- 1 What will replace Evinrude outboard?
- 2 What is the future of Evinrude outboard motors?
- 3 Is Evinrude outboard motors going out of business?
- 4 Why did Evinrude discontinued?
- 5 Can you still buy new 2 stroke outboards?
- 6 Are Evinrude outboards reliable?
- 7 Are Evinrude ETEC motors any good?
- 8 What happened to Johnson outboards?
- 9 Can you still get parts for Evinrude outboard motors?
- 10 How many hours will an Evinrude Etecs last?
- 11 When did they stop making 2 stroke outboards?
- 12 Did Evinrude sell out to Mercury?
- 13 Do Evinrude make 4 strokes?
What will replace Evinrude outboard?
BRP Discontinues Evinrude Outboard Engines, Signs Agreement with Mercury Marine. Valcourt, Quebec, BRP (TSX: DOO; NASDAQ: DOOO) announced today it has re-oriented its marine business by focusing on the growth of its boat brands with new technology and innovative marine products.
What is the future of Evinrude outboard motors?
Evinrude motors parent company, Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP), announced last week that it would discontinue manufacturing of its Evinrude E-TEC and E-TEC G2 outboard engines. Instead, the company will focus on growing its boat brands and developing technology and innovation of other marine products.
Is Evinrude outboard motors going out of business?
We will discontinue production of Evinrude E-TEC and E-TEC G2 outboard engines. Following our decision to discontinue E-TEC and E-TEC G2 outboard engines, we have signed an agreement with market leader Mercury Marine to support boat packages and continue to supply outboard engines to our boat brands.
Why did Evinrude discontinued?
“Our outboard engines business has been greatly impacted by COVID-19, obliging us to discontinue production of our outboard motors immediately. This business segment had already been facing some challenges and the impact from the current context has forced our hand,” BRP president and CEO José Boisjoli stated.
Can you still buy new 2 stroke outboards?
Yamaha and Mercury have stopped producing direct-injection 2-stroke outboards (Tohatsu still builds a few), but the latest-generation 4-strokes weigh the same as 2-strokes and offer the latest digital advances.
Are Evinrude outboards reliable?
If we step back and take an objective look at the motor’s history, reliability has been very, very good. Not great, but very, very good. For the most part, the engine has always started reliably, and runs like a clock.
Are Evinrude ETEC motors any good?
Evinrude’s New E-TEC 150 Is the Most Efficient Boat Engine We’ve Ever Seen. If you, like me, enjoy nerding out on outboard motors, then prepare to indulge your inner marine-propulsion geek with this news of Evinrude’s new 150-horsepower E-TEC G2. With outboards, they’re pretty much all reliable these days.
What happened to Johnson outboards?
OMC filed for bankruptcy on 22 December 2000. It has been owned since 2001 by the Canadian firm Bombardier Recreational Products. Bombardier stopped selling outboards under the Johnson brand after 2007, and moved all sales entirely to Evinrude Outboard Motors until they were discontinued in June 2020.
Can you still get parts for Evinrude outboard motors?
Yes, we will continue to supply customers service parts as needed and honor our manufacturer limited warranty coverage and extended service contracts.
How many hours will an Evinrude Etecs last?
Generally they saw about 800 hours. So for the last four years they have been replacing those etecs with Yamaha 4 strokes and are having great results (no issues).
When did they stop making 2 stroke outboards?
In 2004, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) put an end to the 2-strokes dominance by enacting stricter limits on pollutants, and then in 2007, making the restrictions even stricter.
Did Evinrude sell out to Mercury?
Evinrude Discontinued; Mercury Marine Enters Agreement with BRP as Primary Engine Supplier. As a result, BRP will discontinue production of the Evinrude ETEC and ETEC-G2 engines effectively immediately.
Do Evinrude make 4 strokes?
Evinrude E-TEC is the best of both technologies. It provides the quiet, efficiency and cleanliness many customers associate with the 4-stroke outboards, combined with the torque, throttle response, quick acceleration and raw power associated with the 2-stroke outboard.