11-10-2014, 10:20 AM #1
A Hole In One: 2015 Yamaha VX Cruiser WaveRunner
Starting with a blank sheet and decades of proven modeling experience and techniques, Yamaha sought to completely redesign its bread-and-butter VX Series. The difficulty in doing so meant jeopardizing its position as the single highest-selling personal watercraft*ever. The gamble was hedged on the fact that enthusiasts were gravitating towards other models (either within the Yamaha WaveRunner lineup or to other brands) for a greater variety of riding characteristics, advanced technology options and creature comforts.
Drawing much from its larger siblings, the redesigned VX lineup features new sharp, masculine lines that compliment the longer (by 131.5-inches) and wider (48-inches) hull. This increased platform only bumps the overall weight to 730 pounds (dry), still well below comparable units thanks to Yamaha’s featherweight NanoXcel material, but radically alters the way the outgoing VX hull handled.
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11-10-2014, 01:00 PM #2
11-10-2014, 07:58 PM #3
They killed the storage under the handle bars and made the whole thing really ugly. Not a fan at all, ill buy 12s and 13s...no 14s untill i absolutley have to
11-11-2014, 08:38 AM #4
Taste in looks is subjective, but there's literally more storage everywhere.
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