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Husqvarna Lawn Mower LC 253 S Self Propelled

€600,00

Self-propelled and easy-to-use, high-quality lawnmower suitable for medium-sized gardens.

Durable, corrosion-resistant composite chassis and plastic wheels for reducing weight. Powerful and reliable engine for increased performance and less maintenance.

Husqvarna LC 253S features ergonomic and easy foldable handlebar, convenient bail removal and easy-adjust cutting height makes every mow simpler.

Collect blade leaves less clippings on the lawn for a tidy, professional look.
Self-propelled and easy-to-use, high-quality lawnmower suitable for medium-sized gardens.

Engine
LC 253S
Art no: 970 54 15‑01
Engine name HS 166A
Cylinder displacement 166 cm³
Net power at preset rpm Energy 2.75 kW
Net power at preset rpm 2,900 rpm
Engine brand Husqvarna
Engine lubrication type Splash
Engine cooling Air
Exhaust emissions (CO2 EU V)
922.38 g/kWh
Cutting deck
Cutting methods Collection/BioClip®/Rear discharge
Cutting width 53 cm
Cutting height adjustment Central
Cutting height, min-max 20-75 mm
BioClip® plug Not included
BioClip® kit Available as accessory
Cutting height steps 6
Cutting deck material Composite
Drive System
Drive wheels Rear
Drive system Self-propelled, single speed
Speed forward max 4 km/h
Speed forward min 0 km/h
Equipment
Collector type Fabric with dust blocker
Collector volume 60 l
Handle type Ergonomic
Soft grip Yes
Blade brake clutch (BBC) No
Throttle control No
Wheel bearing, front/rear Yes/yes
Rims, material Plastic
Water hose connection No
Handle height adjustment 2 Step
Side adjustable handle No
Dimensions
Wheel size, Front 190 mm
Wheel size, Rear 230 mm
Weight 31.5 kg
Foldable handle Yes
Wheelbase 72 cm
Sound and noise
Sound pressure level at operators ear 87 dB(A)
Sound power level, measured 97 dB(A)
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 98 dB(A)
Capacity
Working area capacity (±20) 1,000 m²
Vibrations
Vibrations handlebar 3.9 m/s²

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