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2018 Yamaha FX Limited SVHO Waverunner for sale at Riva Motorsports & Marine Florida Keys

Yamaha Summer Clearance! Sale Pricing and 3 year warranty for a limited time!
Own for as low as $0 down $349 per month with approved credit! Payment is based on promotional 5.99%APR for 60 months credit approval. Rebate/ lowest cash price can NOT be combined with warranty offer. Contact us for details.

Riva Motorsports & Marine of the Keys
Financing Available Trade-Ins Welcome


LUXURY MEETS FAMILY TUBING FUN

Features may include:

MATCHING SINGLE-RIDER TUBE

Single-rider tube designed for the FX Limited SVHO stores in the storage bag when not in use.

12 VOLT OUTLET

Glovebox storage includes a 12-volt outlet for charging or operating the included inflator.

DUAL BUMPERS

This matching set of bumpers protects the WaveRunner while docked.

DRY BAG

Keep everything you bring aboard dry with this large dry bag.

PULL-UP CLEATS (4)

Plenty of cleats for tying up to the dock.

CRUISER® SEAT

The theater-style 3-person Cruiser Seat is designed to provide comfort for all-day touring.

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Selling 2019 Yamaha VX-C Waverunner, 3 seater, 110HP, four stroke, great rental machine, just serviced: oil change, spark plugs, new battery, motor has also been fogged. Has digital gas and speed gauges. Super reliable, motor has 700 hours on it, these machines go well over 2000 hours no problem. Ski has clean florida title. Trailer not included.
Price $7500 firm.
Machine is missing rear bumpers we have ordered them however.
Call (912) 541 06 47
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Local Sale or export
We also have parts and motors.

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We have following Yamaha Waverunner Motors and parts.

OEM TR-1 Engine 3 cyl; longblock with sensors, starter, stater. $3500-4500
no core needed!

TR-1 ECU’s: $500-$700
TR-1 Wiring Harness $200-300
TR-1 EX/VX jetpumps $550
TR-1 handlebar controls $150-300

We also have VX110 and FX140 motors

Call (912) 541-0647
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Selling 2015 Yamaha VX Sport,
Has reverse, was Rental, needs body work, has low compression in rear cylinder. Needs valve job maybe. Motor turns over. Has all electrics. Motor is still together, ski does have reverse and jetpump is good and still in the machine. Ski has clean Florida title. No trailer.
Can be delivered. We are located in Key West at the bottom of the Keys.
Prices:
Whole ski $1750
Part out: ecu $300,
harness $400
Motor $1000
Hull $1300
Pump $500
Fuel pump $150

Call (912) 541-0647
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Parting out the following jetskis
Phone (912) 541-0647

2018 Yamaha VX: hull is green/white
Hull $2000

Engine turns over dropped valve $1500
Harness $300
Fuse box $300
Jetpump $550
Gauges $300
Hood $350
Fuel pump $150
Start stop switch with throttle $150
I-ride controls $150
I-ride motor $400

2017 Yamaha VX: hull is red/white
Hull $1800
Engine running drop in ready $3500
Harness $300
Ecu $650
Fuse box $300
Jetpump $550
Gauges $300
Hood $350
Fuel pump $150
Start stop switch with throttle $150
I-ride controls $150
I-ride motor $400

Call (912) 541-0647
Jetski123.com


Hull $2000
Engine turns over dropped valve $1500
Harness $300
Fuse box $300
Jetpump $550
Gauges $300
Hood $350
Fuel pump $150
Start stop switch with throttle $150
I-ride controls $150
I-ride motor $400

2017 Yamaha VX: hull is red/white
Hull $1800
Engine running drop in ready $3500
Harness $300
Ecu $650
Fuse box $300
Jetpump $550
Gauges $300
Hood $350
Fuel pump $150
Start stop switch with throttle $150
I-ride controls $150
I-ride motor $400

Call (912) 541-0647
Jetski123.com

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4-2018 Yamaha VX $5888each.
2-2017 Yamaha VX $5400 each.

