Recently traded in this Stiga Park Compact HST, and benefits from a main dealer full service including transmission oil change, engine oil change, new NGK spark plug fitted, new air and pre filters fitted, new fuel filter fitted, fuel tank drained, flushed out and refilled with Aspen 4 fuel. Tyre pressures set, pivot points greased, battery charged, transmission belt and tensioner checked, and the belts have been checked. Immaculately presented. The machine has been upgraded to accommodate the brand new Combi 95 Q Plus cutting deck (mulching or rear discharge) and had a deck height of cut switch wired in to feed the height actuator on the deck. This is an update supplied from Stiga to replace the old decks with new one’s. No need to leave the seat to adjust the cutting height, it’s all done by one switch on the steering console. Fitted with a single cylinder Briggs and Stratton 13.5HP engine. Fully serviced, brand new Combi 95cm cutting deck fitted, Hydrostatic transmission, 2WD, only £2999.00 inc VAT. Can be delivered locally for free. Please ask for a quote if you are further a field.
This compact and exceptionally manoeuvrable ride-on mower from boundary-pushing Swedish brand Stiga is the perfect introduction to the world of articulated steering and out-front decks. Forward-mounted cutter-decks have many advantages over conventional mid-positioned ones. Firstly, you’ve got a clearer view of the cutting-path, so it’s possible to mow with a great deal more precision; secondly, the grass isn’t flattened prior to cutting, so the finish is more consistent; and thirdly you’ll be able to operate under benches and low-hanging trees – areas that would otherwise require follow-up work with a strimmer. The deck itself is a combi-type that lets you choose between rear-discharging or mulching cut grass, with the former great for rough, unkempt areas; and the latter ideal for the classic, ‘Wimbledon’-style British lawn. The Stiga Park Compact 14 HST Ride-On Lawnmower has been fitted with a high-spec 344cc Briggs & Stratton engine with AVS for enhanced driver-comfort and less wear and tear; and an overhead-valve for an improvement in fuel-economy and a reduction in sound-output and polluting exhaust gases. Combining genuine articulated steering with a smooth, clutch-free hydrostatic transmission that provides infinitely-variable speed-adjustment, the Stiga Park Compact 14 HST excels at obstacle negotiation. It has a ten-stage height-of-cut (25 – 85mm), so there’s a blade setting for whatever grass-conditions you’re confronted with; and foot-operated deck-lift, which means you won’t have to dismount to make the necessary adjustments. Electric key start does away with the hassle often experienced with pull-type recoil starters; while a roomy six-litre fuel-tank helps to improve productivity by keeping the frequency of emptying-stops to a minimum.