NMMA reports gains in outboard shipments

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New data show that wholesale shipments of U.S. outboard engines were up 5.5 percent in February on a rolling 12-month, year-over-year basis.

The National Marine Manufacturers Association’s control group of manufacturers, which represents 95 percent of the market, reported that gains continue to be led by four-strokes and higher-powered engines.

Total retail sales, based on warranty card registrations, were up 6.6 percent on a rolling 12-month, year-over-year basis, again led by growth in four-strokes.

Access to the full NMMA report is available to those who provide data to the NMMA.

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