What is the future of Evinrude outboard motors?
We will discontinue production of Evinrude E-TEC and E-TEC G2 outboard engines. Our Sturtevant, WI, facility, will be repurposed for new projects to pursue our plan to provide consumers with an unparalleled experience on the water.
Do Evinrude still make outboards?
OUR EVINRUDE CUSTOMERS We are proud to have supplied you with outboard engines over the past 110 years. For business reasons, we have made the difficult and thoughtful decision to discontinue manufacturing of our outboard engines to focus on the next generation of propulsion.
Will Evinrude be back?
We have no plan to bring back the production of outboard engines E-TEC and E-TEC G2. Q: Will you sell the brand or the technology of your Evinrude engines? BRP: Evinrude has a long history and we will maintain the trademark. At this point, we have no intention of selling the brand or the technology of Evinrude.
Will Evinrude still honor warranty?
Does my Evinrude engine remain under warranty? Yes, we will continue to supply customers service parts as needed and honor our manufacturer limited warranty coverage and extended service contracts.
Why is Evinrude discontinued?
BRP announced Wednesday, May 27 it was discontinuing production of its Evinrude motors, manufactured in Sturtevant, Wis. Our outboard engines business has been greatly impacted by COVID-19, obliging us to discontinue production of our outboard motors immediately.
When did Evinrude outboards go out of business?
2003 Evinrude Outboard MotorsTypeSubsidiaryDefunct2003HeadquartersSturtevant, Wisconsin, United States & Montreal, Quebec, Canada.ProductsOutboard motorParentBombardier Recreational Products3 more rows
Are 2 strokes being banned?
Two-stroke outboards are not banned Only carburettor-based outboard motors will be banned starting July 1, 2019. Along with the four-stroke varieties, these modern outboard engines are cleaner, quieter, and more economical than the old motors.
Which Yamaha outboard is the most reliable?
According to FishTalk magazine, the Yamaha F150 produced after 2005 is often considered “one of the most reliable four-stroke outboards ever produced.”