Exclusive product launches, industry-leading technology and commercially-ready outboards brought to you by Suzuki at the PSP Southampton Boat Show

The Suzuki DF200A.

The Suzuki DF200A.

Suzuki’s entire range – from the lightweight and portable DF2.5 to the award-winning power of the flagship DF300AP – will be displayed across its land and water exhibits at the PSP Southampton Boat Show.

Suzuki will also be previewing its latest new models the DF200A and the DF200AP, which are based on a totally new and light weight four cylinder engine giving an outstanding power to weight ratio. The AP model also benefits from keyless ignition – another world first for Suzuki.

There is a Suzuki outboard to suit most requirements, whether it be for a small, transportable flood relief boat or a large patrol RIB and some of the key reasons why Suzuki outboards are ideal for safety, rescue and patrol boats are listed below:

Ease of maintenance and less down-time

The fact that outboards are on the transom rather than installed in the boat allows easy and quick access for regular servicing and maintenance, which will help keep costs and down-time to a minimum. Suzuki’s national dealer network means that there will be a service centre near you.

Suzuki’s innovative new DF25A

Suzuki’s innovative new DF25A

Light weight

Many of Suzuki’s four stroke outboards are the lightest in their particular horsepower class as well as being comparable to equivalent 2-stroke outboards. For example, Suzuki’s innovative new DF25A and DF30A with battery-less fuel injection and Lean Burn Fuel Control are the same weight as a competitor’s 30hp 2-stroke model. The PSP Southampton Boat Show will be the public’s first opportunity to test the new DF25A and DF30A models.

Quiet operation

All Suzuki four stroke outboards are incredibly quiet and easy to use. This means that using them very quickly becomes second nature and communication with other personnel or passengers is not hindered by excessive noise.

Outstanding power to weight ratio

Lightweight and compact, Suzuki’s market-leading outboards deliver plenty of low-end torque, instant throttle response, smooth acceleration and market leading top-end speed, whilst large diameter propellers aid low speed

Market-leading fuel efficiency

One of the key technologies that makes Suzuki outboards popular with commercial operators is Lean Burn Fuel Control. This technology delivers the optimum fuel/air mixture to the engine over a wide rev range and is designed to save fuel and money. For example both the new DF300AP and DF140A Lean Burn models are 14{b782e6485bad54f4d4eef610261c499b39e6ceae36370d8b5dbb547d38ca2d22} more fuel-efficient than their predecessors.


Advanced, robust and proven, Suzuki outboards will deliver the power you need when you need it and help you make the most efficient use of your time on the water.

As well as displaying its full range of outboards and previewing its latest models, Suzuki will also be exclusively launching its new-generation digital gauges at the show. These new gauges benefit from a 3.5in colour display and NEMA 2000 connectivity amongst other high specification features.

On shore, Suzuki can be found on Stand E056 (Mayflower Park) and Suzuki’s berth numbers are M400A – M446.

50th anniversary celebrations

Suzuki has been at the forefront of outboard technology since 1965. Since then it has continued to innovate in order to bring to market the very best four stroke outboard motors, many of which now feature industry-leading technologies such as Lean Burn Fuel Control to give outstanding fuel efficiency.

In 2015, the company will be celebrating its 50th anniversary so, to mark this occasion, Suzuki will have the historic D55 on display at the show and will be giving customers a chance to participate and win fantastic prizes by running a photo competition.

Get involved

PCT_SGBM_RIB Experience Promo Image_0686_LRDuring the show Suzuki will also be offering free RIB rides via the Suzuki RIB Experience, in addition to supporting wheelchair accessible boating with Wetwheels and the Wheelyboat Trust. There will also be the chance to meet some of Suzuki’s British and World Superbike team riders at various points throughout the show, so be sure to keep following the company’s Facebook page for the latest information. Of course there is also the Suzuki Marina Bar where you can enjoy some liquid refreshment and watch the latest video footage.

So why not come and find out more. Visit the stand for a coffee and to speak to a member of the team or visit www.suzuki-marine.co.uk for further information about Suzuki’s range of outstanding outboard motors.