Released February, 2009
The Pros:Starts 75% of the time on the first pull, always on the second. Clears taller grass efficiently, with easy to set wheel heights. Cleaning port does a good job for rinsing out almost all the grass that collects under the deck.
The Cons:Drive belt makes some noise if cutting wet grass. Leaves wheel tracks in some types of grass. Blade gets dull pretty quickly.
The 20332 is a mid-range model in Toro's line of Recycler lawnmowers. Like all units in the series, it is powered by a Briggs & Stratton ReadyStart engine, but it lacks the low-emissions and electric-start features of some higher models.
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Its main improvement over the 20330 is the 'Personal Pace' self-propel rear-wheel drive, which detects the user's walking speed and adjusts its speed accordingly. Another addition is a 'Bag-On-Demand' feature, which allows quick switching from mulching to bagging using a lever. Unlike other models in the series, the 20332 lacks a washout port, so the underside of the mower must be flushed manually. Two years of full warranty coverage are provided.
- Briggs & Stratton ReadyStart engine
- Self propel
- Adapts to walking speed
- Rear-wheel drive
- 22" cutting deck
- Bag On Demand
- Single-piece handle
- 6.75 ft-lb gross torque
User Reviews (5)
starts 75% of the time on the first pull, always on the second
clears taller grass efficiently, with easy to set wheel heights
cleaning port does a good job for rinsing out almost all the grass that collects under the deck
drive belt makes some noise if cutting wet grass
leaves wheel tracks in some types of grass
blade gets dull pretty quickly
if the grass that collects under the deck dries, its hard to clean off
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