New Moomba Outback V has the Style and Performance of a Sports Car

A sports car with a really nice wake, that is. Moomba is not only continuing the heritage of the legendary original in the Outback Series; it is launching the modern expression of this icon, while paying respect to the brands long tradition of more boat for less money.

The all-new Outback V is extremely driver oriented in every respect and designed without the slightest compromise for reliability and performance. It's new flares create an element not seen before on a Moomba, but a welcomed change toward progressive styling in a boat you trust.

The Outback V excels in its proportions: While the length measures just less than 20 feet to meet small lake boat length restrictions, it sacrifices nothing in width and depth, featuring higher gunnels and a wider beam than its predecessor. The deck layout has ample seating despite the length. The hull design features a drop V keel that more-than-satisfies the slalom skier and wakeboarder in your boat, and the new stringer design improves the structural rigidity. Overall, the all-new design projects an aura of strength and self-confidence.

The long list of features includes an Indmar 325 HP V-8 engine, a new driver seat with a riser seat and a cockpit area that features all gauges and switches within the driver's reach for convenience and safety. In addition, there is now a new battery saver ignition switch that acts as a kill switch for all non-essential powered elements when the boat is turned off. Double tracking fins, four blade CNC prop, a new one-piece nonskid swim platform with improved platform mounting, nine stainless steel cup holders, new vinyl wrapped bow speaker panels, new soft touch vinyl cockpit speaker boxes, an improved cooler and improved stereo wiring round out the Outback V's impressive list. And did we mention it has one of the most sought after standard features: the tower folds to standard garage height? It does.

Additional options available include two new gel coat colors, new ballast pumps that fill and empty three times faster than previous pumps, a new electric wake plate, a tower speaker package with additional 2-channel amp and the option to upgrade your tower speakers with a sub that includes 5- and 2-channel Amps.

The new Outback V retails for $33,995 and includes the L4 warranty. Locate the nearest Moomba dealer at Get out and test-drive one!