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One unbeatable 40-60hp FourStroke offer. Save up to $800!

by Jonathan Revitt on 29 Jan 2013
FourStroke family Mercury Marine
For 20 years Mercury has been the world’s premier producer of FourStroke power – and now you can enjoy that excellence and save big money too!

From now until March 28th 2013, you can save $500 on an unbeatable Mercury FourStroke outboard from 40-60hp.
And if you go with the brilliant Big Tiller option then you’ll save another $300, making $800 in all.*

No one offers a more advanced, more powerful selection of four-stroke outboards than Mercury Marine. Not content with conventional technology, Mercury pioneered and patented electronic fuel injection (EFI), and integrated it into our proven 40-60hp FourStroke range, bringing an entirely new level of performance to the four-stroke category.

Just take a look at the facts.

More Savings
At cruise, a Mercury 40hp EFI FourStroke is 39% more fuel efficient and costs less to maintain than a comparable carburetted two-stroke. You get longer spark life and none of the gumming, decarbonisation or ring-and-cylinder issues of carburetted two-strokes.

More Performance
FourStroke means better fuel efficiency, reduced emissions and a smoother ride, without sacrificing power or performance.

At top speed, a Mercury 50hp FourStroke is nearly 2.41 km/h faster than its sister TwoStroke and 30% quieter based on comparative tests conducted by Mercury Marine R & D. The single-overhead-cam configuration and long-stroke design of Mercury’s 40-60hp FourStroke engines increase torque for excellent acceleration, even with heavy loads.



Additionally, the compact design coupled with a high-output alternator makes them exceptionally desirable.

More Corrosion Resistance
Mercury FourStrokes boast more stainless steel, hard anodizing and an exclusive multistep paint process and are backed by a 3 Year Corrosion Warranty.
Reliable Turnkey Starting
Mercury’s EFI system delivers something boaters crave – reliable turnkey starts every time.
Fewer Emissions
Mercury’s 40-60hp FourStrokes carry an environmentally friendly OEDA 3-Star ultra-low emissions rating.
On top of all that, Mercury Marine’s BigTiller handle gives fishermen and commercial operators just what they want – more room in the boat and simple hands-on control of the engine.

Centre-mounted, the Big Tiller provides safe and effortless steering with fingertip control.

Now that’s one unbeatable 40-60hp FourStroke offer – you can save up to $800 and it doesn’t matter if you are a recreational or commercial boater.
To find your nearest participating Mercury dealer, and to see full details of this great offer, simply visit www.mercurymarine.com.au or www.mercurymarine.co.nz

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