Advertisement

Mercury Verado 250 Pro FourStroke

The motor is available with a 20- or 25-inch shaft...

January 28, 2011
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email
100-0211gear_mercury.jpg

Mercury Marine says its Verado 250 Pro FourStroke should please anglers who want a more advanced, refined and enjoyable ride from a performance engine. Built for smaller vessels, including bay boats, the Verado 250 Pro combines the acceleration and speed of the Pro series engines with the supercharged technology of Verado, which offers precise control over fueling strategy and air intake. Mercury recommends running 91-octane fuel in the Verado 250 Pro but says it will handle 87-octane blends without compromising reliability or warranty. Available with a 20- or 25-inch shaft ($19,185 and $19,300), the new engine weighs 635 pounds, and features digital throttle and shift, and electro-hydraulic power steering. Visit www.mercmarine.com.

Advertisement

More Boats

Advertisement
Advertisement