STIGA Villa 12 Ride On Lawnmower

STIGA Villa 12 Ride On Lawnmower


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STIGA Villa 12 Ride On Lawnmower

 

Enter the world of front cut mowers with this Villa 12. An economical option for smaller gardens it is fitted with a reliable single cylinder Briggs & Stratton engine, easily powerful enough to drive the 85cm or 95cm Multiclip Combi cutter deck options. These decks uniquely offer a choice of Multiclip recycling or rear discharge cutting methods, you can easily switch between the two without having to use any tools.

A comfortable adjustable seat and easily accessible controls takes care of driver comfort and ergonomics. Front wheel drive with five forward gears and reverse allows you to select the correct ground speed for your terrain and the desired quality of cut. 

The front mounted deck and upright driving position provide you with unhindered visibility. You don't run over the grass before it is cut and you can mow into corners and under shrubs very easily. With ten height of cut positions you're sure to achieve that all important lush green finish on your lawn.

All Villas are built on a solid rigid chassis for durability. They have light and very precise rear wheel steering which makes them extremely manoeuvrable. Coupled with Stiga's legendary front mounted Multiclip cutter decks, they offer all round visibility, superb control and a beautiful finish to your lawn. 

 

TECHNICAL DATA

 

Starting Method Key
Engine Brand Briggs & Stratton
Engine Capacity 344cc
Cylinders 1
Net Power Output 7.3kW
Fuel Tank Capacity 3.8 litre
Drive Front Wheel Drive
Transmission 5 Forward & Reverse
Max Speed 9km/hr
Axle Diameter 3/4"
Wheels Front 16" Rear 13"
Steering Link Wire/Wire
Deck Lift Foot Operated
Deck Size 85cm or 95cm
Height of Cut 25-85mm
Electric Cutting Height Adjustments No
Adjustable Seat Yes
Cruise Control N/A
Hour Metre, Lights, Adjustable Steering Wheel N/A
dB 100
Turning circle 319cm
Overall Length / Width 195 x 95cm
Weight 168kg
Lawn Size 0.5 to 1 acre


 

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