2016 Troy-Bilt Snow Blowers – What’s New and Exciting!

2016 Troy-Bilt Snow Blowers – What’s New – and Exciting!

I normally don’t write an article on all the Troy-Bilt snow throwers.  But as I was doing research for the fall/winter of 2016 I realized that no one has ever written a comprehensive article on the brand and all the snow throwers they offer. So. This is a comprehensive list of what Troy-Bilt is offering for gas snow blowers for 2016. This story is from my perspective – not Troy-Bilt’s

What Does Troy-Bilt Snow Throwers Have New this Year?

Troy-Bilt is only offering 2 new snow throwers this year but they have changed/improved a few major parts throughout the entire line. It’s a good year to buy a Troy-Bilt.

New restyled Troy-Bilt Engines

New restyled Troy-Bilt Engines

Click on the pictures for a larger view.  

Re-styled Engines. All the engines throughout the entire line have changed. They are quieter and restyled so they easier to use.  Specifically: Larger Muffler. The new mufflers are 50% larger and a quieter than previous models. Easy Access Controls. Now, when you look over the dash at the engine you can easily see all the controls and their functions. Troy-bilt changed the labels so the operation is a lot easier to understand. The controls are angled towards you so you don’t have to bend over. New Fuel Tank. The fuel tank is no designed so it will not rust. It also has a larger fill opening. New 110v Starter Controls.  The 110v starter push button and plug are now part of the engine instead of a stick-on optional feature.

Troy-Bilt Chute Controls

Troy-Bilt Chute Controls

 New Controls. There was nothing actually wrong with the old forearm control (single joystick) control. The real problem was no one knew how to use it. For 2016 Troy-Bilt replaced it with the crank/lever system that just works.

Troy-Bilt Handle Bolts

Troy-Bilt Handle Bolts

 Stronger Handles.  Troy-Bilt always had that one plastic finger nut to hold the handles together. It was hard to turn and most of us never got the nut tight enough so that the handles didn’t have some flex in them.  Besides – what was that extra hole for? Did we get all the parts?  For 2016 Troy-Bilt has gone back to the four bolts and will use locking nuts so you can get the handles tight. This simple fix has taken all the bounce out of the handles. The handles are much stronger now but the change does require a wrench to assemble your new snow blower.

Troy-Bilt Airless Tires

Troy-Bilt Airless Tires

 New Airless Tires. Remember the old smooth snow blower tires that you must have chains on to get any traction? These are not those tires! The new tires are airless and flexible.  Troy-Bilt designed them so the middle is higher than the outer edges.  This will let the tire dig into the snow better and will offer less turning resistance when used on the solid axle snow blowers. In fact moving the snow blowers around my garage I quickly noticed that a 28 inch with the new Airless tires takes less effort to turn than a 24 inch with the deep lug snow tires. Yes, the rim is metal.

Poly Skid Shoes

Poly Skid Shoes

Poly Skid Shoes.  Steel shoes are gone. The long wearing poly skid shoes will be used throughout the entire line this year.

Troy-Bilt Heavy Duty

Troy-Bilt Heavy Duty

 New Heavy-Duty Snow Blowers. Large frame,  14 inch impeller, big metal chute, thick steel, heavy-duty gearbox.  The new heavy-duty 30 and 34 inch snow blowers have replaced the outdated 33 and 45 inch. I’ll go through the details about them at the end of this article.

The new Arctic Storm™ 34 Snow Thrower is really the “sleeper” snow blower of the year for large area clearing. Check out the video below. 

Why Buy A Troy-Bilt Snow Blower This Year?

Why The Brand: MTD owns many brand names but markets 3 primary names to the United States, Troy-Bilt, Cub Cadet and Yard Machines.  In the past the Troy-Bilt was aimed towards residential use, Cub Cadet was aimed towards farmers and Yard Machines was aimed towards the value based customer. Today though, Troy-Bilt has taken a slightly different marketing approach and is mainly sold through Lowes, and a few other select retailers like Northern Tool.

