2021 Sea-Doo Lineup [With Review Videos]
The 2021 Sea-Doo lineup is here to the delight of many Sea-Doo fans!
If you want to take a quick look at the newest Sea-Doo models, you are at the right place.
We at JetDrift have compiled all the changes coming to the new Sea-Doo fleet into this post.
If you’re interested in other jet ski models from the other manufacturers, don’t miss our detailed price chart here.
Without further ado, let’s check the 2021 Sea-Doo models!
2021 Sea-Doo Lineup
Sea-Doo just unveiled its 2021 lineup, including many exciting new features and a brand new model! The most important highlights of the lineup are as follows:
- 1 new models in the fleet: GTX 300
- Completely redesigned RXP-X 300
- GTX 230 Limited is canceled
- The amazing iDF pump system
- 8-inch-wide full color LCD display (exclusively on the GTX Limited 300)
- Transformable Ergolock seat
- Many new fishing and LinQ accessories
If you want to read more about these updates, keep reading. First, let’s start with a list of all 2021 Sea-Doo price tags!
2021 Sea-Doo Lineup
- 2021 Sea-Doo Spark 60 2UP: $5,499
- 2021 Sea-Doo Spark 90 3UP: $6,799
- 2021 Sea-Doo Spark 90 2UP iBR: $7,199
- 2021 Sea-Doo Spark TRIXX 2UP: $7,699
- 2021 Sea-Doo Spark 90 3UP iBR: $7,799
- 2021 Sea-Doo Spark TRIXX 3UP: $8,299
- 2021 Sea-Doo GTI 90: $9,099
- 2021 Sea-Doo GTI 130: $10,099
- 2021 Sea-Doo GTI SE 130: $10,899
- 2021 Sea-Doo GTI SE 170: $11,499
- 2021 Sea-Doo Wake 170: $12,299
- 2021 Sea-Doo GTR 230: $12,599
- 2021 Sea-Doo GTX 170: $13,099
- 2021 Sea-Doo GTX 230: $14,099
- 2021 Sea-Doo Fish Pro: $15,599
- 2021 Sea-Doo GTX 300: $15,799
- 2021 Sea-Doo RXP-X 300: $15,799
- 2021 Sea-Doo Wake Pro 230: $15,799
- 2021 Sea-Doo RXT-X 300: $16,799
- 2021 Sea-Doo GTX Limited 300: $17,999
2021 Sea-Doo Spark Series
Let’s start with the cheapest Sea-Doos, the SPARKs. If we take a look at this family, it’s safe to say that these models remain unchanged again for this model year.
What’s more, even the price of the entry-level model hasn’t changed, as it’s still available for $5,499. For this money, we can only expect the 60 HP engine option, and we don’t get too many add-ons either.
If you are looking for more power, the 90 HP Sparks are available for $6,799-$7,799 depending on the model.
The deservedly popular Spark TRIXX series got an exciting new red and black suit, but beyond these, it’s pretty much the same as in previous model years.
It’s worth mentioning that all TRIXX feature the 90 HP Rotax engine, and the exclusive VTS (variable trim system) setting.
2021 Sea-Doo GTI Series
The 2021 Sea-Doo Lineup doesn’t bring many changes to the GTI family either. It’s mainly because the platform of the GTI series was completely redesigned from scratch in the previous model year.
Thus, it’s not surprising that we cannot see much change a year later, except for the slight color changes of course.
The 2021 See-Doo GTI 90 is powered with the same 899cc, 90 HP engine like the more powerful SPARK models. This entry-level Recreation Sea-Doo is available for $9,099.
The more powerful GTI 130 and GTI 130 SE models share the same 1630cc, 4-stroke, 130 HP Rotax engine. Be prepared to pay $10,099 and $10,899 for these Sea-Doos.
The most powerful Sea-Doo GTI, the SE 170, comes with a 170 HP engine option and a price tag of $11,499.
All of the GTI hulls are made of Polytec 2.0, which means they are twice as thick as regular Polytec hulls. This unique material makes these models strong, but still lightweight.
2021 Sea-Doo GTX Series
One of the most exciting models in the new lineup can be found in the GTX family.
It’s the 2021 Sea-Doo GTX Limited 300, as this PWC got new extremely useful features, the Intelligent Debris Free pump system (iDF).
As the name implies, you can use it to remove the debris from your pump, which has caused a lot of headaches so far!
Are you wondering how this system works?
Simply put, you can reverse the impeller’s rotation by pressing a button on the left handlebar. It’s possible because the system features a simple set of gears, which can reverse the direction of driveshaft rotation.
The impeller starts to force the water towards the intake grate, which pushes the debris out from the pump.
This new feature can be especially useful for riders who ride in waters with a lot of seaweed or other vegetation.
Removing these from the pump has always been a lot of work so far, but thanks to the iDF, it’s not an issue anymore. Let’s take a closer look at how this system works!
This iDF system is standard on the GTX Limited, the Fish Pro and the RXP-X, but it’s also available as an option on any other GTX Sea-Doo model.
Another amazing new feature on the GTX Limited 300 is a huge 7.8” LCD display with Bluetooth-connection.
