We have one with 115 hp.
Double width console, 2 jockeys seats and bench seat behind. All made by Outhill, which I think was the supplier for them all.
Lovely boat, more leisure rib than deep V all weather hull but I don't go out in big weather with family. However, have never felt the least bit vulnerable in it.
Lots of space.
I found the c of g was a bit far aft so put more anchor chain in nose locker and now use the in console fuel tank rather than having 3 x 25 litre tanks in the aft bench, although they can still be used to give 150 litre total fuel. It's vastly improved, much less prone to slapping and planes easier and flatter.
We have 19 inch alloy prop, tops out around 34kts. Will blast away around 28 kts with 4 of us. I'm tempted to buy stainless one.
Check if there is a tank in the console, not all had them fitted.
Check the wiring, as I believe they were sold bare boat and rigged by various yards. Ours was appalling so re-wired last winter, there aren't many devices so not a huge job. I got a little carried away and renewed gauges, gps etc at the same time.
The only problem we have had was with one of the screws that secure the bench seat. It had been badly installed and drilled just about through deck. The sealant weakened and water started leaking into the hull over time. I ordered wider stainless screws, re-drilled and then sealed the new ones in place. Very simple fix.