We tested the sterndrive version of the HD 180 with base power, but the same boat is offered with outboard power up to 150 hp, starting at less than $35,000. In either case, you get room for four adults in the bow, with a pair of bucket seats and a bench-style seat in the roomy main cockpit. The sterndrive HD 180 offers a full-width swim platform, but it’s only about 10 inches deep without the optional 20-inch extension ($1,053), a design that allows the sun pad to be longer. That sun pad flips open to starboard to ease entry to the cockpit, and can be propped up to create a backrest. Cockpit carpet is not an option, but you can choose to cover the standard nonskid sole with either soft Marine Mat ($633) or vinyl reed mat ($513). An optional Marine Mat cover for the extended swim platform ($1,053) is also available with the SLX Package ($1,633), which also includes bow fill-in cushions, bow and cockpit canvas covers, and walk-through doors. A Bimini top ($867) is also an option, but it’s part of the LX Package ($1,720), which includes pull-up cleats and that reed flooring.