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Georgia-based maker with Japanese origins shows 700cc designs
Adairsville, Georgia-based YANMAR The united states has introduced its all-new YANMAR Bull Series UTVs, which will be for sale in two designs. The standard “Bull” model has actually three chairs in a single line, together with Longhorn edition features two rows and six individual seating.
Featuring a strong 700cc class fuel engine and advanced design, the brand new UTVs is sold solely through organization’s considerable us small building equipment and farming tractor dealership network beginning in January.
“YANMAR features a lengthy record inside UTV market as an OEM manufacturer and provider of diesel motors and drive line elements to numerous well-respected brands within the UTV business, ” said Tim Fernandez, president of YANMAR America. “It’s only a natural development for YANMAR to present our personal line of energy task automobiles.”
“People all over the globe understand YANMAR as a manufacturer of this finest quality industrial and marine diesel motors, construction and agriculture gear and power system solutions, ” stated Jason Fitch, YANMAR UTV company Unit supervisor. “The Bull group of UTVs will be an extension of your quality manufacturer product line and certainly will offer our clients with another YANMAR option because of their needs.”
The UTVs’ external design of streamlined outlines and reasonably limited gold and red color scheme complements their particular effective, versatile overall performance, making them well suited for task internet sites, farming use and recreational riding.
This brand new type of services and products from YANMAR is the outcome of a cooperation with Yamaha engine Corporation as an expansion regarding the two businesses’ worldwide cooperation by which they will have worked collectively within the industries of industrial-use unmanned helicopters, generators and snow blowers.
Interested purchasers will be able to experience the brand-new Bull Series first-hand at following activities: Farm Science Review, Sept. 18-20, London, Ohio; Sunbelt Expo, Oct. 18-20, Moultrie, Georgia; and GIE+EXPO, Oct. 19-21, Louisville, Kentucky. The products additionally showed up at Empire Farm times, Aug. 9-11, in Seneca Falls, New York, and AG Progress times, Aug. 16-18, in Furnace, Pennsylvania.
YANMAR The united states Corporation, positioned in Adairsville, could be the local headquarters of Yanmar Co., Ltd. a global organization situated in Osaka, Japan. Yanmar Co. Ltd., was established in 1912, and in 1933, became the world’s first producer to develop a practical small diesel engine.