FX SVHO Design
- Multi-Mount System
- Footwell Drain System
- SVHO® Engine
- NanoXcel® 2 Technology
Easily affixes accessories (sold separately) including new custom-designed Wireless Bluetooth® Speakers, GPS Fish Finder as well as your action cameras and smartphones.
Footwell Drain System
Features the self-draining footwells to prevent water pooling.
Yamaha’s 1.8L supercharged, Super Vortex High Output Marine engine delivers more power and torque than any WaveRunner before it.
Drivers switch from forward to neutral to reverse with one pull of the throttle resulting in easier deceleration, reversing and docking.
NanoXcel® 2 Technology
NanoXcel® hull delivers an impressive power-to-weight ratio, agile ride and industry-leading fuel efficiency.
FX SVHO Full Specs
|Rider Capacity||1-3 persons|
|Height (meters)||1.23 m|
|Dry Weight||818 lbs|
|Fuel Capacity (liters)||70 liters|
|Fuel Capacity (gallons)||18.5 gal|
|Storage Capacity (gallons)||44 gal|
|NanoXcel®2 Ultra-lightweight Hull|
|NanoXcel® Ultra-lightweight Deck|
FX SVHO Featured Accessories
Yamaha Exclusive ECOXGEAR® Bluetooth Speakers for the FX Series
Pop on the ECOXGEAR® Waterproof Wireless Bluetooth® Speakers, and take your tunes with you when you pull up on the beach.
Suggested Retail Price of $399
GPS Garmin Fish Finder
Kit Includes: Garmin® Striker 4 GPS Fishfinder w/ Transducer, Yamaha Transducer bracket, Wiring Harness, and all supporting hardware.
Suggested Retail Price of $249
FX Soft-Sided Cooler
Removable cooler with handles fits in molded compartment of all FX bow storage compartments. Holds 24 cans plus ice.
Suggested Retail Price of $89.99
FX SVHO Reviews
One thing I really appreciated is that there's drains in the footwell so when I'm riding they don't fill with water and they also won't fill and puddle when this boat is sitting beside your house in storage.Jeff Hemmel
The new FX hull is very stable but is designed to lean into a turn more than past models, which makes it much more fun and comfortable when changing direction at any speed. Read the Review » Boating Writer Charles Plueddeman
From the angled bow, to the arching bondline and tapering into a widened fantail with a thickly padded, wider swimstep, the new FX is sleeker and bolder than ever before. Read the Review » Kevin Shaw, Watercraft Journal
By choosing an existing standard like RAM, Yamaha has opened the doors to a variety of accessories that will truly let the rider customize the craft to their choosing (sold separately). Read the Review » Veteran Boating Writer, Jeff Hemmel
The new deck of the FX Series is aggressive and bold, featuring stylish gunwales and an entire look that is supercar-sleek. Read the Review » Dave McMahon, PowerSports Editor in Chief