Husqvarna Lawn Xpert Mower Gives Homeowners More Cutting Power And Runtime
Husqvarna is expanding its battery-powered walk-behind lineup with the addition of a new 40V mower. The Husqvarna Lawn Xpert Mower aims to improve upon the brand’s electric lawn mower formula with some performance and design upgrades. We’re looking at what it brings to the table for homeowners with small to mid-size lawns.
Husqvarna Lawn Xpert Mower Performance
- Model: Husqvarna LE-322R
- Covers yards up to 1/2 an acre
- Up to 75 minutes of runtime per charge
- 21-inch cutting width
- Active cooling system for consistent power and longer battery life
- Brushless motor
- Walking speeds up to 4 MPH
This lawn mower uses a brushless motor to power through thick grass up to 30% easier than others in its class. It has a 21-inch cutting width that’s ideal for homeowners with lawns 1/4 acre to 1/2 acre in size. On a single charge, you can expect to get up to 75 minutes of runtime.
The LE-322R mower also features a self-propelled design and you can set your walking speed up to 4 MPH, which is on the high end of average.
Additionally, an active cooling system keeps your motor running cool, which helps provide consistent power and longer battery life.
Husqvarna Lawn Xpert Mower Design
- Weight: 80 pounds
- Multiple cutting modes
- Handles fold inward for compact storage
- LED headlights
- 8-inch front wheels
- 10-inch rear wheels
- 7 cutting positions from 1.5 inches to 4.5 inches
This Husqvarna mower has a lightweight design, at 80 pounds bare. It features three cutting modes, auto-sensing, mulching, and boost mode, which you can toggle via a button on the control panel.
You have cutting heights from 1.5 inches to 4.5 inches, with 7 positions in between. 8-inch front wheels and 10-inch rear wheels also help you traverse over most terrains, and LED headlights make it easier to mow in low-light conditions.
When you’re done mowing for the day, the handles fold in for compact or vertical storage.
Husqvarna Lawn Xpert Mower Price
This mower retails for $599 as a bare tool and $849 as a kit, including 2 40V batteries and a charger. Husqvarna backs your purchase with a 3-year warranty.
Does anyone have information on where this mower is made? Also, is this mower dual or single-blade? Does it matter?