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Winter is Coming

McGraw Powersports’ ESC for snowmobiles provides coverage for major features of the sled, including the engine, transmission, primary drive system, electrical and cooling components, brakes, seals and gaskets, steering, and fuel and oil systems.

Winter will be here before we know it, and with the promise of cold weather on the horizon comes the excitement of snowmobile season. In 2018, there were 53,179 snowmobiles sold in the United States, and the average snowmobiler rode for 1,250 miles — that’s a lot of winter fun to be had! Before your clients saddle up, make sure their winter toys are under warranty. Encourage your customers to ride with peace of mind by purchasing an Extended Service Contract (ESC) from McGraw Powersports for their new snowmobiles. 

McGraw Powersports’ ESC for snowmobiles provides coverage for major features of the sled, including the engine, transmission, primary drive system, electrical and cooling components, brakes, seals and gaskets, steering, and fuel and oil systems. 

According to Snowmobile.org, 49% of snowmobilers trailer their snowmobiles to ride elsewhere, while the other half snowmobile from their primary residence or vacation home. By purchasing an Extended Service Contract from McGraw Powersports, your customers who ride far from home can rest easy knowing that if a covered incident occurs while out on the trails, they have the option to receive reimbursement for getting the vehicle picked up and taken to their closest repair facility

As a dealer, you can count on McGraw Powersports for their 40+ years of industry experience to help your customers get the most out of their sleds, while also maximizing your profits at the time of sale. Everyone benefits when you encourage your snowmobilers to further protect their new investments with McGraw Powersports. 

For any additional questions or to learn more about our Snowmobile Extended Service Contract, feel free to reach out to Regional Sales Manager, Shane Ballard, at [email protected].

Link: McGraw Powersports

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