Suzuki Marine Unveils Stealth Line

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Five outboards will feature a matte black finish sure to turn some heads. 

Suzuki Marine USA will release a Stealth Line this summer, giving five Suzuki outboards a new, all matte black finish and matching chrome black graphics.

The Stealth Line (“Shinobi” in Japanese) was introduced during an invitation-only event at the 2024 Miami International Boat Show. The outboards receiving the Shinobi treatment include the DF115B and DF250A (available now) and the DF150, DF200, and DF250, which is available in early summer 2024.Img 7142w

The matte finish is a striking departure from a traditional outboard with a glossy finish. Out on the water, the matte finish didn’t spot from the saltwater at the docks in Miami.

Brandon Cerka, Suzuki Marine USA’s general manager of sales and marketing, said they received a strong response from dealers and boat-building partners.

“We know it’s going to be a big hit with customers across the country, especially within the serious fresh and saltwater anglers,” Cerka said. “With a Suzuki Stealth Line outboard on their transom, customers can dominate the water while catching plenty of envious looks from everyone.”

Underneath the cowling, the outboards deliver the same fuel efficiency and reliability boaters expect from Suzuki four-stroke outboards. The inline 4-cylinder DF115B Stealth Line outboard is perfect for small center consoles, while the big-block inline 4-cylinder DF150 and DF200 Stealth Line outboards are ideal for center consoles, bay boats and other freshwater/inshore boats. Both are offered with a 2.5:1 gear ratio.

Suzuki’s V6 Stealth Line includes the big-block DF250 Stealth (mechanically controlled) that is ideal for powering large bay boats and the DF250A Stealth (digitally controlled) for single-application bay boats.

Suzuki Marine also unveiled a Stealth Line concept version of its flagship V6 DF350AMD outboard offering dual contra-rotating propellers. Suzuki is planning a future announcement on the model.