Below are my selections for the best riding lawn mower under 2000 dollars in 2015. You will notice that I have included a riding lawn tractor.
People who are unfamiliar with yard upkeep machinery are often unsure what the difference between a lawn mower and a lawn tractor is, as the terminology often seems to be used interchangeably.
Generally speaking, both are capable of mowing your yard - but a riding lawn mower is specifically designed to mow, whereas a lawn tractor will often have a little more horsepower and also a hitch for pulling a trailer.
Tractors can be slightly less maneuverable than a mower due to the location of the cutting deck, however.
The most important consideration when buying a mower/tractor is really the size of your yard and how complicated it is, in terms of the numbers and locations of any trees and shrubs, or other obstacles that can make the mowing more awkward.
For most yards, either a mower or tractor is fine, but if your yard is particularly complicated and there are obvious maneuverability issues, you might generally be best to consider a riding lawn mower, although it all depends on the specific yard and machine at the end of the day.
Both riding lawn mowers and tractors generally give you the possibility of using extra accessories such as brushes for spring cleaning, or snow-removal attachments.
Below are my top 5 selections regarding the best riding lawn mower for the money.