Mercury Outboard Engines

If you’re looking for clean, quiet, reliable power, nothing performs like a Mercury outboard engine. No other engines offer the same combination of smooth, smoke-free operation; proven technology and unparalleled corrosion resistance. No other engines offer the same heritage of race winning power.

 

Four-stroke EFI
By combining Mercury’s four-stroke combustion process with the proven, powerful performance of electronic fuel injection, traditional horsepower limitations are surpassed, helping you to go further and faster than ever before. Like all the Mercury four-strokes, every EFI four-stroke offers the same smooth, smoke-free operation whether you’re trolling or at full-throttle. With almost 40% better fuel economy and 90% fewer emissions than comparable two-strokes, its no wonder Mercury four-strokes are the power choice for serious boaters.

 

Two-stroke

The legendary direct fuel injected OptiMax technology that combines awesome acceleration and staggering top-end speed with clean, quiet, fuel-saving operation is the perfect choice for almost any use.

The ‘next generation’ engines feature new styling and even lower sound levels.

 

Verado Supercharged Four-stroke

From the proven six-cylinder to the new four-cylinder, Verado delivers pinned-to-the-seat power and the quietest, smoothest performance outboard ever built.

Verado is not simply a powerful engine – it’s a completely integrated propulsion system that improves the way your boat handles on the water. Its combination of sophistication and strength has already made Verado the power choice of serious powerboat users everywhere.

The combination of SmartCraft Digital Throttle & Shift, engine-saving advanced self-diagnostic systems and electro-hydraulic power steering delivers incomparably smooth shifts, superb handling and a level of helm control and confidence previously unimagined.

 

Contact us.

Viking Marine

Kilcoole Industrial Estate,
Kilcoole,
Co. Wicklow.
T: +353 1 2811168 

boats@vikingmarine.ie

Contact the Shop.

Viking Marine

The Pavilion,

Dun Laoghaire,

Co. Dublin.

T:+353 1 2806654

 

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