Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR Review

Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR Review Summary

Best Gas Powered Snow Blower


  • 212cc OHV 4-Cycle Engine.
  • Helical Auger Technology
  • Gas powered.
  • Automatic steering
  • Max clearing Width 24".
  • Max clearing Depth 18".
  • Max Throw Distance 40ft.

Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR Specifications

Power Source

Gas Powered

Maximum Throw Distance

40 Feet

Plowing Capacity

2500 pounds/Second

Clearing Width

24 Inches

Clearing Depth

18 Inches

Power Output


LED Lights





117 lbs

Wheel Size

11 Inches

Dimensions LxWxH

52 x 25.4 x 42.5 Inches

Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR Review

Are you in dire need of a snow blower? Have you been searching for the right product? Well, in such a case, you have landed up in the right place. We understand the need for snow blowers. Snow shovels are great in clearing snow from stairs or walkways, but a snow blower is necessary for driveways and wide areas.

Have you heard of the snow master series of the Toro family? Their snow blowers are much more powerful and user-friendly. They deliver the perfect power required to drive away from snow from the roads and the driveways.

It is time to introduce you to an impeccable Toro snow master family member: Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR. This 24-inch machine has a unique spiral design that differentiates it from others. Though a single-stage one, the machine is ten times faster than the two-stage snowblowers because of this feature.

Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR Features

1. Personal Pace

Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR has its own personal pace self-propelled drive system. That means, when you are blowing the snow off, with just a simple push on the handle, the drive wheel will speed up at the desired pace. The more you push, the throttle relaxes more, and it keeps picking up the pace.

In simple words, it moves at your walking speed automatically. It synchronizes the speed of the machine with your speed of walking. The integrated automatic steering enables the machine to take fast, and easy hairpin turns.

You don't have to bother about shifting gears, levers, or triggers. You have to be a little careful in steep driveways.

2. Throwing Distance

A snow blower under normal conditions throws snow the farthest if it is a multi-stage snow blower. Several variables determine this throwing distance, like the impeller diameter, impeller kit, chute rotation, top pulley, and rpm. You'll be surprised to know that this model, though a single-stage one, throws a stone to a distance of 40 feet.

Heavier snow will have a less throwing distance.

3. 212cc OHV 4-Cycle Engine

Toro Snowmaster 724 QXE is fitted with a 212cc OHV 4-Cycle Engine, and this model includes this too. This is not coupled with an electric start option. You don't need to mix oil and gas. This engine is very durable.

4. Helical Auger Technology

Though this machine is a single-stage blower, it behaves like a two-stage blower. It spins 10 times faster than the two-stage ones to add to your wonders. The 10-inch auger fitted inside uses a unique spiral design. It has a steel construction.

What does it mean?

It means that you can break heavy, wet snow and throw it out of the chute. The outer edges chew the snow and bring it to the middle part. The middle of the center part throws the snow out of the machine. It does all of these without an impeller. Thus, the snow doesn't get thrown to long distances.

5. Snow removal per minute

This special model from Toro has a 24-inch clearance. It has an intake capacity of 18 inches of height and might find some difficulty dealing with heavy snow in a single pass, but it works amazingly on light snow. It has a snow removal capacity of 2500 pounds per minute. How? The auger rotates very fast, and thus, lighter snow is taken in at a very fast pace.

6. Lightweight

This model of the Toro family is light in weight. Though it is very easy and fast to operate this machine, thanks to the automatic steering, this machine is not recommended for too heavy snow owing to its lightweight. It does not have enough strength to push heavy snow. If you use it for heavy snow, have patience and don't hurry.

7. Chute

The chute disappoints a bit. Most of the Toro Snow Blowers are fitted with joystick chute adjustment. Both vertical and horizontal discharge directions can be modified in such cases. But this model lacks a joystick.

This model has a manual hand crank. It becomes very difficult to deal with the hand crank. It becomes difficult to operate it from behind.

8. Automatic steering

This is fitted with an automatic steering option. Wondering what that is? When you turn, the inner wheels will automatically lock, which allows you to turn it easily. Thus, this eliminates the use of levers used in the traditional ones. This model is quite updated, correct?

9. Warranty

This model comes with a 3-year warranty. Guess what? You can avail of lifetime warranties of the deflector and the chute.

Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR Unboxing and Assembly

Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR User Manual

You will be receiving a detailed user manual while purchasing a Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR. If you want, you can also check out the user manual from the company's official website. This user manual will have a complete guide on the different parts of this Snow blower and how to assemble it easily.

If you wish to check out the official user manual of this Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR, click here.

Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR Accessories

Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR Review
Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR Review


We understand that your time is precious. We know how important a snow blower is to you. We know that snow shovels are time-consuming, and when a heavy snowstorm hits, you won't want to hurt your back shoveling.

Thus, we have reviewed this model of Toro and provided you with a detailed analysis of it. To summarize in a few words, this single-stage snow blower is as powerful as double-stage snow blowers with a condition: you have to deal with light and medium snow to avail of full benefits.

Hopefully, this Toro SnowMaster 724 ZXR Review gave you the required insights you were looking for. 

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I am Tim, a weather enthusiast who loves to watch hurricanes and all other harsh weather conditions. I studied B.Sc(Meteorology) at the University of Miami. With excellent knowledge of Weather Forecasting, Meteorology, and Environmental Science, I am currently working in San Francisco as a Meteorologist. Also, I am a member of The Weather Channel and AccuWeather. In this blog, I will write a detailed review of Weather instruments that you need for survival and other activities.