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Vexus Bass Boats #13447480 02/22/20 08:02 AM
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Been looking at Vexus online I haven't seen one in person can anybody give me any pros or cons about these boats?

Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: FishFear Me] #13447636 02/22/20 02:57 PM
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I would post this in the Bass section for quicker responses

Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: FishFear Me] #13447654 02/22/20 03:07 PM
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North Texas Marine Ft Worth has them all in stock from the aluminium boats to the fiberglass boats. Go check them out there in person




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Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: FishFear Me] #13448353 02/23/20 06:08 AM
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Better have deep pockets!!!


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Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: FishFear Me] #13448436 02/23/20 01:50 PM
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Looked at one last month at the Longview boat show. It was the VX20....$95,000.00. I didn't look very long... roflmao


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Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: bush hog] #13449510 02/24/20 02:41 PM
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Originally Posted by bush hog
Looked at one last month at the Longview boat show. It was the VX20....$95,000.00. I didn't look very long... roflmao


Yup, boat makers are pricing themselves right out of the market.

Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: FishFear Me] #13449977 02/24/20 06:18 PM
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North Texas Marine sales them


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Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: bush hog] #13450608 02/25/20 03:08 AM
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Originally Posted by bush hog
Looked at one last month at the Longview boat show. It was the VX20....$95,000.00. I didn't look very long... roflmao


Wow, you’d think a new boat company would price themselves well below the competition to make a statement and get a following going. That’s big coin right there.

Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: FishFear Me] #13451702 02/26/20 03:06 AM
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You guys just don't understand the premium market. There are lots and lots of people that will spend that much. They want what they consider the best and don't care what it costs. They have the money, or at least the credit.

Have you looked at what Moomba's cost? I took a walk across the aisle at the KC boat show and looked at that type of boat. Almost all of them are 6 figures and they had more action than the bass boat dealers.

I'll bet Randy Hopper and Earl Bentz are working their plants overtime just to keep up with demand.

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Originally Posted by MCIPinkie
You guys just don't understand the premium market. There are lots and lots of people that will spend that much. They want what they consider the best and don't care what it costs. They have the money, or at least the credit.

Have you looked at what Moomba's cost? I took a walk across the aisle at the KC boat show and looked at that type of boat. Almost all of them are 6 figures and they had more action than the bass boat dealers.

I'll bet Randy Hopper and Earl Bentz are working their plants overtime just to keep up with demand.


Malibu’s top of the line rig is north of $230k for a frigging wakeboard boat. As for Vexus, their rigs are priced right in line with other top tier rigs similarly equipped.

Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: FishFear Me] #13451912 02/26/20 01:36 PM
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the economy is booming we have cheap gas the lakes are full boat manufacturers don't have a lot of old inventory on dealers lots most are running at max production why would anybody think the price would go down on boats of anykind..

Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: ssmith] #13454976 02/28/20 11:05 PM
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Originally Posted by ssmith
the economy is booming we have cheap gas the lakes are full boat manufacturers don't have a lot of old inventory on dealers lots most are running at max production why would anybody think the price would go down on boats of anykind..


I don't expect prices to go down, I'm just surprised at how many people are out there that will finance a boat that costs that much money. You know very well there aren't many people paying cash for $100k boat.

I have a 27 year old Bass Cat that I've had for a decade that still looks and runs great... banana

Re: Vexus Bass Boats [Re: FishFear Me] #13459464 03/04/20 02:43 AM
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I've looked at them, really nice! But if you want to go first class you gotta pay the freight!

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