Ranger Z521 Comanche
Posted on 27 October 2009
Written by Katlyn Conkey
Ranger Boats introduced the Z521 to its series of bass fishing boats.
The Z521 Comanche features an interior that is highlighted by a redesigned console that has built-in mounting options directly above the steering wheel for larger electronics.
The redesigned console integrates concave beveling on the outside so tips of rods can be stored on the front deck.
The Z521 Comanche measures 21 feet, 3 inches with a 95-inch beam. It has a 52-gallon fuel tank and is available with a range of outboards for the angler’s preference, according to Ranger Boats.
Other new features include an integrated front deck step with storage. The storage compartment has a gelcoat insulated interior that can function as a cooler. There is a stainless key lock system with compression locks and triple-lip-sealed storage lockers.
The Z521 Comanche comes paired with a serial-number-specific RangerTrail trailer. The trailer is equipped with Road Armor finish, LED lights, aluminum magnesium alloy wheels and Cool Hub lubrication system, according to Ranger Boats.
The Z521, when paired with a Yamaha 250-hp HPDI, runs at $57,482.
For information, visit www.rangerboats.com
This article originally appeared in the November 2009 issue.
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