Big Upgrades to Top Ender Series for Quintrex

QUINTREX’S Top Ender series is back and better than ever, with more features to help you land that next big catch.

Claiming its place as the ultimate fishing rig, the 510 Top Ender now features 4mm bottom sheets and 3mm side sheets; both increased by 1mm for extra strength and durability.New practical features for the 510 Top Ender include full-length side pockets, underfloor storage bins and a large anchor well opening.With the Blade Hull, the Top Ender Range not only beats the best in the fishing department but offers the smoothest and driest ride on the water as well as superb stability at rest.

The 510 Top Ender comes standard with an impressive line-up of features including rod holders, a live bait tank in the back deck, a scupper drainage system and rear ladder.Serious fishos can now option up the 510 Top Ender with a deluxe rod locker and an extra storage bin for the front casting platform to keep their gear safe.

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Quintrex account manger Cameron Wood said the new Top Ender range gives customers the features they have been asking for while keeping the price very competitive.

“The 510 Top Ender has always been designed as a first-class fishing boat and it now offers even more, with some of the most sought-after options now standard on every model,” he said.

“We now also have new seat bases with lockable driving positions and a new darker premium carpet that doesn’t heat up in the sunlight.

“The Top Ender is available in a huge range of sizes with consoles or tiller steer models, so there is something to suit all your different fishing needs.”

The 510 Top Ender is available as a Quintrex Instant Boating Package including boat, motor and trailer complete with a three-year factory-backed warranty.

For more information on the entire Quintrex range, head to www.quintrex.com.au

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