Poulan Pro 925ZX 48 Inch 22 HP Riding Mower Review

Poulan Pro 925ZX 48-Inch 22-Horsepower V-Twin Residential ZTR Mower

The Poulan Pro 48 inch Zero Turn Mower gives you commercial quality for a residential price tag.

The extraordinary riding lawn mower features a monstrous 22 HP Briggs and Stratton ELS Twin engine that will make sure you have the power you need for the toughest jobs.

With the addition of the 3 gallon fuel tank you won’t have to worry about running out of gas half way through either.

Poulan has been a main fixture in yard care for many years and the addition of this zero turn mower to their family has proven to be a great thing.

You can take less time mowing your yard and focus your energy on enjoying it, instead. If you have one of those yards that take hours to mow with a push mower, this little gem will have you done in half that time. Nothing is better than being able to enjoy yourself in your own yard without having to sweat and bleed for it first.

With the massive 48 inch mowing deck you will be mowing roadways through your grass rather than little trails with a push mower. Once you get this machine home you will wonder why you have never bought one before. This mower will definitely change your mind about taking care of your yard.

2 Comments on "Poulan Pro 925ZX 48 Inch 22 HP Riding Mower Review"

  1. I purchased this mower at the end of 2008. I’ve used it through 2009 and 2010, putting 320 hours on the clock. Heres the pros and cons as I’ve experienced them. The deck lift pedal and deck postition lock system is junk. The material is carrying the load of the deck and will wear out which will cause the deck to fall from the setting the operator puts it at. The cut is very nice and flat but is too low. The deck will not go as High as I’ve needed it for a realy tall yard,so, I agree that this mower is suited for residential and light industrial use, not full industrial purposes. The only other thing that has realy bugged me is that when I’m cutting across a hill, with the left side high, the mower is fairly controlable and will track. If I try to turn around and cut the opposite direction, with the right side of the mower high, I fall off the hill almost every time! So, I think the controls are a little out of sync.

  2. Hi Dennis,

    Thanks for stopping by and for sharing your experience with this mower!

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