Craftsman, Toro, Murray, Snapper and John Deere are some companies that produce lawn mowers powered by a 190cc Briggs & Stratton engine. This popular small engine is used by many other mower manufacturers as well. It provides the powerplant for different types of mowers, including push mowers, self-propelled mowers and riding lawn mowers. Briggs & Stratton produces several models of the 190cc engine, including the 675, 725, 775, 850 and 875 designs.
Toro sells several models of push and self-propelled mowers using the 190cc engine, including the 20-inch push lawn mower, the 22-inch variable-speed high wheel lawn mower with SmartStow and the 22-inch Personal Pace electric-start lawn mower.
Murray offers a 24-inch riding lawn mower using the 190cc engine. It is equipped with Murray's six-speed Shift on the Go Drive System, which allows operators to change gears without stopping.
The Craftsman 190cc high wheel push mower is one of the company's most efficient mowers. The engine's 6.75 foot-pounds of gross torque provide the mower smooth performance and cutting power.
John Deere produces several riding mowers in its D series that are equipped with the Briggs & Stratton engine. Snapper uses the motor to power its SP, HI VAC and Ninja push mowers as well as some of its commercial lawn mower units.