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48V Brushless 38 in. 75 Ah Battery Electric Rear Engine Riding Lawn Mower and Bagging Kit

  • Low Maintenance - No Gas, Belts, Spark Plugs or Filters
  • Easily Run up to 2 Hours or 2 Acres of Mowing Per Charge
  • Battery Operated: Fully Electric Mower With Zero Emissions
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$316200

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Product Overview

It's never been a better time to turn away from gas and towards the RYOBI 48V Battery Powered Riding Mower. Powered by 75 Ah batteries with a 2-hour run time, this 38 in. 75 Ah Battery Electric Rear Engine Riding Lawn Mower and Bagging Kit comes equipped with a 38 in. 2 blade deck and a 12 position manual deck adjustment so you have full control over your cut. Since this mower is electric, there is no need to replaces belt, spark plug or filters.
  • Low maintenance: no belts, spark plugs, or filters
  • Battery operated: no gas, fumes, charge and go
  • Up to 2-hours of runtime: up to 2 acres per charge
  • Dual high powered brushless motors
  • Quiet cutting
  • Cruise control, USB charging
  • LED headlights
  • 12 position manual deck adjustment
  • 38 in. 2-blade deck
  • Charges through standard 120-Volt outlet
  • 1 bagger and 2 bagging blades included
  • High density poly ethaline cover and connection tubes
  • Nylon mesh bagging bins
  • Some assembly required
  • Replacement Battery: Leoch model LPC12-75
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Price
$316200
$349900
/box
$454800
Ratings
(1587)
(10)
(414)
Cutting Width38 inches32 inches42 inches
Transmission TypeAutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
Terrain TypeFlat with ObstaclesFlat with ObstaclesFlat with Obstacles
Engine MakeOEM Branded EngineOEM Branded EngineRyobi Engine
Turning Radius (in.)16190
Power TypeElectricElectricElectric
Included with Riding MowersBattery(s)Battery(s),Lawn Mower BagBattery(s),Lawn Mower Bag
Riding Mower FeaturesAdjustable Cutting Height,Adjustable Speed,Assembly Required,Battery level indicator,Brushless Motor,Cruise Control,Cup Holder,Headlights,Keyed start,Residential,Single-lever height adjustment,USB PortAdjustable Cutting Height,Adjustable Speed,Battery level indicator,Brushless Motor,Built-in Hitch,Cordless,Cruise Control,Cup Holder,Headlights,Keyed start,Residential,Reverse Mowing,Single-lever height adjustmentAdjustable Cutting Height,Adjustable Speed,Assembly Required,Battery level indicator
Size of Yard1/2 - 2 Acres1/2 - 2 Acres1/2 - 2 Acres
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
63 in
Assembled Height (in.)
46 in
Assembled Width (in.)
38.5 in
Cutting Width
38 inches
Front Wheel Size (in.)
15
Mower Deck Width
38
Rear Wheel Size (in.)
16
Turning Radius (in.)
16

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Battery Amp Hours
75 Ah
Battery Run Time (min.)
120
Charge Time (hours)
14
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Cutting Options
Bag,Side-Discharge
Deck Material
12 Gauge Steel
Deck Type
Stamped
Drive Type
Rear-wheel Drive
Engine Make
OEM Branded Engine
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
0
Horsepower (HP)
0 hp
Included with Riding Mowers
Battery(s)
Lawn Mower Type
Rear Engine Riding Mower
Maximum Cutting Height (in.)
4.5
Maximum Forward Speed (mph)
8
Maximum Reverse Speed (mph)
3
Minimum Cutting Height (in.)
1.5
Mower Size
Small
Number of Blades
2 blades
Number of Blades
2
Number of Deck Wheels
2
Power Type
Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
595 lb
Rear Wheel Size (in.)
15 in.
Refurbished
No
Returnable
30-Day
Riding Mower Features
Adjustable Cutting Height,Adjustable Speed,Assembly Required,Battery level indicator,Brushless Motor,Cruise Control,Cup Holder,Headlights,Keyed start,Residential,Single-lever height adjustment,USB Port
Size of Yard
1/2 - 2 Acres
Start Type
Electric
Terrain Type
Flat with Obstacles
Tools Included
Mower
Transmission Type
Automatic

