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OXE Marine power rating has increased, hence why we will be launching higher power diesel variations in the near future,” says Reid. “We are already working on new models and we hope to be able to share more in- formation toward the end of the year in preparation for a 2021 launch.”

Cox began producing its CXO300 in

May, in Shoreham-by-Sea, U.K. for deliv- eries later this year. Its distributors in the

U.S. include Boatswain’s Locker on the

West Coast, Texas Diesel Outboard, Inno- vative Diesel Technology and Ring Power splitting up the South and middle Amer- ica, and Power Products in the Northeast.

Both OXE and Cox diesel outboards are pricy compared to their gasoline

Specializing in Fire / EMS / Military Boats up to 60 feet equivalents, in some cases costing up to 800-413-6351 twice as much to purchase. But the many bene?ts for commercial and government customers – including better fuel ef?- ciency, increased durability and lifespan, and improved safety (which is priceless) – may provide enough savings over time to make up the difference, and then some.

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