Husqvarna 562 XP® G Mark II Professional chainsaw

59.8 cm³
Cylinder displacement
3.5 kW
Power output1
21.4 m/s
Chain speed at max power (m/s)
What's included
Husqvarna 562 XP® G Mark II - 970 66 36‑18


  • Nose type
    Sprocket nose
  • Spikes
  • Chain type
  • Bar length (inch)
    18 in

High-performance 60cc chainsaw for professional hardwood forestry

Husqvarna 562 XP® G Mark II is a high-performance 60cc chainsaw, designed for professional hardwood forestry. Heated handles improve comfort and grip. For use with up to 28-inch guide bar. When you want the power of a large saw in a slim and agile body, this is one of our best petrol chainsaws. Featuring AutoTune 3.0 with Simple Start Technology, this chainsaw always starts easily and runs optimally in all conditions. The high-rev 60cc X-Torq® engine makes felling, limbing and bucking hardwood and large conifers easy.
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Art no: 970 66 36‑18
Chain speed at max power (m/s)21.4 m/s
Cylinder displacement59.8 cm³
Power output1
3.5 kW
Recommended bar length, min38 cm
Chain pitch3/8"
Recommended bar length, max70 cm
Chain typeC85
Bar length45 cm
Bar length (inch)18 in
Weight (excl. cutting equipment)6.1 kg
Sound and noise
Sound pressure level at operators ear107 dB(A)
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA)118 dB(A)
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) rear handle4.5 m/s²
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) front handle4 m/s²
Exhaust emissions (CO₂ EU V)2
778 g/kWh
Owner support
Manuals, handbooks, spare parts, guides, and related information for 562 XP® G Mark II can be found in the product support.
Product support for 562 XP® G Mark II
  • 1Power output: Net power rating as per ISO 7293, at specified RPM
  • 2Exhaust emissions (CO₂ EU V): This CO2 measurement results from testing over a fixed test cycle under laboratory conditions a(n) (parent) engine representative of the engine type (engine family) and shall not imply or express any guarantee of the performance of a particular engine.