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
TUV Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year Limited Warranty

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 1,591 reviews
  • 84% recommend this product
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loving mowing? YES
wow what used to take 2 hours on foot now is a 20 minute ride. Cool features, can fit in tight areas and a tight radius.
by RyobiMANFAN
1 person found this helpful
Squeak issue resolved FINALLY
Finally found the source of the squeak. After taking the thing apart, changing the transaxle oil and lubing everything I could find, we located the source in the front axle. It can sound like it's coming from the rear when you're in motion, especially with the mower engaged. Spray Lube in here behind the rubber bumpers:
by davino
1 person found this helpful
Better Power
Nice to have a electric mower. Just wish I could cut my lawn without the blades stopping. I know it works better with the lawn being short but that's not feasible sometime. So, for the loot you spend on this machine, it should be more powerful. Other than that, it's cool.
by Forty8cres
8 people found this helpful
I really want to love this machine, but in order for it to sense me on the seat I have to carry a...
I really want to love this machine, but in order for it to sense me on the seat I have to carry a 12 pound weight on my lap, otherwise it stops mowing. I'm a 130 pound female and never had this problem with my older mower from a different company. Because I literally have to carry a weight on my lap, I drive one handed and have a difficult time managing any of the bumps or slight inclines while mowing. I'm hoping that there is some explanation/solution so I can enjoy this machine and recommend it to other people I know.
by Liz
21 people found this helpful
Tire issue!!!
I waited 2 weeks for this thing to arrive and was excited to cut the jungle that has grown on my yard. I was towards the end of assembling the Mower and noticed the one front tire looked slightly flat. I tried pumping it but it refused to hold air. It was stuck on 5 PSI and everytime I tried putting some more air it would just seep out through the inflation valve. This machine is too expensive and took too long to arrive to be having issues and it’s absolutely frustraing. To top it off Home Depot sells it but doesn’tcarry any spare products in store. Might have to return it depending on how quick RYOBI or Home Depot can send me a spare tire. I’m ridiculously upset and disappointed at this whole purchase.
by Reymark
Response from RYOBIOutdoorsMar 31, 2021
Hello, Reymark - We are so sorry your mower arrived with a flat tire! And we want to discuss this further with you! If you would, please keep an eye on your inbox for an email from us at reviews@ryobitools.com. We'd love to turn this around! RYOBIOutdoorTools
18 people found this helpful
Its a decent ride on, plenty fast and near silent...
Its a decent ride on, plenty fast and near silent when mowing. The ride comfort is lacking but I think a better tire/wheel combo would help out with that. The charging system is robust and the battery packs a punch. I’m mowing about 1 acre with no slow down. Aside from the ride comfort and the safety chime when you leave the seat, I’m happy with my purchase.
by Greg
9 people found this helpful
Bought this mower about 5 months ago. It's a good mower, but lots of things on it just feel che...
Bought this mower about 5 months ago. It's a good mower, but lots of things on it just feel cheaply made. When you press on the gas pedal it has to go down 1/4th the way before the motors will engage, making it annoying to drive sometimes. The steering column feels not so solid and shakey, and there is no suspension to be had.. expect a very bumpy ride. When I went to remove the blades to change them to the bagging blades, I found it insanely difficult to loosen the nuts. The nuts had become fused to the metal plates below and started to turn the entire plate along with the nut. The turning metal plate ripped up the spacer's edges and still didn't come off. Had to use an impact wrench to loosen the nuts after that, but one of the spacers is now destroyed and I will need to wait to have a new one shipped to safely use my mower. Oh, and they charged me $8 for the spacer, guess it's not covered under the warranty.
by BA
Response from RYOBIOutdoorsNov 13, 2020
