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Toro 20371
 
Approximate retail price:
$299.00
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Summary: This Toro 22-inch, self-propelled mower has single-speed, front-wheel drive. It has a premium engine and high rear wheels.
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Type: Gas single speed self-propelled mower
About - Toro 20371

The Toro 20371 is part of the lawn mower & tractor test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, self propelled mower models like the 20371 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.


Mulching:
Reflects a combination of evenness, which is how close the mowers came to even, carpet-like mowing, and how completely the mower distributed its clippings over the lawn's surface.

Bagging:
Denotes a combination of evenness, which is how close the mowers came to even, carpet-like mowing, and how much clippings the bag held before it filled or the chute clogged.

Side discharging:
A combination of evenness, which is how close the mowers came to even, carpet-like mowing, and how evenly clippings were dispersed from the side-discharge chute.
About This Brand

Toro makes and markets lawn mowers and zero-turn riders under the Toro and Lawn Boy names. The Toro and Lawn Boy brands are considered premium. Most Toro and Lawn Boy lawn mowers are self-propelled, fully featured, and have Briggs & Stratton and Honda engines. Some models in the line comply with California emissions. Toro and Lawn Boy mowers are sold through dealers and at Home Depot. Toro also markets a line of lawn tractors made by MTD.

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Features & Specs - Toro 20371
info Forward speeds 1
info Drive wheels front
info Deck size (in.) 22
info Engine size 149
info Engine manufacturer Kohler
info Electric start No
info Blade brake clutch No
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User Reviews - Toro 20371
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1.0
Mower won' start after 3 months
9/12/2013
Pros
Adjustable Cut-Lengths
Cons
After A Couple Of Uses Go
Best Uses
Large Lawns
Comment:
After a couple of uses got hard to start Now after 3 Months won't start at all.
How long have you owned it:
One-to-three months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
 
1.0
Toro 20371 mower has not met expectation
7/12/2013
Pros
Automatic Choke
Easy start
Cons
front wheel drive
Poorly Design Grass Catch
Small Grass Catcher
Best Uses
Comment:
This is my first Toro and its first season of mowing. It does start easily and I like the automatic choke. Unfortunately there are a few things that I don't like… Such as the small grass-catcher, clippings that are thrown thru the top of the catcher and land on my arms and chest. By far the most disappointing feature is the front-wheel-drive… The front wheels do a lot of free-wheel-spinning. The mower seems very unbalanced. To get the front wheels to engage I find it necessary to pull up the handle-bar to shift the weight forward… While holding down the starter-bar and pulling up on the drive-bar, and maneuvering for turns… It's quite the balancing act! Usually my arms get tired of pulling up on the hand-bar to engage the front wheels… I then find I'm pushing harder and notice the front wheels are spinning again.
How long have you owned it:
One-to-three months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
 
5.0
Mower is great
6/9/2013
Pros
Adjustable Cut-Lengths
Easy to Push & Steer
Cons
Best Uses
Large Lawns
Comment:
The mower is really great. Live in rural area with alot of uneven ground. This mower has no problem with uneven gound an does a great cut for the price of it.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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