TR-1 High output powered, super reliable super fun, all machines just serviced ready to go!!! Jetski123.com Jetskis worldwide 365!!!! Call (912) 541-0647 #jetskiforsalemiami #waverunners #yamaha #jetskiswholesale #jetskiforsale

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Yamaha FX140 MR-1 Motor, 998cc, came out of a 2003 FX140 ski. Motor is oem and is running. Good compression, picture taken without intake/airbox on it but we do have it. Fits other models etc. Last One we have!! First $3000 takes it!!! We can ship it through freight center. Call (912) 541-0647. Jetskis world wide 365!!! Jetski123.com cashforskis.com

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5511 5th Ave. | Stock Island, FL 33040

By Appointment Only: (305) 741-3157
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Sours: https://www.jetskiswholesale.com/category/for-sale/
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2018 Yamaha VX Deluxe Watercraft for sale at Riva Motorsports Miami

Yamaha Summer Clearance! Sale pricing and 3 year warranty for a limited time.
Own for as low as $0 down $221 per monthwith approved credit! Payment is based on promotional 5.99%APR for 60 months credit approval. Other options available, contact us to apply.

Riva Motorsports Miami
Financing Available Trade-Ins Welcome



ALL-TIME BEST SELLING WAVERUNNER

Features may include:

TR-1 HIGH OUTPUT ENGINE

This award-winning, lightweight 3-cylinder engine brings a fun ride with maximum fuel economy.

RiDE®

Drivers switch from forward to neutral to reverse with one pull of the throttle resulting in easier deceleration, reversing and docking.

NANOXCEL® HULL & DECK

NanoXcel® hull delivers an impressive power-to-weight ratio, agile ride and industry-leading fuel efficiency.

REBOARDING STEP

Designed to make it easier to reboard after a swim. Conveniently tucks away when not in use.

STORAGE

Dry storage area is perfect for towels and other essentials.



Riva Motorsports Miami
Financing Available Trade-Ins Welcome
Sours: https://www.rivamiami.com/New-Inventory-2018-Yamaha-Personal-Watercraft-VX-Deluxe-Miami-3979581
2018 Yamaha WaveRunner with Trailer On Sale

Yamaha WaveRunner boats for sale

Yamaha WaveRunner boats on Boat Trader

Yamaha WaveRunner is a boat builder in the marine industry that offers boats for sale spanning different sizes on Boat Trader, with the smallest current boat listed at 8 feet in length, to the longest vessel measuring in at 18 feet, and an average length of 11.05 feet. Boat Trader currently has 612 Yamaha WaveRunner boats for sale, including 540 new vessels and 72 used boats listed by both private sellers and professional boat and yacht dealers mainly in United States. The oldest model listed is a contemporary boat built in 2000 and the newest model year was built in 2022.

How much do Yamaha WaveRunner boats cost?

Yamaha WaveRunner boats for sale on Boat Trader are available for a range of prices, valued from $5,584 on the more economical boat models all the way up to $22,500 for the higher-end boats. Higher performance models now listed come rigged with motors up to 470 horsepower, while the more modest more functional models may have as low as 60 horsepower engines (although the average engine size is 128 HP).

What kind of boats does Yamaha WaveRunner build?

Of the boats listed, Yamaha WaveRunner offers familiar boat hull types and designs including other. These vessels are generally considered ideal for traditional boating endeavors like watersports and PWC. The boats available here currently from this builder come with inboard, outboard-4S, outboard and other propulsion systems, available in gas and other fuel systems.

Why are Yamaha WaveRunner boats popular?

Yamaha WaveRunner is popular for their Personal Watercraft, Bowrider, Jet and other among other classes and models. Overall these available boats have a remarkably shallow draft and narrow beam, characteristics that make them an excellent choice for watersports and PWC.

What is the best Yamaha WaveRunner model?

Some of the best-known Yamaha WaveRunner models at present include: EX Sport, EX Deluxe, VX Deluxe, EX® Sport and FX Cruiser HO.

Sours: https://www.boattrader.com/boats/make-yamaha-waverunner/

Yamaha sale for 2018 waverunner

About this YAMAHA WAVERUNNER

This GREEN 2018 YAMAHA WAVERUNNER is part of our JET SKI vehicles. Join the auto auction to bid on this YAMAHA WAVERUNNER, which has a MO - BILL OF SALE. Please note, the following damage may be present on the vehicle: SIDE and FRONT END, which can be viewed more closely by examining the photos included on this page.

Want more information for this particular auto auction? Check with the AL - BIRMINGHAM location, if you’d like to look at 2018 YAMAHA WAVERUNNER for yourself. A condition report is not available for this JET SKI. Interested in bidding on this vehicle? Check the licensing requirements for this state to determine whether or not you need a business license to bid. If you don’t have one, you’ll need to contact a Broker to help you.

