HUSQVARNA HU800AWD

The Husqvarna HU800AWD features All Wheel Drive which provides users with balance and power to all four wheels in hilly, uneven terrain and other tough mowing conditions. This rugged mower features a 22" heavy-duty steel deck and a powerful 190cc Honda engine. The AWD mower features a 3-in-1 cutting system allowing it to bag, mulch and side discharge, as well as a side bumper that doubles as a grass rake to pull in the grass for a clean trim. Also, it is equipped with a premium quick pin 4 point adjustment for level cutting height and a water hose connector for easy cleaning of the deck. With a premium comfort grip control bail and variable drive speed the operator is able to mow more comfortably and adjust the mowing speed according to the needs and condition of the lawn. Premium wheels with new rugged tread tires provide excellent traction without tearing the grass.

Honda, GCV190, 22 inch

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Product reviews for HU800AWD

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Had the mower for two months And so far so good...my yard is not big enough for a riding mower and I have a few obstacles and a definite sloped backyard. Previously, I had a smaller cc mower with front wheel drive that only lasted a few years...it definitely labored on the slope and finally died. This mower has no problem with the sloped backyard, i.e., the power is great. With the obstacles, it was a trade-off, but my 13 year old daughter needs the exercise. A little maneuvering and turning the mower is fine. I would say my only wish list item would be side powered wheels, which would be great for turning. June 3, 2014
Best Great mower. I now have two of them, one on each property . Great cut and will go though my tick yard with ease. June 1, 2014
My Husqvarna AWD mower Mine is actually an HU775AWD model, this machine is exemplary in every aspect, it starts easily, handles well and has a full, variable speed self-propulsion system that takes the drudge out of grass cutting. I would recommend this quality product to anyone. June 1, 2014
terrible mulching mower Honda engine runs great. The all wheel drive works great. If you want to mulch grass, this mower is terrible-worst I have ever seen. There is no mulch plate, so the grass collects at back of mower and leaves a trail of grass behind it. Terrible design, and side discharge just as bad. If they wanted to compete with Honda mowers, they should have used more than just the engine. May 29, 2014
Poor Mulching I figured I would spend a few extra bucks for this mower. I'm very disapointed with it's perfomance so far. When I mulch with this machine it's leave alot of gras behind. I cut the grass every 2-3 days its not very high and it leaves alot of grass behind. After I mow I have to go over several area again to mulch more. Somtimes I even go back with the blower. It seems that the grass is getting stck at the back of the machine. Then I guess it is getting filled up and causing alot of the issue. May 27, 2014
Blade broke off after 2 months I bought this mower with very high hopes. For the first couple of weeks it worked great, I was bragging about it to everyone. Then one day, I pulled to start it and nothing happened, I pulled again and it started up but made a noise. I had headphones in so I did not immediately realize that the blade had fallen off, with half of the bolt still inside the blade connector. I brought it back to lowes where I purchased it and was told that the store warranty did not cover this. I managed to get the half bolt out, put another one in to hold the blade and thought I had the solution but apparently the whole blade connector is stripped. May 24, 2014
Engine Issues I bought this mower in October of 2013 after extensive research. I chose it over a rear propel Honda with the same engine. It came with a corn syrup type engine protectant that I drained (tough to do on this model as you must tip it to the side to drain. Although others are like this, I find it a poor design). I then added the proper SAE30 oil and mowed my new lawn with it. It left clumps everywhere when I mulched. Annoying, but I knew that coming in. The engine was quiet and powerful. I was happy. After the one and only mow it ever did I drained the gas, and ran the engine carburator dry (AS THE MANUAL STATES). Fast forward to May 2014. Essentially new mower. Will not start. Stalls out after 2-3 seconds of run time. I paid almost $500 for a one time use mower. My Husky dealer wants no part of it and says the issue is fuel related. Weird, since there was no fuel in it over the winter. Oil level is correct. Done all troubleshooting on page 19 in manual. Frustrated beyond belief. I cannot recommend. May 22, 2014
Good cut I purchased the HU800AWD mower to replace an 8 year old Troy Bilt push mower that was no longer running well. I had narrowed my choice to this mower and a Honda brand push mower and decided to give Husqvarna a try. The first thing I noticed when I began to use this mower was that it caught me a little off guard with the speed of self propel feature. I thought it moved too fast (I had not used a self propel mower in about 16 years). I've since gotten used to it's speed and it works well for my wife and I. The other pros are a good cut, a smooth running motor that has plenty of power, a washout port that helps clean the underside of the deck and how easy it is to adjust the deck height. The cons are the difficulty I have changing the oil since it pours out the same spot you put it in. Another con is that on occasion the mower can leave small clumps of grass that for whatever reason do not get mulched or discharged properly. I could be wrong, but I think that the grass accumulates on the inside of the rear discharge bagging shoot and when enough builds up it just falls on the ground. Another issue that I've noticed is that despite the ease of desk adjustment, the plastic grip on the spring can easily be broken. I had to return the first unit since this plastic grip was broke when I opened the box. Other thoughts on this mower: it is heavy, however the self propel feature remedies this. I only use non ethanol fuel on all of my yard equipment, I think ethanol ruined my last mower's performance over time. To me it is worth the extra 20 to 30 cents a gallon for non ethanol fuel to avoid damaging yard equipment. Also save yourself a headache and drain the fuel at the end of the season and run it dry. Fuel stabilizers have their use but don't try to keep the fuel in your mowers tank over winter. May 15, 2014
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