Honda IZY HRG 416 PK petrol lawnmower £295 @ Honda Garden (Lings Honda)
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Honda IZY HRG 416 PK petrol lawnmower £295 @ Honda Garden (Lings Honda)

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Found 18th Apr 2014
If you are thinking of a new lawnmower this spring, you cannot beat a Honda IMO - it pays in the long run to spend a little extra on a quality piece of kit. I have just bought this Honda Izy HRG 416 PK (new model for 2014) which has a 160cc petrol motor. This is one fantastic mower and has done a great job on the lawn!

This machine usually retails at £380, but this offer is £295 (with free delivery.) Honda are apparently also offering an extra £50 cash-back on Izy mowers, but this is for in-store (not online) purchases, but if you live in the East of England, there is probably potential of organising a deal over the phone...... so potentially only £245!!!

The vendor is a Honda main dealer (Lings Honda) so your mower will get the full pre-delivery inspection and 3 year warranty.

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Whilst reliable Honda mowers are useless on damp grass.
When I worked for parks at Carmarthenshire
County council we scrapped our fleet of Honda
Mowers due to this fact. My personal recommendation
Would be etesia at the top of the price range or john Deere r40 at low end price range granted more expensive
But do the job and will last a lifetime if treated with
Care

I have an izy and have done 4+ years and would have no hesitation with recommending one

Great company to deal with, I got my Honda Mower from them about 3 years ago, great service and they were cheaper than my local Honda Mower Dealer just 4 miles away.

I have never had any problems with my Honda Mower, it starts first time every time.

No problems with damp grass cutting either..(_;)

16" and not self propelled = cold!

mowers-online.co.uk/Law…d53 For a few pounds more I personally would go for this. As there motto states
Nothing runs like a Deere. Deere are used by most
Local authority grass crews so are well up to the job.

have a mountfield (briggs & stratton), bought from b&q over 15 years ago. £125 and it's still going strong and it's left out in all elements under a sheet.

I had an old Honda Izy which did 10 trouble free years. With this in mind I bought another one 2 years ago. It is the worst piece of junk I have ever had the misfortune to own. Self propelled--I assumed it meant itself, not me!! It won't pull the skin off a rice pudding. Easy start--- sometimes fine, sometimes not at all. It's noisy, unreliable, and everything I don't expect from a Honda. The final straw is fuel coming out of the air filter!! I'm now having to buy another mower. Don't under any circumstances buy the new Izy.

forcephil

have a mountfield (briggs & stratton), bought from b&q over 15 years ago. … have a mountfield (briggs & stratton), bought from b&q over 15 years ago. £125 and it's still going strong and it's left out in all elements under a sheet.



pile of **** didn't last 18 months. you must have a small garden, probably only reason its lasted that long.

christrant

I had an old Honda Izy which did 10 trouble free years. With this in … I had an old Honda Izy which did 10 trouble free years. With this in mind I bought another one 2 years ago. It is the worst piece of junk I have ever had the misfortune to own. Self propelled--I assumed it meant itself, not me!! It won't pull the skin off a rice pudding. Easy start--- sometimes fine, sometimes not at all. It's noisy, unreliable, and everything I don't expect from a Honda. The final straw is fuel coming out of the air filter!! I'm now having to buy another mower. Don't under any circumstances buy the new Izy.



lmao is this comment from you welsh?

^^ nice assumption

Could you let me know If this has a rubber flap which give the effect of stripes?

Me too I've had this for 5 years and never let me down. Starts 1st time after every winter. Payed £200 as ex display but its been perfect, would recommend.

Hot. I've had my Honda Izy for years, it's fantastic.

It does struggle with wet grass (also struggles with thick moss), but I've yet to see a mower that doesn't. As far as I'm aware, the Etesia is mega bucks so that's an unfair comparison, the John Deere R40 is in this price range but as I say, I have no experience of seeing it in action on wet grass. Be interesting to see/hear reviews.

I have had my Honda Izy mower for 7 year. No Maintenance and still starts first time.

Not sure what the "useless on damp grass comment is all about"? Mine cuts damp/wet grass just fine in my opinion.


Edited by: "alexandercooper" 4th May 2014

Carmarthenshire County Council cuts grass when it's pi**ing with rain. Damp would be an understatement.

All 4 stroke mowers struggle with long wet grass, but just raise the cut, go slower and wedge the grass dispersal flap open abit with a stick Victa 2 stroke mowers were awesome, just revved like mad through anything and were light as a feather, sadly E.U regulations have pretty much killed off 2 stroke mowers (and scooters for that matter).

christrant

I had an old Honda Izy which did 10 trouble free years. With this in … I had an old Honda Izy which did 10 trouble free years. With this in mind I bought another one 2 years ago. It is the worst piece of junk I have ever had the misfortune to own. Self propelled--I assumed it meant itself, not me!! It won't pull the skin off a rice pudding. Easy start--- sometimes fine, sometimes not at all. It's noisy, unreliable, and everything I don't expect from a Honda. The final straw is fuel coming out of the air filter!! I'm now having to buy another mower. Don't under any circumstances buy the new Izy.



I've just sold mine and bought a Husqvarna with a Briggs & Stratton engine.
The Honda engines are indeed a pile of junk, the carb jet blocks very easily sometimes several times a season, and the reports on line of other major faults with the engines are depressingly regular.
Mine had a new deck and within 5 year it had rust through, despite it being stored indoors.
IMO Honda are not good quality any longer, and you are merely paying for a name. Save yourself some money and heartache, buy a different brand either better or worse but not Honda !

Banned

do you guys cut grass as a hobby ?

Bought a Viking series 4 yesterday - absolutely superb. £335 so not cheap though.

I bought one of these in 2002 for £165. It has been fine. Once it got clogged up when I ran it with some old petrol. After a few months, the volatile fractions evaporate, and you're left with something more like vaseline. If you have old petrol in the tank, then adding little bit of fresh petrol will help to keep the engine running cleanly. I haven't had any problems since then.

thabiz

All 4 stroke mowers struggle with long wet grass, but just raise the cut, … All 4 stroke mowers struggle with long wet grass, but just raise the cut, go slower and wedge the grass dispersal flap open abit with a stick Victa 2 stroke mowers were awesome, just revved like mad through anything and were light as a feather, sadly E.U regulations have pretty much killed off 2 stroke mowers (and scooters for that matter).

I've got a Victa 2 stroke and agree that it can easily handle long grass and moss. The only problem is fuel consumption - it costs a fortune to run. I'm putting it up for sale.

mooruk

Bought a Viking series 4 yesterday - absolutely superb. £335 so not cheap … Bought a Viking series 4 yesterday - absolutely superb. £335 so not cheap though.



mooruk,

What is the model no? And where did you buy from?

thanks.

huangxq2

mooruk,What is the model no? And where did you buy from?thanks.


Hi, got it from Charlies in Shrewsbury (you can only buy it from designated retailers as they have to assemble it and demo it for you.)
It is the MB 443T

Still really, really pleased with it. Used to take close to 2 hours to mow the lawn, now easily less than 1 hour.
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