Honda Marine debuts redesigned outboard motors


New BF200, BF225 and BF250 V6

Honda Marine is one of the leading manufacturers of outboard motors. At the 2018 Miami Boat Show, they've unveiled the redesigned BF200, BF225 and BF250 outboard motors.

Targeting the heart of the boating market, the refreshed Honda BF200, BF225 and BF250 models mark the newest evolution in the company’s product line.


“With a new design, a new engine powering the BF200 and BF225, multiple rigging options and Honda’s legendary durability and reliability, Honda Marine delivers best-in-class power and performance from initial blast to top end speed for the new BF200, BF225 and BF250 outboard motors,” said Will Walton, assistant vice president, Honda Marine.


All three outboards debut the new Honda Progressive V Form, with aerodynamic lines and an emphasized “V” with the center grille and chrome line detail, exhibiting an elegant, aerodynamic design aesthetic. The new design also delivers boaters increased engine cover durability, better protection from water entering the engine and protection from paint chips and scrapes. The outboards are equipped with a three-latch lock and seal system and two inverted grip points that make the cover easy to remove and carry.


The technology applied to the refreshed Honda BF200, BF225 and BF250 V6 engines is derived from the very same technology that powers Honda automobiles such as the Honda Ridgeline, Honda Odyssey, and Honda Pilot.


The Honda BF200, BF225 and BF250 V6 high-power outboards are designed for users from weekend pleasure boaters to professionals who earn their living on the water. The motors are engineered to meet the requirements and needs of a broad number of boat types including pontoon, aluminum, fiberglass and even bass boats. The 2hp-250hp range, representing the heart of the boating market, accounts for approximately 90 percent of all outboard motor purchases.