Suzuki team revs up the horsepower in Vancouver

Suzuki Team


Feb 8, 2018

Left to right: Mark Hopper – Suzukl Canada, Service Operations Manager

Marine Products’ Dave Ingram, has this to say after the Vancouver Boat Show.

“Suzuki Canada is very pleased with the results from the Vancouver Show. The new DF350A engine attracted a lot of attention and interest of the boating public.
Everyone stopped to admire and ask about the sleek new addition to Suzuki’s lineup.

Steve Allen – Allen Marine, Nanaimo
Dennis Griffiths – Breakers Marine Ltd, Port Alberni
James Cry – Suzuki Canada, Technical Service Manager
Shane Wright – Vector Yachts,Sidney

The most striking feature, the dual prop lower unit, caused ripples throughout the show. Boat builders and consumers are amazed at the extremely high level of Suzuki’s technology and innovation. As a result the Suzuki DF350A was awarded the 2017 IBEX Innovation Award for outboard motors”

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