Yamaha debuts summer sales promotion

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Yamaha Marine Group announced a “Summer of Choice” sales event, a new promotion that offers consumers the choice of five years of warranty protection or as much as $750 in dealer credit toward the purchase of goods and/or services when they purchase a select new eligible Yamaha four-stroke outboard.

“There is plenty of summer boating time left, and the ‘Summer of Choice’ sales event gives consumers two great ways to add value to their Yamaha outboard purchases,” Yamaha Marine Group division manager for marketing Dale Barnes said in a statement. “Now is the time to take advantage of this incredible promotion.”

The company said the promotion applies to new select eligible Yamaha 2.5- to 200-hp four-stroke outboards and provides the purchasing consumer with two options: a choice of three years of Yamaha limited warranty coverage, along with an additional two years of Yamaha Extended Service, for a total of five years of coverage at no additional cost; or as much as a $750 credit, based on MSRP, toward the purchase of goods and/or services available at the authorized participating Yamaha Outboard dealer that sold the outboard at no extra cost to the purchasing consumer.

Yamaha said the promotion does not apply to the new F115B and F175 models.

The promotion is effective for new select, eligible outboards purchased and warranty-registered between July 15 and Sept. 5.

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