Snapper NXT Riding Mowers-with Dashboard


Snapper NXT Riding Mower

BMW Designworks and Snapper have collaborated to create a new mower line called the Snapper NXT. The new NXT ($2,599-$2,999 for the riding versions) manages to combine functionality and ruggedness, and are equipped with unique car-like features like push-button start and a fully featured dashboard, which gauges the integrity of the engine and performance.

Snapper NXT Riding Mower 2

One touch push button start, a car-like digital instrument console, electronically controlled cutting deck height, REACT Drive Control System that matches rotation of the cutting deck’s 3 blades to the mower’s moving speed, LED headlights, vibration absorbing polyurethane mesh suspension seat, drink-holder, cell phone charger, and hood-top air flow round out this super slick line.  Kind of sounds like they modeled after a car, right.  That’s exactly what they did.

Snapper NXT Riding Mower 3

The Snapper NXT is powered by a fuel-efficient Briggs & Stratton Professional Series engine in (23 hp or 27 hp) and available with a 46″ or 52″ cutting deck.  There is also a walk mower version.  Look for my full review of the walking NXT in a few days.


Published on April 21, 2010

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