Husqvarna 435XAWD Automower - Robotic Mower (area <3500m sq)

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Husqvarna are the pioneers of robotic mower technology, and now they have introduced the All-Wheel-Drive (AWD) Automower. The evolution of automatic lawn mowing has reached an exciting stage for users with more complex lawn areas.

The 435 AWD comes with features native to the X-line models such as LED headlights, GPS navigation, Automower Connect with GPS anti-theft tracking, and a premium body design.

The AWD feature refers to an articulated body structure that enables the mower to deal with steep slopes, rough terrain and obstacles. 

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£4,020.00 £3,350.00
RRP £4,399.20
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£4,020.00 £3,350.00
RRP £4,399.20


Maximum Area Capacity 3500m²
Cutting Width/Height 22/3-7cm
Battery Type Li-Ion
Typical Charging Time 30min
Typical Mow Time (on one charge) 100min
Power consumption (during cutting) 40W
Mean Energy Consumption (at max use) 24kWh/month
Noise Level (dB(A) guaranteed) 62dB(A)
Maximum Slope (inside installation) 70% / 35°
Graphic Display Size Large
Extra Blades Included 9pcs
Our Price (Exc.VAT) £3350.00

Product Information

All-Wheel Drive Automower®

Each wheel is optimised to be controlled individually according to the demands of the terrain. Now there's an Automower that can cope with steep slopes and uneven terrain as well as the perfect lawn

Pivoting rear body design

The articulated body profile of the AWD mowers enhances the manoevrability to make light work of varying terrains. The pivoting action of the rear section increases traction levels on uneven surfaces, so it can cope with the most imperfect terrain.

Automower® Access

Connect to the Automower® Connect smartphone app for a premium control interface, enhancing your user experience 

GPS-assisted navigation - PATENTED

The area of operation is mapped out using GPS, helping it monitor and track the optimum route around the garden for a perfectly even cut. This ties in with the 'grazing livestock' method of cutting, so that every part of the lawn can flourish at the right pace.