Mercury Marine rolls out summer outboard promotion

Mercury Marine’s promotion lets consumers take advantage of special repower financing and a six-year limited warranty.
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Mercury Marine’s “Hello Summer” repower promotion lets consumers take advantage of special repower financing and a six-year limited warranty on outboard motors ranging from 2.5 hp to 25 hp.

“Mercury’s FourStroke outboard line from 25 hp and below continue to raise the bar when it comes to performance and reliability,” Mercury Marine vice president of the Americas and Asia Pacific Randy Caruana said in a statement. “With this new promotion, not only do you have the quietest engine on the market, but it comes with six years of coverage which allows the consumers to enjoy their time on the water with the added protection from Mercury.

The “Hello Summer” promotion is effective for eligible repower sales only and excludes boat packages. All portable repower retail sales must be completed between June 26 and Aug. 31.

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