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Yamaha Expands F25 Line

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Yamaha Marine updated and expanded its F25 outboard line for 2022 with two short-shaft (15 inches) power trim and tilt models, and two models with a factory-installed tiller.

“As the lightest 25-hp model available — 2-stroke or 4-stroke — it features the highest power to weight ratio in its class,” David Meeler, new product introduction manager with Yamaha Marine Engine Systems, said in a statement. “With the addition of these new models, Yamaha adds more value and convenience to premium portable power.”

The engine manufacturer has made power trim and tilt available on short-shaft models, configured as a tiller or remote control. Also, a variable trolling RPM switch is standard on these new models, which Yamaha said will be available this spring.

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