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2014 VX DELUXE

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NUMBER ONE FOR ALL THE RIGHT REASONS.

Number one in sales. Number one in reliability. Number one in fuel economy. Number one in resale value. And now it’s the lightest 3-person watercraft in the industry. Introducing the all-new VX Deluxe, engineered with lightweight NanoXcel® technology to shave 65 pounds off its total weight for faster top end speeds, better acceleration, a more agile ride and greater range with fewer fill-ups. With its reliable 4-stroke Yamaha Marine engine and low maintenance requirements, it’s no surprise that the VX Deluxe is number one in the industry.

  • NANOXCEL: Incredibly strong, yet ultra lightweight, the innovative NanoXcel® hull delivers an impressive power-to-weight ratio, agile ride and industry-leading fuel efficiency.
  • SWIM PLATFORM: Roomy and comfortable, the extended rear platform is the ideal place for soaking up the surroundings, getting in and out of the water or gearing up for wakeboarding.
  • TOW HOOK: Providing yet another opportunity to have fun on the water, the tow hook allows for easy, secure towing.
  • SEAT: An exciting Yamaha innovation that offers theater-style seating, spaciousness and a thrilling view for everyone on board.
  • GLOVE BOX: A large glovebox and an easily accessed forward storage compartment provide ample space for stowing gear.
FEATURE2014 VX DELUXE
Displacement1052cc
Dry Weight681 LBS
Engine Type4-cylinder, 4-stroke Yamaha Marine Engine
FuelRegular Unleaded
Fuel Capacity18.5 GAL
Height45.7"
Length128.7"
Width46.1"
Hull MaterialNanoXcelŽ Ultra-lightweight Hull and Deck
Pump155mm High-pressure
Vehicle Capacity1-3 person
Storage Capacity15.1 GAL
ColourYacht Blue;Carbon
Boating Magazine Tests and Reviews the All New 2014 Yamaha VX Series
For 2014, Yamaha's top selling VX Series is all new with a lightweight, nanotechnology engineered hull, deck and liner that reduces overall weight by 65 pounds. This weight reduction leads to significant gains in performance, fuel efficiency and handling. Take a look as Boating Magazine editor Randy Vance puts the new VX Series through the paces.
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