In this article, we will try to discuss about the Generac GP6500.
We have discussed about Generac inverter generators and really they are the best models in the market.
One thing we noticed during reviewing Generac’s models, this brand provides such good generators in the market.
Generac made some different designs and styles, even modern style models that are available in the market.
We saw its few models are very popular in the market and many people liked them.
Today, we’re not talking about its inverter generator because we picked a generator from the Generac that has the best reputation in the market.
Although Generac is a very famous brand in manufacturing heavy-duty and stand-by generators.
While the Generac GP6500 is not a standby generator but even also it is not small that cannot handle your heavy load.
We chose this model so that we can know about its performance because many people want to purchase this.
So here we try to know about Generac GP6500 features. How does this generator perform?
Let’s find its all features.
What I like in Generac GP6500?
Although we know that the Generac 6500 is not a standby generator but it is still the best alternative if you’re looking for a 30 amps generator for RV trips or households.
This model has different volts and amps outlets, even though you can run a high power tool since it has a 30 amps 120/240 volts outlet.
Also, four 20 amps 120 volts GFCI outlets, I think these outlets are enough to run our large size home appliance.
To make it the best alternative to run home appliances, it is fitted with a 389 cc 4-stroke overhead valve engine. This engine is not a small engine because it provides 6500 rated watts and 8125 surge watts.
This engine has a low oil sensor that detects the oil when the generator has finished its oil. However, this safeguard guard doesn’t allow the generator to run on low oil. Now your investment is safed in the market.
You’re allowed to run lights, fans, refrigerators, AC, micro wave, washing machine, etc.
EPA & CARB
I’m very amazed by this model because it comes with an average price and I was not expecting with it that it’ll be EPA CARB certified.
No matter if you have a plan to run this model in a public place since it comes with EPA & CARB certified. People are saved from this model’s smoke this is why you’re allowed to use the generator in public places.
To be honest, Generac has modern style models but they still come with an average price tag so that everyone has a limit to purchasing them.
However, you can purchase this model for under 800$, while you can’t a good performance model in this price.
Long Run Time
The Generac GP6500 has a massive run time, I am very glad to see its long run time.
This can easily run for more than 10 hours at 50% load but it takes lots of gasoline. That means you’ll have 3250 watts for at least 10 hours to run multiple appliances.
The Fuel tank holds at least 6.9 gallons of gasoline to power you for 10 hours.
Generac gives a long time period warranty since this model comes with 3 years consumer warranty and 1 year commercial warranty. This warranty is enough to satisfy any customer.
Easy to Transport
Maybe its weight is heavy for you but the wheels and a handle make it easy to move the generator to any side.
This is an amazing thing that you can take your heavy generator with you at anywhere you want to go.
Really the portable design deserves to appreciate that makes a large generator like a small machine.
What I don’t like in Generac GP6500?
According to my opinion, one thing that is very bad about this generator is it doesn’t have an electric start option. This means you’ll have only one option for starting this model. Sometimes it is very hard to start a heavy generator hence my opinion is that every large size generator has an electric start button.
Another bad thing that I noticed is it is not a fuel-efficient model because it holds 6.9 gallons of gasoline and runs for a short time period.
I think it should take 5 gallons of gasoline to run 10 hours.
Also, its noise level is a little bit loud, it might generate at least 81 dba noise level on 50% load.