Bayliner VR4 OB – 18′ 7″

Package Overview

2019 18' 7" Bayliner VR4 OB, Mercury 115 EFI 115HP Outboard , Custom Trailer

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  • New / Used : New
  • Package Status : Active
  • Hallberg Package ID : 54837

Boat Details

  • Model Year : 2019
  • Boat Type : Fiberglass
  • Manufacturer : Bayliner
  • Model : VR4 OB
  • Package Options
    • Solid Black Hull
    • Boot Stripe
    • Stainless Steel Upgrade Package
    • Interior Lighting Package
    • Ski Tow Pylon
    • Bimini Top with Boot
    • Bow Well and Cockpit Cover
    • Chestnut Interior exchange
    • Helm Bucket-Standard
    • Windshield w/Opening Center and Side Wings
    • Bow Speakers
    • Fire Extinguisher
  • Boat Description : Fuel Fill w/ Integrated Vent Glove Box Helm Seat W/ 180 Degree Swivel In-Floor Ski/Wakeboard Storage Waterproof 120-Watt AM/FM Stereo w/ MP3 Capability Battery Switch 500gph Bilge Pump (Manual) 12V Blower Multi-Function Gauges w/ Fog Resistant Glass Lenses: Fuel, Speedometer, Tachometer, Voltmeter 12V Accessory Outlet 12V Horn Side-Mounted Engine Controls w/ Trim & Tilt Switch in Handle Tilt Steering Custom Sport Steering Wheel Bow & Transom Eyes (3) 12V Navigation Lights Fiberglass Floor Liner Swim Platform W/ Telescoping Ladder Graphite (Gray and White) Mechanical Cable Steering (Outboard Models) Analog Trim Indicator

Colors and Graphics

  • Main Color : Black
  • Interior Color : Chestnet
  • Canvas Color : Black

Motor Details

  • Motor Type : Outboard
  • Motor Model : Mercury 115 EFI
  • Rated Power (HP) : 115

Trailer Details

  • Model Year : 2019
  • Trailer Manufacturer : Custom

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