Chaparral offers exclusive 5 year engine warranty at SIBS
Chaparral will be offering Sydney Boat show buyers an additional 3 year warranty on any new Mercruiser powered boat sold at the show.
“We are so pleased that we can offer buyers such a complete package on our entire range” says Chaparral Australia’s Scott O’Hare. “Not only do our boats have a solid reputation for quality & reliability – but now we can back it up with 5 years of certainty for our buyers on the mechanicals”
The extended protection plan covers the entire drive train from prop to helm and adds to the generous warranties including the lifetime structural warranty that Chaparral has always offered on its premium range. The entire warranty program can also be transferred to subsequent owners further enhancing the already strong resale value of Chaparral’s.
“Chaparral head office and Mercruiser in the U.S have approved the 5 year factory drive train warranty exclusively for Chaparral’s sold at this year’s shows , so there has never been better time for N.S.W and interstate buyers to place an order” says O’Hare.
Chaparral will have an exciting line up of new models at the Sydney Boat Show including the local release of the long awaited H2o entry level ski/ fish and sports bow riders, award winning Premium SSi bow riders, sports cabin models , tough Xtreme saltwater wake boats , sports cruisers and the crazy 327SSx rocket ship.
Chaparral boats for sale
Chaparral boats on Boat Trader
Chaparral is a boat builder in the marine industry that offers boats for sale in a variety of sizes on Boat Trader, with the smallest current boat listed at 18 feet in length, to the longest vessel measuring in at 35 feet, and an average length of 24.53 feet. Boat Trader currently has 887 Chaparral boats for sale, including 294 new vessels and 593 used boats listed by both individuals and professional dealers mainly in United States. The oldest model listed is a late classic boat built in 1978 and the newest model year was built in 2022.
How much do Chaparral boats cost?
Chaparral boats for sale on Boat Trader are listed for a swath of prices, valued from $9,387 on the lower-end all the way up to $279,306 for the most luxurious yachts. Higher performance models now listed are rigged with motors up to 837 horsepower, while smaller more functional models may have as low as 135 horsepower engines (although the average power size is 300 HP).
What kind of boats does Chaparral build?
Of the boats listed, Chaparral offers familiar boat hull types and designs including modified vee, deep vee, displacement, planing and other. These vessels are frequently used for popular boating endeavors including day cruising, watersports, overnight cruising, saltwater fishing and freshwater fishing. The boats available here currently from this builder come with inboard/outboard, inboard, outboard, outboard-4S and other propulsion systems, available in gas, diesel, electric and other fuel systems.
Why are Chaparral boats popular?
Chaparral is popular for their Bowrider, Cruisers, Runabout, Ski and Wakeboard and Express Cruiser among other classes and models. Overall these available boats have a moderate draft and average beam, qualities that make them perfect for day cruising, watersports, overnight cruising, saltwater fishing and freshwater fishing. Given their classic, crowd-pleasing status as a popular, established boat brand, used Chaparral boats in good condition often make practical candidates for boat repowering projects.
What is the best Chaparral model?
Some of the most popular Chaparral models at present include: 307 SSX, 287 SSX, 23 ssi, 21 SSi and 21 SSI OB.
The U.S. Coast Guard has also issued regulations requiring boats
to have a sanitation system on board to control pollution. Wastes
are to be stored in a holding tank or other device, such as a Porta-
Potti, until the device can be pumped out or otherwise disposed of
at a shore facility. Discharging this waste overboard is in most cases
prohibited. Check with the Coast Guard regarding regulations in
OWNER'S LOGS AND RECORDS
At the end of this chapter are three forms which you will find very
Use the Boat Data Record to record all important information about
your boat and the major components installed. After you have
entered all the data, remove this form from your Owner's Manual
and store in a safe place. Do not keep this form aboard your boat.
The Travel Plan Log provides a record of your destination, depar-
ture and return times, boat description, passenger list, and other
information about the trip you have planned. At the bottom of the
form is space for listing emergency telephone numbers in case your
return is delayed past the expected time. It also has space for indi-
cating information about the person filing this report. Leave the
completed form ashore with a responsible person. We recommend
you make several copies of this form each boating season to ensure
an ample supply.
