A variety of full-sized and lawn tractors come equipped with engines produced by Honda. In addition to being used by several different tractor and lawn tractor manufacturers, Honda tractor engines can be purchased individually from Honda and installed in almost any kind of tractor on the market.
While Honda is not manufacturing tractors in the United States in 2010, there are a number of Honda brand tractors that were manufactured before 2004 that have Honda engines. These tractors include the Honda RT5000, H5013 and H5518, as well as earlier model numbers that began with a 3 or a 4 after the H.
Toro tractors typically come equipped with either a Briggs & Stratton or a Honda engine, depending on the year the tractor was produced and the model of the specific tractor. Some Toro models that came with Honda engines include the now mostly discontinued Lawnboy line produced by Toro.
The Regent line of Simplicity Tractors featured several different models that came stock with Honda 16-volt motors before Simplicity was purchased by Briggs & Stratton. The Regent 22/44 models almost always came with Honda engines before the purchase by Briggs & Stratton. Newer Simplicity tractors come with Briggs & Stratton engines.
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