Honda Marine announces new agreement with Coach Pontoons

According to the terms of the agreement, Honda Marine will supply Coach Pontoons with selected outboard engine models from its Mid-Range BF Series (BF40, BF50, BF60, BF75, and BF90) and High Power BF Series (BF115, BF135, BF150, BF200, BF225, and BF250) as original equipment for all pontoon models manufactured by the company.

“Our partnership with a dynamic new company like Coach Pontoons affords Honda Marine the opportunity to reinforce its presence in the popular pontoon segment of the recreational boating market,” said Mark DiPietro, senior manager, Honda Marine. “Class-leading performance, coupled with advanced, innovative technologies and outstanding fuel efficiency and reliability make all of these Honda engines ideal power sources for the Coach pontoon product lineup.”

Coach Pontoons currently produces six series – or floorplans – of pontoons, models ranging from 21-25 feet, with plans for a seventh series. The company is committed to producing pontoons of the highest quality with the best OEM equipment available – all with the end goal of delivering the best value to the marketplace.

“With more than 90 million adults participating in recreational boating in the U.S. alone, it was imperative for Coach Pontoons to enter the marketplace with a highly respected OEM marine engine provider,” said Chris Riddle, President of Coach Pontoons. “Honda Marine leads the industry and sets the standard for excellence with new innovations, products and design enhancements, and Coach Pontoons is proud to be part of the Honda legacy.”

Honda Marine pioneered four-stroke engine technology, setting a new benchmark for fuel efficiency, quiet operation, and low emissions. Honda outboards share the same unparalleled durability, quality, and reliability of its legendary automobiles. With models ranging from 2.3 to 250 horsepower, the Honda Marine full line of current production models meets rigorous California Air Resources Board (CARB) 3-Star standards, ensuring their availability and regulatory compliance in all 50 states.

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