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Chaparral to launch new H2O range at Sanctuary Cove

by Chaparral Australia on 20 Mar 2012
The right combination and packages are on offer at the right price. Chaparral Australia
Chaparral Australia has confirmed that the hot new entry level range of 18 and 19 foot Sports and ski/fish bowriders dubbed 'H20' will be released at the upcoming Sanctuary Cove Boat Show.

Following the September 2011 release in the US where over one thousand H20’s were sold in just three months; demand has been so strong worldwide that Chaparral had to delay the Australian launch until May.

'We have been working through the specs and pricing to ensure the right combination and packages are on offer and especially at the right price' Says Scott O’Hare from Chaparral Australia.

'One of the significant differences between H20 and our competitors will be the nationally advertised pricing that takes all of the guess work and stress out of buying a new boat; Customers will know they have done a fantastic deal regardless of who they deal with, we have been very keen on the pricing and the boats themselves are packed with more standard features than any boat in the class,' says O’Hare.

Chaparral have partnered with Mackay trailers on the H20 range and can offer an 18 foot sports bow rider for a base price of $35,499 on the Aussie galvanised trailer with features such as: - bimini, bow and cockpit covers, wide band hull colour, auto bilge pump, twin bucket seats, premium upholstery, Stereo with USB connectivity, power steering, built in esky, 316 Stainless deck hardware, safety gear and registrations.

Chaparral has also been generous with pricing on the optional extras, offering all of the available goodies at surprisingly affordable prices.

'We are very excited that Chaparral has decided to take on the competition in this entry level market and have burst out of the blocks with such an amazing boat; all of the DNA that we love in premium level SSi range is evident, with premium design and saltwater tough construction; but at these prices we know we are on a winner.'

Chaparral have been building sports boats and cruisers for 46 years and hold dozens of awards for innovation, quality and customer satisfaction worldwide including recent boat of the year awards in Australia.

For more information on the whole Chaparral range go to www.chaparralboats.com, contact Chaparral Australia on (03) 9397-6977 or scott@chaparralaustralia.com.au
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