Evinrude BRP
BRP has added more than 50 new Evinrude dealers to its rapidly expanding dealer network in recent months. These new dealers from Florida to Alberta, Canada will offer the complete line-up of BRP’s Evinrude E-TEC outboard engines as well as provide top-of-the-line service and parts on all Evinrude products, as well as on existing Johnson products.
 
“Our dealers are our best ambassadors and they are instrumental to moving our company forward,” said Alain
Villemure, vice-president and general manager of BRP’s Marine Propulsion Systems division. “BRP redefined the boating industry in June with the launch of our new E-TEC G2 product; adding new dealers to our proven sales network expands the opportunity to share our newest technology with consumers as we redefine the future of outboards.”
 
BRP’s Evinrude E-TEC G2 engine offers an audacious new look in engines along with best-in-class fuel economy. The new 200-300 hp offering also exceeds all emissions standards and offers power and torque when boaters need it most. Complete with a new warranty that gives owners five hundred hours on the water without
required dealer servicing, the G2 goes into full production in November 2014.
 
For a complete list of new and existing Evinrude dealers, visit www.evinrude.com. BRP’s stated objective of expanding its powersports network by 65 to 75 new dealers in fiscal year 2015, and by 200 to 300 by fiscal year 2017, does not include BRP’s Marine Propulsion Systems division.

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