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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.
Yamaha WaveRunner Australia has announced a new deal to clear 2023 stock before next year’s line-up arrives. Here are the discounts for each model.
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.
After three years of zero discounts on Jet Skis amid severe stock shortages, there is a new round of sharp deals on certain Sea-Doo models, in response to Yamaha’s recent 3.99 per cent finance rate.
The 2023 Yamaha WaveRunner series has been unveiled ahead of Australian showroom arrivals early next year. As with Sea-Doo and Kawasaki Jet Ski, prices have risen – but unlike its rivals, most colours have changed.
Prices, specifications, and colour changes for the 2023 Sea-Doo line-up have been revealed before Australian showroom arrivals next year.
Prices across the 2023 Kawasaki Jet Ski range have gone up in Australia – even though there are no changes compared to today’s 2022 models. Here’s the rundown.
Representatives for all three Jet Ski and personal watercraft brands in Australia have foreshadowed price rises for 2023 Sea-Doo, Yamaha WaveRunner, and Kawasaki Jet Skis.
The 2022 Sea-Doo, Yamaha WaveRunner and Kawasaki models – and the new Taiga Orca electric Jet Ski – will be on display at this year’s Sydney Boat Show. Amid ongoing stock shortages, experts are urging customers to order now in time for summer.
Chronic stock shortages across the Jet Ski and personal watercraft industry in Australia are expected to delay the bulk of 2022 models until at least the middle of the year.
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