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MasterCraft Lines-up 2020 NXT Model

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

July 16, 2019

The United States-based manufacturer of luxury boats, MasterCraft Boat Company has announced its new 2020 NXT model lineup.

"With the new NXT20 and NXT22 crossover towboats, MasterCraft redesigned the vessels for the 2020 model year to deliver a more athletic and refined look with an all-new interior, exterior, and even more performance," claimed the subsidiary of MasterCraft Boat Holdings.

“Our NXT Series has been a breakthrough success for the company since its inception in 2015 and welcomed a new community of MasterCraft owners,” said Terry McNew, President and CEO of MasterCraft Boat Holdings, Inc.

“We’re pleased to offer customers even more performance, features and value with the new NXT models which have been totally redesigned for the 2020 model year,” Terry added.

The 2020 NXT helm experience is elevated with an improved driver’s seat, analog gauges and black anodized accents, a phone holder and a 4.3-inch screen now loaded with factory profiles for the Gen 2 Surf System.

The seating layout is enhanced with U-shaped seating, convertible rear-faced seating, and CoolFeel interior is now an option. Below deck, rear and forward ballast tanks are subfloor, creating extra storage.

As part of MasterCraft’s 2020 model year updates, the NXT line base engine has been upgraded to the new Ilmor Marine 6.0 L MPI powerplant delivering 380HP, 60 more HP than the outgoing base NXT Ilmor engine. An updated ZFT2 tower is included and an extra Klipsch Audio option is available.

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