The Poulan Pro 967330901 P46ZX Briggs V-Twin Pro 22 HP Cutting Deck Zero Turn Radius Riding Mower, 46 inch is just the right size for your medium-sized lawn. Within this compact mower is a powerful engine that is able to cut and trim at a rate of 2.4 acres per hour. If that doesn’t impress you, what will?


  • Powerful 22 HP Briggs & Stratton V-Twin engine inside
  • Access panel is easily accessible and within reach
  • Electric clutch blade is easy to engage
  • Choose from 6 positions for the cutting height from 1.5” to 4”
  • Caster wheels and welded frame ensure durability
  • 46” RZ reinforced deck has a 10-year warranty
  • Features the signature 15” extra-high Poulan Pro back seat
  • Overall 3-year limited homeowner warranty
  • Foam-padded dual levers for easy operation and easy grip
  • Dual hydro-gear EZT drive system for easy maneuverability
  • 5-gallon fuel tank capacity
  • Runs up to 6 mph


One thing that the Poulan Pro won’t do is to let you down. The powerful performance of the Poulan Pro 967330901 Zero Turn Radius Riding Mower is highly praised.

The 46” reinforced cutting deck gives the impression that it means business and with the reinforcement it is made even more durable, lasting you a long time of use. It is just wide enough to help you reduce lawn mowing time significantly.

The 22 HP Briggs v-twin pro engine allows you to cut and trim at speeds up to 6 mph. With this speed, you can cut 2.4 acres of lawn per hour. It’s quite an amazing statistic. The features of the ZTR as well as where it is located all make it easy to operate. The access panel is within reach. It is also easy to manipulate the dual levers, making it easy to maneuver the ZTR around your lawn and obstacles such as trees, flower beds, and the like.

It can trim as close to the ground as possible eliminating need to use the ZTR frequently as it will take quite some time for the lawn to grow to a cutting height again. This saves your ZTR from wear and tear, saves you on gas, and ultimately prolongs the life of your ZTR.

Comfort is not amiss in the design of this ZTR. You have a 15” extra-high back seat for comfort as you’re driving around the lawn. You also have padded dual levers for easy grip and easy manipulation.


ZTRs do not work well on relatively steep slopes. With that in mind, if you have a lawn full of slopes here and there, purchasing this Poulan Pro 967330901 P46ZX may not be the right choice for you.

Some users have also had problems with the front wheel being rather hard, thus leaving tracks on the lawn when turning.

Also, you can add attachments to the unit, but you have to purchase these separately. And when the unit arrives to your doorstep, you might have to assemble the seat, check the oil, and attach the positive terminal to the battery before thinking of operating the unit.



All in all, the Poulan Pro 967330901 Zero Turn Radius Riding Mower is powerful, effective, and works fast to mow your lawn completely. With that kind of performance, this product gets a 5 out of 5 rating.

Final Comparison

Comparable to the Poulan Pro line are the ZTRs from Husqvarna. Although some people do not like to compare the two, they are still sister companies so there are some similarities that you might see. Similar in size to the Poulan Pro 967330901 P46ZX is the Husqvarna Z246 21.5 HP 726cc Kawasaki Engine 46” Z-Turn Mower.

This Husqvarna model uses a Kawasaki engine, which is much quieter in operation when compared to the Briggs & Stratton V-twin of the Poulan Pro 967330901 P46ZX.

If you want something smaller to fit your gate, you can go for the Husqvarna Z242F 42” 22HP Zero Turn Lawn Mower. This will definitely fit through your 48” gate compared to the 46” model. If you want a bigger model because you have a much larger lawn, then do not hesitate to choose a bigger one such as the Husqvarna M-ZT 52” Kawasaki 22 HP Zero Turn Lawn Mower Hydro ZT3400 Fab Deck.

Lastly, if you do not mind having to drive back and forth to avoid missed areas of cutting, you can go for a lawn mower that is not a ZTR.

How much your budget is, how big your lawn is, and how much time you’re willing to spend learning to operate your mower will all decide which lawn mower you should get.

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