2017 Mercury 20 Tiller w/ electric start
Forget everything you know about FourStroke outboards. Ours change the game. Completely. They’re tougher, smaller, and lighter than any other FourStroke on the water. With a combination of performance and efficiency that will take your time on the water to a whole new level.
FourStroke 15 - 20 hp
Efficiency and performance you can count on. In the shallows or the deep. Focused control, streamlined design.
20 in. (508 mm)
|A high-output alternator keeps batteries charged and fishing electronics humming.|
|Start Easily, Idle Smoothly|
|Mercury® 8 hp to 20 hp FourStroke outboards have features that make starting easier, warm-ups faster and idling smoother!|
|The fuel filter on 8 hp to 20 hp Mercury FourStrokes has been moved to keep the carburetor cleaner|
|Tiller handle models have a richer air / fuel mix at idle|
|They also come standard with a 3-position choke, eliminating the need for a primer button|
|Great Acceleration / More Torque|
|Compact but powerful, Mercury 15 - 30 hp FourStroke outboards feature extra displacement and outstanding low-end torque that put a boat smartly on plane.|
|Mercury ProKicker outboards feature a deeper gearcase and a four-blade, high-thrust propeller with matching gear ratio – the perfect setup for trolling and precise control in all conditions. The ProKicker gearcase is engineered to be rugged and durable, with robust gears and bearings and a heavy-duty skeg that’s 55% thicker and twice as strong side-to-side as the previous gearcase.|
|The fastest power tilt in the industry drops a Mercury 9.9 - 15 hp ProKicker FourStroke outboard into the water in just five seconds. Exclusive kicker-centering straps align and secure the outboard in full tilt-up position while you’re underway.|
|Power in the Palm of Your Hand|
|Tiller models feature the exclusive Mercury multifunction tiller that puts in the palm of your hand:|
|Throttle control (with improved slow-speed throttle advance for optimal trolling)|
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