Mercury Marine announced Wednesday that consumers with approved credit can now finance Mercury outboard, gas sterndrive and inboard engines on the Mercury Marine Repower Financing program.
The company also announced a summer rebate offer earlier this week.
Mercury Marine initially launched repower financing for outboard engines in September 2014, but has now expanded the program to include sterndrive and inboard financing on the engine or the entire engine package.
“We are pleased to be able to offer more boaters access to greater boating enjoyment with Mercury Repower Financing,” said Randy Caruana, Mercury Marine vice president of sales, North/Central America and Asia Pacific. “Repowering with our latest engines allows boaters to maximize their current boat performance. Our financing makes it easy and affordable.”
Mercury Repower Financing offers low rates and low monthly payments to fit a buyer’s budget. Plus, from May 5 to June 30, the "Summer, Here We Come!" sales event offers a promotional repower financing rate of 4.99 percent APR* on select outboard engines for qualified loan applicants. Consumers can also choose a special rebate instead of financing up to $1,250 per qualifying repower engine.
“Boating lets you connect with friends and family in a very special way and repowering with Mercury lets you head out with confidence,” said Randy Caruana. “We are constantly improving our engines, adding more torque, smoother performance, greater fuel efficiency, durability and reliability. Making it easier to repower with Mercury through special financing is another way we help boaters live the boating dream."
The "Summer, Here We Come!" financing promotion is available, via participating dealers, in all U.S. states except Alaska, Hawaii, Louisiana, Montana, Rhode Island and West Virginia. The rebate program is available, via participating dealers, in all U.S. states.
I have a 1980 Sea Ray 2780 sedan. Pretty nice boat! 454 Merc TR outdrive. Best outdrive mercruiser ever built. The trans is the weak link. No other options for replacement. The trans was pretty good just needed beefed up in a few areas. Nice and compact plus some additional cooling would help.