Win one of Mercury's amazing new 150hp FourStroke outboards
by Jonathan Revitt on 23 Jul 2013
Visit the Mercury Marine stand at this year’s Sydney International Boat Show and you could win one of the best outboards ever built.
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Mercury is giving away one of its new 150hp FourStrtoke outboards – the engine which is far and away the best in its class.
Not only is it the most tested Mercury engine ever, it’s received rave reviews from around the world because it has larger cubic displacement, better fuel economy, less weight and fewer moving parts than its rivals.
To be in the running to win a brilliant 150hp FourStroke outboard, simply enter your name on the iPad located at the Mercury stand, Number 310 at the Sydney International Boat Show.
Of course, there are many other reasons to visit: The new Mercury Diesel TDi engines will be on display. Created with Volkswagen’s engineering excellence, the latest TDi engines are reliable, smooth, quiet and powerful.
In fact, there will be some fantastic sales offers across Mercury’s petrol and diesel engine ranges.
You’ll be able to experience Mercury’s Joystick Outboard Simulator for the first time, and feel how this brilliant new technology delivers 360-degreee manoeuverability and finger-tip control to outboard-powered boats.
SmartCraft’s latest VesselView 4' & 7' units will also be set up so you can explore their many features. VesselView - long recognised as the premier engine-information display system - now boasts additional features such as ECO-Screen, Smart Tow, and Troll Control compatible with all SmartCraft engines.
And you’ll be able to wrap your hands around Mercury’s BigTiller, the ergonomically-friendly tiller handle which integrates shift, trim and throttle controls to give unmatched control.
Then there’s also:
• The new Mercury 80 & 100hp FourStroke models
• The Rayglass 2350 Diesel sterndrive boat
• A specialised propeller selector, and
• The market’s best outboard, MerCruiser, diesel, sterndrive and towsport engines.
More at www.mercurymarine.com.au
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