STIHL Takes the Guesswork Out of Mixing Fuel with STIHL MotoMix™
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“STIHL MotoMix will eliminate the time and hassle of measuring and mixing your own fuel and oil,” said Kent Hall, senior product manager for STIHL Inc. “Delivering excellent engine performance and superior lubrication, STIHL MotoMix is a natural fit as the official fuel of the STIHL® TIMBERSPORTS® Series.”
Available only through authorized STIHL dealers, STIHL MotoMix does not contain ethanol. The fuel formulation also results in a longer fuel storage period of up to two years, thus the fuel mix will stay fresh longer in your equipment. Consumers can expect easier starting, easier storage, and consistent and reliable operation as a result.
STIHL MotoMix is a non-aromatic fuel mixed with a fully synthetic and highly biodegradable two-cycle engine oil, so it is easier on the environment. It comes in a convenient 39.5-ounce metal container containing 32 ounces (1 quart) of MotoMix.
About STIHL Inc.
STIHL Inc. manufactures the number one selling brand of gasoline-powered handheld outdoor power equipment in America for homeowners and professional landscapers*, as well as the number one selling brand of chainsaws in the world. STIHL products are sold through servicing power equipment retailers from coast to coast – not mass merchants. STIHL products sold through U.S. STIHL dealers are for distribution in the United States only. For more information or for the name of a local STIHL retailer, call toll free 1-800-GO STIHL (1-800-467-8445) or visit the dealer locator on the STIHL website at www.stihlusa.com.
*"Number one selling brand" is based on syndicated Irwin Broh Research (commercial landscapers) as well as independent consumer research of 2010 U.S. sales and market share data for the gasoline-powered handheld outdoor power equipment category combined sales to consumers and commercial landscapers.
STIHL is pleased to support the work of Independent We Stand, the Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund (TREE Fund), International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA), National FFA, Professional Landcare Network (PLANET), the American Tree Farm System (ATFS), and the National Association of State Park Directors.