suzuki marine commercial warranty

Suzuki Marine extends warranty for commercial operators

SUZUKI Marine is pleased to offer its commercial operators extra peace of mind by announcing the extension of its commercial warranty to two years for outboards sold from May 1, 2018.

This means that any four-stroke outboard from 2.5hp to 325hp bought by a commercial operator in Australia will be covered for two years/1500 hours or one year/unlimited hours from the date of registration or commissioning, free of charge, with the option of transferring any remaining warranty in the event the outboard is on-sold.

National service manager Ty Hawkins believes this announcement will only help to strengthen Suzuki’s reputation in the commercial sector. “Suzuki has been the power of choice for an array of commercial operators for many years as our outboards are highly regarded for their reliability, quality and exceptional performance,” Mr Hawkins said. “We want to reinforce our commitment to our commercial customers by continuing to offer them the ultimate four-stroke outboard and backing our product by extending their warranty for a further 12 months without charge.”

Under the new warranty terms, outboards purchased must be manufactured from 2018 onwards and be maintained and serviced at each recommended service interval by an authorised Suzuki service agent to qualify. Should the outboard’s operating hours exceed 1500 during the first 12 months, the warranty will revert to the one-year, unlimited hours coverage.

Suzuki’s range of four-stroke outboards are supported by a network of over 90 authorised sales and service dealerships across Australia.

For more information, visit suzukimarine.com.au or contact your local Suzuki Marine authorised dealer today.

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