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Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition Make: Sea-Doo
Model Year: 2010 Model: GTX 155
Trailer Included: Yes

** NO RESERVE ** ** NO RESERVE ** ** NO RESERVE ** ** NO RESERVE ** ** NO RESERVE ** ** NO RESERVE **    When it comes to fun water toys Priced Right Keels and Wheels has them stacked deep .... and lucky for you we also sell them Cheap !! Take a look at this well maintained 2010 Sea Doo GTX 155 propelled by a powerful 4 Stroke Rotax engine and perched high on a OEM Factory Sea Doo trailer.  Mechanical:When it comes to being on the forefront of 4 Stroke jet ski technology you should look no further than Sea Doo as they have been engineering them from the beginning. But as you'll find with this ski ... they have come a long way from those early 90's water wagons of yesteryear's. Mounted firmly under the seats of this water bike is a monstrous 1494cc motor pushing this ski with 155 HP and real close to 60 MPH. Upon inspection of this ski we found it to have only 161 hrs and motor appears to have been heavily maintained over the years as the compression readings came back in spec range on all cylinders. This ski has all the new bell and whistle features of alot of the new skis to include IBR (Intelligent Brake/Reverse), Cruise Control, and VTS (electronic pump tilt/trim) All recommended maintenance is up to date to include fresh oil changes, new spark plugs, new battery, & coolant flush . Inspecting all the cables to include the steering/throttle were found in perfect working order/move fluidly. This ski was adult owned, dealer maintained , and everything mechanically on these ski functions as it should. Cosmetic:Take a look at these photos provided and tell us you can't picture yourself blasting down the water boulevard with the water spray and wind in your hair ... couldn't do it could you ? This ski has been well loved over the years and it shows as you browse through the photo gallery. Of course we all know skis of this age/hours can't be perfect as bumps and bruises happen but you'll fool most of your friends into believing this is a new ski when they see it. The vinyl seat is in near perfect condition and shows no signs of wear or sun bleaching. A complete detail to include wet sanding, compounding, buffing, and a polymer wax application was just completed to bring those bold colors back to life. Overall as you can see this ski still looks great and you will certainly be the envy at your closest local watering hole when you launch this for the first time. Trailer:Included with the sale of this ski is a well built OEM Sea Doo factory trailer. As we inspected this trailer we found the lights, bunks, bearings, hardware, winches, rims/tires, leaf springs all in near perfect condition. Bid with confidence knowing if you need to drag this across the country or just across town you will certainly not have any issues.   I hope this has answered most of your questions but if not please feel free to call/text me at 239-224-8809 with any further questions. Also, please be aware this ski is for sale locally and if it sells we will end this auction early.REVIEW ON THIS SKIIt didn’t take long for BRP to trickle its innovative iControl technology down the Sea-Doo product line. The 2010 GTX 155, an all-new model that fits at the bottom of the  touring line-up, features a full compliment of iControl technology, from drive-by-wire throttle with several speed-control functions to a hand-controlled brake-and-reverse system.The only iControl element missing from the GTX 155 is Intelligent Suspension (the iS part) that  on the luxury-touring GTX Limited iS. The iS system is groovy technology that makes a difference over a long day on rough water, but this GTX 155 is the boat I really wanted last year – call it the bells without the whistles – and I think it’s the best all-around Sea-Doo ever. Priced at $11,599 the GTX 155 is not exactly an entry-level model, but it does cost $4,900 less than the GTX Limited iS, and less than key competitors in this segment, including Honda F-15 ($12,999) and the  ($11,799) , which offer much less techno-sizzle. The GTX 155 is powered by the base Sea-Doo engine, the 1.5-liter Rotax E-TEC in 155-hp trim, with no supercharger boost. The GTX 155 does not accelerate with the authority of the 260-hp GTX Limited iS, but I think the 155-hp engine offers plenty of power for family touring and towing, and it’s happy to run on 87 octane fuel. Top speed is about 57 mph.

The S3 running surface under the GTX 155 is the same stepped shape that was introduced last year with the GTX/RXT iS models, and like those boats the new GTX is 139 inches long, or about nine inches longer than the previous GTX platform. The hull is molded of a composite material Sea-Doo says is 20 percent lighter than traditional fiberglass. The step, or raised area, in the aft sections of the hull is designed to introduce air under the boat, which reduces drag and improves efficiency. This longer hull also helps smooth out the ride as its “bridges” the gap between waves in choppy conditions.Above the hull, the GTX 155 is all new. The shape is familial to the iS models, but does not have the deep cut-out under the cowl that’s required to accommodate the floating deck of the iS system. Instead of suspension, you get storage space. The GTX 155 has 52 gallons of combined storage, or 69 percent more than the GTX iS, which has only 16.4 gallons of space. Most of the difference is in the bow, which comes with a water-tight, lift-out bin that really keeps gear dry. The first encounter with iControl on the GTX 155 occurs when you push the start button. The engine purrs, and the boat does not move because it always starts with the reverse bucket in a true “neutral” position over the jet nozzle. Blip the throttle and the boat moves forward. Pull the lever on the left handlebar, and you get reverse. Release the lever, and you are back in neutral. It’s slick and smooth and handy and will make you look like a pro around the dock. This single feature is worth the price of iControl admission, in my opinion.The same hand lever controls the brake. Grab it at speed and the iControl system drops the reverse bucket and engages enough throttle to cut stopping distance by about 50 percent, but not so much that you get pitched over the handlebars. Modulate the brake lever and you modulate the rate of deceleration. I think experienced riders, who know how to control a PWC with throttle, will think the brake is ho-hum. For beginners prone to panic, it’s a godsend. On the other side of the handlebars is the drive-by-wire throttle. You get two speed-control features with the GTX 155. One is for extended no-wake zones and holds the boat at about five mph. The other is a GPS-based cruise control that can be used to lock in any speed. This is especially handy when towing, as iControl can hold a much steadier speed than most human drivers. And with iControl watching the speed, the human can keep eyes forward and on the mirrors, and off the speedometer. It also has a memory, so you can stop and then start again and go right to the pre-set speed. The GTX 155 also comes with adjustable handlebars and power trim. The interactive digital display includes a GPS-based compass, a fuel-consumption meter, and a new function called “Touring/Sport Mode” that changes the rate of acceleration, from what I’d call normal in “Touring” to furious in “Sport.” It’s just the computer changing how much fuel squirts into the engine. Over a day of riding, I’m betting that Touring mode would improve fuel economy.This big boat has a long, heavy, one-piece seat. It’s hinged at the front and rises on gas struts so you don’t have to lift it off for routine maintenance like checking the oil. The glove box is big enough to hold a water bottle, camera and sunscreen, but I noticed that its bottom can get very warm on a long ride. I took the GTX 155 on a day-long ride on the Potomac River near Washington, D.C., and even a couple of drenching rain showers did not diminish my satisfaction with this new boat. Despite its weight and size, it feels more nimble and sporty in the water than the previous-generation GTX, which earned a soft ride by simply wallowing its way through the waves, and was often reluctant to change directions. This GTX is well-balanced and fun but never too aggressive for family duty. The ergonomics are good, the seat is comfortable and the instrument display is useful and easy to comprehend. This is simply a great platform. The iControl features make it even better.