David Lockwood described it as “one of the smartest small boats to hit the water in decades” And John Heselwood wrote: “I will be surprised if it is not a runaway success”.
New Mustang 32 is a hit with owners
Mustang sales teams around Australia are buoyant following the launch of the new era 32 Sports Cruiser at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.
The factory at Coomera on Queensland’s Gold Coast has already received nine orders from across Australia as well as overseas.
“We have boats going to Western Australia, South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland,” said Marketing Director Luke Durman. “We have also received orders from Singapore and South Korea.”
Mr Durman said the factory in Coomera was in overdrive to produce the new boats.
“Most have been ordered with the Mercruiser petrol engine configuration,” he said.
The Mustang 32 is a two-cabin sports cruiser powered through a sterndrive driven by a single Mercruiser 8.2 Mag DTS Bravo petrol engine developing 380hp, with options for a Volvo Penta D6 diesel engine rated to 330hp or a Mercruiser QSD diesel rated top 350hp.
The new boat has received rave reviews in the media since its launch in March.
David Lockwood described it as “one of the smartest small boats to hit the water in decades”. And John Heselwood wrote: “I will be surprised if it is not a runaway success”.
Durman said: “We always believed that the 32 would be a success but even we have been surprised by this instant hit.”