When it comes to Yanmar engines, they set the global standards for industrial engines in a number of aspects. These include performance, efficiency, and the robustness of the engines. As more engines are designed, more and more innovative solutions are considered. The engines from stock can include the 3TNE68, 3TNV88, and the 3TNV88C IOPU Engine.
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What are Yanmar engines typically used in?
Yanmar engines can be found in a variety of different vehicles, including seagoing vessels, pleasure boats, agricultural and construction equipment, as well as generators.
All of which are known to be reliable and require minimal maintenance throughout the engine’s lifetime.
Are Yanmar and Kubota the same?
Whilst they were both founded in the same area of Osaka, Japan, they are in fact not the same company. Kubota was the first to be founded all the way back in 1890 whilst Yanmar begun business 22 years later in 1912.
As well as Yanmar using their engines in their own vehicles, such as mini excavators and tractors, they have also been rebranded and marketed by the well-known American Corporation, John Deere. However, Kubota only markets their own engines under their name across the U.S.
Where are Yanmar Tractors made?
All of our Yanmar tractors are manufactured at our American site in Adairsville, Georgia. This particular corporate facility spans over 500,000 square feet of manufacturing, warehouse, and office space.
Due to the manual labour involved in manufacturing tractors, there are over 200 dedicated specialists working on providing exceptional support to both our customers and the general market.