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Honda's advanced engineering and superior 4-stroke engines combine to produce the ultimate tiller range for the dedicated gardener or professional.
All Honda Tillers are powered by muscular, torquey and economical engines that run on unleaded fuel and offer hassle-free starting. Larger models also feature multi-step height adjustable handlebars for outstanding user comfort and control.
And because all Honda Tillers have a built-in centrifugal or deadman clutch, tilling has never been safer.

F220

Honda's F220 features an all-new powerful and torquey 2.4hp engine. With its lighter weight, easier to use deadman clutch and multi-step adjustable handlebars, the F220 is ideal for use in confined work areas where tilling maneuverability is important.

  • Powerful and torquey 2.4hp 4-stroke engine
  • Lightweight design 545mm tine width
  • Multi-step adjustable handlebars
  • Deadman clutch for safety
  • Ideal for confined areas
 

F501
Powered by Honda's 5.5hp 4-stroke OHV engine, the F501K2 offers outstanding power, balance and maneuverability for every kind of tilling job.

  • Powerful 5.5hp 4-stroke engine
  • 2 forward gears and 1 reverse
  • 914mm tine width
  • Lightweight design
  • Multi-step adjustable handlebars
  • Deadman clutch for safety

FR750
Powered by Honda's 6.5hp 4-stroke OHV engine, the FR750 has all the features for effortless soil conditioning.

  • 6.5hp manual start 4-stroke engine
  • 600mm tine width
  • 2 forward gears and 1 reverse
  • Honda's revolutionary Active Rotary System (patented coaxial counter-rotating tine drive mechanism)
  • Lockable differential for tough or virgin soil
 

FR800
The workhorse of the Honda Tiller range features a huge 8hp OHV 4-stroke engine that's quiet, economical to run and delivers excellent performance and torque even in the toughest conditions.

  • Big 8hp 4-stroke engine
  • 3 forward gears and 1 reverse
  • 507mm tine width
  • Superb balance perfect for big, tough jobs
  • Deadman clutch for safety
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