Hello, BA - We're sorry to read about your unsatisfactory experience with the riding mower! Would you please be looking for an email from us at reviews@ryobitools.com? Let's connect so we can try and move your experience in a better direction. RYOBIOutdoorTools
22 people found this helpful
First time rider
I was a riding mower virgin so keep that in mind. Assembly of the unit was easy and without issue. Yesterday was my first time actually using a riding mower so I don’t have anything to compare it to. My lawn is challenging since I live on a hill. This mower did an awesome job on my lawn, I just had to go slow due to my terrain. Turning circle is great. Cut was nice and even. I have 1.76 acres of land. I think the issue people have initially with the battery is with somewhat wet grass collecting there. The mower began to sound different so I stopped and the deck had lots of wet grass stuck to it. It took 5 minutes to clear and I was back in the saddle. Going down hill the mower felt sturdy when I let off of the gas. Finally make sure you clean the deck after use. It seems like a good mower, didn’t give it 5 stars because only time will tell.
by JPfarmer
9 people found this helpful
More than just a lawn tractor
Headline first. I tow my 5,000 boat/trailer with the Ryobi. I know, probably not recommended. I have a tight garage and driveway so I attached a bumper trailer hitch on the front and had to build a trailer dolly for the rear. The Ryobu trailer attachment can not support the 1,000 tongue weight of the boat trailer... what a surprise... so I had to build a dolly to distribute the weight of the tongue. Anyways, the Ryobi pushed the boat out of the garage and pulls the boat into the garage.. Awesome ! It's a 21ft SCOUT. My only issue is cutting high, thick grass. the right mower blade cuts off so now I cut twice taking about 1/2" at a time if I let the grass mow too long. Otherwise, awesome tractor !
by BDOTN
19 people found this helpful
RM480e Two Year Review
I have had my RM480e for two full years now and it has been everything it was advertised and more. I have mowed lawns with it, hauled dirt in a trailer, and yard waste in a trashcan attached to a home built tailgate. It is always ready to use, quiet in operation, and ridiculously inexpensive to operate. Some numbers will tell the story. 1. 108 charge cycles over two years costing $15.44 total. 2. The mower costs less than $0.21 per hour to run based on our $0.13 per kilowatt hour cost. Gasoline here has averaged over $2.00 per gallon since I purchased this mower. My neighbor’s V-twin mowers use about a gallon per hour. 3. The only maintenance costs have been a second set of blades (now $28.97) so I can always have a sharp set ready if and when needed. The blades' edges last all year and still cut fine at the end of the season. 4. Based on my average mowing time of 44 minutes, the system recharges the batteries in about 4 hours and costs less than $0.16. I did have two issues with the mower. One of the batteries failed after eleven months of use and Ryobi replaced the battery under warranty. The spring on the charging port cover broke and Ryobi replaced it under warranty also. I made a fold up tailgate that bolts to the towing plate so I can haul things as I don’t have storage room for a trailer or cart. The tailgate also includes a tow bar extension so I don’t have to remove the tailgate to tow something. I also added an onboard volt meter so I can see how much the mower is using with each use. I spent $30 on a recording watt/amp./volt meter to track each charge cycle cost. The mower is a joy to operate and it cut my mowing time in half from the walk behind I had before. It cuts so close to things that I only have to do very little string trimming. Comparing the operation costs of the RM480e to my neighbors' various ICE riding mowers/tractors, the Ryobi electric costs so little to operate that after two years of ownership, the savings have paid for a new set of batteries in two years. The battery manufacturer states these batteries should deliver 1,500 to 1,700 charge cycles based on the way the Ryobi electronics manage the batteries. After two years of ownership, this mower has done 108 charges. Winter storage costs less than one dollar for the entire seven months, so keeping the mower connected to the charger when not in use is not a cost factor.
by Jamis
49 people found this helpful
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