less powerful than most

Frisky Fox PLUS 20” Petrol Lawn Mower (51cm)

Frisky Fox PLUS 20" Petrol Lawn Mower (51cm) - 173cc Self Propelled 4in1 Lawn Striper 50L Grass Bag
  • Designed for medium to large lawns
  • Self-propelled design
  • 4-stroke engine with 173cc of power
  • Four cutting functions
  • Steel deck
  • 51cm cutting width
  • Seven cutting heights measuring between 25mm and 75mm (single-lever adjustment)
  • Recoil starting system
  • 50-litre grass collector

To finish, we’re turning our attention to Frisky Fox. Though a lesser-known brand, it has managed to produce a lawn mower for even the largest of gardens. With a cutting width of 51cm, an engine of 173cc of power, and four cutting functions, it should breeze through larger lawns with little problem.

If we were to highlight one potential downfall, it would be the 50-litre grass collector. With a model for larger gardens, you would expect at least 60 litres if not 70 litres of space. However, as mentioned previously, you can collect, discharge to the side, discharge to the rear, or mulch while cutting.

As a self-propelled model, you’ll exert very little effort when cutting the lawn and the 4-stroke engine ensures strong performance even through thicker patches of grass. We also like the recoil starting system, the fact that seven settings separate the shortest and longest cutting height options, and that the deck is made of steel.

Pros

  • Cutting functions for all needs and seasons
  • Lawn striper for a beautiful appearance
  • Steel deck for performance both now and in the future
  • 173cc engine (4-stroke)
  • Affordable compared to other mowers designed for large gardens
  • Two-year warranty

Cons

  • Small grass collector
  • Engine may not last as long as Briggs & Stratton or Hyundai models

Buying Guide for Petrol Lawn Mowers

Why Choose a Petrol Lawn Mower?

Electric mowers have improved over the years, but most people with a decent-sized garden will benefit from a petrol model. With a petrol model, you aren’t doing the cable dance every few seconds just trying to keep the cable in a safe position (as it drags through the bushes and gets caught in between your feet). With no cord, there’s a freedom that comes with petrol lawn mowers. Suddenly, you don’t need to find the extension cable, get everything plugged in, and the chore is removed from cutting the lawn.

Even through slopes, hills, and banks, petrol lawn mowers have a great amount of power. With freedom and more power, you’ll have no problems even with a large garden. Of course, this extra power comes at a cost, but you need to weigh this additional cost against all the benefits you receive in return. You get more power, more convenience, and a model that should last for many years.

Cordless Electric vs Petrol Mowers

We know what some readers are thinking – there are now cordless electric models, does this mean an end for petrol designs? For those keeping tabs on the niche, you will have seen a vast improvement in the quality of lithium-ion batteries and cordless models. However, the truth is that even these improved batteries are some way behind petrol models.

Petrol lawn mowers have more power, can run for longer, and some models are even self-propelled. We aren’t saying that cordless electric mowers won’t suit some lawns, but petrol is still the better option for larger gardens for many reasons.

Buying Considerations

What should you keep in mind when choosing between the many fantastic models above? Here are the biggest buying considerations:

  1. Lawn Size

Primarily, you need to think about your lawn. Often, people choose products based on recommendations without thinking about how the product is used in their own home. Fail to consider your lawn, and you could end up with a model that just doesn’t suit your needs.

If you have a large garden, you might want to consider self-propulsion as well as a powerful unit. By the end of cutting your large garden currently, you probably walk away with sore hands, aching knees, and more. With power, the mower will glide effortlessly through the lawn. With self-propulsion, you don’t need to push the mower too much. With both, you’ll have the easiest cutting experience in existence.

Your lawn size is the primary concern because it affects the features that you’ll look for in a lawn mower. For example, both a large grass collector box and large cutting width makes cutting a large garden much easier. With a small cutting width, it will take more sweeps to complete the cut. Meanwhile, a small grass collector box means stopping to empty lots of times (and nobody wants this!).

  1. Fuel Consumption (Cutting Habits)

With the lawn size in mind, we also recommend paying attention to fuel consumption and your cutting habits. Let’s say that you have a large garden, or you like to keep on top of the lawn with frequent cutting, the last thing you need is a gas-guzzling model because you’ll need a loan just to pay for the oil (perhaps a slight exaggeration, but you get the point!). In this scenario, you’ll want an economical model while keeping it maintained to manage the amount of oil you use.

