Yamaha recently launched a pair of new four-stroke outboards for the 2014 season and both are venturing into new waters…
As we briefly discussed in this year’s Boat Buyer’s Guide, the Tohatsu Motor Corp recently joined into a partnership with Honda Motors back in August of last year and has quickly become a major player in the high-horsepower four-stroke outboard power competition.
Introduced last fall as part of an exciting lightweight family of powerful 2.1 liter four-stroke outboards, Merc’s new 115 is the largest of three siblings that is sure to find its way onto the transoms of many coastal sport fishing craft.
There’s a lot going on for Cali-based Suzuki Marine, celebrating 50 years in the USA this year with the introduction of the new DF200A 200-horsepower inline four-cylinder outboard motor leading the charge.
Mercury’s 4-stroke, 150hp outboard motor is one of the most advanced ever designed.
Honda’s new BF250 is the new flagship of the company’s proven and popular four-stroke lineup.
A seriously reliable, efficient and value packed outboard engine to consider for your fishing machine.
Meet Tohatsu America Corporation’s lightweight, four-stroke, single-cylinder 4, 5 and 6 horsepower portable outboards.
The most comprehensive guide to the 2019 outboard motor market, and a must-read for those shopping for a new or replacement boat, or upgrading their power plant.
It’s no secret that outboard-powered fishing boats are reaching new benchmarks, with some 60+ footers out there in the marketplace.
With the economy finally showing some signs of life and consumer confidence moving in the right direction, the boating industry in general and the outboard component in particular are both riding in the fast lane.
Whether you’re considering purchasing a new boat and motor or repowering an old favorite, here’s a rundown on the newest additions and innovations in the outboard power market.