Simplicity Coronet


The Simplicity Coronet mower is much smaller than the Simplicity Broadmoor or Simplicity Regent. However, it is still a quality piece of machinery. It is automatic thanks to its Hydro-Gear Hand Control automatic transmission, which facilitates the use of the Coronet since it is not necessary to change gear. The transmission transfers power from the 13. 5hp Briggs & Stratton single-cylinder gasoline engine to the wheels. The engine is air-cooled and allows the mower to travel at speeds up to 8 km/h (5 mph). Even though the fuel tank can only hold (2 US gallons) of gasoline, this is still enough to power the engine for many hours continuously before it needs to be refilled.

The Simplicity Coronet’s chassis is made of 14-gauge steel, strong enough to withstand most knocks. Since the rear tires support most of the weight during operation, as well as providing traction, they measure 16×6. 5-8 (16-inch diameter, 6. 5-inch width, 8-inch rim diameter) while theFront tires measure 13×5-6 (13-inch diameter, 5-inch width, 6-inch rim diameter). The Coronet is very useful in gardens with many tight turns and tricky areas, as its turning radius is an incredibly low 0. 3m (12in).

The Simplicity Coronet mower’s deck has a cutting width of only 30 inches (which is very small for a ride-on mower). It only has one big blade. The mower deck can be quickly removed from the mower thanks to a quick release release system. Overall, this mower is a very good entry level mower that can mow yards ranging from 0. 5 to 3 acres. However, if you have more grass to cut on a regular basis, you’ll find it much easier to do on a larger machine like a Simplicity Legacy XL or Simplicity Prestige.

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