Marine Engineering Services
Proven Reliability from Experience

The T4.180 is developed based on the new engines with Common Rail direct fuel injection which has been used and proven reliable on the 4x4 Land Cruiser. The T4.180 is equipped with the latest innovations put in place by Toyota in terms of clean diesel engines.
Dynamic and responsive
Handling your boat equipped with this engine is a breeze. High torque at low rpm ensures a faster hole-shot and stunning acceleration. The low rated speed of 3400 enables you to cruise at comfortably low rpm’s, reducing sound levels and fuel consumption. With this engine you can count on the most dynamic motorization with plenty of power reserve for all situations.
Ease of installation
The T4.180 mounting pattern is identical to the previous generation of 4 cylinder Toyota engines yet it is designed to fit into the smallest engine compartments.
Equipped with a hydraulic gearbox, the engine handles smooth and quiet while manoeuvring. This transmission can optionally be equipped with a Trolling Valve, which will allow you to adapt the boat speed to your fishing needs.

Common Rail Technology
This engine employs a Common Rail Fuel Injection system which stands for high torque and great fuel effi ciency. The fuel rail maintains the fuel under constant, high pressure at all times allowing very responsive and accurate fuel injection under any condition.
The common rail system combined with 4-valve cylinder heads and two balancing shafts results in unprecedented smoothness providing very quiet and virtually vibrationfree propulsion comfort.

Protecting the environment
The engine complies with the most stringent emission regulations in the world : EU-RCD, US-EPA and BSO.


Rated power* (kw/hp): 132.5/180
Rated RPM* (rpm): 3400
Displacement (cm3/in3): 2982/181.97
Number of cylinders: 4 in line
Bore & Stroke (mm): 96 x 103/3.77 x 4.05
Combustion system: Common Rail (Direct)
Intake: Turbo compressor & Intercooler
Cooling : Closed cooling with heat exchanger
Dry weight with TTM40A (kg/lb): 362/798
* At engine flywheel, according to ISO 8665-1

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