Predictably, as is consistent with all Deere and Company machinery, they are definitely 'built-to-last.'
Spanning over three general classes, this functional equipment-line represents a dominant section of the competitive lawn care genre...
- Walk-Behind John Deere Lawn Mowers—A.K.A. push mowers
- John Deere Riding Mowers
- zero turn mowers
- lawn and garden tractors
- Front Mount John Deere Lawn Mowers—lesser-known commercial mowers
Further, when you purchase one of the John Deere Lawn Mowers, you
automatically gain access to prime service, maintenance, and support—available from the vast network of John Deere Dealers/Service Centers.
Moreover, one of the key factors of nearly all John Deere lawn specialties, is the dependable, exclusively designed, Briggs & Stratton Engines with which they come.
Thus, year-after-year, I can confidently recommend and/or purchase Deere machinery without questioning the quality of components; craftsmanship; build capacity—a definite time-saver when 'shopping' becomes the business-of-the-day.
Stability + Reliability = Lifetime Customers!
Now, with respect to riding mowers, this sub-section can be broken down even further…
Initially, we have John Deere Lawn Tractors which are also referred to as Garden Tractors.
Next, there are the addictively versatile Zero Turn Mowers which can be clearly recognized by the 'Z' in the model number (e.g. John Deere Z425.)
On the other hand, Lawn Tractors are not so easily assorted by the syntax of their descriptors.
Fortunately, however, after modest exposure, it becomes rather simple to identify all varieties of John Deere equipment.
As each class has evolved over time, none more so reflects Deere's ground-breaking progress than the modern John Deere Lawn Tractor.
Thanks to the cutting-edge (pun intended!), 3-in-1 cutting deck, the new-age tractors allow one to contain; mulch; or, expel clippings from the side—effortlessly.
Objectively speaking, however, 'Ride-Ons' are considerably less common than 'Walk-Behinds.'
Nevertheless, while boasting numerous proprietary features across each group, contemporary John Deere 'Ride-Ons' are impressively advanced!
And, as most prefer lawn care to be easy/hassle-free, John Deere 'Walk-Behinds' ensure maintenance will be a painless (dare I say 'pleasant?') proposition as well.
The current line of (push) lawn mowers for Deere entail three (3) core models which form the 'J-Series' of the brand...
- John Deere JS26—entry-level, yet very capable indeed
- John Deere JS36—mid-level, sturdy
- John Deere JS46—premium model push mower—2 thumbs up!
Basic, standard features on each:
- Gasoline Powered
- Equipped with 3-in-1 Cutting Blade Technology
- Briggs & Stratton (190cc) Engine
- Innovative, Momentum Drive System™—easily control the speed at which you mow
- adequately more...
Even as the 'J-Series' Models are similar in many ways, the John Deere JS46 differentiates itself emphatically.
Unique in its employment of rear-wheel-drive functionality (contrary to front-wheel-drive for the JS26/36), this 'top-shelf' mower produces an exceptional handling experience—easy-to-navigate—powerful!
Also different, is the JS46’s electric start mechanism + pool cord backup; always ready to 'fire-on-demand.'
In unison, each 'J-Series' version incorporates a Briggs and Stratton
(Fresh Start™) fuel stabilizer cap which preserves gas for up to 24 months—thereby eliminating 'false-starts' in the process.
Conclusively, on top of everything, all Deere equipment is backed by a generous, no-hassle warranty—another illustration of the company's experience, market-awareness.
As you can see, John Deere Lawn Mowers provide tremendous value and performance for anyone looking to purchase, upgrade, or replace lawn care essentials.
When necessary, spend some time considering the variant highlights that we've covered and how you may benefit from all these machines have to offer.
As always, thanks for visiting; until next time…