Triumph 195CC named ‘Best Buy'

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Triumph Boats 195 Center Console has been certified by Consumers Digest magazine as a Best Buy in Coastal Boats.

In the article entitled "Making Waves" in the August issue, Consumers Digest recognized Triumph's 195CC in the mid-range Best Buy selection for coastal boats. Consumers Digest declares Triumph's Roplene molded plastic construction “remarkable” for its ability to resist punishment that would damage a fiberglass boat. The magazine also notes the seaworthiness of the 195CC is a cut above, offering superior flotation and ride.

"Being selected as a Consumers Digest Best Buy validates to the value, quality and uniqueness of the Triumph product, especially in the crowded coastal boats segment," said Dave Mueller, general manager of Triumph Boats in Durham, N.C., in a statement.

The Best Buy award recognizes products that offer exceptional value. Only 3 percent of products in any given product category receive the Consumers Digest Best Buy award.

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