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How much is a Sea-Doo in 2020? — This is a typical question for many brand lovers every spring.
2020 Sea-Doo prices are always the main focus, because this company has the largest market share on the personal watercraft (PWC) market.
If you’re looking for the new Sea-Doo prices, this post is for you, as we at JetDrift have collected information about all of the new models for you into one chart!
2020 Sea-Doo Prices in One Chart
In this chart below, you can find and compare all of the 2020 Sea-Doo models with their price tags (USD) and performance specs.
If you want to discover each model, don’t hesitate to click on their name. You can find specifications, pictures, and videos in the links!
|Sea-Doo||SPARK 2up 60HP||60||$5 499|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK 2up 90HP||90||$6 099|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK 3up 90HP||90||$6 699|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK 2up 90HP iBR||90||$7 099|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK TRIXX 2up||90||$7 599|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK 3up 90HP iBR||90||$7 699|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK TRIXX 3up||90||$8 199|
|Sea-Doo||GTI 90||90||$8 999|
|Sea-Doo||GTI 130||130||$9 999|
|Sea-Doo||GTI SE 130||130||$10 799|
|Sea-Doo||GTI SE 170||170||$11 399|
|Sea-Doo||Wake 170||170||$12 199|
|Sea-Doo||GTR 230||230||$12 399|
|Sea-Doo||GTX 170||170||$12 999|
|Sea-Doo||GTX 230||230||$13 999|
|Sea-Doo||Wake Pro 230||230||$14 899|
|Sea-Doo||Fish Pro||170||$14 999|
|Sea-Doo||RXP-X 300||300||$15 399|
|Sea-Doo||GTX Limited 230||230||$16 199|
|Sea-Doo||RXT-X 300||300||$16 199|
|Sea-Doo||GTX Limited 300||300||$17 199|
2020 Sea-Doo Prices vs. Competitor Models
If you’re interested in other brands beyond Sea-Doo, you may find our full 2020 PWC Price Chart useful. For your convenience, we’ve collected information about all 2020 Sea-Doo, WaveRunner, Kawasaki Jet Ski, and Krash PWC models into this chart below.
For additional information, don’t hesitate to click on the names of each model! (You can even sort the rows by clicking on the header.)
|Brand||Model||HP||MSRP ($)||Label 5|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK 2up 60HP||60||$5 499||0|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK 2up 90HP||90||$6 099||0|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK 3up 90HP||90||$6 699||0|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK 2up 90HP iBR||90||$7 099||0|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK TRIXX 2up||90||$7 599||0|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK 3up 90HP iBR||90||$7 699||0|
|Yamaha||EX Sport||100||$7 899||0|
|Sea-Doo||SPARK TRIXX 3up||90||$8 199||0|
|Yamaha||EX Deluxe||100||$8 899||0|
|Sea-Doo||GTI 90||90||$8 999||0|
|Kawasaki||STX 160||160||$9 599||0|
|Kawasaki||STX 160X||160||$9 999||0|
|Sea-Doo||GTI 130||130||$9 999||0|
|Yamaha||VX Deluxe||125||$10 699||0|
|Sea-Doo||GTI SE 130||130||$10 799||0|
|Yamaha||VX Cruiser||125||$10 999||0|
|Kawasaki||ULTRA LX||160||$11 199||0|
|Sea-Doo||GTI SE 170||170||$11 399||0|
|Yamaha||VX Limited||125||$11 399||0|
|Kawasaki||STX 160LX||160||$11 699||0|
|Yamaha||VX Cruiser HO||180||$11 799||0|
|Sea-Doo||Wake 170||170||$12 199||0|
|Yamaha||GP1800R HO||180||$12 299||0|
|Sea-Doo||GTR 230||230||$12 399||0|
|Krash||50 CAL||130||$12 599||0|
|Sea-Doo||GTX 170||170||$12 999||0|
|Yamaha||FX HO||180||$13 699||0|
|Sea-Doo||GTX 230||230||$13 999||0|
|Yamaha||FX Cruiser HO||180||$14 199||0|
|Yamaha||GP1800R SVHO||250||$14 399||0|
|Sea-Doo||Wake Pro 230||230||$14 899||0|
|Sea-Doo||Fish Pro||170||$14 999||0|
|Kawasaki||ULTRA 310X||310||$15 299||0|
|Sea-Doo||RXP-X 300||300||$15 399||0|
|Yamaha||FX SVHO||250||$15 699||0|
|Kawasaki||ULTRA 310X SE||310||$15 799||0|
|Sea-Doo||RXT-X 300||300||$16 199||0|
|Sea-Doo||GTX Limited 230||230||$16 199||0|
|Kawasaki||ULTRA 310R||310||$16 299||0|
|Yamaha||FX Cruiser SVHO||250||$16 399||0|
|Krash||Footrocket Pro||130||$16 799||0|
|Sea-Doo||GTX Limited 300||300||$17 199||0|
|Yamaha||FX Limited SVHO||250||$17 599||0|
|Kawasaki||ULTRA 310LX||310||$17 999||0|
How Much is a Sea-Doo in 2020?
Just as with any motorized recreational vehicle, the prices always depend on each model’s performance, capacity, and features. For easier shopping, Sea-Doo breaks their models into some categories; let’s discover and compare these groups!
