Engine Power: Ride-on mowers typically have powerful engines, often ranging from 12 to 30 horsepower, allowing them to handle larger areas and tougher grass.
Cutting Width: They come with wide cutting decks, usually ranging from 30 to 60 inches or more, enabling them to cover more ground in a single pass.
Adjustable Cutting Height: Most ride-on mowers offer adjustable cutting height settings, allowing you to choose the grass height you desire. This is particularly useful for various grass types and seasonal changes.
Zero Turn Capability: Many ride-on mowers have zero-turn capability, which means they can make tight turns without leaving uncut grass. This feature is handy for navigating around obstacles like trees and flower beds.