Made with a commercial-grade engine, this machine comes with a two-year guarantee – so if you do have problems down the road you know you’ll be covered. And the fact that Toro is known for high-quality, long lasting machines goes a long way to boosting consumer confidence in its products.
However, the Toro Power Clear 210R is not without its faults, which is common to the less robust machines. As a single stage snowblower it can only function on paved surfaces, so gravel driveways are out of the question. Also, the two-cycle engine means that you have to mix oil and gas, which is not only cumbersome but makes for a less efficient machine.
Overall the Toro Power Clear 210R is affordable, is light enough for most people to handle, and has good clearing capacity. For a machine that usually costs around $600 it is very good value for the money and will come in handy during those heavy snowfalls.
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