Cypress, CA (3/5/2008)
EF4500iSE Generator - Perfect for all
your ATV Trips
Motor Corporation, U.S.A., announces the newest
generator model to join their elite, ever-growing
lineup: the EF4500iSE.
This model is a mid-size portable generator,
the big brother to Yamaha's most popular EF3000iSEB.
Perfect for camping and RVing, the EF4500iSE
is Yamaha's most powerful inverter generator
- capable of running an RV air conditioner,
microwave oven and more all at the same time
The EF4500iSE is designed for less noise and
better fuel economy. It has the most powerful
engine in its class, allowing for very low engine
speed of 2,600 rpm - that's 1,000 rpm lower
than comparable generators - which reduces fuel
consumption, noise, vibration and engine wear.
"The EF4500iSE engine is quiet and fuel-efficient,"
said Colin Iwasa, power equipment sales manager
at Yamaha. "The 357cc Yamaha 4-stroke OHV
engine was certified to the most stringent California
Air Resources Board Tier III exhaust emission
regulations and durability levels."
Thanks to Yamaha's Pulse Width Modulation inverter
system, the power generated by the EF4500iSE
is suitable to run satellite TV systems, computer
and other sophisticated electronic appliances.
"The EF4500iSE provides Rvers with the
comforts and pleasures of electricity in a quiet
easy-to-use package," said Iwasa. "Electric
start and automatic choke makes starting easier
than falling out of bed, and if you don't want
to get out of bed use the optional wireless
remote to start and stop the generator from
up to 66 feet away."
In addition, the EF4500iSE boasts features
like an easy-to-transport four-wheeled base,
a fuel level gauge and an oil warning system
to prevent engine damage.
Yamaha's EF4500iSE retails for $3199.00 and
will be available for purchase in early April
at a local Yamaha generator dealer near you.
To find the closest location, visit www.yamaha-motor.com
or call 1-800-88-YAMAHA.
Yamaha ATVs and SxS vehicles are designed, engineered
and built tough! Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A.
headquarters are located in Cypress, California.
For more information on Yamaha, visit yamaha-motor.com.
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