New and used lawn mowers for sale.

Ask for pricing and availability on lawn mowers, call 763-307-2800.

Lano Equipment is your #1 Minnesota lawnmower dealer, offering Toro, Kubota, Bobcat, and others.

Suppose you’re a homeowner or lawn care professional looking for a high-output, extremely maneuverable lawn mower that also has the endurance to stand up to the rigors of regular use. In that case, Lano Equipment can help you find the new or used lawn mower that’s right for you. Lano offers walk-behind, zero turn, and commercial lawn mowers. If you are looking for electric mowers, we have them! Need a rental? We have everything from attachments to skid steers available for daily, weekly or monthly rates! We offer a wide variety of new, used and clearance machines at three convenient locations. Click the links below to see Toro and Kubota lawn mowers on sale.

Bobcat Lawn Mowers

Kubota Lawn Mowers

Toro Lawn Mowers

Toro walk-behind lawn mowers

Kubota zero-turn lawn mowers

Toro zero-turn lawn mowers

Kubota lawn tractors

Toro commercial lawn mowers

Ask for pricing and availability on lawn mowers, call 763-307-2800.

Lawn Mower Q&A:

Everything you need to know before you buy or rent a Lawn Mower.

What are the different kinds of lawnmowers?

  • Walk-Behind – Walk-behinds offer several advantages, including increased operator flexibility to move obstacles out of the mowing path without getting on and off of the machine, the ability to mow in confined spaces, and increased performance in trimming. 
  • Zero Turn – Zero-turn mowers have fantastic maneuverability and a very small turning radius. This means that you can use the zero-turn mower much easier for mowing close to obstacles such as fences and trees. With a zero-turn mower, you will have less additional trimming work to do after you finish mowing.
  • Lawn Tractor – A lawn tractor offers more muscle and is great for larger properties that may require more than simple lawn mowing. With more horsepower and a stronger frame, lawn tractors have towing and hauling capabilities.
  • Commercial Lawn Mowers – Commercial mowers are designed for mowing 2-20 times a day or running for 12 hours straight vs a residential mower is designed for only 1-2 mows per week and running 6 hours or less per mow. Commercial mowers are also designed with greater speed to increase productivity.

What is the difference between residential lawn mowers and commercial lawn mowers?

The main difference between commercial and residential lawn mowers is durability. Homeowners rarely use lawnmowers more than twice a month or about once a week in peak season. Commercial lawn mowers, however, are used for about 8 to 12 hours every day.

How long do lawn mowers last?

Most mowers will last around 10 years, but that may vary based on how often you use them, the climate you live in, how often you do required maintenance, and the size of your lawn.

Can you store lawnmowers outside?

Lawnmowers can be stored outside in mild weather if you can keep them out of direct sunlight and keep them dry. You can cover them with a tarp and store them in a shady location, build a small shelter, or store it under your deck. Harsh winters require the mower to be winterized and stored indoors.

Should I Buy an electric mower or a gas mower?

Gas-powered lawn mowers are far more durable than electric models. The powerful motor makes short work of long grass, and it can run for hours without breaking a sweat. Compared to electric models, you get more grass-cutting for your dollar, and you won’t have to go over any areas twice.

Electric Lawn Mower Pros

  • Electric Mowers are much quieter.
  • Low maintenance (no fueling, oil changes, belt replacements, air filter changes, etc.)
  • There are zero carbon emissions.
  • Electric mowers are lightweight.

Electric Lawn Mower Cons

  • Battery power only lasts a couple of hours before recharging is needed.
  • Corded models can only be used near a power source unless you have an extremely long extension cord.
  • Extension cords are a hassle to layout and roll up again for storage.
  • Electric mowers often have much less power than most gas-burning models.

Gas Lawn Mower Pros

  • Gas lawn mowers are generally much more powerful than electric lawnmowers.
  • They do not require cords or batteries.
  • Gas lawn mowers are often built tougher.
  • Gas lawn mower replacement parts are often less expensive than those for electric mowers.

Gas Lawn Mower Cons

  • Gas lawn mowers are considerably louder than electric lawnmowers.
  • They are more costly to run.
  • Gas lawn mowers require more maintenance (oil changes, fuel preservatives added during the off-season, etc.).
  • They generate carbon emissions.