The Cheapest Sea-Doo Models
If you’re looking for the cheapest Sea-Doos on the market, the Rec-Lite models are for you. These small and lightweight watercrafts are labeled “Spark” and “Spark TRIXX”.
Are you wondering what “Rec-Lite” means?
To understand this category, we have to look back a little to the origins of the Sea-Doos. In the past, all Sea-Doos were small and flexible “water toys” on which usually one person could ride comfortably. One of the most favorite lines was the Sea-Doo XP family.
But during the years, Sea-Doos became larger, so finally, many of them began looking like boats! Thus, the market was hungry again for small and agile models. In 2014, Sea-Doo introduced their Spark Family which was much smaller and lighter than many other models on the market, and the Rec-Lite category was born.
Are you wondering how much a Sea-Doo Spark costs?
When it comes to 2020 Sea-Doo Spark prices, you can expect to see price tags from $5,499 to $8,199 depending on the size and engine options. The most affordable Sea-Doo is the Spark 2up 60 HP, while the high-end Spark is the TRIXX 3up for $8,199.
The stronger Sea-Doo Spark versions in this category are powered with 90 HP, and most of them have a saddle for 3 people.
The Spark TRIXX line is unique within the Rec-Lite category, as these models are upgraded versions of Sparks they’ve equipped with some really cool features.
If you’d like to discover the smallest Sea-Doo models, don’t miss our detailed review about the Sea-Doo Spark and the Spark TRIXX family here.
Recreation Sea-Doo Prices
Sea-Doo releases its recreation waftercraft line under the name of GTI.
These models are available with three engine options. The entry-level Sea-Doo on this category is the GTI 90 for $8,999. The more powerful Sea-Doos cost more, of course. You have to pay $9,999 for the GTI 130, while the GTI SE 130 is available for $10,799.
The high-end Sea-Doo in this category is the GTI SE 170, which can be bought for $11,399.
Touring Sea-Doo Prices
The category “Touring” could be surprising for the first look as the competitor manufacturers label this category “Luxury”.
Don’t be confused, as these models are all in the same league, so it means the GTX line are the most luxurious Sea-Doo models on the market.
They aren’t just manufactured with the most convenient hulls and saddles, but are powered with high-performance engines and equipped with several useful and convenient features.
How much does a touring Sea-Doo cost? As you can assume, you can find the most expensive Sea-Doos in this category. Depending on the engine options, the prices go from $12,999 to $17,099.
The Performance Category
When it comes to Performance Sea-Doo prices, these are not just as high as in the luxury category.
The entry-level performance Sea-Doo, the GTR 230, costs $12,399, and is powered with a 230 HP supercharged engine. The two top performance Sea-Doos, the RXP-X 300 and RXT-X 300 arrive with more powerful engine options, which produce 300 HP.
The Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 is available for $15,399 while the Sea-Doo RXT-X costs $15,799 in 2020.
Tow Sport and Sport Fishing
Sea-Doo is well-known for offering specially designed and equipped PWCs for different purposes.
As PWC fishing became increasingly, popular Sea-Doo released a unique fishing PWC model, the Fish Pro. Are you wondering how much a Sea-Doo Fish Pro costs?
The 2020 Sea-Doo Fish Pro costs $14,999, which includes several useful features and accessories designed for fishing purposes. According to the Sea-Doo’s official website, these features are:
- 5 US gal /70L Fuel Tank Capacity
- Garmin ECHOMAP Plus 62cv Fish Finder
- Fishing Cooler (13.5 US gal / 51 L)
- Trolling Mode Rugged LinQ™
- Fishing Seat
- Four Fishing Rod Holders
- Extended Rear Platform with 2nd LinQ™ Attachment System
- Storage Bin Organizer
- Angled Gunwale Footrests
When it comes to tow sports with a Sea-Doo, it’s good to know that it’s not just completely legal, but increasingly popular around the world.
The good news is that Sea-Doo offers models for this purpose as well! How much does a Sea-Doo Wake Pro cost?
The 2020 Sea-Doo Wake Pro costs $14,899. This price includes many useful accessories like the Sea-Doo wakeboard pylon and the wakeboard rack. This model is powered with a 230 HP supercharged Rotax engine. It’s smaller brother, the Wake 170, arrives with a non-supercharged engine (170 HP) and a more attractive price tag; it costs only $12,199.
How much is a Sea-Doo in 2020?
The 2020 Sea-Doo models cost as low as $5,499 to $17,099 depending on the model and the features. With some additional accessories like the trailer, extra storage boxes of fuel cans, covers, etc., the final price can go significantly higher!
The cheapest Sea-Doos are the Rec-Lite models with $5,499 to $8,199 price tags.
If you’re looking for a more roomy and convenient watercraft, you should take a look at the Recreation Sea-Doo category, where you can expect to see prices from $8,999 to $10,799.
If you’re looking for the highest top speed and the greatest acceleration available, the performance models are for you. The newest Sea-Doos cost around $12,399 to $15,799 in this category.
The most expensive Sea-Doos are definitely the touring models, as the prices in 2020 go from $12,999 to $17,099.
Don’t forget that beyond the purchase price, you have to factor in several initial costs like:
- Registration fees
- Safety equipment
- Clothes and protective gear
- Life jackets
- And many other accessories
Additionally, you have to count on several operating costs, as owning a jet ski requires many more duties than just fueling and managing the yearly maintenance!
This was our short overview of 2020 Sea-Doo prices; we hope you found it useful!
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