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After two years of inaction and the threat of a Class Action in the US, Yamaha Australia is finally rolling out a software fix to address faulty fuel buzzers – and a glitch with fuel consumption readouts – on 2022 and 2023 model-year FX HO and FX SVHO WaveRunners.
Yamaha Australia is giving away a chance to win a new Yamaha WaveRunner FX HO JetFish edition to customers who sign up to Yamaha Insurance or Yamaha Finance by 31 January 2024.
Surf Life Savers have taken delivery of 14 new examples of the Sea-Doo GTI in the lead-up to the Australian summer, as part of a fleet of more than 50 personal watercraft on patrol along the coast.
Jet Ski market leader Sea-Doo has slashed prices by between $1500 and $3500 in the lead-up to the Australian summer, as it clears 2022 and 2023 stock ahead of the Australian arrival of 2024 models.
The updated Sea-Doo Explorer Pro now has a new 230-horsepower supercharged option.
Sea-Doo has increased prices across its 2024 line-up, with the biggest jumps applied to the new 325-horsepower supercharged flagship models.
The entry point to Sea-Doo’s supercharged range just got a major boost, with the GTR 230 to be joined next year by the new GTR-X with 300 horsepower.
The 2024 Sea-Doo Spark Trixx has been unveiled in the US, but it’s not coming to Australia until excess stock of the current model is sold out.
The world’s fastest factory-built Jet Ski has been given a power boost. The 2024 Sea-Doo RXP-X and RXT-X get a 325 horsepower boost, a new supercharger and other go-fast parts.
Prices for the 2024 Yamaha WaveRunner line-up have risen by up to $3100 in Australia – pushing all supercharged models past $30,000 and hitting record high RRPs for non-supercharged models. Here’s how they compare to Sea-Doo and Kawasaki Jet Ski.
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