Next generation Mercury models make UK debut
The next-generation Mercury outboards distributed by Barrus offer a multiple line-up of Verado, FourStroke, Pro XS and SeaPro V-6 and V-8 models ranging from 175-300hp.
The new V-6 and V-8 engines meet a wide variety of boating needs, Verado provides refined performance, FourStroke offers fuel efficiency and rigging versatility, Pro XS provides a competitive edge and SeaPro offers durability and reliability.
Barrus will be showing these new to the UK models at TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show, as well as the Activ and Captur Pilothouse ranges, plus models from the versatile, and sporty Activ 555 Open to the top of the range Captur 905 Pilothouse designed for serious fishing combined with comfortable, performance cruising.
New Quicksilver models will be making their debut including the Activ 675 Bowrider, which has power up to 225hp supplied by the new generation of Mercury outboard engines. Visitors can also view the new Activ 675 Cruiser, which replaces the current Activ 645 Cruiser.
Also on display will be Mercury Active Trim, an RPM and GPS-based control system delivering automatic trim and Mercury VesselView, the next generation multifunction premier engine information display system that provides extensive information and data on boat and engine functions.
Barrus will be exhibiting on stands E050, E069 and F020 at the show.
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