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Chaparral Boats 180 SSi - Bowrider Boat

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2007 Chaparral Boats 180 SSi Description

We could easily spell out ChaparralÂ’s competitive edge for buyers shopping for their first boat, but we'd rather let
the workmanship, styling, features and Extended V-plane performance of the value-packed 180 SSi tell the story.
Stainless steel hardware, Quad Radial lamination and Dura-Life Max upholstery are all a cut above rival 18-footers.Fully equipped with a impressive list of standard equipment, the dynamo 180 can also be custom fit for your specific needs as buyers are able to choose from an assortment of seating, graphics, canvas and engine packages.
2007 Chaparral Boats 180 SSi Specifications
  • Length Over All: 19 Feet and 10 inches.
  • Draft: 3 Feet
  • Beam: 7 Feet and 2 inches.
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 23
  • Max Load: 1100
  • Dry Weight: 2100

2007 Chaparral Boats 180 SSi Standard Features

LIFETIME Limited Hull Warranty
Extended V-Plane Hull
Stainless Steel Electro-Polished Thru-Hull Fittings
Duralife-Max Surface Protected Premium Expanded Vinyl
Fiberglass Cockpit Floor Liner
No Fog Gauges with Glass Lenses and Digital Hour Meter
Constant Light Rocker Switches with Power-On Indicators
Water Resistant Circuit Breakers
Battery ON/Off Switch

Electrical Connectors Triple O-Ring
Sealed and Water Tight
Dual Position Drink Holders
"Dura-Life Max" Premium Expanded
... more
This has been a great family boat. Bought my boat off the showroom floor in 2007 and the following is my maintenance history so far... 090107 - dealership performed 20 hour service ($500) 041808 - dealership replaced the impeller due to overheating and me leaving the engine water valve off ($250) 072808 - dealership replaced the serpentine hose due to cricket noise. Also replaced the belt tensioner due to mfg malfunction ($0.00 covered under warranty 080508 - dealership sent service tech to my house. Something was caught under the bilge pump causing it not to turn off. Tech advised to squirt waterhose under it and it fixed my problem. ($0.00) 080908 - alarm sounded with no diagnosis of what was causing the alarm to sound. disconnected alarm ($0.00) 042109 - dealership performed 100 hour service and detailed the boat ($1,500) 071009 - dealership replaced the automatic bilge pump 090710 - dealership replaced the following 1) front navigation light bulb 2)seawater pump 3) prop due to vibration 4) engine water valve flush cap ($1,300)

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