Best EGO Lawn Mower Reviews 2024

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We had the pleasure of testing the very first EGO LM2001 battery-powered lawn mower way back in 2014. Since then, they’ve expanded their lineup significantly and stayed at the front of the pack when it comes to competing in the best battery-powered mower game.


While the top of their current lineup of more than a dozen mowers finds its way near the top of the price list (at least for residential models), they also have a couple of value solutions if you’re buying an EGO lawn mower on a tighter budget. Overall, they do a nice job of hitting the entire spectrum of customer needs.

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Best EGO Lawn Mower – Our Top Picks

Without further ado, here are our top picks to help you find the right model for your needs.

Best EGO Riding Lawn Mower

56V Z6 42-Inch Zero Turn Mower with E-Steer

EGO E-Steer

EGO’s next-generation riding lawn mower takes the 42-inch Z6 concept and exchanges the lap bars for a steering wheel. It also shifts the controls from the operator’s right side and puts them on the steering wheel. If the idea of a zero-turn mower sounds appealing but the controls are a bit intimidating, this model is a great way to make the transition.

The kit includes four 12.0Ah batteries that can run the mower long enough to cut up to 2.5 acres. There are six total battery slots, so you can add more packs if you need longer runtime.

Reasons to Buy

  • Easy transition from lawn tractor to ZT models
  • Confident cutting power
  • Excellent cut quality
  • LED headlights
  • Powered by the same 56V batteries that work on the entire 56V platform
  • Comfortable, adjustable set with armrests
  • Corresponding app

Consider Another Model If

  • You want a lawn tractor design (EGO has one!)
  • Price is a determining factor
  • Storage space is an issue

Numbers to Know

  • Deck Material: Steel
  • Deck Size: 42 inches
  • Cutting Height Range: 1.5 – 4.5 inches
  • Max Speed: 8 MPH (forward), 4 MPH (reverse)
  • Recommended Lawn Size: 1/2-acre – 2.5 acres

Price: $5,999.99

Best EGO Self-Propelled Lawn Mower

21-Inch Select Cut XP Mower with Speed IQ

EGO Select Cut XP Speed IQ Self-Propelled Lawn Mower Review

Taking over for the Select Cut XP, EGO’s innovative self-propelled mower is getting a drive update that they’re calling Speed IQ. This technology digitally senses and adapts the mower’s speed to your stride. You don’t have to worry about adjusting knobs or dials, just grab the presence bar and go.

Combining that with the stacked blade system, blade options, and 8.3 ft-lbs of torque from the original Select Cut XP, the LM2167SP will be EGO’s flagship self-propelled lawn mower moving forward.

The kit includes a 12.0Ah battery that EGO tells us will run the mower for up to 90 minutes.


Reasons to Buy

  • Excellent cutting power
  • Three blade options included
  • Best automatic drive speed adjustment we’ve used
  • Includes everything you need to mulch, bag, or discharge
  • Excellent cut quality
  • Handle-mounted screen and controls
  • Vertical storage
  • Single-point height adjustment
  • Easy handle adjustment

Consider Another Model If

  • You’re cutting more than 1/2-acre
  • Price is a determining factor

Numbers to Know

  • Deck Material: poly
  • Deck Size: 21 inches
  • Cutting Height Range: 1.5 – 4.0 inches
  • Drive Speed: 0.9 to 3.1 MPH
  • Recommended Lawn Size: Up to 1/2-acre

Price: $799.99

Best EGO Push Lawn Mower

21-Inch Select Cut Lawn Mower

EGO Select Cut Push

The EGO LM2133 lawn mower keeps the same basic design as its self-propelled cousin, the LM2114, but with two key differences. First and foremost, there’s no propulsion system, so it’s ideal for mowing flat, level ground. Second, the LM2113 features EGO’s dual blade Select Cut system and includes three interchangeable bottom blades. It comes with a mulching blade, high lift bagging blade, and an extended runtime blade.

The kit includes a 5.0Ah battery, and EGO tells us you can expect up to 45 minutes of runtime. With that kind of runtime, it’s ideal for mowing a 1/4-acre lot. If you regularly need to mow much more than that, I’d suggest either picking up an extra battery or consider another self-propelled model from EGO.

Reasons to Buy

  • Very good cutting power with a Turbo mode for thick areas
  • Excellent cut quality
  • Single-point deck height adjustment
  • Highly maneuverable
  • Comfortable handle ergonomics
  • Easy-folding handle for vertical storage

Consider Another Model If

  • You want a self-propelled drive
  • You’re cutting more than 1/3-acre

Numbers to Know

  • Deck Material: Poly
  • Deck Size: 21 inches
  • Cutting Height Range: 1.0 – 4.0 inches
  • Recommended Lawn Size: up to 1/3-acre

Price: $599

Best EGO Lawn Mower For The Money

Finding good value means balancing price, performance, and quality, and that’s what EGO does so well compared to less expensive solutions.

21-Inch Self-Propelled Mower

EGO LM2114SP Self-Propelled Lawn Mower Review

EGO’s LM2114SP is poised to take over as the value leader for the self-propelled line. Shifting to a dual-bar drive engagement system you can operate with either hand, it has the same 6.0 ft-lbs of torque as the Touch Drive model. It may not have all the bells and whistles like the premium models, but it still offers a smooth, confident cut. The kit comes with a 6.0Ah battery that’s capable of 50 minutes of runtime.

Reasons to Buy

  • Very good cutting power with a Turbo mode for thick areas
  • Excellent cut quality
  • Single-point deck height adjustment
  • Comfortable handle ergonomics
  • Easy-folding handle for vertical storage
  • LED headlights for mowing in low-light conditions

Consider Another Model If

  • You’re mowing more than 1/3-acre
  • You need a side discharge function

Numbers to Know

  • Deck Material: Poly
  • Deck Size: 21 inches
  • Cutting Height Range: 1.25 – 4 inches
  • Recommended Lawn Size: 1/4-acre to 1/3-acre

Price: $549.99

Best EGO Lawn Mower – More Models to Consider

If our other picks don’t meet your needs, don’t worry—EGO has plenty to choose from. Here are a few others our team enjoys.

56V 52-Inch Z6 Zero Turn Mower

The team at EGO whet our appetites about a ZT they had in the works a while back. After a successful entry with their 42-inch EGO battery-powered zero turn riding mower, there’s now a 52-inch option for larger lawns.

Price: $6,999

56V 42-Inch T6 Lawn Tractor

The EGO TR4204 lawn tractor features dual brushless and belt-free cutting motors that deliver the equivalent of 21 HP in a gas-powered tractor. It features three blade settings and three drive speeds, plus cruise control. You can also adjust your cutting height in twelve settings between 1.5 inches and 4.5 inches.

Price: $3,999

21-Inch Select Cut XP Self-Propelled Mower with Touch Drive

Stepping down in price, EGO’s LM2125SP stands in the middle of the self-propelled mower lineup. This model uses EGO’s Touch Drive dial system for its self-propelled control and features a solid 6.0 ft-lbs of torque.

Price: $1,099

21-Inch Self-Propelled Mower with Peak Power

This EGO 21-Inch Self-Propelled Mower features two active battery ports, allowing you to combine the power of two batteries to achieve peak performance. That lets you pack up to 24.0Ah of battery capacity on board and hit higher torque. Expect up to 80 minutes of runtime with the kitted 5.0Ah batteries.

Price: $799

20-Inch Push Mower with Steel Deck

If you’re the kind of person that want’s the toughest build, consider the EGO 20-inch steel deck push mower. EGO tells us to expect up to 60 minutes of runtime with the kitted 5.0Ah battery.

Price: $499

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