Stiga have a petrol lawnmower to suit every garden, from our dedicated mulching Multiclip machines with prices starting from just over £225, our great value Combi models that mulch and collect, up to our premium performance Turbo and Excel models with powerful Briggs & Stratton and Honda engines, large cutter decks and a host of features to help you efficiently maintain larger areas of grass. You don’t need to rake up the clippings or empty a collector, which means you can cut the grass about 30% faster compared to a collecting mower.
The Stiga Multiclip 47 Blue hand-propelled mulching lawnmower is powered by the Stiga RS100 OHV 100cc engine and has a robust steel chassis with a powder coated finish and ball bearing wheels for smoother running.
Mulching is the easiest way to cut your grass and the innovative blade and deck design also makes the lawnmower quieter.
The Stiga Multiclip system cuts and recuts the grass into tiny pieces that simply wilt away, returning valuable nutrients to the soil to encourage beautiful green growth
The Combi 50SQB is a versatile premium self-propelled lawnmower with a 150cc Briggs & Stratton 625E Series ReadyStart start engine and a robust steel body with a powder coated paint finish for longevity.
You can collect clippings into the 70 litre grass collector, or if the grass is longer remove the collector and rear discharge. You can simply insert the mulching plug and drive in Multiclip mode or insert the mulching plug and remove the deck guard for side discharge.
Easily operated by a single lever, the 48cm/19" deck has a choice of 5 cutting height positions ranging from 25 to 65mm and will produce a great finish on your lawn whatever the conditions.
The Stiga Combi 1066 HQ is an ideal ride-on mower for smaller areas. It is powered by a 223cc Briggs & Stratton 950 Series ES electric key start engine and has a hydrostatic transmission, so it is as easy to drive as an automatic car. Simply press the front pedal to move forward, the more pressure you apply the faster your speed. To reverse, press the rear section of the pedal. You have ulitmate control, even when manoeuvring in and out of tight spots.
The 66cm working width cutter deck features a safety brake and has 6 heights of cut from 30mm-80mm. You can choose between side-discharge, collection and mulching. When collecting; clippings are discharged cleanly and efficiently into a rear-mounted 150 litre capacity collector, which can be emptied from the driving seat.
The Estate 3084H is a high specification garden tractor, with an 84cm cutting width, suitable for lawns of up to 2 acres. It is easy to use, with light steering and a tight turning circle, making it agile to manoeuvre around trees, borders and garden furniture, with minimum effort.
All Stiga garden tractors cut wider than the wheel width, which means there is little trimming left to do after the lawns have been mown. Grass cuttings are blown from the twin-bladed cutter deck into a large capacity rear mounted collector. An alarm sounds to let the driver know when the collector is full, which is a valuable feature; there is nothing worse than overfilling the collector and then having to unblock the discharge chute by hand – at least you know when the collector is full on a Stiga!
The Estate 3084H also features an adjustable seat, for added comfort. Engaging the cutter deck couldn’t be easier; you just have to pull the control switch for “On” and push it for “Off”. It has seven preset cutting heights, ranging from 25mm to 80mm, selected by using the lever located conveniently at the side of the seat.
The Park 120 2WD is fitted with a Stiga WM 7250 series engine with a displacement of 414cc producing a power output of 7.1kW @ 3200rpm.
Thanks to the compact and swift design of the Park 120 you can get around the trickiest corners, reach the narrowest of spaces and manoeuvre around the tightest of spots in the garden, and the super flat cutting deck gives full view and good access under bushes and hedges. And the hydrostatic transmission makes it easy to control speed efficiently by adjusting pedal pressure to the desired level without operating levers or changing gear.
This machine is sold with the revolutionary 85cm Quick Flip (QF) cutting deck, that allows you to access the cutting deck in just one move for easier cleaning and maintenance with minimal effort - pull the knob, flip the deck and you’re done
If fuel economy is a priority, or if you have diesel readily available, then a Park 520 DP could be the ideal machine for you. It is powered by a single cylinder Hatz diesel engine which has a fuel consumption even Scrooge would have envied!
All Stiga Parks, from the very first machine built in 1974, are designed with functionality, reliability, comfort, quality and care for the environment in mind. This Park 520 DP is no exception, from the servo assisted articulated steering and hydrostatic transmission to the comfortable, adjustable seat, adjustable steering wheel and ergonomic controls you have quality, comfort and economy built in.