In this post we introduce and review the self-propelled lawn mower by Mowox featuring a Briggs &Stratton engine with Instart technology, no cord to pull, drive assist with rear wheel propulsion and single lever height adjustment, 3-in-1 Discharge and exceptionally high rear wheels for improved handling. Is Mowox the key to unleashing the beast for ultimate Landscaping experience as they claim on their product page? Join us on our quest to find out just what the Mowox MNA152616 Gas Lawn Mower is made of.
This mower one of the initial masterpieces of the ever expanding and amazing Mowox family of products for home improvement and care. The Mowox brand is a full range of gas mowers, battery mowers and handheld power tools for home improvement and maintenance. With a vision to become a world leader in outdoor equipment, the company has recently set their eyes on the US market introducing some top performing lawncare machinery at some incredibly competitive products. The Mowox MNA152616 Gas Lawn Mower is one of the most affordable walk behind self-propelled mowers that you can on the US market with the reliability of B&S engine and an impeccable bodywork.
Just as a quick heads up, we think that the Mowo family of lawn mowers is amazing and offers quality and affordability in one package when it comes to quality everyday lawncare products. From Sourcing to environmental impact, the company though not originally based in the US has shown tremendous effort and care for our way of life. But don’t just take our word for it, here are some real life results we got from testing the Mowox MNA152616 Gas Lawn Mower.
Features of the Mowox MNA152616 Gas Lawn Mower
- 21” cutting deck
- Briggs & Stratton Engine (163cc)
- Rear Drive wheel assist
- In-built washout port
- Single lever height adjustment
- Side discharging
- Instart lithium-ion electric starting engine
- Hassle free ready-start engine
- Hardy mower for tough terrain
The Brigg &Stratton engines in the 675ex and 725ex are made with durability and performance in mind with the top priority given to user experience. Starting on these engines is easier than ever with no choking or priming required for the readystart technology to breath life into your motor. The company has a starting promise where they will fix for free any other engines that does not start in the first two pulls. These engines are designed to deliver more power at 6.75 and 7.25 ft-lbs of gross torque for powering larger lawn mowers and pressure washers.
Briggs & Stratton Exi Series Engines are the first walk-behind mower engines to include Just Check and AddTM technology, which means you’ll never need to change your oil again. EXi Series Engines are redesigned from the bottom up to be lightweight and easy to move, with tool-less access for quick maintenance and the ReadyStart® Starting System that requires no prime or choke—just pull for power. Powerful, long-lasting, simple to operate, and simple to maintain.
The package, by the way, does not include a single-engine. Other engine types were considered, such as a Professional/Commercial series (for medium-duty work), Intek and Power constructed engines, or Standard made engines (for general works). As a result, you’ll have a wide range of power options for the job at hand.
It’s also a piece of cake to install the engine! Furthermore, it is a featherweight product, ensuring excellent portability and adaptability. Furthermore, the engine’s small dynamics enable for trouble-free storage of the product in your garage.
Lawnmower control and performance
Briggs & Stratton is all about power! It’s capable of producing a lot of torque and, as a result, a lot of RPM. This RPM is more than adequate for cutting grass and logs, as well as other tasks like as supplying energy in the event of a power outage.
The 725EXI, unlike other mower engines, features a simple starting mechanism. As a result, starting the engine involves minimal effort. It reduces the pulling effort even more when combined with its huge rewind. Its low-tone muffler is also novel, resulting in a quieter and better-sounding engine.
The model’s power, as previously indicated, is the most important component. The engine in the mower, a Vanguard Overhead Valve (OHV), gives the best performance. As a result, it handles all heavy-duty duties with ease, and its cast-iron sleeved engines give exceptional durability and endurance.
Briggs & Stratton engines power Mowox Gas Mowers, which have a well-deserved reputation for being rugged, durable, and simple to operate and maintain. This coupled with the intricately designed Mowox cutting systems provides the high-quality results that you demand.
The following are some of the great features: The InStart® lithium-ion electric starting engine, which combines gas power with lithium-ion battery starting dependability. To begin, simply press the button.
Easy to start Ready Start® engine. There’s no priming or choke required; simply pull the starting cord for power.
Mowox is the only brand that offers a zero-turn walk-behind mower, allowing you to mow tight corners and manicured areas with greater mobility and flexibility.
With the Mowox brand of lawn mower, you can rest assured that you will be able to accessorize for your mower be it the blade kit or blade holder and other parts and accessories. They are readily available so that you do not have to canibalise from other machines or anything like that. The electric start Lithium battery pack can be replaced in case it becomes faulty due to lying around in unused state.
And all Mowox Mowers are designed to handle the most difficult terrain. You owe it to yourself to learn about the advancements in mowing technology.Unfortunately the company only gives users a mere one year of warranty coverage.
As we draw to an end of this review on the MowoxMNA152616 gas lawn mower, it is prudent to note that it has received some negative reviews with regards to starting up mechanism. Of course, the engine comes with a backup pull mechanism with an entirely independent recoil starter that is sure to work according to Briggs & Stratton promise. Just the same, it is worth mentioning that if you are buying the mower for its electric start feature, this may not be reliable for long.
Yes, synthetic oil may be used in a Briggs & Stratton engine. The friction between the components would be reduced if a synthetic oil was used. As a result, the engine will run smoothly for a longer duration.
Pumping untreated gas out of the engine is always preferable. If this isn’t done on a regular basis, the machine will eventually break down.
Faults in the flywheel or a broken plug are the most prevalent causes of ignition problems.
This is due to two factors. One is that your engine’s oil has begun to burn. Another possibility is that there are issues with the air filter or the gasoline itself.
To clear any debris or obstructions, you’ll need to use a carburetor cleaning.