Top 10 Best Rated Push Mowers 2019


We have put together the best push mowers for 2019 as selected by top reviewers after thorough scrutiny and research.

Also, these push mowers were listed in the post with their features, what we liked, and what we think should have been done better or should be improved upon subsequently.

Note that these mowers in this post were not arranged from the best to the worst or vice versa. Now, let’s take you through the best push mowers as seen below:

1. Snapper XD

This is an electric model push mower and comes in an excellent construction. The Snapper XD SXD21SPWM82K represents the pinnacle of electrical model push mowers.

It has these features:

  • An 82-volt battery
  • Compartment for two batteries
  • An electric model push mower
  • 0Ah Briggs and Stratton motor
  • Price: From $418.96


  • It can work for long with its long-lasting battery
  • Cuts both dense and short grasses
  • It has two batteries pre-installed


  • It is quite expensive
  • Very heavy

2. Troy-Bilt TB330 3-in-1

The design, build as well as the feel of this push mower are all top quality, no wonder it made it to our list of the best push mowers for 2019.

These are some of the features of this product below:

  • A 21-inch steel deck
  • 163cc Briggs and Stratton engine
  • Rear bag and mulch kit
  • Plastic levers
  • It is a gas model powered push mower
  • Price: $282


  • Can cut long or overgrown grasses
  • Works perfectly in wet weather conditions


  • No vertical storage
  • The lever isn’t comfortable,
  • Feels too cheap
  • Prone to wear and tear

3. Husqvarna 190CC 3-in-1

Coming in a comparable price, this push mower has an automatic choke system and can conveniently aid the mowing of level ground or an inconvenient incline.

These are the features of the mower:

  • A22-inch steel deck
  • A 190cc Honda engine
  • All-wheel drive
  • Rear hi-wheels
  • Price: $270


  • It is easy to maneuver
  • It is highly durable when compared to others in the same category


  • It is very heavy
  • Mulching is a bit worse with this mower
  • This push mower is a bit more expensive than others

4. Remington RM410 Pioneer

It is a big 21-inch steel deck with a 159cc overhead valve or OHV engine and all-wheel drive. It has a great reputation for lasting long and performing excellently well in mowing.

These are some of the features of this push mower:

  • A 21-inch steel deck
  • 159cc OHV Remington engine
  • All-wheel drive
  • SureCut blade
  • Price: $291.98


  • Can work well in sloppy and flat terrains
  • It is also cheap in comparison to others in the same category


  • There is no rear hi-wheels

There is also no front and rear-drive power

5. Troy-Bilt TB370

The Troy-Bilt TB370 has same features like theTB330. However, this model has some features which separate it from others such as:

  • The InStep technology
  • A 21-inch steel deck
  • 163cc Briggs and Stratton engine
  • Rear bag and mulch kit
  • Rear hi-wheels
  • Price: $380.85


  • Offers varied speed
  • It can be used on a wet and sloppy terrain without reduction in functions
  • Cuts grasses with ease


  • It is quite expensive
  • This push mower does not have a vertical storage

6. EGO Power++ LM2020SP

The EGO Power++ LM2020SP is a great electric self-propelled mower that comes with an impressive torque in comparison with other lawn mowers.

It has one battery compartment and the batteries can run for one hour which makes it one of the most sought-after push mowers.

These are its features:

  • A 20-inch steel deck
  • EGO 56-volt Arc-Lithium batteries
  • 3-in-1: bag, mulch or discharge
  • Single battery compartment
  • Price: $499.99


  • An impressive torque
  • It is not noisy
  • It is compact and can be stored vertically
  • The battery lasts for an hour
  • Not too heavy


  • One battery compartment
  • Spare parts can be hard to find

7. PowerWorks 60V Brushless

Powerworks is one of the renowned brands in town and the 60V brushless 21-inch push mower is not an exception to the brand’s unique features which include:

  • 21-inch steel deck
  • 3-in-1 design: bag, mulch or discharge
  • Efficient 60-volt brushless motor
  • 5Ah battery provides up to 70 minutes a run
  • Price: $293.15


  • It can run for long – 70 minutes
  • It can run in push mode and thus convenient
  • Easy to store
  • A great design
  • Expensive battery
  • Battery is quite large
  • Self-propelled mode drains battery faster
  • It is noisy

8. Yard Machines 159CC 21-inch

It is one of the best push mowers for you in this list if you’re on a budget. The mower provides a whole lot of stability when used. It has these features:

  • A 21-inch steel deck
  • 159cc OHV engine
  • Mulching and side-discharge
  • Price: $151.98


  • It is an easy machine to turn
  • Lightweight
  • Cheap or inexpensive
  • Well designed
  • Comfortable to use
  • It can cut through tall and wet grass


  • No clippings bag
  • No rear hi-wheels
  • Not ideal for hills
  • It has an impressive performance

9. Greenworks 21-inch 40V RWD

This push mower has a great battery compartment and little wonder it is among the best push mowers you can find around.

Just take a look at its features:

  • A 21-inch steel deck
  • 40-volt 5.0Ah lithium-ion battery
  • Dual battery storage
  • 3-in-1 discharge
  • A smart Cut Load sensing technology
  • A brushless motor
  • Price: $379.99


  • A better performance
  • Mulching is easier
  • Great battery setup
  • It is inexpensive
  • Lasts longer
  • More consistent and durable


  • The battery is a bit hard to remove
  • You might have issues with it if you’re dealing with tall grasses

10. Mowox 18-inch 40-Volt RWD

Coming at a cheaper rate than most push mowers in this list, the Mowox is built with steel, has a smaller deck size with a unique design that ensures stability and ease of maneuvering.

It possesses these features:

  • A special 18-inch deck design
  • Samsung battery and charger
  • Built with steel
  • Rear clippings bag
  • Price: From $349.99


  • Great design and stability
  • Easy to maneuver
  • It is cheap
  • Very small in size when compared with others on this list


  • It is quite noisy
  • There is only a one-battery compartment
  • Not the ideal mower if you are dealing with tall grasses
  • Also, you may have issues using it on inclines and some sloppy terrain