This mower is Awesome!!!
I got this zero turn mower to replace a 38 inch deck yard machine that died after 5 years. I shopped around and ultimately decided on this model of zero turn mower HUSQVARNA RZ4621. I also purchased the bagger attachement for it. The only negative thing about it the whole package is the bagger attachment and only because for the 46 inch deck you can only get a two bin bagger. All in all I really like it since I use it on my acre of land and it makes mowing so much faster than with the 38 inch none zero turn.
May 6, 2013
I find this mower to be the roughest riding mower I have ever owned and at age 73 I have owned a few, although I have never owned a zero turn. Husqvarna offers no options, that I can find, to help with this problem and that all products (Mechanical seat suspension kits) that I have been able to locate, will not fit this machine. I feel that Husqvarna has to know of the roughness of this mower and should offer options to compensate for the ride. I am very dissatisfied with this product and disappointed in Husqvarna.
August 22, 2012
Have had nothing but problems with this mower.
1. As stated in several reviews already, have had a constant problem with the mower belt and spring coiming off. Have tightened the spring all the way in order to tighten the belt in order to keep it from coming off.
2. The second time I used my mower, the bracket that holds the drive arm to the drive broke. Once I brought into the dealership for the warranty work, they told me that one of the drives wasn't working anymore and had to be changed out.
3. The third time I mowed after getting the mower back, the belt began slipping and then broke. Had to drop the deck and found that 2 of the pulleys were very loose and wobbling.
4. Now after on 10 hours on the mower, the drive belt has broken. Have to bring it to the dealership to have a new one put on.
This is absolutely too many problems for a nearly $3000 mower.
July 29, 2012
A few problems
The tension spring comes off almost every time it is mowed. The dealer states that its because we're mowing too low, however, we have used all settings without success. I start to mow, the spring comes off along with the belt coming off of the pulleys. I am not strong enough to put it back on , so I have to wait until my son gets off of work to fix it. This is nonsense to put up with 1-2 times per week. Any suggestions?
I feel like I paid too much for something that has to be fixed every week.
I love the zero turn and maneuverability when it's working.
July 27, 2012
So Far So Good
Very maneuverable. I mow a big yard and have been doing so with John Deere 345 with power steering. The zero turn feature makes the power steering look obsolete. Haven't used it a lot but seems rugged. Everyone should practice in a clear area without obstructions. It is so maneuverable you might trim your wife's flowers if you haven't. Like I say So Far So Good. I like it!
July 5, 2012
6 hours 3 weeks
Have 6 hours on it and now the engine is gone cuts good waiting to see how long it takes for the warranty to fix it so i can get it back. Not good for 3 weeks old and have 6 hours on it
June 12, 2012
good to go
The only thing i would change about this mower is the cutting height. even at the highest setting, it doesn't cut that high. Yes, i did manually adjust the deck with the nuts on either side and in the front to go as high as possible.
I did have one electrical issue that was covered by warranty.
overall, a great mower and a great value.
June 4, 2012
Fast and efficent
grass cutting is now fun, the work has been removed with the new zero=turn Husqvarna mower, I enjoy the morning grass cutting in my yard. I Would love to have this product 45 years ago.
May 17, 2012