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Toro's innovative features set us apart from the competition. Finding the right snow blower starts with asking the right questions. Understanding your driveway type and size, choosing the right stage snow blower and selecting the right options will help you be ready for anything winter throws at you. Click here to help determine the best snow blower for your needs.

Power Shovel

Easy to maneuver, convenient, cordless and complete snow clearing. Click to Shop Now.

Single Stage

Tackle paved driveway, walkway and patio jobs in no time. Click to Shop Now.

Two Stage

Clear wide paths with speed and ease on any surface type. Click to Shop Now.


Commercial-grade features and durability to tear through the roughest snow and ice in record time. Click to Shop Now.

Flex Force 60V Battery

Low maintenance, quiet battery power that’s ready when you are. Click to Shop Now.

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Toro’s powerful 4-cycle OHV engines give you the power to slice through snow for as long as you need it. Click to Shop Now.


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How-to Buy the Best Snow Blower for You

When you buy a Toro snow thrower product of any kind, you’ve chosen something that will help you control snow coverage for years to come. Choosing the right product for your needs is the big question you might need help answering.

Toro has Single-Stage, Two-Stage, and Crossover Snow Blowers to choose from. These types account for different features and capabilities that you may need for your property. For more details on the differences on these products, see our blog, How to Choose the Best Snowblower.

Up above, on this page, you can see a breakdown of surface type, slope grade, and driveway size as key considerations, yet there are some more details to think about. Here are some more items that are important when choosing snowblower products.

Coverage Area

There are different ways to consider how much snow you’re removing, such as cars per driveway, snow depth, square footage, and surface types. Whatever the need you have, know that the clearing width, engine power, and stage type are the most impactful factors to clearing the area of snow.

If you only have a small area, such as a patio or steps that need to be cleared, a power snow shovel could be all you really need. Single stage machines are great for small driveways, crossovers good for medium sized areas, and for large parking area, think of the two-stage snow blowers.

Start type

To make the snow clearing process as easy as possible, you can go with a simple button-push electric start snow blower – available for both electric and gas powered engine models – or a pull cord start. Toro offers the Guaranteed-to-Start promise in 1 or 2 pulls on non-electric start machines.

Engine type

Choosing either electric or gas engines for your snow blower will deliver powerful reliability when choosing from the Toro snow blower lineup, but there is a wide variety of options with the gas selection. Full selection ranges from a 15 amp electric snow blower to a 420 cc commercial-grade engine. The more powerful the engine, the faster you can make work of clearing the latest snowfall.


Features available for snow blowers range from wheel type (rubber tires or tracks) to telescoping handle, frame construction, and a weather-shielding snow cab.

Storage space

Storing your Snow Blower is an important consideration for convenience and off-season utility. Plan out how much space you need, so that the snow blower is in a location that is easily accessible for quick retrieval when the snow falls and fits your chosen blower size for both the winter and summer months.