Ariens DELUXE 27

Ariens DELUXE 27
$1,400
  • Type: Dual-Stage
  • Engine: 249cc OHV 1150 Series
  • Clearing Width: 27" (68.6 cm)″
  • Starter: 120 volt/recoil

Snowblower Specifications

  • Engine
    Brand Briggs & Stratton
    Type 2 stage
    Horsepower 249cc OHV 1150 Series
    Starting System 120 volt/recoil
    Fuel Tank 2.9 qt (2.74 l)
  • Overview
    In-Dash_Headlights Standard Halogen Headlight
    Heated_Handles Optional
    Weight 228 lb (103.4 kg)
    Consumer_Warranty 3-Yr Limited
    Commercial_Warranty 90-Day Limited
  • Axle System
  • Drive System
    Drive Disc-O-Matic™
    Forward_Speeds 6 forward
    Reverse_Speeds 2 reverse
    Tire_Type Directional Snow Tread
    Tire_Size 15" x 5" (38.1 x 12.7 cm)
    Skid_Shoes Reversible
  • Chute
    Material XS Aluminum
    Chute_Rotation 2.5x Ice Drill
    Turning_Radius 200°
    Max_Throwing_Distance 3'–50' (0.9–15.2 m)
  • Auger
    Clearing Width 27" (68.6 cm)
    Clearing Height 21" (53.3 cm)
    Material All steel
  • Impeller
    Diameter 14"
    Profile Steel 3 blade

Snowblower Reviews

  • Disappointed
    By Joe Medeiros(Owner), Jan. 19, 2013
    I've had a Trybilt snowblower for 15 years but it broke down this winter and the parts are not available to fix it. So I did some research and bought this machine based on the reputation of the company and the reviews I read.

    After two small snowfalls (5" and 3"), I am totally disappointed. This machine has a release that allows the user to disengage the left wheel to make it easier to turn the machine. Seems like a great idea but it doesn't work well. It doesn't engage the wheel which means the machine gets stuck even in three inches of snow...the right wheel spins and the left wheel won't engage. I bought it from a local dealer and they came to fix the problem after the first snowfall. But I had the same problem on the second use. In addition it would not start with the hand pull on the second use. I had to use the electric start to get it started.

    I can't compare to any other machines currently on the market but it's totally disppoining compared to my old Troybilt. I would not buy this machine again and would not recommend it.
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  • Disappointed
    By Steve(Owner), Feb. 28, 2013
    Two years ago, I purchased an Ariens Deluxe 27. I was so pleased to finally have an Ariens track machine. Almost immediately, the four bolts holding the handlebar to the body of the blower became loose to the point of losing several even after I had tightened up the bolts before use. To top it off, in order to replace the nut you have to remove much of the underbody. Big disappointment, big waste of my time. The Briggs and Stratton engine, however, is outstanding.
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  • long-term review
    By Edward Moore(Owner), Oct. 21, 2016
    I have used this Ariens for 4 winters. Had almost a 2 footer a couple of times. Really steep and off-camber driveway from Hell. Big open area needs snow thrown a long way to clear. Super reliable, always starts, no trouble. I only use no-ethanol gasoline with Stabil or Off-Season, so I don't have experience with ethanol gas. Absolutely love it. I wouldn't do it, but you could even hit the plow driver's windshield from a long way if he buries your driveway exit again each pass. So you could just loiter and counterattack when he gets here. You might have to teach the new drivers every year, but they would learn to back off some. Yeah, it would really be worth it. HOOrah.
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