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2021 Kawasaki Ultra Lx

Listing ID3002036
Sale Price$15,699 CAD [ Convert To USD ]
Seller Edge Performance Centre
StatusGet A Quote
ConditionNew
Category PWC
Year2021
Make Kawasaki
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ModelUltra Lx
Located Bradford, Ontario, CA

ONE INCOMING UNIT AVAILABLE 2021 Kawasaki Ultra LXABUNDANT POWER FOR WATERCRAFT ENTHUSIASTS With the ultimate combination of a 1,498cc engine and precise handling, the Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra LX is the choice for discerning watercraft enthusiasts. All-day outings are made easy with the convenience of its sealed, industry-leading 56-gallon storage capacity. Pack what you need and head out for a day of fun on the water. Features may include: ABUNDANT POWER TAKE ON THE WAVES The naturally-aspirated 1,498cc, in-line four marine engine of the Jet Ski Ultra LX personal watercraft produces abundant power with strong acceleration. FULL DAY OF FUN LEAVE WORRIES ON SHORE All-day outings are made easy with the convenience of a sealed, class-leading 212 litres (56 gal) of storage capacity under the hood and industry-leading 78-litre (20.6-gal) fuel capacity. Pack what you need and head out for a day of fun on the water. NEXT-LEVEL TECHNOLOGY GET FAMILIAR FASTER Stay in control with the Kawasaki Smart Steering system that assists in watercraft handling when the throttle is quickly released at high speed. The Smart Learning Operation (SLO)-Mode limits engine speed, allowing new riders to become familiar with navigating through the water. COMFORTABLE & ADJUSTABLE COUNTLESS HOURS OF COMFORT The Jet Ski Ultra LX personal watercraft offers high-quality comfort features like the LXuryseat and five-way adjustable handlebar that provide added support and optimal ride position for countless hours of fun. ADDITIONAL Kawasaki Smart Steering system Smart Learning Operation (SLO) mode Class-leading fuel capacity

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