– May 5, 2022 – Yamaha Marine announced today a new line of distinctive Combination analog gauges that deliver vital boat information while taking up less console space. Borrowing from the Classic and Sport analog gauge designs Yamaha introduced in 2021, these gauges offer the same choice of four distinctly different bezel and face combinations, bringing together two functions in each gauge.
“Many of today’s boaters choose analog gauges to deliver important outboard and boat information while completing the look of the boat,” said David Meeler, Product Introduction and Information Manager, Yamaha Marine Engine Systems. “These new combo gauges offer space-saving quality and performance. They are the perfect fit for boats with limited console space.”
Identical in size to Yamaha’s Classic and Sport single analog gauges, the Combination gauges feature either a 50 mph or 70 mph speedometer with an integral fuel gauge, and a 7000-rpm tachometer with a built-in trim gauge, in a standard four-inch size
The new Yamaha Analog Combination Gauge lines will be available in May of 2022. To view a video about the new line, click here
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