The Fuel Usage Chart is a handy way to record information cover-
ing engine hours, fuel consumption, miles traveled, as well as RPM
(revolutions per minute), Average MPH (miles per hour), and GPH
(gallons per hour).
WARRANTY POLICY TRANSFER
Your Chaparral boat is backed by a Limited Express Warranty. It is
important that you are aware of its terms. If a problem arises with
your Chaparral boat as a result of workmanship or materials, con-
tact your dealer as soon as possible to determine whether
correcting the problem may be covered by the warranty. Please
have your hull identification number and necessary model numbers
on hand for the items that may need service or repair. Your hull
identification number is below the rub rail on the starboard aft corner
of your boat.
The Chaparral Limited Warranty Policy may be transferred to sub-
sequent owner(s) providing the Ownership Transfer Record (OTR)
is completed and returned to the Chaparral Customer Service
Office. The OTR is located at the end of this chapter. Subsequent
owner(s) will receive the balance of warranty available subject to a
$100.00 deductible per occurrence for claims filed in accordance
with the Chaparral Limited Warranty Policy. The Ownership Transfer
fee varies by the length of the boat. The appropriate fee from the
Ownership Transfer Record should be submitted with the
Ownership Tranfer Record form to the Chaparral Customer Service
office at the time of the transfer.
Chaparral Boats are known for their amazing quality and variety of boat models. Their tagline is “Quality First. Luxury Standard.” And this tagline certainly holds up when evaluating the quality of every Chaparral model. According to Chaparral, “behind ever Chaparral is a story of family, tradition, and one-of-a-kind craftsmanship.”
We’ve been carrying Chaparral boats for sale for several years and here, we thought we’d get into just what makes Chaparral a great boat and why you might want to buy a Chaparral.
Reason 1: Luxury is Standard
Chaparral doesn’t think that a boater should have to compromise on luxury, which is why luxury features can be found standard in their boat models. These features include:
- Vinyl wrapped dash
- Extended v-plane hull design
- Stainless steel hardware
- Spacious bow seating
- Premium Naugahyde® Vinyl
- Premium innovative seating options
- Hand-stitched upholstery
- Power line hull colors
- Molded-in diamond pattern non-skid
- Powered by Yamaha Outboards
Reason 2: Customization
Chaparral boats offer color customization like no other boating manufacturer. As of 2020, you’re able to purchase boat models with these exterior colors:
- Biscayne blue
- Alloy gray
- Fire red
- Stealth gray
- Ice blue
- Electric blue
- Seafoam green
Some of these colors (such as “Biscayne Blue”) are exclusive just to Chaparral, meaning you can have one of the most unique boats on the water!
Chaparral also offers several interior color options:
- Ice blue
- Fire red
Reason 3: Warranty
Buying a boat is a big purchase decision. It’s something you and your family will likely enjoy for years on end, and as such, it’s important that your boat is protected should something go wrong.
All Chaparral models come with a Lifetime Limited Hull Warranty and a 5-Year Premier Level Limited Component Warranty. Call us at (239) 463-4448 to learn more about these warranties and to see how you’re protected.
Reason 4: Variety of Boats
Chaparral has a variety of boat models in varying lengths.
- Chaparral SSi Boats – this line of boats is the newest to come from Chaparral. Their SSi boats are a lot like their flagship SSX boats, but with a more value-forward style. Chaparral SSi boats are available in 19′ – 24′.
- Chaparral SunCoast Boats – this line brings a whole new look to outboard sport deck owners with more seating capacity, storage space, luxury, quality, and performance.
- Chaparral SSX Boats – this line is one of their most well-known. These are fully loaded and offer ample seating capacity, legroom, storage, and performance at every size.
- Chaparral OSX Boats – referred to as “outboard sport luxury,” boasting advanced tech, new interior color options, rotating helm seat, and more.
View a complete breakdown of the Chaparral models by clicking here.
A Local Chaparral Boat Dealer in Fort Myers and Naples
There are several reasons to consider a Chaparral boat for your next boat purchase, and if the above was not enough to convince you, we welcome you to stop by our Fort Myers or Naples location to learn more about what Chaparral Boats has to offer.
