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Yamaha rolls out fall sales promotion

Yamaha Marine Group has introduced a “Why Wait for Spring” sales program that gives customers a chance to either extend a new four-stroke outboard’s warranty or receive a credit toward accessories or service as part of the engine purchase.

“The ‘Why Wait for Spring’ is a great way for customers to get a jump start on the boat show season by building in great value to their outboard purchases this fall,” Dale Barnes, division manager of marketing for the Yamaha Marine Group, said in a statement. “Now is the time to buy one of Yamaha’s most popular four-stroke models and take advantage of this powerful promotion.”

The sales event gives customers who purchase eligible new Yamaha four-stroke outboards in the 90- to 300-hp range the opportunity to add three years of Yamaha Extended Service to the three-year limited warranty that comes with the motor, for a total of six years of coverage at no additional cost.

Customers who buy an eligible new Yamaha outboard in the 2.5- to 75-hp range will receive a credit of as much as $750 that can be used toward the purchase of additional accessories and/or services at the authorized participating dealer that sold the motor.

The sales program will apply to new Yamaha four-stroke outboards purchased and warranty-registered between Oct. 2 and Nov. 21.



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