The Suzuki DF2.5 portable outboard is the smallest Suzuki 4-stroke to date. Weighing just 30 pounds, the DF2.5 is the lightest Suzuki 4-stroke motor ever built. Suzuki is also proud to note that the Suzuki DF2.5 meets the rigorous EPA 2010 and CARB 3-Star Ultra Low emissions standards. A 2.5 HP single cylinder OHV 4-stroke engine, with 4.15 cu. in. displacement, generates plenty of power for small tenders and inflatables. It features easy-to-pull recoil starting with Suzuki Pointless Electronic Ignition. No battery is required for this remarkably simple and reliable system.
HUMAN ENGINEERING DELIVERS USER-FRIENDLY OPERATION
The Suzuki DF2.5 is equipped with a twist-grip throttle for easier operation from different sitting positions, and full-turn 360° steering, which is advantageous when maneuvering in tight places and also delivers superior thrust when backing. Operation is quiet and smooth, and the engine is water-cooled for increased durability and dependability.
CONVENIENCE AND ADJUSTABILITY
Steering and throttle tension adjustor systems, F-N shifting located on the starboard side just where you’d expect, and an oil level indicator conveniently located on the port side for easy oil checks.
INTEGRAL FUEL TANK
Equipped with a built-in 1.0-liter fuel tank for convenience and user friendly performance when portaging or rigging the DF2.5 to a variety of boats.
MORE CONVENIENT FEATURES
Removed from the boat, the Suzuki DF2.5 is balanced, lightweight, and easy to manage due to its large carrying handle. The integrated handle is located on the back of the engine cowling where it also assists when tilting the engine. And there’s four-position tilting for matching the outboard with individual boat and operating conditions
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY, ECONOMICAL OPERATION
Suzuki’s four-stroke technology squeezes more from every tank of fuel than a comparable two-stroke outboard. Four-stroke technology also delivers clean operation that allows the DF2.5 to gain CARB 3-Star Certification for Ultra Low Emissions by the California Air Resources Board.