Afar across the distant Pacific, Japan has been making a number of high quality machines for mass marketing. Honda, one company who seems to do nothing but rise higher and higher in rankings with its car models, also offers a wide, quality selection of mowers and other yard/lawn equipment.
If you're in the market for a new push mower, then a Honda lawnmower might just be right for you. On some in-depth research scanning reviews of their lawn machines, no one ever had anything bad to say about their equipment. From cars to mowers, all that was found were comments, for example, "I've had my Honda lawnmower for twelve years and haven't done anything except change the oil every season and the spark plug once."
From that statement alone, we know that Honda's HRX Series, Harmony I and Harmony II Series, their Masters Series, along with their Commercial Series mowers might just be worth their weight in gold.
Let's look at the Honda Harmony II Series Mower HRR216K2PDA. The title isn't the only thing that's long. It has a 21-inch cut, in addition to mulch capabilities, a steel deck, and a steady 5.5 horsepower engine.
The newer Harmony II series will also keep your neighbors happy as it has the first ever timing-belt in a lawnmower. It helps immensely to absorb any vibrations and noise. Plus, it has Honda's patented easy-to-start system. The lightweight engine is designed much like Honda's cars as it has an overhead cam that always keeps fuel-efficiency in mind. There's even a fuel valve; an additional safety feature, allowing you to shut off the fuel line at its source-a great idea, helping to eliminate accidental starts and gas-oil mixing, along with those spills that aren't any good for the environment.
As stated, if you're in the market for a great buy with a product of the utmost quality on a budget, check out a Honda mower soon. Their line of commercial mowers packs a whole lot more punch than residential brands, but still are top-of-the-line in quality and cutting ability.