We’re located in Fort Myers on US 41 and Briarcliff Road, just about 5 minutes from the Target on Daniels Parkway and 41. In Naples, you can find us on Davis Blvd, just south of Airport Road. Our Chaparral inventory is online 24/7 and you can click here to view inventory.
Stop by either location today or give us a call at (239) 463-4448 to learn more about Chaparral Boats.
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WORLD CLASS PROTECTION
FOR TRUE PEACE OF MIND
Limited Component Warranty
Our Premier Limited Warranty provides comprehensive accessory package protection for your new Chaparral watercraft.* So you can enjoy your time on the water knowing you are covered against costly repairs for years to come.
We protect you against the failure of major accessories throughout your vessel for a total period of 5 years. The Chaparral accessory coverage is tailored to the equipment on your type of boat:
– Runabouts, Ski Boats, Surf Boats, Fishing Boats and Cruisers.
Head out on the water with the added confidence of comprehensive extended marine coverage. It all adds up to real enjoyment and peace of mind. Chaparral offers protection you can truly count on.
*Plan Administered by Non-Affiliated Third Party. Available to U.S. Customers only.
FOR PEACE OF MIND ON AND OFF THE WATER
All 2022 Chaparral models come with a Lifetime Limited Hull Warranty and 5-Year Premier Level limited component warranty - standard.
Chaparral boats have a reputation for being solidly built.
They are among the leaders of quality fiberglass boats. It is an award-winning company, and overall, the boats have a good reputation.
The boats made range from 18′ sport boats to 33′ cruisers. These are all produced in a million square foot facility in Georgia.
The boats are made by hand and also using state-of-the-art technologies. There is a wide range of boats for customers to choose from.
The deck boats are available in three sizes, with several models, with either inboard engines and sterndrives or outboard motors. The Vortex jet boats are also in three sizes. The Signature cruisers are in three sizes, from the pocket 27′ to the elegant 33′.
The Chaparral luxury bowrider combines sportiness, comfort, and performance.
Here are the 24 problems with Chaparral Boats that we have identified from our research:
1. Motors Under-Powered
If you buy the smallest engine to save money, you might find that the engine is underpowered.
A good solution is to ensure that the engine has enough horsepower– even more horsepower than you think you might need. This will be helpful if you have a lot of people on your boat.
The boat needs enough power to run at a comfortable cruising speed without too much stress on the engine.
2. Horn Not Working
One boat owner reported that the horn tends to break and not work.
It could be a potential safety concern when they are out on the water.
We always recommend bringing a handheld horn for backup!
You can see the handheld air horn we recommend as number #1 on our list of must-haves for all boat owners. It’s a good list to go over before you leave.
3. Shifting Issues
Some boat owners say they have problems with shifting.
Fixing it may require disconnecting wires. The cables might be eroded or need lubrication.
Many say it is an easy fix that they can do themselves.
A few say that they have difficulty when shifting from forward to neutral and from neutral to reverse.
They say that it takes a lot of effort to shift the boat into gear, but when it’s out of the water, it shifts fine. This is a common problem with any boat that has a Yamaha sterndrive.
The shifting throttle is also to have been reported to break.
4. Problem With Locks and Doors
Another problem that some owners have is the lock for the cabin door.
When they put the key in the lock, it ‘doesn’t turn. The lock will need to be taken apart and taken out, and then put back.
Other people say that the compartment doors were not well-fitting. The doors and the hatch tend to bind, and this is problematic for a few boat owners.
Also, the vent cover came up and cost money to repair.
The caulking in some boats was missing, or it was applied sloppily
6. Not Good for Water Sports
Although the boats are advertised to be good for water skiing or skimming, they actually aren’t that good for sports.
This is due to them not being well suited for saltwater conditions.
The boat also doesn’t throw a great wake for skiing.
7. Not Family-friendly
These boats ‘aren’t necessarily beginner boats, and some say it isn’t a family-friendly boat.
8.Leaking Gas Tanks
Another issue that’s been reported with Chaparral boats is that the gas tank could potentially leak.
Boat owners notice a strong gas smell after they fill it with gas. The leak can be caused by hairline cracks in the gas tank.
The gas cap also might not fit properly.
There was a recall due to this issue. The fuel fitting was the reason it cracked. It allowed fuel in the bilge area.
