Introducing the all-new Tohatsu MFS140

Tohatsu MFS140

Aug 17, 2021

Tohatsu Corporation has expanded the recently introduced MFS75-115A to include a 140-horsepower model, MFS140.

The new MFS140 was developed and designed based on our technical philosophy, “Simpliq Technology”, which aims to create simple, easy-to-use, and high-quality outboard motors. “We believe that the MFS140 is going to fulfill your expectations and deliver you an amazing boating experience,” says Isami Hyuga, President of Tohatsu Corporation.

Unique and industry-first 4-2-1 Performance Tuned Exhaust manifold has been designed to maximize low end torque and acceleration performance. Best in class torque to displacement ratio creates excellent performance for all styles of boats from light to heavy weight, pleasure or commercial use. On certain boat applications, the MFS140A will perform similarly when compared to heavier 150 horsepower outboards that weigh as much as 100 pounds more.

With a dynamic design and sophisticated details, the MFS140 provides outstanding torque, increased durability, optimized weight and smooth operation, our newest model lineup provides top performance you can only experience with Tohatsu.

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