REVIEW: 2010 Yamaha FZS WaveRunner

Yamaha's FZ models were designed to evoke some of the feel of an old-school GPR. They're nimble and aggressive, handle with an inside lean, and are strong performers, both out of the hole and on top end. Yamaha went new school, however, in terms of the ergonomics. A telescoping handlepole raises to make standup riding comfortable, and lowers to give you the aggressive posture of a Superbike. I recently took an in-depth look at the three-passenger version of the FZ, the 2010 FZS. Check out my full review of the Yamaha FZS on PersonalWatercraft.com.

28th March 2010.
By Jeff Hemmel

Yamaha’s FZ models were designed to evoke some of the feel of an old-school GPR. They’re nimble and aggressive, handle with an inside lean, and are strong performers, both out of the hole and on top end. Yamaha went new school, however, in terms of the ergonomics. A telescoping handlepole raises to make standup riding comfortable, and lowers to give you the aggressive posture of a Superbike.

I recently took an in-depth look at the three-passenger version of the FZ, the 2010 FZS. Check out my full review of the Yamaha FZS on PersonalWatercraft.com.


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Jeff Hemmel writes for boats.com, Boating, PersonalWatercraft.com, and Powersports Business. The former Senior Editor at Watercraft World, Jeff is a multi-time award winner as well as a 2008 inductee into the IJSBA Hall of Fame. His first book, "The Anti-Pirate Potato Cannon...and 101 Other Things For Young Mariners To Try, Do, & Build On the Water," received a bronze medal in the 2010 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. For more info, visit Jeff Hemmel's website.

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