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Suzuki Introduces Stealth Outboards

Suzuki Stealth outboard engine

Suzuki Marine USA has unveiled the all-new 'Stealth' line of outboards for 2024.

The matte black and grey powerheads will offer boaters a unique colour scheme on their transom for those looking for a more subtle appearance.

The lineup, which will include options in 115, 150, 200, and 250 horsepower, will have a matte black cowling with matching 'chrome black' graphics.

Suzuki first announced a new line of 4-stroke outboards and the introduction of drive-by-wire tech in 2021 to major acclaim. They subsequently added a new high-performance 250 hp outboard in 2022 which marked the beginnings of what has become a new Stealth lineup.

The company has also made gains in both economy and fuel efficiency thanks to recent successes in long-distance eco-fuel testing with their smaller outboards.

The announcement was first made at the recent Miami International Boat Show and outboards are now beginning to flow to dealers for the 2024 season.

“This was undoubtedly our biggest, boldest, and best attended Miami Boat Show press event ever,” said Brandon Cerka, Suzuki Marine General Manager Sales & Marketing in a press release.  “I want to thank the entire Suzuki Marine team for getting behind the Stealth spirit and making this an event that everybody will remember."

"We’ve certainly set a high bar for future boat shows,” he added.

The DF115B Stealth will carry an inline 4-cylinder engine and will cater to small to midsize recreational dayboats and fishing boats.

The DF150 and DF200 will carry a big block 4-cylinder and will be able to power midsize dayboats, center consoles, and inshore and offshore fishing boats.

The DF250 Stealth will carry a big block V6 and will match with medium to large size boats in a variety of platforms from recreational, to fishing, to performance, and beyond.

According to Suzuki, the DF250 was designed specifically to power tournament bass boats, large flat boats, performance pontoons and even ski boats. It will have two variations -- the DF250 and DF250A -- for both mechanically controlled and digitally controlled configurations. The DF250 also features a new lower unit gear case and an asymmetrically designed skeg to improve efficiency through the water and improve steering.

All 5 new engines will be available with either 20" or 25" shafts and come with Suzuki's 5 year limited factory warranty.

The DF115B and DF250A Stealth outboards are available now while the DF150, DF200, and DF250 options will be available for summer 2024 in the United States.

You can get the first look at the new Stealth lineup in action in the video below:

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