Yanmar Launch New Products at Miami
Yanmar introduced a number of new engines to expand their digitally controlled 40 to 440 mhp line-up at this year’s Miami International Boat Show.
The new 3JH40 is the world’s smallest CR inboard marine diesel engine, and with an output of 40mhp it is designed to enable a new category of smaller leisure boat owners and commercial vessel operators to benefit from the efficiency and performance advantages associated with the most recent electronically managed CR fuel-injection technology.
Following the 2017 introduction of the 150, 170 and 195 mhp units to their new 4LV Series of CR engines, Yanmar have now added the two highest-power engines, the 230 and 250 mhp versions, to complete the five-engine range.
Yanmar’s common-rail engine range is complemented by a choice of Yanmar controls, which now includes the new JC20 joystick system for enhanced manoeuvring solutions. It enables precise joystick manoeuvring for twin straight shaft drive engine installations in combination with a bow thruster.
For further information visit www.yanmar.com.