Extended engine life
SeaPro engines, with robust high displacement and low-weight design, deliver the performance required by commercial users and provide three times the engine durability as recreational engines. All SeaPro engines feature higher-durometer upper mounts that help extend engine life and decrease lifecycle costs. “Mercury’s newest mid-range FourStroke outboard engines have already developed a reputation as the best four-stroke outboards for commercial applications in their categories,” said Marty Bass, vice president of Mercury category management.
“With SeaPro we have taken theses engines to the next level of reliability and durability with outstanding performance. That translates to increased ‘up-time’ and better business performance for commercial operators. Additionally, these engines deliver the outstanding fuel economy that is inherent to four-stroke technology.” Mercury’s larger Command Thrust gearcase, which creates a bigger footprint in the water and provides more leverage to control the boat, is standard on the 75, 90 and 115hp SeaPro models. Its larger torpedo, combined with a bigger-diameter prop, can lift a heavy boat onto plane more easily and hold it there at lower speeds without impacting top speed.
Over 75 years of experience
Mercury is the leader in four-stroke technology with the most modern and the broadest range of four-stroke outboards in the industry. With over 75 years of dedication, passion and innovative engineering invested in the advancement of marine engines, Mercury is committed to improving boating for everyone. Mercury's brand portfolio includes Mercury outboard engines; propellers; Mercury Inflatable boats; SmartCraft electronics and Quicksilver parts and oils.
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