Snapper® Revamps Classic Rear Engine Rider And Adds Compact Zero Turn Unit
"We are bringing back the iconic American Snapper mower design and adding innovation such as vertical stand-on end capability for easy storage," said
Snapper Rear Engine Rider
We are excited to announce we are bringing back the American icon – the Snapper Rear Engine Rider. The trusted Snapper Rear Engine Rider is powered by a dependable Briggs & Stratton Intek™ Engine and features a Snapper Disc Drive Transmission for stress-free starting, effortless operation and straightforward maintenance with every mow. Available with either a 28-inch or a 33-inch mowing deck, the Rear Engine Rider has a narrow, pivoting frame design which keeps all four wheels on the ground for better traction and cutting performance.
This classic rear engine rider features vertical stand-on end capability, giving the operator the ability to tilt the entire tractor onto its back bumper and save storage room in a garage or shed. Direct access to the underside of the mower makes maintenance such as cleaning the deck and blade simple and fast.
Snapper 360Z Line Expansion
The new compact Snapper 360Z line expansion offers a welded steel frame that is 2" shorter than previous models. The shorter length provides increased agility and a sharper turning radius to navigate challenging landscaping. The 360Z has a heavy-duty, fabricated 36-inch mower deck ensuring the ZTR can mow through all types of yard conditions including standard gate openings. There is also a stamped 46-inch mower deck option, cutting mowing time for larger yards. The line-up offers an optional utility cargo bed that can haul up to 50 pounds of mulch, dirt, or outdoor power equipment – allowing homeowners to accomplish more on their weekend to-do list. Homeowners can select from either a
The Snapper 360Z with 36-inch or 46-inch cutting deck is backed by a three-year limited lifetime warranty and has an MSRP beginning at
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