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New Engine Targets High Performance
At the 2019 ARA Show, the American Rental Association's annual convention and trade venue for the equipment and event rental industry, Honda Engines has introduced the all-new, high-output Honda GX50, expanding the company’s Mini-Four Stroke lineup with a more powerful model. Joining the Honda GX25 and Honda GX35 Mini-Four Stroke models, the new GX50 incorporates a higher displacement, making it an ideal power match for demanding rental, industrial, construction and professional landscape applications. Available now, the versatile Honda GX50 brings its light weight, compact design, easy starting and excellent fuel efficiency to power products ranging from brush cutters to rammers and vibrators to concrete screeds, post drivers and winches. Key takeaways:
- The all-new Honda GX50 general-purpose engine expands the company’s Mini-Four Stroke lineup with a model that offers high output and light weight—extending into more demanding commercial and rental applications with excellent fuel efficiency.
- The new engine, for sale to power equipment OEMs, is quieter and features reduced vibration over a comparable two-stroke engine, pairing greater user comfort with top-class performance.
- With low emissions and excellent fuel efficiency, the all-new Honda GX50 Mini-Four Stroke engine incorporates an easy-to-start recoil that reduces the pulling force required to start the engine.
- Featuring a compact and lightweight design, the GX50 is the first Honda four-stroke model in the two-horsepower class that is 360-degrees inclinable during operation and storage.