The common rail turbo charged diesel engine provides high efficiency and torque. This results in powerful thrust and acceleration, with the capacity to carry heavy loads. The Quick Shift Capability protects the engine from damage caused by evasive manoeuvres and allows for superior acceleration.
The OXE Diesel consumes up to 39% less fuel than a comparable modern 150hp 2-stroke outboard. Reduced fuel consumption means longer intervals between refuelling.
See how much you could save today., 'search: OXE diesel calculator'
The OXE Diesel is designed to keep life cycle costs to a minimum. Longer service intervals mean lower maintenance costs and longer operation times. Scroll down to complete our Through Life Cost Calculator and find out how much you could save by using an OXE.
The OXE Diesel combines the reliability and endurance of marine inboards with the flexibility and agility of outboard engines. The OXE Diesel Outboard range includes 125, 150, 175 and 200HP options to meet different customer specifications. A 300HP option is currently in development and due to be in production by early 2020.