  1. Noise

Unfortunately, one of the drawbacks to petrol lawn mowers is that they’re noisier than their electric counterparts. If you don’t want notes through the door, choose a quiet model that won’t upset people on either side of the garden. Of course, those with secluded lawns don’t need to worry as much about sound.

  1. Cutting Height

For the first cut after winter, it’s good to start with a high cut and gradually take down the length bit by bit. Therefore, keep an eye on the cutting height options with a lawn mower. As you saw in the products above, most models have a good range in terms of cutting height. After letting the grass grow, you don’t want to cut it right back immediately because this will remove lots of the strength it built over winter.

  1. Motor

Manufacturers choose to either power their mowers with a 4-stroke or a 2-stroke motor. If you don’t want to mess around with mixing oil, go for a 4-stroke motor. As well as a simpler topping up process, 4-stroke motors are more efficient than 2-stroke designs.

  1. Additional Features

Next up, you should consider all the small extras that won’t make or break your experience but could make everything that little bit more exciting and rewarding. For example, this includes mulching, ergonomic handles, rear roller, and a foldable design for simple storage. Also, do you prefer an electric or a recoil starter? While electric starters are easier, recoil starters are more reliable (and much easier than in the past!).

  1. Your Additional Needs

We’ve hinted at it a couple of times already in the guide, but some people may have mobility problems or specific injuries that make cutting the grass a troublesome task. If this is the case, look for a lawn mower that will accommodate your needs. This could be a lightweight design, self-propulsion, a comfortable handle, or easy storage.

  1. Budget

The final thing you need to remember is your budget – once you know your budget, it’s easier to discount certain models and focus on only those you can afford. Thankfully, petrol lawn mowers are now more affordable so even modest budgets should open the door to good machines.

FAQs

Which type of oil do petrol mowers use?

Ultimately, this depends on your model and we highly recommend reading the manual that came with the product. The best oil for your mower depends on its type, size, capacity, and other factors. In fact, the oil you use can also change depending on the climate in your area. While some models can take automotive oil, others prefer small engine oil. SAE-30 seems a common option for petrol mower owners, but the best bet is to read the product manual.

Why won’t my petrol lawn mower start after storing for the winter?

Winter has gone, you’re ready to cut the grass for the first time this year, but nothing happens when you go to start the mower. What’s wrong? With petrol models, some problems are more common than others. For example, most fuel is designed to be used immediately and this means it doesn’t cope well with sitting stagnant for a few months. Therefore, we recommend emptying the mower and replacing it with fresh oil.

Other problems include the following:

  • Closed fuel tap
  • Wrong oil type
  • Blocked blade
  • Incorrect choke setting
  • Microswitch or kill switch
  • Spark plug
  • Carburettor

If you’re still having a problem, seek professional advice rather than potentially digging further and causing more issues. In most cases, replacing the oil with a fresh supply will work perfectly.

Why is there smoke coming from my petrol mower?

Normally, when a petrol lawn mower produces smoke, this is a result of the carburettor. In case you didn’t know, this feature controls the balance between air and gasoline in the unit. With more gasoline and not enough air, this causes plumes of black smoke to leave the mower. Of course, your immediate reaction is probably to panic and immediately start shopping for a new mower.

In reality, it might be that the air filter is clogged or blocked. In this case, replace the filter (make sure you get the right one for your model!). If you still see smoke, a professional may need to adjust the carburettor.

How do I know if my lawn mower spark plug is bad?

Is the spark plug bad on your lawn mower? How do you know? The most common symptom with a faulty spark plug is a tricky start. If you’re pulling the rope more and more times with each cut, this suggests a problem. Elsewhere, it might be that you’ve noticed an increase in fuel consumption or a change to engine performance.

Also, you can look at the spark plug and check its condition. When looking at the centre electrode, you should see a flat top rather than a rounded top. Furthermore, check for chips, cracks, and other damage.

How often do you change spark plugs in a lawn mower?

As we saw before, there’s no universal answer to this because it depends on how frequently you use the mower, the size of your lawn, and the performance of the mower. According to some, you should change the spark plug around every 25 hours. For some people, this means once per season and for others, it means once per year. Follow the tips in the previous question and keep an eye on performance as well as the condition of the spark plug itself.

Conclusion

Petrol lawn mowers tend to have more power, a longer life, and more freedom compared to electric lawn mowers. With this guide, you’re now in a position to choose the right mower for your needs. Have fun choosing your next cutting companion and feel free to save this page as a bookmark, if needed!

 

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