Overall, Troy-Bilt and the Troy-Bilt XP lines are good value gas-powered residential snow throwers.  That means they are not the cheapest/weakest or the heaviest-duty/most expensive on the market. As a homeowner they will give you your money’s worth and with a little maintenance last years. When sized to the amount of snow you get and the area you have to clear you can always feel good that you made the right decision in purchasing a Troy-Bilt. Troy-Bilt does not make a commercial snow blower and do not have electric snow throwers listed on their website at this time. They only market to residential owners and with the addition of the new 30 and 34 inch snow blowers for 2016 have a size that will fit just about any driveway.

Sales: The most popular and best value Troy-Bilt snow blowers are sold through Lowes and Northern Tool.  Lowes appears to focus on price so many of the Lowes machines do not have the extra features like power steering that Troy-Bilt is known for. Troy-Bilt does offer other models that have more features through smaller rural lifestyle stores, Northern Tool and Amazon Prime. Northern Tool and Amazon are sold with free shipping.

Northern Tool has been offering mail-order/online since 1981 and is one of the most well-respected companies for Rural Lifestyle and Small Business. Northern Tool and Amazon are intent on becoming two of the best online stores. I trust both companies to deliver you a great product and an even greater buying experience.

Parts – Service: Troy-Bilt has a well established parts and repair network.  You can quickly set up service or get parts through the Owner’s Center.  Both Northern Tool and Amazon are very easy to work with if you have a problem with your new machine.

Owner Reviews: Depending on the model, Troy-Bilt Snow Throwers averages 4 out of 5 stars or better at Lowes.com. The biggest complaint/issue continues to be the general lack of knowledge that owners have about using fresh fuel and storing gas engines with fuel stabilizer in the tanks. This is an industry problem  – not just a problem with Troy-Bilt. If you are not using a sealed gas can and fuel stabilizer you are just asking for problems even on brand new machines.

All Troy-Bilt gas engine snow throwers have a 4-cycle engine.  All 2-stage and 3-stage snow throwers have a throttle but do not have a fuel shut-off valve. Please use a fuel stabilizer when storing the snow blower with fuel in it.

The Complete 2016 Troy-Bilt Snow Thrower List:

My goal is to help you find the right snow blower for you. You can get the best deal but if it is on the wrong snow blower it’s a lose/lose for both you and the company you purchased it from.  Before I get to the list I would like to remind you about the snow blower facts article that will help you decide on the right type and size snow blower for you. The article will answer most of your questions about what size or type of snow blower you need for your property. Check out the FAQS page for questions like “How large of snow blower do I need?”

Note: Any model numbers you see in stores or online that do not match this list are discontinued models.  Troy-Bilt typically does not sell off discontinued models in the spring but waits until the next fall. In particular there are some previous year 45 inch models available right now.

So, here is the list of the 2016 Troy-Bilt snow blowers. You may ask any questions about these models in the comments section at the end.

Please Note: If a snow thrower is listed on Lowes.com I will try to note it here but I have no relationship with Lowes.com (U.S.) so I will not insert a link to Lowes.  I do have a relationship with lowes.ca (Canada) Northern Tool and Amazon where I make a small commission if you buy through this site.  I will give you buy links to Northern Tool and Amazon if they carry a model. My readers and I have had great luck buying through Northern Tool and Amazon but it is up to you to find the best place for you to purchase your snow thrower. 

2nd Note: Amazon carries 9 of the Troy-bilt snow throwers and offers free shipping BUT There are also another 25 private sellers who also sell on Amazon.  Those private sellers  do not have free shipping and the snow blowers do not have the Amazon A-Z guarantee. (this is not exclusive to Amazon. Many other websites use what the industry calls “endless aisle” where they stock certain items but also list similar products from other companies. Please be a savvy shopper and check twice where you are buying from.)

2016 Single Stage Troy-Bilt Snow Throwers:

Troy-Bilt offers four single stage gas snow throwers this year.  Remember, single stage snow throwers only work on hard surfaces like a black top driveway or cement sidewalk. They do work well if you have people who walk on the snow before you clean because the front rubber auger actually touches the ground. No matter what the manufacture states a single paddle snow thrower will only handle about 6 inches of snow at a time. If you get more snow than that you will have to go out in the middle of the storm and clear snow.  They also don’t work well on that frozen pile of snow the snow plow truck left you about 10 pm last night. It will clear it OK if the pile has not frozen but if it has frozen solid take a snow shovel with you to break up the snow so the snow thrower can move it for you.