And finally, don’t forget that there is a new model in the GTX family. Besides the GTX Limited 300, a new GTX 300 was also introduced with the same 300 HP engine.
On the other hand, the GTX 230 Limited was unfortunately discontinued.
2021 Sea-Doo Performance Models
Let’s move on to the performance Sea-Doo models!
The most remarkable changes have been made on the flagship Sea-Doo, the RXP-X 300.
First, its TR-3 hull was completely redesigned with a deeper V-design. It also features a sharp keel with rolled edges on the sides. This results in more aggressive turns, but it’s still easy to control.
Regariding dimensions, the new hull is the same length, but it’s nearly 1” wider than the 2020 RXP-X.
Not only the engine and fuel tank have been relocated 2” forward, but the front of the top deck was redesigned as well.
With these changes, the designers moved the center of gravity towards the bow, which is a great help on the corners!
The air flow under the craft is controlled by a new feature on the mid-hull, called „Shark Gills”. This provides better control at higher speeds.
The main advantage of the new hull design is that it offers excellent stability for everyday riders, but at higher speeds it can turn very sharply as well.
Although the new RXP-X got a new hull and many new features, it’s surprisingly 67 pounds lighter than its predecessor!
As the 1630cc, 4-stroke, 300 HP engine of the RXP-X remained unchanged, this decrease in weight leads to a better (0.38 HP/lbs) power/weight ratio.
This ensures a faster acceleration, as this new model can do 0-50 mph in 2.9 seconds!
The 2021 RXP-X, just like the GTR family, got a new transformable Ergolock seat. You can transform this saddle from „race-style” to a regular flat seat with one move.
Moreover, this craft is also equipped with the aforementioned iDF pump system.
Let’s take a closer look at this 2021 Sea-Doo RXP-X:
When it comes to the other performance models like the RXT-X and the GTR 230, it seems that these Sea-Doos arrived without any major changes.
The only tweaks that we can see are some new color options and the higher prices of course. The new RXT-X 300 is available for $16,799, while the base GTR costs $14,099 this model year.
While the LinQ connection system comes standard, the 100-watt Bluetooth sound system is available as an option for these models.
Fishing and Watersports
The two Sea-Doo Wake models also remained in the fleet for this model year, to the delight of tow-sport fans.
The non-supercharged Wake 170 has the same engine and hull as the GTI 170 SE. The main differences that we can notice are the variety of colors and several tow-sport related accessories on the Wake 170.
The most important ones are the reboarding step, the tow eye, the “ski pylon” and the removable wakeboard rack.
The more powerful supercharged Wake Pro 230 is available in the same colors as its smaller brother, but it comes on a totally different platform. Built on the bigger ST-3 hull and powered with a 1630cc, 4-stroke, 230 HP engine, the new Wake Pro can be a great choice for any wakeboarder or tuber.
This craft offers different riding modes like Ski Mode, Slow Mode, or Sport Mode. These make the towing experience smooth for the wakeboard rider as well as the operator. When you ride this Sea-Doo, you don’t have to “play” with the throttle all the time to maintain a steady speed! The lack of this speed control system was a common issue on many older models.
The Bluetooth speakers are optional on the 2021 Wake 170, while it’s standard on the Wake Pro 230.
This 2021 Sea-Doo lineup review won’t be complete without the new Fish Pro.
The main change in the new model is that it also features the new iDF pump system as standard. This means removing seaweed and debris from the pump is not an issue anymore!
Other tweaks and additions on the new 2021 Sea-Doo Fish Pro are as follows:
- LinQ cup holder
- a new rod holder for easy trolling
- extension on the cooler (to separate your baits from your food and drink)
- retractable mooring ropes
- new color option labeled “White and Gulfstream Blue”
Conclusion – 2021 Sea-Doo Lineup Overview
The 2021 Sea-Doo Lineup is even more exciting than we expected. As usual, the manufacturer surprised the market with many new inventions!
This is not a surprise, as Sea-Doo is not just the market leader PWC manufacturer, but also known for its continuous innovations.
Let’s take a brief look at what’s new in the 2021 Sea-Doo models!
The GTX 230 Limited was discontinued, but at the same time, we got a new model in this family, the GTX 300.
We can also see many changes on the new RXP-X 300. Its hull and top deck were redesigned with many new and unique features like the iDF and the new Ergolock seat.
Thanks to the new hull design with the center of gravity moved forward, you can expect to make more aggressive turns on the corners! These qualities along with the 300 HP Rotax engine make the RXP-X one of the best race-ready PWC on the market!
At the same time, it still offers plenty of stability for average riders.
Regarding the new features introduced this year, the most remarkable one is the iDF, the Intelligent Debris Free pump system. With this system, you can remove debris from the pump with a press of a button!
You can find this new feature as standard on the RXP-X 300, the Fish Pro and the GTX 300 Limited. But it’s also a factory option on any other GTX model.
Besides the iDF, Sea-Doo introduced many other accessories like the new front rod holder, LinQ cup holder, extended cooler, and the transformable Ergolock saddle.
This is our short 2021 Sea-Doo Lineup review. We hope you like it!
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