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Hyundai rolls out new diesel-engine models

Hyundai SeasAll recently unveiled two new diesel models - the U125 and the H420 - at the Korea International Boat Show, and both are expected to be available in the United States next year.

The new engines expand Hyundai SeasAll’s range up and down from the currently available 170- and 250-horsepower offerings.

Both engines will be on display in November at METS in Amsterdam and will be available for sale in Asia and Oceania late this year and in the European market by March.

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