2021 Sea-Doo prices and model changes

For 2021, Sea-Doo has added nine new models – and discontinued six from 2020 – amid modest price rises across most of the range.

The 2021 Sea-Doo range has nine new model variants and modest price rises across most of the line-up, although the complete rollout of the range will likely run into the first half of 2021.

As part of the new 2021 Sea-Doo model realignment, six models were discontinued – however the company has plugged those gaps and filled new niches.

We have more detailed stories on the 2021 Sea-Doo Fish Pro here and the 2021 Sea-Doo RXP-X RS 300 here, however this article covers the complete model range.

Most Sea-Doo watercraft have increased in price by $200 for 2021. 

However the new performance flagship, the Sea-Doo RXP-X RS 300 (pictured above), has increased by the biggest margin – by $1600 to a starting price of $24,799 – because it is an all-new model and now comes with factory-fitted Bluetooth audio speakers as standard.

The hugely popular Sea-Doo Fish Pro 170 has risen in price by $200 – and factory-fitted Bluetooth audio speakers remain a $1000 option.

The 2021 Sea-Doo Fish Pro 170 is now available with the company’s revolutionary and world-first reverse thrust debris removable system. The technology adds $600 to the cost of the Fish Pro. 

Oddly the same technology is a $1200 option on the 2021 Sea-Doo GTX Limited 300, yet it is only a $600 option on the 2021 Sea-Doo GTX 170. 

The cheapest model in the 2021 Sea-Doo range – the basic two-seater Spark – has held onto its attractive $7999 price from 2020, however stock is limited and this model is not likely to be available in Australian showrooms until the middle of the year.

Sea-Doo has realigned the rest of the Spark line-up. The basic three-seat Spark has been discontinued but Sea-Doo has added a two-seat version of the Trixx without the portable sound system, which trims the price by $800. 

For details on changes to more 2021 Sea-Doo models, see the full price list below.

 Model (engine capacity)  2020 RRP (excluding trailer and rego)  2021 RRP (excluding trailer and rego)
 Sea-Doo Spark 2 seat (900cc)  $7999  $7999
 Sea-Doo Spark 3 seat (900cc)  $11,199  Not available in Australia 2021
 Sea-Doo Spark Trixx 2 seat, IBR (900cc)  New model for 2021  $10,899
 Sea-Doo Spark Trixx 2 seat, IBR, SS (900cc)  $11,499  $11,699
 Sea-Doo Spark Trixx 3 seat, IBR (900cc)  New model for 2021  $11,799
 Sea-Doo Spark Trixx 3 seat, IBR, SS (900cc)  $12,399  $12,599
 Sea-Doo GTI 90 (900cc)  $13,199  Not available in Australia 2021
 Sea-Doo GTI 130 (1630cc)  $14,699  $14,899
 Sea-Doo GTI SE 170 (1630cc)  New model for 2021  $16,999
 Sea-Doo Fish Pro 170 (1630cc)  $20,499  $20,699
 Sea-Doo Fish Pro 170, SS (1630cc)  $21,499  $21,699
 Sea-Doo Fish Pro 170, IDF (1630cc)  New model for 2021  $21,299
 Sea-Doo Fish Pro 170, IDF, SS (1630cc)  New model for 2021  $22,299
 Sea-Doo Wake Pro 230, SS (SC 1630cc)  $23,999  $24,199
 Sea-Doo GTX 170 (1630cc)  $18,799  $18,999
 Sea-Doo GTX 170, SS (1630cc)  $19,799  Discontinued
 Sea-Doo GTX 170, IDF (1630cc)  New model for 2021  $19,599
 Sea-Doo GTX 230 (SC 1630cc)  $20,799  Discontinued
 Sea-Doo GTX 230, SS (SC 1630cc)  $21,799  Discontinued
 Sea-Doo GTX 230, IDF, SS (SC 1630cc)  New model for 2021  $22,599
 Sea-Doo GTX Limited 300, SS (SC 1630cc)  $26,499  $26,699
 Sea-Doo GTX Limited 300, SS, IDF (SC 1630cc)  New model for 2021  $27,899
 Sea-Doo GTR 230 (SC 1630cc)  $18,599  $18,799
 Sea-Doo GTR 230, SS (SC 1630cc)  $19,599  $19,799
 Sea-Doo RXT-X RS 300, SS (SC 1630cc)  $26,399  $26,599 (yellow), $26,899 (purple)
 Sea-Doo RXP-X RS 300 (SC 1630cc)  $23,199  Not available in Australia 2021
 Sea-Doo RXP-X RS 300, SS (SC 1630cc)  New model for 2021  $24,799 (yellow), $25,099 (purple)

Prices were accurate when this article was published, subject to change.