The Yamaha FZS is distinguished by its incredible high-speed handling and stand-up riding capabilities. Its aerodynamic hull design combines remarkable tight turning with an edge-to-edge inside lean character for unparalleled precision. Incorporating an extended seat into its aggressive design, the FZS also offers passengers the opportunity to experience the refined ferocity of a Yamaha musclecraft.
The FZS is a three-person waverunner that offers the versatility to tow or ride with multiple passengers making your days on the water unforgettable.
The new FZR waverunner from Yamaha evokes the world-championship racing heritage of Yamaha in a new era of high-performance musclecraft design. Built specifically to accommodate stand-up riding, the FZR pairs Yamaha’s renowned SHO engine technology with a new race-inspired NanoXcel™ hull and deck—the result is a state of the art watercraft that is quick and nimble with the balance and maneuverability to truly connect the driver to the machine.
The new FZ Series WaveRunners is the first sit-down personal watercraft designed for stand-up riding. This sports-oriented line features the industry’s first telescopic steering column to help make it easier for riders go from sitting to standing and offers three different riding positions. The hull, deck and seat were also designed to promote stand-up riding.
In the 2009 FZR all of the elements that you would expect in a watercraft known for its performance are balanced at a very high level of maneuverability in the high-speed range, sportiness, highly honed turning performance and exhilarating acceleration.
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.
The 2008 Yamaha GP1300R – the world’s most desirable musclecraft – is a pureblooded thoroughbred born of the unending challenge of achieving competitive excellence that is a part of the Yamaha DNA.
If you were wondering what Yamaha could do to improve on a PWC masterpiece, the answer is the new 2008 FX High Output with a body built of the new super-lightweight construction material NanoXcel™ to make it the lightest machine in the full-sized three-seater category.