- Electric start: Provides convenient starting, Self-propelled: Fitted with a three speed gearbox
- Four cutting methods: Cut and collect, cut and drop, cut and mulch and cut and side-discharge
- Seven-stage centralised cutting height adjuster: To meet all cutting requirements
- 70 L polyester grass catcher with hard lid: For convenient collection and disposal of your cuttings
- Soft grip handle: Providing a comfortable cutting experience
New to the UK market, the flagship lawnmower of Hyundai’s range, the HYM51SP has just gone electric. A strong self-propelled cutting machine which incorporates a 6hp 196cc 4-stroke petrol engine. Like the HYM51SP, it has a choice of 7 cutting settings, adjusting the height to cut accordingly, and all captured in a large polyester grass collection bag. With larger rear wheels than the standard HYM51SP, the electric start gains maximum traction from the large rear wheel base, effecting the impact of the cut. With an electric start engine, there is an internal battery housed within the mower, which is self-charging upon operation. It also has the capability to start using the engine recoil and even comes with an external battery charger, so you’ll always be able to charge and start the mower, no matter what. This new lawnmower offers users the option of four different grass-cutting settings, each one designed to meet specific needs according to user preference and how you would like your grass to turn out. For the best finish and appearance, users should choose to mow and remove the cut grass from the lawn. The other settings all involve returning the grass to the lawn, which fertilises the ground and returns nutrients to the soil to keep grass growing back at a quicker rate. The latter method of mowing then eliminates the need to constantly empty the grass catcher. This Hyundai lawnmower comes with a 2-year domestic-use manufacturer warranty, covering parts, labour and carriage. Shipping on the item is for UK non-extended mainland areas only. Shipping surcharges may be incurred for other areas such as Scottish highlands, outlying islands around the UK, IoM, IoW, Isle of Sky, Northern Ireland and Eire.