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2018 203 Vortex VRX


Real Deal Prices Starting At

$39,895

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203 VRX Vortex (2014) BoatTest.com

UPPING THE ANTE

The 203 VRX features the hull design, interior layout and high quality construction Chaparral is known for.Six color choices including Aqua, Biscayne Blue, Fire Red, Lime, Stealth and Yellow are anything but shy. In addition to the head-turning style, the new VRX includes a white or black folding arch tower with a ski mirror standard. Everything you've come to expect from Chaparral is standard on the 203 VRX. Snap-in cockpit carpet feels good underfoot and is easily removed for cleanup. U-shaped cockpit seating with a multi-purpose Oasis port side lounge is an open invitation for family fun. You'll be amazed at the comfort and expanded capacity. The dash features a hand-stitched vinyl finish that exudes quality in every way. Power is supplied via a Rotax high output powertrain that ties into the most advanced dashboard electronics you'll find at this length and price point. Available at Real Deal pricing that will please any budget, the 203 VRX also comes standard with a black powder coated trailer.


 

OPEN AND INVITING


Anchor/Ladder Locker

Bow Filler Cushion

Bow Seating

Bow Storage

Forward, the anchor locker features a rattle free cradle and room for a line and chain. Recessed stereo speakers and stainless steel drink holders don't interfere with the large bow seating. A top mounted stainless steel rail provides a secure feeling and is the perfect touch point pulling into a dock. A standard filler cushion converts the bow to your personal lounge or the perfect play area for the kids.

 

A LOOK INSIDE THE 203 Vortex VRX

Floor Storage

A huge infloor locker is wide enough to house all kinds of water sports equipment. A molded channel surrounds the compartment, diverting water away from the storage area. A heavy-duty support allows one-handed access.

Console Storage

Large carry-ons stow safely in a standard starboard console compartment. A secondary port side compartment is optional.

Ice Chest Storage

In the cockpit, dedicated storage space is available for a 25-quart removable cooler.

U Shaped Cockpit Seating

You won't find a boat in this size range with more legroom or cockpit seating capacity.

Driver's Bucket Seat

Designed for ultimate comfort and support, our stylish driver's bucket seat provides easy entry and exit access.

Cockpit Underseat Storage

Carry-ons conveniently stow under the seat cushions


 

THE COMPLETE PACKAGE


Swim Platform

Engine Hatch

Transom Storage

The 203's swim platform is beautifully integrated into the boat's overall design. A three step telescopic ladder makes it easy to get back onboard and stows in its own hideaway compartment. A sure-footed mat provides secure footing and protects against dings. Twin aft facing seats make it easy to put on watersports gear. Storage area under the starboard seat is conveniently located within arm's reach of the platform. The port seat conceals the battery switch panel


VORTEX and ROTAX®

Leave Rivals in Our Wake

Rotax Jet Engine Cutaway

(A) iTC (Intelligent Throttle Control)

The Rotax system is high technology at its best. SKI MODE provides pre-programmed acceleration curves so anyone in the family can be an expert tow sports driver. ECO MODE dials in the most efficient cruising speed, taking the guess work out of maximizing fuel economy. DOCKING MODE rescales the throttle for precise maneuverability in tight docking situations.

(B) Drive Shaft Sleeve

Helps prevent the problem of debris, tow ropes and weeds becoming entangled with the drive shaft. Rivals can only try to fix the problem after it occurs.

(C) Closed Loop Cooling

Protects the engine from harmful salt, gunk and corrosion by using clean coolant like a car. All Rotax 4-TEC engines are true saltwater engines.

(D) Lateral Thrust Control System

Directs jet thrust to either side of the transom during low speed maneuvers giving the driver pin-point control at the dock. Other systems either direct the thrust downward or use rudders, both of which are ineffective at low speeds.