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Honda rolls out spring outboard promotion

The promotion, which continues through June 3, allows buyers to choose between cash incentives and Honda Marine accessories.
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The Honda Power Of Boating Celebration is a new sales promotion geared to supporting dealers and their customers who want to choose Honda Marine outboards this spring.

The promotion, which continues through June 3, allows buyers to choose between cash incentives and Honda Marine accessories when they buy a range of 4-stroke Honda outboards.

Buyers can save as much as $700 instantly or choose a stainless propeller and engine cover with the purchase of any new Honda Marine outboard engine in models ranging from the BF40 through the BF250.

The qualifying engines are mid-range and high-power models.

“Premium quality, reliability, technology and fuel efficiency have made Honda an automotive legend, and those same strengths are built into every Honda Marine outboard engine,” Honda Marine senior manager Mark DiPietro said in a statement.

“Equally important for owners of Honda Marine engines, all new Honda outboard engines sold for recreational use offer an industry-best true 5-year, non-declining limited factory warranty that is the same on the last day as it is on the first.”

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