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Yamaha rolls out sales promotion

The Yamaha Marine Group announced a promotion that offers consumers incentives if they buy a new eligible Yamaha outboard engine during the first quarter.

“The ‘Key to Reliability’ Sales Event gives customers two options to increase the value of their purchase of some of Yamaha’s most popular 4-stroke outboards,” Dale Barnes, division manager of marketing for the Yamaha Marine Group, said in a statement.

The promotion applies to new, select eligible Yamaha 2.5- to 300-hp 4-stroke outboards and gives customers a choice of five years of warranty protection (three years of Yamaha limited-warranty coverage, plus an additional two years of extended service) or a credit of as much as $1,500, based on MSRP, toward the purchase of goods and/or services at the authorized participating Yamaha dealer that sold the engine.

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