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Honda Mean Mower V2 Sets New Guinness World Record

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Its Mowing Season here in Florida. Brand loyalty runs deep when it comes to landscaping equipment, so Briggs & Stratton owners prepare to get angry. Your BS wont stand up to the latest from Japan, because the Honda Mean Mower V2 has set a new Guinness World Record.

Powered by the 999cc engine from the CBR1000RR, it sends 200 horsepower to the rear tires at a screaming 13,000 RPM. More than just a pretty face, it also cuts grass. The carbon fiber blades are electrically powered, and the mower deck is streamlined. This allowed it to reach 100 mph in 6.29 seconds, with a top speed of 150.99 mph.

  • Honda’s Mean Mower sets a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® title #MeanMower
  • Honda’s Mean Mower sets a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® title #MeanMower

This is faster than all the abused Civics and Accords who pretend to be racing, as it reaches 60 mph under 3 seconds. It might be faster than your daily drive because this mower hauls grass! So if your DUI count is higher than your shoe size, consider Honda Power Products for your next mode of transportation.

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