Victa 2-Stroke Push Mowers
Victa has been one of the most trusted names in Australian gardens for more than 60 years, beginning in a small New South Wales back garden in 1952. The company has since expanded to create a whole range of lawn care products that are exported throughout the world. While its engines are now U.S. made, its lawnmowers are still assembled in Australia with its 2-stroke engines becoming somewhat of a cultural icon.Much-Loved Aussie Icon
In 2016, Victa announced the final season of its 2-stroke push mowers, and to celebrate, it released the Aussie 2-stroke Range. It includes three new models, some of which draw on the traditional colours of its vintage models, while others come with a brand new look. Victa 2-stroke push mowers are so loved that there was an entire routine dedicated to them during the opening ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.2-Stroke Advantages
Because 2-stroke engines have the fuel and oil for lubrication mixed together, you only need to buy one type of fuel compared to Victa 4-stroke push mowers. They are also lighter and less expensive, although they are less powerful and can be trickier to start than their 4-stroke counterparts.Quiet Power Technology
For the ultimate in reduced noise and vibration, look for Victa mowers with Quiet Power Technology. You get the same amount of power from the Briggs & Stratton engines with around 40 per cent less noise and reduced vibration when compared to a traditional gas-powered mower.Victa Mulchers
Looking for a mower and mulcher in one? Victa mulching push mowers do the job simply and efficiently. The Corvette 300 offers outstanding mulching performance with a unique blade-disc design to generate air-circulation beneath the mower and continually cut the grass. It results in a finer mulch and couples with four swing-back blades for a cleaner cut.