2007 Honda 200HP 200 HP

United States

$ 7,550

2017 Honda 200 XL

Honda’s larger engines deliver advanced technology for a maximum boating experience. Whether you’re jumping waves on the high seas or skimming across a lake, tournament style, Honda outboards provide an unmatched combination of power, torque, rpm and fuel efficiency.
Explore the unknown with confidence.
Honda's 200 horsepower engine is a 3.5 liter, 60 degree V6, packaged in a beautifully compact design. It offers all the power you'll ever need with less fuel, thanks to Honda's lean burn technology.
The 200 horsepower is based on the same engine that powers Honda's Odyssey and Pilot automobiles. So you know you can expect long-term durability and clean, quiet operation.
Many of the best boats come equipped with Hondas.
Honda is also the choice of many fishing Pros like Charlie Ingram whose achievements include 8 BASS Classic qualifications and 4 BASS wins.
If you're looking for come back dependability and fuel efficiency, Honda's 200 horsepower is your engine.
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Basic Info

Price: $ 7,550
Make: Honda
Model: 200HP
Year: 2007
Condition: Used
Category: Outboard
Stock Number: 708E

Technical Details

Power: 200 HP
RPM: 5000
Fuel: Gasoline
Number Cylinders: 6
Configuration: V


Harbor Recreation, Inc


Harbor Recreation, Inc
807 Harbor Road
Milton WI US 53563


Fuel Induction System: Programmed fuel injection
Cooling System: Water Cooled
Starting System: Electric
Ignition System: Microcomputer programmed
Lubrication System: Wet Sump


Displacement: 212 cid
Shaft Length: 25 in
Bore: 3.5 in
Stroke: 3.66 in
Gear Ratio: 1.86:1

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