The Husqvarna 967324101 is a zero-turn riding mower with a 54-inch cutting deck, a Briggs & Stratton 24 HP V-Twin Endurance engine, a Dual Hydro-Gear EZT transmission, an electric clutch that easily engages the blades and a durable frame with LED headlights and an automatic park brake system. While many of Husqvarna products are hit-or-miss, I thought that this model looked interesting enough for me to want to review it. So without further adieu, let’s get this thing unpacked and get on with this zero-turn mower review.
Once you get it out of the crate, it only requires a few parts to be assembled and its ready to go. Before long, I had this zero-turn mower all set up and ready to go. I then immediately put it to work on my property. One of the first things I noticed when I fired this zero-turn up was that it was quite noisy. In fact, it kind of startled me at first because modern riding mowers aren’t as loud as they used to be, except for this one apparently. However, once I started mowing using it, I did notice that it ran fairly smoothly and I soon began to ignore the noise of the engine.
As I was mowing, I noticed several other things about this mower. One, it has a pretty powerful engine that seems determined to go through anything set before it. I cut grass and a little bit of brush and this mower had no problems with either one. I also noticed that it didn’t do too bad on several of my hills. Of course, no zero-turn is really good on hills and you should never use one of the mowers on a hill with a 15-degree or higher slope, but anything under that and it should be fine. At least, it was with this mower.
I really liked this mower’s LED headlights and its anti-slip foot area as well. This mower was easy to get on and off of and I had no problems steering it. Everything felt very intuitive and seems located right at your fingertips. One thing I really didn’t like was that it didn’t have a fuel gauge—which is an obvious design flaw. Being able to keep an eye on the fuel level is something that I consider very necessary. Especially when you have a lot of acres to mow.
Overall, I would say this is a great mower with a lot of power, a great turn radius and is pretty easy to use. While I don’t like the fact it didn’t have a fuel gauge and the engine was kind of noisy, it seems to be well constructed and designed. I would have to say that it’s a pretty good zero-turn mower.
I would say this is a great mower with a lot of power, a great turn radius and is pretty easy to use. While I don't like the fact it didn't have a fuel gauge and the engine was kind of noisy, it seems to be well constructed and designed.
- Powerful engine
- Good turn radius
- Cuts well
- Easy to use
- Engine is noisy
- No Fuel gauge
- Not for hills that have a 15-degree or higher slope