Ranger Boats, Flippin, AR, has launched its new Z521 Comanche for the 2010 model year, increasing its Z500 Series from five to six models.
“From the moment we introduced the Z500 series, this is the boat that so many anglers have been asking about,” said Randy Hopper, president of Ranger Boats. “We're excited to unveil this new rig and share the results from so much angler input.”
At 21 feet, three inches with a beam of 95 inches, anglers will benefit from the Z521's stable platform, power rating of 250 hp and fuel capacity of 52 gallons.
In the cockpit, features include a completely redesigned console that can easily accommodate various built-in mounting options for a variety of large-screen electronics – eliminating the need for gimbals or swivel mounts. The consoles also integrate a functional concave beveling on the outside, allowing the tips of rods stored on the front deck to stay secure while underway or when not in use.
Ample storage space, an integrated front deck step with storage and a choice of seating layouts that include the company's patented SRS bench design or new bucket seat configuration are other highlights.
The Z521 is also paired with its own custom-built and RangerTrail trailer.