Newly updated for 2021, the ever popular Mountfield SP41 4 wheeled lawnmower fitted with a self-propelled drive. This model has been a bestseller for years and this latest version sees it fitted with a Stiga autochoke engine.As the SP 41 has a lightweight polypropylene body, the 123cc engine is powerful enough to ensure easy handling of the mower. Although this is a basic model, the 4 wheeled Mountfield SP41 comes with many great features including the folding handles and 40L fabric grass collector. Fabric grass collectors allow the air to circulate through the cuttings as you mow and are collapsible for better storage.The SP41 is a power drive or self-propelled lawnmower with a single speed. The lightweight design and narrow (39cm) cutting width are ideal for smaller, domestic gardens. Choose your ideal cutting height from the 5 options which can be adjusted from 25 – 70mm. Start at the highest setting (70mm) then work down to the lowest (25mm) for the best cut and finish to your lawn. Quick and simple height adjustment is done by setting the 3 levers.A bottle of 4-stroke engine oil will be included with the mower to get you started. You then only need to fill with fresh petrol and off you go*. So if you’re looking for a popular, major brand lawn mower at a great price then the self-propelled Mountfield SP41 is the machine for you.SpecificationsCutting Width : 39cm / 15 inchDeck Width: 41cmDeck Material: PolypropyleneType: 4 wheelDrive: Yes, single speedMaximum Forward Speed: 3.4 km/hEngine: Stiga ST120 Autochoke OHVStarter: Manual pull / recoilEngine Capacity: 123ccNet Power Output: [email protected] 2900rpmHeight of Cut Adjustment: 3 leversCutting Heights: 5 settings from 25 – 70mmGrassbag Material: Fabric with hard topGrassbag Capacity: 40LFolding Handles: YesWheel Size: Front 175mm, Rear 175mmMulch Capable: NoRoller: NoAdjustable Handle : NoDry Weight: 21kgManufacturer’s Warranty: 2 years for domestic use onlyCommercial Warranty: NoProduct Dimensions LxWxH mm : 1460 x 470 x 1010*Always use fresh petrol in your engine as it can begin to go stale within 4 – 6 weeks. Stale fuel will affect the performance and running quality of the engine and can stop it working altogether. Only buy as much as you need and don’t store big quantities. Alternatively mix your fresh petrol with a fuel additive which can keep it fresh for up to 3 years. These additives won’t revive stale fuel so you need to mix together with the fresh petrol before you add to the fuel tank.