1998 Force Outboard Motor Prices and Values

Select Force Outboard Motors Models Below

Force Note

No longer in production.
(1999 - 1984)

OUTBOARD MOTORS

HP
Dry
Weight
(lbs)
Volt
Thrust
Cyl
Start
Type
Tilt
Trim
Fuel
Type
5M 5 37 0 0 1 Manual No Gasoline
5ML 5 37 0 0 1 Manual No Gasoline
9.9M 9.9 71 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
9.9ML 9.9 71 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
15M 15 71 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
15ML 15 71 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
25M 25 92 0 0 3 Manual No Gasoline
25ML 25 92 0 0 3 Manual No Gasoline
40EL 40 188 0 0 2 Electric No Gasoline
40ELPT 40 188 0 0 2 Electric Yes Gasoline
50EL 50 188 0 0 2 Electric No Gasoline
50ELPT 50 188 0 0 2 Electric Yes Gasoline
60EL 60 200 0 0 2 Electric No Gasoline
60ELPT 60 200 0 0 2 Electric Yes Gasoline
75ELPT 75 227 0 0 3 Electric Yes Gasoline
90ELPT 90 285 0 0 3 Electric Yes Gasoline
90EXLPT 90 285 0 0 3 Electric Yes Gasoline
120ELPT 120 303 0 0 4 Electric Yes Gasoline
120EXLPT 120 303 0 0 4 Electric Yes Gasoline
When Chrysler Corporation was required to sell off their outboard motor division in order to satisfy terms of the company's restructuring, US Marine acquired the business in 1984. Producing outboard motors with output ranging between 4 and 150 horsepower, Force catered to a diverse range of watercraft. After Bayliner purchased US Marine, a decision in 1999 saw the Force brand disappear in favor of the Mercury name.