Suzuki outboard? Here’s what’s interesting, including engines and instrumentation

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At the Genoa Motor Show, we asked Paolo Ilariuzzi, Sales Director for Suzuki Italy, to reveal all the latest from the Japanese brand
when it comes to outboards (two new models, 150- and 175-horsepower) and instrumentation (thanks to the partnership with Furuno, you’ll be able to handle so many navigation functions with just one display).

But that’s not all, Ilariuzzi also told us about some of the major successes of the Suzuki range. Like the forty-horsepower, dedicated to the “unlicensed.” www.suzuki.it

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