Multiclip recycling or rear discharge
An economical option for smaller gardens
Unlike the Villa 12 which has a manual gearbox, this Villa 14 HST has a hydrostatic transmission - well worth that little extra cost. In simple terms using it is a bit like driving an automatic car; the more pressure you put on the foot pedal the faster you will travel. But don't worry, you are in complete control, take your foot off the pedal and your Villa will slow to a stop. Press the pedal backwards and you're now in reverse - how easy is that? This is a fantastic feature to have on any mower, nip in and out of corners or under bushes with ease and speed.
Briggs & Stratton Engine
Ergonomically placed controls and an adjustable comfort seat add to the driving experience. Power to spare is provided by a Briggs and Stratton PowerBuilt single cylinder engine and you have a choice of choice of 85cm or 95cm Multiclip Combi deck widths. These cutter decks not only provide a great recycled finish you can easily change to rear discharge mode without using any tools.
All Villas are built on a solid rigid chassis for durability. They have light and very precise rear wheel steering making them extremely manouverable. Coupled with Stiga's legendary front mounted Multiclip cutter decks, they offer you all round visibility, super steering and a beautiful lush green finish to your lawn.
Other models in this range are the manual Villa 12 or the Villa SQ16 HST which has a Honda engine and hydrostatic drive.
All Villa ride-on mowers have a comforting 3 year warranty, with a 10 year warranty on the chassis.
||Briggs & Stratton
|Net Power Output
||7.5kW @ 3600rpm
|Fuel Tank Capacity
||Front Wheel Drive
||Front 16" Rear 13"
||85cm or 95cm
|Height of Cut
||25-85mm (10 Positions)
|Electric Cutting Height Adjustments
||Length 200cm Width 100cm
||1 to 1.5 acre