As of now, the sale date is Sun. Sep 12, 2021. If you don’t plan on picking up the vehicle yourself, you can calculate how much it would cost to deliver this 2018 YAMAHA WAVERUNNER to your location using the Location & Delivery section.

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2018 Yamaha FX Cruiser HO - UW550

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It’s incredible to believe, but not since the tipping point of 2008 has the boating and marine industry been so vibrant. During a private meeting with the Yamaha Motor Corp. USA marine division’s top brass, The Watercraft Journal was presented with some of the most exciting and encouraging data that we’ve had the pleasure of reporting since our launch in 2013; during the past 12 months, 88 million Americans took to the water, equating to a growth explosion 3-to-4 times greater than previous projections. Of that growth in the boating market, the personal watercraft industry leapt up an incredible 11-percent in new unit sales.

Marking that growth were gains from all three OE manufacturers: Sea-Doo picked up 6-percent in sales, Kawasaki nabbed an impressive 11-percent (thanks in no small measure to the introduction of its 4-stroke SX-R), and Yamaha, who rocketed ahead with a staggering 18-percent gain (making Yamaha the fastest growing brand). Of that impressive growth, an impressive 49-percent of new vehicle sales went to first-time buyers (Kawasaki also reported a strong 38-percent in first-time buyer sales). That is a percentage unmatched by any powersport market, be it motorcycles, snowmobiles or otherwise.


Moreover, Yamaha’s EX Series lead the percentage of first-time buyers for the brand, while the GP1800 was praised for being the first performance runabout in the Top 10 sellers in years (fetching a respectable 6th place). In fact, six Yamahas filled the Top 10 best sellers for 2017, with the EX Sport grabbing 3rd place in the Top 3, behind Sea-Doo’s Trixx and 3up Sparks. (Of the 130,000 estimated used PWC sales sold – across all brands – 54-percent of new EX buyers had considered buying used until purchasing a new Yamaha.) And speaking of the GP1800, the runabout out-sold the Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 two-to-one in 2017, and was one of the fastest-selling PWC on the market.

At the close of 2017, Yamaha WaveRunners is looking pretty dang strong: among shoppers and current customers, Yamaha ranks highest for reliability and continues as the Number 1 choice for rental organizations for the past 20 years. For 2018, Yamaha is marking 50 years of marine engine technology as well as the 50th anniversary of YamaLube. In regards to the 2018 lineup of WaveRunners, Yamaha is offering 25 models (15 if you exclude color options), all of which feature new coloring, graphics and moldings from last year. And if Yamaha needed 2018 to be any more exciting, it’s projected to produce its one millionth WaveRunner in April, which is sure to be a highly desired production number among the diehards.


As noted, Yamaha’s Rec Lite segment entry – the EX Series – experienced a heck of a freshman year, slipping in behind Sea-Doo’s two most popular Spark models. For 2018, the EX lineup remains the same; the base model EX ($6,699) is available in Pure White-and-Deep Blue, and is powered by the 102-horsepower 1049cc TR-1 EX 3-cylidner engine. The EX Sport ($7,699) ups the ante with side mirrors, a spring-loaded reboarding step and a mechanically-operated reverse. It also comes in a choice of Yacht Blue Metallic or Pure White-and-Torch Red Metallic. Finally, the EX Deluxe ($8,699) features a choice of metallic paint hues (Carbon Metallic-and-Electric Green, or Metallic Azure Blue), a two-tone “cut and sew” seat, more aggressive graphics and of course, Yamaha’s RiDE dual-throttle brake-and-reverse system.

Yamaha’s best-selling segment – the VX Series – continues to offer the Recreation group the widest variety of trim, comfort and performance options. Constituting the second-largest percentage of buyers (29-percent), the VX Series offers a little bit of everything. The entry-level VX ($9,599) is powered by the unrestricted 1049cc TR-1 producing an official 118-horsepower. Equipped with a 18.5-gallon tank, the VX can provide hours of fun without requiring extra fuel. The next level up, the VX Deluxe ($10.399) remains the best-selling PWC model in history, and like the base VX and all other Yamahas, comes standard with RiDE. The VX Cruiser ($10,699) is equally equipped but with the tiered Cruiser bench seat. The VX comes in Pure White-and-Electric Green; the VX Deluxe comes in either Pure White or Black Metallic/Azure Blue; as the VX Cruiser is offered in either Torch Red Metallic or Azure Blue Metallic.


