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locmf29 05-07-2012 9:28 AM

2006 - Super Air 220
 
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Times (and life) are changing. My wife and I have a 5 month old baby boy at home. We've come to the realization the Nautique is no longer in the budget. We're looking to sell our 2006 Super Air 220. Attached are some photos. Any thoughts on how much she may be worth?

badhabit 05-07-2012 5:06 PM

Probably about $3k, but I'll give you $15k just cause I'm in the giving mood.

On a serious note, how many hours and where are you? Search around on all the sites to get comps.

bushtree 05-07-2012 6:48 PM

Agreed. Hours and Location play a huge role in valuation.

MattieK27 05-07-2012 7:01 PM

220s are so much harder to price than 210s. Low to mid 40s?

gotwake133 05-07-2012 8:23 PM

It looks pretty nice, and has a lot of extras. Depending on hours etc, I would start at 47k ish and go from there.

tyler97217 05-07-2012 9:43 PM

$47K for a 2006 220? Wow I will stay away from this thread..
Boat prices are crazy right now, but that is pretty high especially without any info. Hours for starters? Where was it run? Options? Condition?....

beleza 05-07-2012 10:19 PM

We sold our 06 with 250 hrs in mint condition two summers ago for 42,500. I would start there. It really depends on how quick you want to sell it. If you can afford to sit on it for a while start higher. Honestly though if you want to move it then list it at 40k. If you list it at 47k expect zero bites on it.

sippi 05-08-2012 5:56 AM

definitely going to need some shots of the whole boat too. but where are you located, how many hours, saltwater use?

nautiboy614 05-08-2012 6:06 AM

I just TRADED in my 2006 220.....so pick a number in the 40's and IT WILL sell. I bought mine 3 years ago for 42.500, put over 450 hours on in and it barely depreciated. I know the dealer is going to ask 45K+ for it. One thing that Nautiques do very well is hold there value very well. It was a amazing boat, I just wanted to upgrade to a bigger Nautique.

boomshot 05-08-2012 6:13 AM

Sorry you have to part with it. Low to mid 40's is right. Too bad on this boat. It had potential but Correct Craft made a lot of mistakes on the hull, specifically, on this to-be-flagship boat. They had a serious push for this boat to be a serious contender but they quickly went in another direction. Make no mistake though - this is a very nice boat.

gotwake133 05-08-2012 6:27 AM

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Originally Posted by tyler97217 (Post 1750192)
$47K for a 2006 220? Wow I will stay away from this thread..
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I did a quick search on OIB, and was shocked to see a few listed in the mid to upper 50k range...

tyler97217 05-08-2012 8:03 AM

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Originally Posted by gotwake133 (Post 1750232)
I did a quick search on OIB, and was shocked to see a few listed in the mid to upper 50k range...

Price listed and actual sold prices are much different. Still don't have information on hours and that stuff, but I would think around 40K list price, but who knows the wake boat market is crazy right now.

nautiboy614 05-08-2012 8:07 AM

what mistakes did they make? I owned my 220 for 3 years......I bought it off my friend because I LOVED the way the hull made a big beautiful wake,handled like a sports car, awesome interior space and looked amazing! Nautiques are WORTH Every penny!!!

dhill 05-09-2012 9:34 AM

not sure if this helps, but here is one for sale in cincinnati....
http://www.nowake.com/new_vehicle_de...15&pov=2670350

juniorhawk 05-09-2012 9:38 AM

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Originally Posted by nautiboy614 (Post 1750272)
what mistakes did they make? I owned my 220 for 3 years......I bought it off my friend because I LOVED the way the hull made a big beautiful wake,handled like a sports car, awesome interior space and looked amazing! Nautiques are WORTH Every penny!!!

They got loads of complaints about the side-to-side weight sensitivity. Maybe everyone is different when it comes to that but they fielded enough complaints from owners and riders enough to shelf the boat entirely and re-release it. I actually think it is a great boat and will be hugely popular as a "budget" option in the next few years here...

migs 05-09-2012 9:40 AM

thats a bad ass boat with the Zr6 too. more pics of the sides would be great.

joeshmoe 05-09-2012 2:10 PM

Didn't they change the hull in 2007? and what is the difference?

locmf29 05-11-2012 8:20 AM

I'm in Sacramento, CA. The boat only has 250 hours on it. It's been used both in the Sacramento River and Folsom Lake. It's been stored inside. I'll be taking it out tomorrow. I'll take and post more pictures. Thanks!

locmf29 05-11-2012 8:21 AM

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Originally Posted by sippi (Post 1750221)
definitely going to need some shots of the whole boat too. but where are you located, how many hours, saltwater use?

Sacramento, CA -
250 Hours
No salt water use. Rivers and lakes only.

locmf29 05-11-2012 8:27 AM

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Originally Posted by tyler97217 (Post 1750192)
$47K for a 2006 220? Wow I will stay away from this thread..
Boat prices are crazy right now, but that is pretty high especially without any info. Hours for starters? Where was it run? Options? Condition?....

I HAD a partner with this boat - :banghead: He was the one that spec'd everything out. I know that it's got everything.

As far as the condition - there are a couple scraps and bruises, but nothing major. I keep it stored indoors. I'm 100% up on the maintenance. I get it detailed after the end of every season.

locmf29 05-11-2012 8:29 AM

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wakereviews 05-11-2012 8:55 AM

very very nice!!!

05-11-2012 9:02 AM

thats a nice looking boat. good luck with the sale

migs 05-11-2012 9:03 AM

Nice!

wakecumberland 05-11-2012 11:29 AM

Very nice looking boat! Should sell quick.


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