Compact though powerful front-cut ride-on mower. STIGA 50:50 articulated steering and hydraulic servo, granting maximum manevurability. The new STIGA ST 550 twin-cylinder engine ensures great performance. 4WD traction allows excellent grip on any terrain. The mower can be used with a 95 up to 125 cm front-mounted cutting deck. Perfect for big gardens needing frequent cut.
The STIGA Park 340 PWX front-cut ride-on mower is the ideal partner to take care of big lawns that need to be cut frequently. The heart of this machine is a high-performing, brand-new STIGA ST 550 twin-cylinder engine, with 586 cc displacement.
The 4WD traction grants excellent grip even on the most irregular terrain, while hydraulic power steering ensures maximum control on the driving path and the pedal-operated hydrostatic transmission helps better control the speed.
The Park 340 PWX features 50:50 articulated steering, with the rear wheels following the same path as the front wheels; the new hydraulic steering system makes steering smoother and easier. With the rear of the machine perfectly following the front, the operator can just focus on the area to be cut, without worrying about any accidental damage.
Comfort is guaranteed with a conveniently positioned side control panel, adjustable padded seat, headlight and electrical adjustment of the cutting deck so you can set the cutting height in a matter of seconds while keeping the motor running and remaining comfortably seated.
The Park 340 PWX can be paired with Combi cutting decks from 95 to 125 cm with QuickFlip technology. All cutting decks can also cut in rear discharge mode.
|Engine model||ST 550 Twin Powered by STIGA|
|Engine rotation speed||3200 rpm|
|Battery Voltage||12 V|
|Fuel tank capacity||6 l|
|Engine Oil tank capacity||1.7 l|
|Maximum working area||7500 m²|
|Max vibration on driver’s seat (m/s2)||0.7|
|Max vibration on steering wheels (m/s2)||2.6|
|Measured sound pressure level at operator ear dB(A)||86|
|Measured sound power level dB(A)||100|
|Guaranteed sound power level (LwA) – dB(A)||100|