  • Squall™ 210 Snow Thrower
    21″ Single-Stage Snow Thrower – 123cc Troy-Bilt Engine – E-Z Chute™ Control. About $359.99
  • The Squall™ 210 is a low powered, inexpensive snow thrower that I only recommend for people who get very little snow every year. In other words, if you can’t remember the last time you got 6 inches of snow this machine may be a good choice. If you buy it just because it’s the cheapest snow thrower you will complain about it being under powered and a bad choice for you. The Squall™ 210 snow thrower does not have electric start. The Squall™ 210E (Amazon) has electric start
  • All of the other snow throwers that Troy-Bilt offers have electric start. 
  • Squall™ 2100 Snow Thrower
    21″ Single-Stage Snow Thrower – 208cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Push Button Electric Start. About $499.99
  • The Squall™ 2100. (Buy At Amazon) Many of us in the Midwest have two snow throwers – a heavy-duty 2-stage for the blizzards and a general purpose single stage for the 4 inch and less snow falls. This is a great choice for the second snow thrower. If you feel that a single stage snow thrower is all that you need the 88780 is a good choice. The 208 cc engine has plenty of power and will realistically throw it off your 2 car wide driveway.
  • Squall™ 2160 XP Snow Thrower
    21″ Single-Stage Snow Thrower – 208cc Troy-Bilt Engine – In-Dash Headlight. About $529.99
  • The Squall™ 2160 XP. If you get a lot of 2 to 6 inch’ers and an occasional 8-10 inch snow the 88782 may be a good choice for you.  The extra power of the 208 cc engine will quickly cut through heavy, wet snow and throw it clear of your 2 car driveway.  It’s easier to use that other single stage snow throwers because the remote chute lets change the throwing direction without stopping the snow thrower and moving around to the side of the machine to move a lever. The new LED light is bright and will help you see out at the end of your driveway in the middle of the night.

2016 2-Stage Troy-Bilt Storm (Value without Power Steering) Snow Throwers

  • Storm™ 2410 Snow Thrower
    24″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 208cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Push Button Electric Start. About $599.99
  • The Storm 2410 has an engine upgrade this year. Same price but now with a 208 cc engine! Do you have an older 5 HP, 24 inch snow blower? Do you wish it had more power? This is the replacement. Short, plastic chute, good engine, no power steering or deflector control. If you have a small one or two car driveway and you don’t get a lot of snow this can be a good choice. Remember, if you buy this because it’s cheap – you won’t be happy, but if you know what this snow blower’s capabilities are it may be a good machine for you. Lowes will have these in stock.
  • Storm™ 2420 Snow Thrower
    24″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 208cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Just One Hand® Operation. About $699.99
  • Storm 2420 (Buy at Northern Tool) 31AM63P2766. (Buy at Amazon Prime) Long chute, one-hand joystick chute control, no power steering. This snow blower is a good value but does not have power steering.
  • Storm™ 2460 Snow Thrower
    24″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 208cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Airless Tires. About $699.99
  • Storm 2460 (Buy at Amazon Prime) Long chute, new better chute control, no power steering or deflector control. This snow blower is a good value but does not have power steering. The 208 cc engine has plenty of power. The long chute holds the snow better so it doesn’t blow back in your face so often. It’s listed as a compact which means it is a good residential machine if you average 60 inches of snow or less a year.  In other words, I highly recommend it for Chicago but not for Boston. It will work well for New Jersey or Long Island but not for Buffalo. Be warned, it throws snow well but it does not have some of the more expensive “creature features” that you may want. It does not have power steering, a headlight or remote deflector control. It does have poly skid shoes that won’t scratch your pavement and single hand control. Single hand control lets you rotate the chute or shift the gear selector while still moving.
  • Storm™ 2625 Snow Thrower
    26″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 243cc Troy-Bilt Engine – In-Dash Headlight. About $799.99
  • Storm 2420 (Buy at Northern Tool) 31AM63P2766. (Buy Storm 2420 at Amazon Prime) Long chute, one-hand joystick chute control, no power steering. This snow blower is a good value but does not have power steering. If you want a larger width and are a robust, healthy person this can be a good choice.
  • Storm™ 2660 Snow Thrower
    26″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 208cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Just One Hand® Operation. About $799.99 This snow blower is a good value but does not have power steering or deflector control. This snow blower is a little under powered for their size clearing heavy snow. That said, 26 inch machines have had a 208 cc engine on them for years and they have always been under powered for many people.  So I only recommend a 26 or 28 inch snow blower with the 208 cc if you want a quiet engine and you live in an area of the country that gets less than 60 inches of snow a year. These snow blowers will work well for the 2 to 10 inch snows, but 14-18 inch snows and deep drifts will take you a longer time to clear with these machines.  They are good, dependable snow blowers but under powered for areas of the country that get more than 60 inches of snow a year.If you want a larger width and are a robust, healthy person this can be a good choice.
  • Storm™ 2860 Snow Thrower
    28″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 243cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Airless Tires. About $899.99 This snow blower is a good value but does not have power steering. If you want a larger width and are a robust, healthy person this can be a good choice.

