Yamaha VX

Yamaha VX

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The 2011 Yamaha VXS WaveRunner has all it needs to be considered a fairly capable and comfortable jet ski. For the starters it comes with a spacious seat that features a traditional construction and was especially designed for sport riding. Then there are the spacious foot rests, the rear re-boarding step and the ergonomically designed handlebar.

In terms of power the Yamaha VXS WaveRunner comes with a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder unit that cranks out a maximum power of 180 hp. This strong engine is fed by a 15.9 gallons fuel tank that offers a pretty good riding range.

To maximize its performances, Yamaha’s engineers blessed their VXS WaveRunner with an ultra-lightweight hull made of NanoXcel (Yamaha’s exclusive material that is engineered using nanotechnology to be stronger and lighter than anything else in the industry.)

The Yamaha VXS WaveRunner price starts from under $11,000.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2011 Yamaha VXS WaveRunner.

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Overview Step aboard the VXR and discover true sporting performance and a range of thrills like you never experienced before. A luxurious two-tone, step-up seat – designed for comfort and relaxed control – immediately tells you that the VXR is all about having some serious watersports fun. Discover the combination of a powerful 4-stroke 1812cc High Output engine and ultra-light NanoXcel® hull - together they deliver acceleration and tightturning ability that liberates you to re-explore (...)
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Yamaha designed the VXS as a no thrills model that comes with pretty affordable base price (£ 12,599). It is a pretty basic jet ski that doesn’t come with all the bells and whistles of its more upscale siblings.

To offer this low price, the Japanese company left behind features such as cruise assist, trip control and the adjustable handlebar.

At the heart of the Yamaha VXS lies a High Output 1812cc, 4-cylinder, DOHC, 16V engine which comes without a supercharger. Though despite the fact that the VCS’s engine is not as strong as the one of its bigger brothers, you won’t have any significant complains about the overall performances (maximum speed is electronically limited at 65 mph).

The Jet Ski comes with Yamaha’s ultra-lightweight, high-tech NanoXcel deck and hull with integrated bow spray guard. This lightweight material plays a major role in the acceleration, agility and fuel efficiency departments.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Yamaha VXS.

Yamaha is more than just a renowned producer of motorcycles; they’ve also established a reputation as one of the best watercraft builders in the world. One of their newest offerings is the VXR Waverunner , a compact, lightweight, and high-performance watercraft that’s sure to provide speeds and thrills for riders everywhere.

The VXR Waverunner is an exceptional watercraft for a number of reasons, including the new NanoXcel hull and deck. This state-of-the-art material is considered as the industry’s first and only nanotechnology-engineered hulls, decks, and liners, making them the lightest yet strongest waverunner bodies in the world day. The use of these materials allows the VXR to be quick and nimble while also maintaining balance and maneuverability that’s essential to any watercraft. The VXR Waverunner also carries a race-inspired seat that can accommodate as many as three passengers and a reboarding ladder that makes it easy for anybody to climb aboard the waverunner from the water.

As far as its performance capability goes, the VXR Waverunner is powered by a 1,812cc, 4-stroke, 4-cylinder Yamaha Marine engine that delivers race level acceleration, responsiveness and top speed, to go with a stout fuel capacity of 15.9 gallons running on regular unleaded fuel. The 1.8-liter engine is noted for carrying the largest displacement motor ever designed for a personal watercraft, producing outstanding power with a high peak torque while also being exceptionally fuel efficient with low maintenance costs to boot.

Find out more about the Yamaha VXR WaveRunner’s specs after the jump

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Affordable and reliable, the 2009 Yamaha VX made it possible for recreational riders to become Yamaha owners, creating an entirely new generation of watercraft enthusiasts.

Yamaha VX

The 2009 VX is Yamaha’s answer to the person who wants the refreshing feeling of a high-performance 4-stroke engine and the kind of sharp handling that the high-performance VX hull provides, all at a reasonable price. What will surprise you is the great fuel economy of this model’s 4-cylinder VX engine. For riders who want to spend less money on fuel and more time out on the water, the incomparable fuel economy of this model compared to the 4-stroke models of the other makers is a real blessing. The extended rear platform expands the variety of marine sports you can enjoy, and the full array of features like the front compartment, glove box and multifunction meters are sure to be appreciated. It may look like a nice and simple package, but the VX is simply a masterpiece, packed full of Yamaha PWC technology and waiting to open up a whole new WaveRunner world for you.

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Dependable, reliable, affordable.

The 2008 VX is Yamaha’s answer to the person who wants the refreshing feeling of a high-performance 4-stroke engine and the kind of sharp handling that the high-performance VX hull provides, all at a reasonable price.

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One of the most affordable 4 stokes PWC; the Yamaha VX jet ski with its 110 hp will definitely make your weekends on the water a real pleasure. Don’t let the simple design of the hull full you! The VX delivers fun, performance and reliability for you and your family. Engine The compact, ultra-lightweight, liquid-cooled Yamaha MR-1 engine that powers the VX jet ski has 110 hp, four-cylinder, 1052cc, DOHC and 20 valves. This model has some of the “classic” features that Yamaha implemented in (...)

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