HUSQVARNA RZ3016

The RZ3016 raises the bar on compact size, without compromising performance. From the rugged steel tube frame, maintenance free drive system and high performance cutting deck, to the simplified controls and smooth operation, this unit offers outstanding value to the RZ family.

Briggs & Stratton, Endurance Series, 16.5 hp, 30 inch

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$ 2,349.95

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price*

Features for RZ3016

  • Individual, hydraulic wheel-drive provides very precise maneuvering and allows the mower to rotate around its own axis, without any turning radius.

  • Briggs & Stratton engines offer durability, dependable starting and the power you need to get the job done.

  • Air is drawn from the top and bottom of the deck, improving grass lift and delivering a superior cut.

  • Worry free performance with maintenance free, integrated zero-turn transmissions.

  • The robust frame and casters ensure durability and reduced chassis flex.

  • Compact design takes up almost the same room in a garage as a typical 21'' mower. (30'' shown)

  • Removable foot pan for easy access to deck belt pulleys, spindles and clean-up.

  • Ergonomic driver’s position with excellent overview of working area. All controls within easy access of operator.

More features

  • Ready Start equipped
  • Convenient Control Panel

Product reviews for RZ3016

HUSQVARNA RZ3016 4.2 5 40 40
Hard worker I have a small lawn business and bought this so I could get threw gates and around flower beds. I do 6 yards every weekend with great results. I have had it 4 or 5 years and all I have done is change the oil and add gas. Though it doesnt mulch to well considering it has only one, huge blade. May 7, 2013
Remove battery problem This mower is a great product. However, I ran into a problem when I tried to prepare it for winter storage. There is no way to remove the battery since the opening is not large enough. I would like to hear from Husqvarna how "actually" remove the battery. Following instructions from the manual won't work. April 15, 2013
Nice mower save bad start The mower is nice but the 2nd time I used it the pulley bearings froze and the pulley was melted and the belt was damaged. Abate-a-weed took care of the problem but after the pulley was replaced the belt came off. I replaced the belt and have used the mower several times since without anymore problems. See photos October 24, 2012
It's okay It works really well but we only had it about two weeks and the fan belt broke but it turns in the dime rides really good and we do recommend it to somebody else but make sure you keep a couple if hundred dollars to the side just in case you have some problems and get warranty and insurance it helps out October 8, 2012
Briggs and stratton motors I bought this lawn mower because I had high respect for Husquana products,but the worsething I did was to buy one with a Briggs and Stratton motor . I mowed my lawn 3 times and the cam in the motor had to be replaced, that took a month to get the parts. Now I have a 2 month old mower with a rebuilt motor. You should have put a new motor on it. September 11, 2012
Just right for me Been using a lawn tractor for a few years now to cut the 3/4 acre lawn at our lake house. This zero turn mower cut my mowing time considerably leaving more time for recreational activities. The RZ3016 runs great, handles well and fits into our shed. I think I've been spoiled. August 14, 2012
Perfect tool for residential and small lots..... This little zero turn mower has made my life so much better... What took me over and hour now takes me 15 minutes and looks much better. The mower starts up perfect. Responds great. I am very pleased and thank the Husqvarna company for designing the RZ3016. I highly recommend this mower for the homeowner that has a large yard...... August 4, 2012
Nice, but one huge flaw cannot be overlooked This mower is good for folks with smaller lawns, narrow gates, or limited shed/garage storage space. It is rugged: the huge front tires and stout caster assembly are usually seen only on larger or commercial-grade mowers. The deck is solid. It's easy to add fuel and oil. Changing oil was hard, as the images in the owner's manual were inaccurate. Eventually we were able to figure out to drain the oil, and future oil changes won't be as difficult. I can live with this shortcoming, but I cannot live with the blade engagement handle. It is small, and moronically designed. By contrast, the deck height lever is long, large, and parallel to the long axis of the mower, making it super easy to use. The blade engagement lever is small, at a right angle to the long axis of the mower, and extremely difficult to operate. You risk skinned knuckles whenever you use it. I bought this for my elderly parents to use, but since neither my Mom nor Dad can operate this lever, this mower is all-but useless for them. If this one MAJOR design flaw did not exist, I would give this 4 stars, maybe even 5. July 31, 2012
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