Suzuki DF350A is the most powerful ever produced by the Japanese manufacturer

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Stern platform of the Fiart 35 Seawalker with two Suzuki DF350A outboards
Stern platform of the Fiart 35 Seawalker with two Suzuki DF350A outboards

Powerful, quiet, with a keen eye for fuel economy. When Suzuki Marine launches a new engine, it leaves nothing to chance, and so it is with the Japanese manufacturer’s latest addition. We are talking about the most powerful outboard ever produced by Suzuki, namely the new Suzuki DF350A . A unit capable of unleashing the power of as much as 350HP, representing in many ways the state of the art in terms of technology and design, a new milestone in the field of “outboard” marine thrusters.

Suzuki DF350A

It is a Suzuki outboard with a V6, 4-stroke architecture, Suzuki’s largest also in terms of cubic capacity, coming in at 4.4 Liters, and took about three years to build and fine-tune.

This outboard also carries a double counter-rotating propeller, an element that characterizes these marine outboards as 4x4s of the sea. In fact, the double propeller sets this engine apart in the market and provides a first-class grip to water. In this sense it is the issue of power is matched by truly top-notch maneuverability and efficiency.

Suzuki DF350A
Suzuki DF350A

We have put great energy into this new project, and we are confident that the market will react with great enthusiasm to its debut. We studied with interest the new market trend of large boats installing outboard engines, especially in the area of models with center consoleexplains Yasuharu Osawa, executive general manager, Global Marine & Power Products Operation of Suzuki Motor Corporation.

Outboard Suzuki DF350A

“It wasthen inspiring to witness the concomitant growth in the market’s, shipowners’, preference for outboard engines,” Mr. Osawa pointed out. on boats that until now were powered only by inboard or inboard-outboard. We believe, therefore, that the time is ripe for this new product and we are confident that it will be highly appreciated for its peculiarities!“.

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