Who made Yanmar engines?
Yanmar was founded in March 1912 in Osaka, Japan by Magokichi Yamaoka. When the company began in 1912, it manufactured gasoline-powered engines. In 1920 the company began production of a small kerosene engine.
Where are Yanmar engines from?
Yanmar is a diesel engine and heavy equipment manufacturer founded in Osaka, Japan. Kubota was also founded in Osaka, Japan, and manufactures similar products such as engines, tractors, and excavators.
What engine is in a Yanmar?
The 4th generation custom YANMAR 6LY block is purpose built for marine applications, delivering leading and reliable performance. The 6LF engine is a compact and powerful common rail diesel engine, perfect for planing and semi-planing vessels, both recreational and light duty commercial.