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2016 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra LX

$11,199 Miami, Florida
Make Kawasaki
Model Jet Ski Ultra LX
Year 2016
Condition New
Price US$11,199
Type Power
Class Personal Watercraft
Length 11 ft
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Miami, Florida
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1


Finding the sweet spot between performance and efficiency isn't always an easy task. But the Jet Ski® Ultra® LX personal watercraft hits all the right marks. The high-powered PWC is an all-around, go-everywhere cruiser that’ll thrill you with its amazing blend of performance, convenience and functionality. Sharing many parts from its racier 300 series siblings, the Ultra LX has the heart to satisfy your power urges. Think of it as a normally aspirated version of Kawasaki’s supercharged Ultra 300LX and you’ll be on the right track.

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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Standard Features

Key Features
       Sporty handling and excellent tracking in all water conditions      
       Deep-V hull provides better grip for racing-like performance      
       Industry-leading storage capacity lets you bring all the gear you need      
       Largest fuel tank in class keeps the fun going longer      
       Scalloped luxury seat enhances comfort during high-speed cruising      
       Five-position adjustable steering adapts to a variety of riders      
       Splash deflectors across the bottom of the bow minimize spray in a wide variety of conditions for greater rider concentration      
       Retracting rear boarding step makes it easy to climb aboard      
  160 Horsepower 1,498 cc, Four-stroke Engine
       Strong engine provides 160 horsepower plus excellent low and mid-range torque      
       Dual overhead cams (DOHC) are light and compact for less valve train inertial mass      
       Four large valves per cylinder provide better intake and exhaust flow for optimum torque and power      
       Intake and exhaust valve lift as well as timing are set to reduce exhaust emissions      
       Intake tract designed for maximum performance      
       Waterproof ECU and ignition coils protect the ignition system from electrical shorts      
       Unique semi-dry sump oil system lowers the crankshaft in the engine, eliminates the need for scavenging pumps, and keeps the oil in the sump instead of flooding the crankcase if the craft capsizes      
       Large capacity airbox lowers engine noise and improves air intake flow      
  Fuel Injection
       Large single 60 mm throttle body      
       Digital fuel injection provides great throttle response, smooth engine performance and quick acceleration, as well as easy starting and excellent fuel economy      
       Four-orifice, high-flow fuel injectors provide efficient combustion      
  155 mm Jet Pump
       Large-diameter 155 mm jet pump efficiently converts the engine’s horsepower into thrust      
       Developed based on feedback from Kawasaki’s race machines, this pump is designed to deliver consistent output and good "bite," even when riding on rough water      
       The large, sophisticated three-blade impeller unit delivers both high speed performance and quiet operation      
       Eight-vane intake guide smooths and regulates the flow of water from the impeller for efficient and powerful propulsion      
       The reverse lever is on the left side for easy operation while modulating the throttle with the right hand      
  Composite Hull
       Design incorporates feedback from Kawasaki’s IJSBA championship-winning racing machines for excellent tracking and responsive handling in both calm and rough water conditions      
       Delivers the neutral handling and turning characteristics that made Kawasaki Jet Ski® personal watercraft famous, yet the hull enables a high bank angle for motorcycle-like turning performance with reduced side G-loads imposed on riders during turns      
       The 22.5-degree V-angle at the bottom of the Ultra® LX’s hull helps prevent spinouts during sharp turns and provides a smoother ride in rough water      
       Placing the battery near the center of the machine optimizes weight balance in the hull and frees space inside the engine bay to help maximize storage capacity      
       Bottom of the hull slants upward steeply from the center section to the bow, allowing the Ultra LX to penetrate swells and waves with less shock. This allows the hull to push through waves rather than bounce over them at a higher pace      
       Integrated sponsons extend from the hull, providing wallow-free straight-line performance and contribute significantly to the Ultra LX’s excellent high-speed maneuverability while helping to retain a narrow hull design      
  Ride Plate
       Features a groove from the center to the rear of the ride plate that enhances straight-line tracking      
  Quattro KSD
       The Ultra LX’s Kawasaki Splash Deflector (KSD) uses three bottom-mounted ridges and an additional deflector mounted at the top to deflect water splashing forward from under the hull      
       Whether turning or blasting straight ahead at high speeds or low, the Quattro KSD minimizes spray, allowing greater rider concentration      
  Kawasaki Smart Steering® and Smart Learning Operation Mode
       Kawasaki Smart Steering® (KSS®) monitors steering input and engine speed and, when certain conditions are met, raises rpm to initiate a desired turn, helping new riders better enjoy the performance of this remarkable machine      
       Smart Learning Operation (SLO) allows novice riders to become familiar with the handling and response of this Jet Ski watercraft at a more relaxed pace before unleashing the full performance of the Ultra LX      
       Two separate keys, one for SLO mode and one for full-power operation, help prevent confusion over which setting is in use      
  Comfort and Convenience
       Luxury touring seat incorporates specific support areas for the rider and passenger to offer increased confidence and a more relaxing experience      
       Five-way adjustable handlebars allow operation while standing or sitting for a wide range of riders      
       Ergonomic deck design has plenty of legroom for rider-friendly seating accommodations      
       A long rear boarding step makes it easy to climb onboard, and the step retracts inside the bumper to prevent damage      
       A quick and easy under-hood hose connection allows easy flushing of sea water out of the engine      
       Mirrors mounted on the upper deck facilitate opening of the hatch cover      
  Capacious Storage
       60-gallon storage capacity is the largest in its class      
       The large-capacity, fully sealed 58-gallon storage area is fitted with a detachable storage tray and has plenty of room for recreational equipment      
       Glove box on the center console has a built-in drink holder with space for two drink bottles      
       Compact storage area under the rear passenger seat is ideal for small items


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