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When you buy a Yanmar diesel engine, you expect it to work. And it does. Because when we design and manufacture the engine, we take every effort to ensure it helps you do the job fast and efficiently. That is what you can trust us for. 

Worldwide Yanmar service network

First-quality Yanmar parts and service are available wherever you are and for whatever you need to do through an international network of dedicated Yanmar distributors and dealers. Thoroughly trained and fully equipped. For your convenience, you will find the Yanmar sales and service network in more than 130 countries all around the world.

1,500 Yanmar service points in Europe

In Europe, there is a vast network of more than 1.500 Yanmar distributors and dealers. They are there to help you with in-depth advice, hands-on assistance and the complete range of genuine Yanmar parts. This dedicated, skilled workforce is available to businesses, groups and individuals who own Yanmar equipment. In all Yanmar fields of use:

  • agriculture
  • construction
  • industry
  • commercial marine
  • pleasure boating
  • energy systems

Owner’s manuals, maintenance videos and technical publications for Yanmar products

Owner's manuals, maintenance videos and technical publications are not a part of this website. Please contact the distributor in your country to help you with this.

You will find all details of Yanmar distributors in Europe on the website. You are always close to Yanmar, we are ready and available. Welcome to the Yanmar family.



At YANMAR, we always want our partners and customers to be just as happy with the high quality of their engines when they leave the factory as with performance throughout their entire life cycle. Regular maintenance in accordance with factory guidelines is an important component for satisfied ownership.

An example of regular maintenance is the periodic regeneration of the diesel particulate filter (DPF). Since January 2019, the EU Stage V Emission Regulation sets stricter limits for particulate matter (PM) emissions. The DPF collects the particulate matter or soot from the exhaust gas, resulting in cleaner emissions and good operability. That soot must be burnt or disposed of periodically in order to keep the filter clean. Read here more.