The VX Limited ($11,099) is the most-heavily equipped TR-1 3-cylinder powered VX model including the now famously popular Limited Watersports package, which includes a one-person raft, electric inflator, custom graphics and badging, a unique PWC cover and solar panel battery tender, a 12-volt socket in the glovebox, and a color-matched tow rope – specifically Black Metallic/Crimson Red Metallic. And finally, the VX Cruiser HO ($11,299) comes with Yamaha’s Cruise Assist and No Wake mode settings as well as the manufacturer’s super-successful naturally-aspirated 1.8L 4-cylinder producing 180-horsepower. Its Azure Blue Metallic-and-white or Black Metallic livery is also new.

The typical Performance segment buyer equates the strongest single demographic of Yamaha sales at 33-percent. They are the youngest and most interested in overall speed, handling and performance. Leading this group is the GP1800. As noted, the resurrected GP model proved a runaway hit, both in sales and on the race track. For 2018, the GP1800 ($13,999) is offered in Torch Red Metallic with white and black accents, and Team Yamaha Blue with white accents.  The 1,812cc Super Vortex High Output 4-cylinder did receive a single upgrade for the year: a redesigned supercharger housing.


The Watercraft Journal asked Yamaha’s Scott Watkins regarding the change who explained it was one of structural and economic necessity, and that no performance gains were expected to come from the change (quelling rumors bouncing around the chat rooms). The wheel, shaft and boost level remains identical to the previous model year. And while commenters will chide the SVHO’s officially-unofficial 250-horsepower output, the proof of the GP1800’s potency has been proven seemingly every weekend. Currently, Yamaha owns a staggering percentage of moto, class and series wins, from closed course to open ocean offshore racing.

Strangely enough, the naturally-aspirated, NaneXcel-equipped VXR ($11,999) is arguably far more striking in either Black Metallic/Matte Carbon with red accents, or Black Metallic/Azure Blue Metallic than either of the two GP1800 offerings, but that is just our opinion.


The final entry to this group is the venerable SuperJet ($8,499). In order for Yamaha to continue production of the 701cc 2-stroke, only cosmetic changes would be allowed, as per USCG regulations. This grandfather clause has allowed the SuperJet to remain, and this year (rumored to be its final year as-is) has some very special coloring. The standup features brilliant “throwback” neon yellow, electric and Yamaha-blue accents, iconic to Scott “Hollywood” Watkins’ signature wetsuits and JetPilot-sponsored skis. Many believe this is a nod to the long-time Yamaha Product Developer and a final send-off to the current SJ.

The final segment – Yamaha’s FX Series – doesn’t fail to impress, either. With the phasing out of the Super High Output engine two years ago, the FX models are split between the naturally-aspirated 180-horsepower 1,812cc plant, and the aforementioned supercharged-and-intercooled 250-horsepower SVHO. The FX HO ($13,299) and Cruiser HO ($13,799) vary only slightly, with the FX HO in brilliant Azure Blue Metallic and Pure White; as the Cruiser HO comes in a choice of Pure White with black with teal accents, or Carbon Metallic. Both include tilt steering, Cruise Assist, No Wake Mode, bountiful storage and some of the best fuel economy for a full-sized 3-seater in the market (due to the Low RPM Mode, reducing fuel consumption up to 26-percent). Only the Cruiser features the tiered-bench and pop-up cleats.


For those looking for a more exciting fare, the FX SVHO ($15,299) comes in a sporty Torch Red Metallic as the Cruiser-edition of the FX SVHO ($15,999) is offered in a choice of Azure Blue Metallic or Carbon Metallic with red accents. Similar to the naturally-aspirated models listed previously, differences include the Cruiser seat and cleats; apart from the SVHO engine and 160mm pump. Finally, the Black and Crimson Red FX Limited SVHO ($16,899) – similar to the VX Limited – comes equipped with the Limited Watersports package, including a single-rider raft, inflator pump, matching PWC cover and solar panel battery tender, a 12-volt socket in the glovebox, and a color-matched tow rope.

[All 2018 prices have been added to the text – Ed.] Unfortunately, new prices for 2018 were not disclosed to The Watercraft Journal at the time of this writing, but are expected to be published on the Yamaha WaveRunners website after 8pm EST, August 28th, 2017. Until then, enjoy the slideshow below and remember to leave any comments or questions at the end of this report.

Sours: https://watercraftjournal.com/gallery-introducing-the-2018-yamaha-waverunner-lineup/

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