Lund’s All-New 1750 Rebel XS

Lund’s newest addition to its Rebel line is affordably priced and exceptionally fishable.

Lund Boats recently announced news of another model introduction, the all-new 1750 Rebel XS, in its extensive lineup of premium fishing rigs. At 17 feet, 6 inches, and with an ample 85-inch beam, the newest Rebel offers exceptional engineering at an impressive price.

“No other boat in its class has so many superior fishing features as the 1750 Rebel XS,” says Lund Director of Marketing, Jason Oakes.

Among a pleasantly surprising list of bonuses is Lund’s efficient and fully functional Center Rod Storage. The first Rebel to offer this luxury rod locker, the 1750 Rebel XS organizes five rods up to 7 feet long each for quick, easy access, while a side rod locker safeguards additional rods up to 8 feet, 6 inches in length.

Built around Lund’s patented IPS hull, the new 1750 Rebel XS is available in the side-console SS model and the full-windshield Sport version, and is strategically priced between Lund’s 1650 Rebel XL and its popular 1775 Impact.

The new Rebel XS is also loaded like never before. In addition to elite-class rod storage, this economically priced boat offers a 14-gallon aerated livewell, high-tech command console, cavernous amounts of hidden storage, and a spacious cockpit area capable of accommodating up to six passengers.

Oakes added that Lund is also offering several exciting options for this model. “Like some of our more advanced models, the Rebel XS is capable of transforming into a dual-purpose fish and ski boat. Great options like rear flip seats with a ski pylon, and an Infinity Bluetooth stereo make the Rebel a wonderful boat for all kinds of family fun.”

Armed with Lund’s exclusive Sport Trak gunwales for adding rod holders and other accessories without drilling holes, as well as the Pro Trak boat covering system, the 1750 Rebel XS offers budget-minded fishing and watersport enthusiasts with the best of all worlds. Priced starting at under $20.000 (boat, 90hp 4-Stroke engine, trailer), the new 1750 Rebel XL can be seen at boat shows this year.


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