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Mercury Marine offers repower financing program

Mercury Marine introduced a “Repower Revolution” promotion that offers consumers a choice between promotional financing for repower engines and repower rebate dollars when they buy a qualifying engine.

The Mercury Repower Financing Program, which was launched in September, laid the groundwork for the Repower Revolution promotion and offers repower-engine financing to creditworthy consumers.

Repower Revolution, which launched Oct. 10 and runs until Nov. 30, offers a promotional financing rate of 4.99 percent APR for qualified applicants.

Consumers who choose the Repower Revolution rebate instead of financing can receive a rebate of as much as $1,500 per qualifying repower engine, the company announced.

The Repower Revolution promotion is available in all U.S. states except Alaska, Hawaii, Louisiana, Montana, Rhode Island and West Virginia.

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