Rethink, Repower with Suzuki

Thinking about repowering your boat? There are lots of reasons to choose Suzuki. As a technical leader in marine engineering, Suzuki combines top-notch performance with sleek design, ensuring your boat not only runs efficiently but also looks great on the water.

Here are a handful of reasons to rethink Suzuki:  

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A tank full of gas goes a whole lot further.

Suzuki’s Lean Burn monitors and predicts fuel needs, delivering a leaner fuel mixture to the engine, for improved fuel economy and cost savings.

Dead set on offset.

By positioning the crankshaft in front of the driveshaft, the centre of gravity is moved forward, resulting in better balance and less vibration and noise.

Why Fly by wire passes with flying colours.

Unlike traditional mechanical control cables, Suzuki’s Fly by wire technology provides precision control with immediate and crisp shifting.

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An outboard that doesn’t start its life on the road.

Suzuki’s fuel-efficient, quiet and reliable outboards are designed in Japan specifically for marine use.

Eliminating a world of pain with a cam chain.

Worried about the longevity of your outboard? Suzuki’s 4-stroke outboards exclusively use a cam chain, eliminating the chance of a catastrophic cambelt break. 

Two props are worth a second look.

Suzuki’s 300B-350AHP models feature dual props for superior start-up acceleration, thrust power and performance unmatched by single prop competitors.

The Japanese difference.

Crafted in Japan by world-renowned engine builders, Suzuki outboards are built by the most awarded outboards manufacturer in the world.

If that’s not enough reason to rethink Suzuki, check out the unbeatable Fully Fitted offers across Suzuki’s 40-350HP range. With no deposit, a 5.99% interest rate P.A. and 24 months to pay, it’s even easier to repower with Suzuki.

Learn more here.

- NZ Fishing News

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