BRP offers Evinrude summer promotion

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BRP announced a retail incentive promotion for its Evinrude brand of outboard engines.

The Evinrude E-TEC Spring into Action Sales Event runs through July 5.

Qualified purchasers of any new and unused 2012 or earlier Evinrude E-TEC engine can choose from two options. One of them offers financing as low as 6.9 percent and as much as $500 in parts, accessories and clothing. The other option offers a five-year B.E.S.T. (a three-year, factory-backed limited warranty, plus two years of B.E.S.T. coverage) and as much as $500 in parts, accessories and clothing.

“We are truly excited to offer the consumer a choice with this promotion,” Christopher Berg, director of marketing and strategic planning, said in a statement. “We have recently negotiated additional financing resources for our dealers, and consumers can benefit from this effort. Along with our popular extended warranty program, dealers are well equipped to continue the positive retail momentum experienced over the boat show selling period.”

Sheffield Financial is offering an outboard engine financing program with Evinrude. By leveraging a longstanding relationship with Sheffield, BRP was able to negotiate a very favorable financing option for consumers and a solid solution for the Evinrude dealer network, the company said.

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