This affected model years 2006-2007, and the models:
- 350 Signature,
- 252 Sunesta,
- 274 Sunesta,
- 254 Sunesta,
- 310 SignatureE,
- 216 Sunesta,
- 214 Sunesta,
- 276 Signature,
- 270 Signature,
- 234 Sunesta,
- 290 Signature,
- 232 Sunesta,
- 236 Sunesta,
- 330 Signature,
- 280 Signature,
- 240 Signature
Some people also say that the gas tank has loose wood over it.
Another problem with the gas tank is that some of the boats have steel gas tanks.
These tend to corrode and go bad.
9. Issues With Radio and Speakers
There have been multiple issues with radio and speakers.
Many users report that the stereo and radio stop working. Some say that the radio and speaker are not hooked up correctly when they bought the boat new.
Some people say that the buttons on the stereo do not work correctly.
There are also problems with the subwoofer not working and the aux jack not functioning properly.
Some report that the speakers and radio are not hooked up correctly.
10. Loose Screws
Even with brand new boats, some people say that there have been loose screws or extra screws in the boat.
Another issue is that the carpet screws come out of the floor.
11. Not Backing Warranty
Many Chaparral boat owners have issues with Chaparral honoring their warranty.
Although many have five-year warranties on their boats, they have not been able to get the company to honor the warranties.
Many say that despite repeated phone calls and emails, they couldn’t reach Chaparral to have their boat fixed.
This problem is reported by many people in different states, and it seems to be a common theme with many people who own the boats.
If the boat is older, then there may be throttle issues. It’s recommended that you get the throttle replaced.
13. Issues with Seats
Certain boat owners have seen problems with the seats with brand new boats.
For some, the seats were missing cushions. Other people have said that there were holes in the seats.
For these minor issues, the company was fast to fix the issue.
14. Issues with the Outside
There have been reports that the decals peel off the boat prematurely.
Other cosmetic issues include the gel coat having a low luster.
15. Saltwater Performance
Some boat owners do not recommend that these boats be used in salt water and are reserved for freshwater.
The boats are not good offshore boats but are great lake boats.
They lack the weight that boats need to perform well in the ocean.
16. Wiring Issues
The boats have some wiring issues throughout the vessel.
This includes some wires being left hanging without support. There are other electrical issues, such as the electrical crimps being poorly made and not properly sealed.
Others say that the wires become corroded.
The retention pin cable for one boat owner was rusting.
There was a recall on some models from 1999 due to wiring issues. The hotwire of the CO monitoring system was fused at the helm instead of the power source.
The result was 13 to 21 feet of 16 AWG wire being unprotected from the battery switch to the fuse.
17. Lack of Proper Sealant
Some boats aren’t sealed properly throughout the whole vessel. This can be seen in the swim deck.
One user said that the engine filled with water when they were using the boat. It rendered the boat unusable.
The bilge hoses were repaired, but it’s recommended that the boat is tested before you take it out on the water.
Another report said the bilge area had brown water in it.
18. Cooling System
If the boat ‘isn’t properly de-winterized, there could be issues with the hoses, and they couldn’t be tightened down.
19. Issues with RPM
Some boat owners have experienced on the water where they can’t get the RPMs up past 1500.
In one case, it was due to a bad temperature sensor.
The computer ‘wasn’t relaying accurately and would cut the fuel so the engine would not overheat.
Other potential causes could be a blocked drain that wasn’t tightened correctly during winterization.
20. Shaking and Vibration
Some boat owners say that past a certain speed, the boat will shake or vibrate.
One boat owner said the boat shook after accelerating past 7 mph.
21. Outdated Software
The boat’s software might not be totally up to date.
In one case, this causes problems with it while it was out on the water, and they got stranded on the lake.
22. Structural Wood and Carpeted Decks
Older boat models are designed with structural wood and carpeted decks that could rot if they are not well taken care of.
23. Hard to Find Parts
Some of the older boats have parts that can be hard to find.
This is a problem for people interested in DIY projects and those who need to get them repaired in the shop.
This list is a comprehensive list of common and personal problems that boat owners have had with Chaparral boats.
We would love to hear your thoughts! (PS: We read ALL feedback)
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