The V210 is out to prove the old adage “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” We were glad to see Sanger sticking with what works. The tried-and-true design that we’ve grown accustomed to is as reliable as ever, with nimble handling and impressive response. As always, the storage space is impressive in its size category, and the standard features of the Wake Series package make the V210 a real value.
The factory setup created beautifully shaped ramps with clean peaks, although we recommend additional ballast to achieve pro-level size. The transition was mellow, without too much trough. This boat offers excellent advanced-intermediate wakes right out of the box.
Outfitted with our test engine, the 330-horsepower MerCruiser Black Scorpion, this nimble-handling V will get up and go. Our testers drove this boat hard through a series of S-turns and hard banking turns and it performed brilliantly.
It may be a bit small by today’s V-drive standards, but the V210 makes the most of its size. The open bow and wraparound lounge provide seating for 10 passengers. Open the gas-shock observer’s seat and you won’t believe the space you have for equipment storage.
Base price: $34,995 (trailer included)
Length: 20 ft. 8 in.
Beam: 90 in.
Seating capacity: 10
Fuel capacity: 37 gal.
Test Prop: Acme 13 x 12 3-blade
Test Engine: MerCruiser Black Scorpion 5.7L, 330 hp
Top Speed: 47.6 mph 5,100 rpm
Accel. To 30 mph: 5.0 sec. 120.7 ft.
Accel. To 36 mph: 6.4 sec.188.3 ft.
Noise Levels (db): Neutral 60 D 63 R, 36 mph 86 D 101 R