Choosing Between a Gas or Electric Lawn Mower



Snapper® now offers a variety of both gas and electric lawn mower models. However, choosing the best power option for your needs may not always be so clear. With this how-to article, you will learn the key differences between our gas and battery-powered lawn mowers to assist you in deciding which option is best for you and your lawn.

With the variety of available equipment options, it’s easy to find the gas or electric lawn mower that’s right for you.

Key Factors to Consider

Both gas and electric Snapper lawn mowers can be great additions to your collection of lawn care equipment. Learn about a few key factors to consider, to get you started in determining which power option is best for you. 

  • Red check mark in circle

    Size of Your Lawn

    - Battery is best for small to mid-sized properties (1/2-acre yards or less)

    - Gas is best for mid-sized to large properties (more than 1/2-acre yards)

     

  • Red check mark in circle

    Land Topography

    - Battery performs best on mostly flat, even surfaces

    - Gas will perform better in terms of run time on rough terrain

  • Red check mark in circle

    Desired Features 

    - Battery powered lawn mowers are quiet and require less maintenance

    - Gas mowers are available with Ready Start and other innovations

  • Red check mark in circle

    Size of Your Budget

    - Battery lawn mowers are higher in price upfront but require less maintenance related costs over time

    - Gas lawn mowers are typically lower in price but require regular maintenance costs such as fuel and oil purchases

Gas & Electric Lawn Mowers

We hope this comparison helped you narrow your search for your next lawn mower. Whether its a gas or electric lawn mower, Snapper has you covered. Featuring several different models and features to make your yard work easier we have a mower that's just right for you and your lawn. Get going finding your next mower.

Gas Mowers >    

Electric Mowers >