BRP extends Evinrude promotion through July

BRP extended its eight-year, factory-backed service coverage on all Evinrude E-TEC and E-TEC G2 engines until the end of July.
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BRP, manufacturer of Evinrude outboards, extended its eight-year, factory-backed service coverage on all Evinrude E-TEC and E-TEC G2 engines until the end of July.

“Due to the success of the best offer in the industry and following intense requests from dealers and customers, we have extended our Run Fearless Sales Event through July,” Evinrude director of global marketing and strategic planning Olivier Pierini said in a statement.

“Not only can boaters experience the thrilling performance of a new Evinrude outboard, they will also get the peace of mind knowing their engine is protected by eight years of factory-backed coverage.”

Consumers who purchase and take delivery of eligible Evinrude E-TEC engines during the event will qualify for eight years of non-declining, factory-backed extended service coverage.

Evinrude said it will not sell the coverage to a third party and that it will not decline during the eight years. Additionally, the coverage is transferrable to every future owner of the engine.

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