2016 2-Stage Troy-Bilt Storm (Value with Power Steering) Snow Throwers

  • Storm™ 2690 Snow Thrower
    26″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 243cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Airless Tires. About $899.99 Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • Storm™ 2690 Snow Thrower at Northern Tool. Storm 2690 at Amazon
  • Storm™ 2890 Snow Thrower
    28″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 243cc Troy-Bilt Noise Guard Engine – Airless Tires. About $999.99 Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • Storm™ 2890 Snow Thrower at Northern Tool Storm 2890 at Amazon
  • Storm™ 3090 Snow Thrower
    30″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 277cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Touch ’n Turn® Power Steering. About $1,099.99 Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • Storm™ 3090 Snow Thrower with 327 cc at Northern Tool

2016 2-Stage Troy-Bilt Storm XP (Full Featured) Snow Throwers

  • Storm™ 2690 XP Snow Thrower
    26″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 243cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Touch ’n Turn® Power Steering. About $999.99 This snow blower is 26 inches and uses a 243 cc engine. It will handle areas of the country that get 100 inches or less very well. This is a good size for a 2-car wide 100 ft long driveway. Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • Storm™ 2690 XP Snow Thrower
  • Storm™ 3090 XP Snow Thrower
    30″ Deluxe Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 357cc Troy-Bilt engine. About $1,099.99 30 inches and 357 cc engine.  I’ve used this snow blower on 14 inches of heavy snow and the engine has more than enough power. One of the features I really like about this machine is the electric joystick chute control. This control is proven “bulletproof” and the easiest chute control on the  market. No need to move your hand when you have to change the throwing direction. The control is right by your right thumb. This is one of the larger snow blowers on the market and will handle 120 inch average snowfalls well. Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  •  Storm™ 3090 XP Snow Thrower

2016 2-Stage Troy-Bilt Storm Tracker Snow Throwers

  • Tracked Snow Throwers will go places wheeled snow throwers can’t. Up slopes, clear really smooth blacktop, go over berms and clear paths.  With the Troy-Bilt tracked snow throwers you can raise the front off the ground an inch or so and clear turf and areas with larger rocks.  Troy-Bilt has had tracked snow blowers for a long time and these don’t break down. I highly recommend the Storm Tracker 2890 2-stage snow thrower for features, engine size and price.

NOTE: If you would like a track drive Troy-Bilt – don’t wait.  They usually sell out quickly every year. 

  • Storm Tracker™ 2690 XP Snow Thrower
    26″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 208cc Troy-Bilt Engine – D-Track Tires. About $1,099.99 This snow blower is underpowered for most people. But, is a very good price. Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • Storm Tracker™ 2690 XP Snow Thrower at Northern Tool
  • Storm Tracker™ 2890 Snow Thrower
    28″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 277cc Troy-Bilt engine – D-Track Tires. About $1,299.99 Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • Storm Tracker™ 2890 Snow Thrower at Northern Tool
  • Vortex™ Tracker 2890 Snow Thrower
    28″ Three-Stage Snow Thrower – 357cc Troy-Bilt Engine – D-Track Tires. About $1,599.99 Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • Vortex™ Tracker 2890 Snow Thrower

