Yamaha Motor Europe’s campaign of economic incentives, with discounts of up to 3,000 euros and customized financing for the purchase of outboard motors, kicked off on March 1. The idea is from the Italian branch of the brand from the three tuning forks, which has thought about favoring not only users of the larger displacements and power ratings, as is often the case, but also those who are approaching boating for the first time, such as newly licensed drivers or even those who do not have a boating license and are therefore obliged by law to stay under 40 horsepower.
Outboard, incentives arrive
The initiative to incentivize the purchase of Yamaha outboard motors is part of the Satisfaction Sea program, which highlights the value of serrvizi provided by the Japanese manufacturer that makes transparency, reliability and quality three cornerstones of its customer relationships.
From March 1 and throughout the next two months, Yamaha customers will be able to find in the brand’s more than \100 dealers discounts on the list price and particularly attractive financing offers. Prominent among the outboard thrusters enjoying the momentary price reduction is the 40-horsepower series, i.e., the most powerful of the engines that can be used without a boat license. For those who choose this thruster can also grab one for as little as 99 euros per month. But it is not the only attractive offer.
The price reductions provided for the more muscular thrusters can be as low as 3,000 euros, but solutions involving financing, tailored to the needs of the individual yachtsman, are also interesting. For lower engine capacities, we start with proposals that provide monthly installments of only 49 euros per month: less than two euros per day. Basically you could pay for it just by emptying the change left in your pocket each night. The promotion of the company based in Gerno di Lesmo, not far from the Monza Autodrome, which not coincidentally has two curves with this name, is Valid for the entire range of outboard motors produced by the Japanese manufacturer, starting with the eight-horsepower F8 FMHS model, ideal for a tender around three meters in length.
All warranties remain valid: up to five years on new engines; a price list for routine maintenance with coupons costs established by the parent company, with no discrimination between the various authorized workshops distributed along the Boot; and finally, a single public price list, valid for all of Italy.