BoatTest reviews the all-new 2021 VX Series Platform, stand -up SuperJet, new GP Series and more.
[Excerpted from BoatTest, August 12th, 2020]
“The EX Limited expands Yamaha’s EX Series, adding a high-end model. Enhancements on the new craft include a 3D logo, a Yamaha branded fender, pull-up cleats, an upgraded tow hook, a color matched tube, a 12-volt tube inflator w/outlet, a tow rope, a matching cover, portable audio speakers, waterproof bow storage and a removable compression-molded storage bag.”
“2021, the GP Series has a new deck design, tilt-adjustable handlebars and the Connext helm control with the LCD display.
“Thirty years after the first stand-up WaveRunner, the 650 SuperJet, was introduced, the SuperJet returns with a hull that Yamaha says is 142 lbs. (64.41 kg) lighter and 8.8” (22.35 cm) shorter than the competition and it’s powered by a four-stroke TR-1 engine. It’s fed by a 5-gallon (18.93 -liter) fuel tank and there’s a low-fuel meter on the deck.”
“For 2021, the Yamaha VX series has improved ergonomics with deeper, wider, self-draining footwells and a new seat that is 1.5” (3.81 cm) narrower to improve knee grip and overall comfort.”
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