2016 3-Stage Troy-Bilt Vortex Snow Throwers

  • Vortex™ 2490 Snow Thrower
    24″ Three-Stage Snow Thrower – 277cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Just One Hand® Operation. About $1,099.99 Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • Vortex™ 2490 Snow Thrower
  • Vortex™ 2690 Snow Thrower
    26″ Three-Stage Snow Thrower – 357cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Touch ‘n Turn Power Steering. About $1,199.99 Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • Vortex™ 2690 Snow Thrower
  • Vortex™ 2890 Snow Thrower
    28″ Three-Stage Snow Thrower – 357cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Just One Hand® Operation. About $1,299.99 Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • Vortex™ 2890 Snow Thrower
  • Vortex™ 3090 XP Snow Thrower
    30″ Three-Stage Snow Thrower – 420cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Just One Touch™ Chute Control. About $1,499.99 Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  •  Vortex™ 3090 XP Snow Thrower

New 2016 High Capacity, Large Frame, Large Area 2-Stage Troy-Bilt Artic Storm Snow Throwers

The new high-capacity Troy-Bilt Artic Storm Snow Throwers are a big deal. Why?  The old 33 and 445 inch models had been around for many years. They were expensive, heavy, underpowered and very out-dated. The old 33 inch model was an OK machine but the 45 inch – was just worthless. I could go on about the mechanics in the old snow blowers not being heavy enough, etc. but you get the picture.

The new models are a complete redesign.

The new 30 and 34 inch models will give the other “heavy-duty” snow blowers a run for the money. 

  • 6 forward and 2 reverse, power-propelled speeds save time and energy, allowing you to adjust speeds to match you snow.
  • Power steering allows just about anyone who is over 5 ft 2 in who can walk and use both hands the ability to easily control a snow blower. You drive these and you don’t need to “manhandle” it to clear snow. Yes, you can use even the larger, heavy duty snow blowers with power steering.
  • A  30 or 34” clearing width and 23” intake height lets you clear more snow with each pass. Coupled with the larger engines these snow blowers are ideal for large to extra-large paved and gravel driveways and sidewalks
  • Large 14 inch front auger cuts through the snow and moves large amounts into the 14 inch impeller. There are very few snow blowers on the market with this large impeller. I expect it to throw snow a long, long, long way. The steel that makes up this new snow blower is thicker than the other Troy-Bilt models. this is a heavy duty machine.
  • Front gear box brace and full width auger shaft. This will keep the front auger running smoothly and it will handle hard packed old snow without bending the front auger. Troy-Bilt has chosen to keep the individual shear pins and the full width auger shaft.
  • One of the features I really like about this machine is the electric joystick chute control. This control has been around for a long time.  It is proven “bulletproof” and the easiest chute control on the  market. No need to move your hand when you have to change the throwing direction. The control is right by your right thumb.
  • The new chute is huge! The steel high arc chute keeps a tighter discharge pattern to increase throwing distance and trajectory
  • Handle braces (support struts) so the handles will not break over time. The snow blowers are very well-balanced.  They have just enough weight of the front so they won’t ride up in heavy snow but light enough that you can easily go over curbs and into your garage. Single hand operation eliminates starts and stops, allowing you to use the one hand for on-the-go adjustments
  • 327cc or 420cc 4-cycle OHV engine. These engines are strong and you won’t have to wait on them no matter how deep the snow.
  • I like the new engine controls a lot. The new controls are very intuitive and east to use.
  • Comes with trigger controlled Touch ‘n Turn® zero-turn steering for better maneuverability. To steer right or left just pull a trigger under the handle bar. To zero-turn just pull both triggers and spin it around in its own length. This system is very intuitive and keeps the snow blower moving in a straight line when you want it to.
  • In-dash headlight
  • 16″ x 6.5″ X-Trac tires and tool-less drift cutters are ideal for use in heavy snow conditions
  • Push button electric start allows for easy and sure starts in cold temperatures
  • Large deluxe poly Glide-Tech skid shoes keep driveway damage-free

Please Note: These snow blowers have not been rated by any of the other review sites. I will not get a chance to use one until I get some snow and that’s usually around December. But, I’ve been using and studying the design of snow blowers long enough that I will be able to give you an honest opinion of their capacity soon. I’ll write a separate review. Hint: So far I like them better than the red, tracked snow blowers that cost twice as much 🙂

Arctic Storm™ 34 Snow Thrower
34″ Two-Stage Snow Thrower – 420cc Troy-Bilt Engine – Touch ’n Turn® Power Steering. About $1,699.99

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