The 2013 Yamaha VX Sport was designed for families that search for a practical, comfortable and especially affordable jet ski.
Despite its relatively low price tag (£ 7,699) the VX Sport offers pretty decent performances and a fairly modern style. It also comes with a pretty sporty black hull that thanks to its sleek design it offers responsive handling, great stability and neutral turning performance. As the VX Sport was designed for families, you also get plenty of storage places which offer a total volume of 57 litres.
As far as power as concerned, the VX Sport is equipped with an ultra-lightweight, water-cooled, 4-cylinder ,1052cc, DOHC, 20-valve engine with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI). It is also worthy of being mentioned that the VX Sport’s engine is the most fuel efficient unit in the industry. The engine is fed by a large 60 litre fuel tank that offers a pretty generous range.
Hit the jump for more information on the Yamaha VX Sport.
Buying a jet ski doesn’t have to be scoring the biggest and baddest of the bunch. Sometimes, especially when the purpose is for some family fun, it’s best to get one that’s not only affordable but also offers the benefits of power and reliability.
The Yamaha VX Sport is one of the best values you can buy, thanks to its ergonomic design, responsive engine, and proven fuel economy.
The VX Sport deck integrates the look and feel of a Yamaha luxury watercraft by creating a roomy cockpit for the operator. Yamaha’s exclusive high-compression molded hull is formed to make the best fit and finish in the industry. The jet ski is also spacious enough to accommodate up to three people, thanks to a long seat design that provides added space and more legroom for taller riders. The seat also has a large bolster for added comfort when riding with two or three people and the reboarding platform is wide and thickly padded. In addition to the spacious seating layout, the VX Sport also comes with a glove box, a large reverse lever, and a pair of side mirrors.
Powering the VX Sport is an impressive 1052cc, four-stroke Yamaha marine engine that is considered the most fuel efficient in the PWC industry. The engine’s high-performance capability, together with the efficiency fuel economy returns, makes the jet ski a responsive, low-maintenance, fuel efficient ride.
Overall, the Yamaha VX Sport is the ideal family jet ski. The craft can even be used as a great platform for skiing or wakeboarding, providing an absent shortage of fun activities.
Find out more about the specifications of the Yamaha VX Sport after the jump.
Sporty yet practical, the 2009 Yamaha VX Sport shows off the dual aspects of its personality with a sturdy black hull, dynamic performance and outstanding dependability.
The VX Sport established itself as the best-selling standard in the world’s entry-level and rental markets appears this year with refreshing new Heat Red coloring. It is sure to cut a stylish figure against the blue sky and water. The combination of the VX hull, with its light handling feel and running stability, and the four-stroke 1052cc engine with its outstanding reliability and durability, make this model the popular favorite for all kinds of use conditions in riding areas around the world. You will appreciate its multifunction meters that provide necessary information in easily viewable form and the Extended Rear Platform designed to accommodate all kinds of marine recreation. This VX Sport embodies the WaveRunner qualities that open up a world of "Fun Riding" and "Excitement." Let it take you to that world of fun and freedom on the water.
The Yamaha VX Sport is one of the most inexpensive ski jets on the market. Don’t worry about that, the Yamaha didn’t ruin its reputation by making a cheap ski jet without many features. The VX Sport it’s fast, rides incredibly smooth and anyone can afford it.
The VX Sport is powered by a 110 hp, four-cylinder, 1052cc, DOHC, 20-valve, liquid-cooled Yamaha MR-1 four-stroke engine. Yamaha didn’t forgot to include in the VX Sport the Electronic Fuel Injection system, the Yamaha Engine (...)