Bombardier adds horsepower to E-Tec family

STURTEVANT, Wisc. – Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) will offer three new horsepower options in its Evinrude E-TEC family of outboard engines for the 2005 model year, the company said in a statement released yesterday.

The new engines are Evinrude E-TEC direct-injection 2-stroke outboards, available in 200, 225 and 250 hp models. A 225 HO (high output) model is also available, BRP said.

The new family of E-TEC engines feature both freshwater and saltwater configurations, and BRP said in its release that the machines “present outstanding durability and reliability in extreme environments, while offering the lowest emissions levels in the industry, a quiet signature sound and extremely low maintenance.”

“BRP has a commitment to understanding boaters and we see they have been waiting years for technology like Evinrude E-TEC,” said Roch Lambert, executive vice president, Product Development, Sales and Marketing, North America. “Sales have exceeded expectations, and I’m certain it will be a long time before an E-TEC engine is built that isn’t already sold. The impressive response from boaters speaks for itself.”

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