And there’s nothing like getting there aboard a PWC where the performance far exceeds the price. With the 2008 Sea-Doo GTI you get all the comfort and convenience you expect from a recreational model, plus all the power, technology, and ergonomic features you expect from models priced much higher.
As if the most fully-featured watercraft in the industry wasn’t already loaded enough, 2007 marks the arrival of another level of luxury: the 2007 Sea-Doo GTX Limited that has a sleek, sophisticated new look, ultra comfy new touring seat, and the usual amenities you’d expect from our top-of-the-line model.
The 215 hp supercharged, intercooled engine is back in all its arm-stretching glory for 2007. It’s still the most powerful engine in the industry, and has yet to get beat in the Musclecraft Shootout. And new for the 2007 Sea-Doo RXP is a 155 hp engine option. Either way, you’ll be digging into turns and beating your friends across the lake with no mercy. There’s simply no letting up when a PWC handles like this.
No two family members are the same, that’s why Bombardier designed the 180 Challenger to cater to the whims of laid-back cruisers, skiers, wakeboarders, and sun goddesses alike. Powered by a 215 supercharged, intercooled horses, with as much onboard space as most 20-foot (6.09 meter) boats at a much lower cost, a full wraparound glass windshield and a lot of features the Sea-Doo 180 Challenger is all about family value.