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Victa Corvette VGCS464 (100, 4 Stroke)

Victa Corvette VGCS464 (100, 4 Stroke)

3.3 from 3 reviews

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Fairway19

Fairway19Melbourne

  • 4 reviews

Always Starts First Time

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They sure do have mowers better designed than when I was a kid. This thing starts first time every time, no matter how long I leave it between starts. It does an excellent crisp cut and. My previous mower was a super cheapie with straight blades, so I appreciate the swing blade design as I have the odd ock at my place. It fairly quiet being a 4 stroke. The catcher deign could be better. I Liked the old style Victa ones but I guess they make them this way to save money. It's a solid and reliable mower.

Date PurchasedMar 2017

Joanne

JoanneGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

  • 9 reviews
  • 3 likes

This is a first start mower

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This mower is the best price for its value and performance. I don't get a problem even after summer as long as I have new fuel and oil and sparkplug she roars. I've found she has the power to do back and front lawns. I like the size of the catcher too.

Date PurchasedApr 2018

id burn it if it hadnt cost me $400

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Date PurchasedNov 2016

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Questions & Answers

Jenny

Jennyasked

How much does the mower weigh in comparison to the Corvette 200 and 300?

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bjr
bjr

200 is apparently weighs the same. 300 is 5kg heavier at 31kg. Numbers from victa website.


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Details

CategoryPetrol Lawn Mowers
Price (RRP) $429
Power SourcePetrol
Catcher Type Rigid
Cutting Deck MaterialSteel
Cutting Width460 mm
Height of Cut11 mm to 75 mm
Number of Blades2
Manufacturer Warranty3 year(s)
Engine / Motor
Engine Displacement140 cc
BrandBriggs & Stratton
Engine Type4-Stroke
Engine NameBriggs and Stratton 500E
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