- TR-1 High Output Engine
- NanoXcel® 2 Technology
- Pump Extension
TR-1 High Output Engine
This award-winning, lightweight 3-cylinder engine brings a fun ride with maximum fuel economy.
NanoXcel® 2 Technology
NanoXcel® hull delivers an impressive power-to-weight ratio, agile ride and industry-leading fuel efficiency.
Drivers switch from forward to neutral to reverse with one pull of the throttle resulting in easier deceleration, reversing and docking.
The all new EXR comes with a pump extension for even quicker response times for an even sportier ride.
The EX Series offers more storage options than comparably-priced PWC.
|Available Colors||Azure Blue with Lime Yellow|
|Rider Capacity||1-3 persons|
|Height (meters)||1.15 m|
|Dry Weight||540 lbs|
|Fuel Capacity (liters)||50 liters|
|Fuel Capacity (gallons)||13.2 gal|
|Storage Capacity (gallons)||7.7 gal|
|NanoXcel®2 Ultra-lightweight Hull and Deck|
Waterproof Wireless Bluetooth® Speakers for the EX Series
Pop on the Waterproof Wireless Bluetooth® Speakers, and take your tunes with you when you pull up on the beach. Audio packages sold separately.
Dry Pak™ Cell Phone Case
Perfect for every water-bound outdoor enthusiast who wants to bring a cell phone.
Yamaha Side Entry Nylon PFD
Made from heavy-duty coated nylon with a convenient side-entry.
WaveRunner Product Manager Scott Watkins takes you inside the development of Yamaha's new EXR WaveRunner, the only ultra lightweight high performance rec-lite watercraft in the industry.
Whether the goal is fun, affordability or features, it's all on the EX Series from Yamaha.BoatTest.com
What I really like is this RiDE system. You see, I can ride with confidence right up to any target and pull the trigger stop and still turn.Boating Magazine
The addition to Yamaha’s entry-level EX Series is almost our personal favorite of the bunch. As is with the new lineup of race-ready machines, the EXR becomes “the most affordable WaveRunner to feature Yamaha’s high-performance, super-lightweight NanoXcel2 hull and deck material.” Read the Review » Kevin Shaw, Watercraft Journal
The EXR also gets a top-loader grate and set-back pump design. Top speed increases by about four miles-per-hour to the 54 mph range. The fun factor increases in turn, with the craft taking on a powerful, playful attitude. Read the Review » Veteran Boating Writer, Jeff Hemmel
Powering the EXR is Yamaha’s award-winning, three-cylinder TR-1 HO marine engine that comes with a modified engine control unit (ECU) that increases horsepower by ten percent compared to the rest of the EX line. Read the Review » Dave McMahon, PowerSports Business Editor in Chief