Video - Exploring the advantages of Hyundai’s battery-powered lawnmowers for Spring 2023

Video - Exploring the advantages of Hyundai’s battery-powered lawnmowers for Spring 2023

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Find out more about Hyundai’s range of battery-powered lawnmowers for Spring 2023 with Adrian, from the Hyundai Power Products expert team:

‘’Today we're going to look at our battery-powered lawnmowers, and in fact there's a whole range of these to suit your needs.

Let's talk about the advantages.

First of all there's no cables, we're not governed by how long our extension lead is on our lawn, we can take it long distances from our property to smaller areas of lawn.

There's no petrol, no oil, no pollution which is absolutely brilliant. Being battery powered also means that these lawnmowers are relatively low noise, so we're not going to annoy those neighbors at nine o'clock mowing the lawn on a Sunday morning.

Another great Advantage is that battery lawnmowers are very lightweight, so it's easy to transport and move from A to B.

These battery mowers also have minimal setup, we haven't got to put engine oil in or fuel in so all you do is get the lawnmower out of the box, assemble the handles and that's it, job done. As long as we've got the battery charged we can pull the lever and away it goes, it couldn’t be easier!

There is of course another advantage to our 40V battery powered lawnmowers, this being that the batteries used in our corded mowers are all the same for our other 40 Volt range of tools.

This includes a leaf blower and hedge trimmer, we've got Universal multi-fit batteries with a 40 Volt range.

Our petrol mowers have brilliant Hyundai engines and of course they're far more powerful than battery or corded equivalents, so this particular model is a 430mm cut-lawn mower with a self-propelled function as well so it does drive itself along and our range starts at 400mm and ends up right at the top of the range with a 560mm Hyundai mower … so they come in roller mowers, electric start, non-electric start, self-propelled, non-self-propelled - there's a whole range just visit our website to see how extensive our Hyundai lawn mower range truly is.

Another advantage of these of course is that you can go absolutely anywhere - you're not tied by a cord, there's no restriction on the length of distance you can go and the amount of fuel you can carry in your fuel can with corded lawn mowers.

Now, let's discuss a corded model - this is our HYM3300E mower and I'm going to talk about the advantages first of all; all of our corded mowers have got the powerful Hyundai Motors included and that's one of the advantages - no petrol, no oil - it's a corded electric lawn mower so there's no noise, no pollution - we're not going to annoy the neighbours on weekend because of the lack of noise is far less noise than a petrol lawnmower!

A further advantage - well of course they're really lightweight. You could take them anywhere, easily manoeuvrable you can roll them around you can get around corners. Nowhere near the weight of a petrol mower, so again minimal setup with these machines which is great there's no putting oil in, no putting fuel in, no messing about - no having to learn how to use a primer and all that sort of thing. So they're really, really easy to use!

Of course more benefits are; these are backed up by a full UK service and Parts Supply finally they all come with a three-year warranty. I do hope you found this useful I've been Adrian from the Hyundai Power Products team at the HQ in Pembrokeshire, West Wales - thanks for watching''


We hope you’ve found Adrian's tips helpful - we feature lots more of his videos on our Hyundai Power Products YouTube channel. Please remember: if you need any further advice, our team of experts is on-hand to help you, so just get in touch! If you have any questions please visit For expert advice or any questions you may have, you can give us a call on 01646 687880, fill out the contact form here or drop us a message on any of our social media pages - Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

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