Top 3 Cheapest Jet Ski Models of 2020 Compared (Jet Ski, Sea-Doo & Waverunner)

Posted by: Jesse Kleib on 11/16/2021

Most people would agree that cheaper is better. If we can get the same quality product at a cheaper price, it would be a pretty boneheaded move to not look into it. However, things aren’t always that simple. Obviously, there are many situations where going cheaper means that you will be losing some of that sought-after quality.

With something like a jet ski, this is definitely an area where there are a ton of options to choose from. Even with the new skis, it’s really not as simple as picking a two or three-seater and rolling with it. Instead, these days, there are all sorts of different models, trim levels, and even options. That after you figure out which brand to go with!

In a day and age where the economy isn’t doing so hot on the heels of COVID-19, people are likely going to be looking to spend less. Therefore, we wouldn’t be shocked to hear that some of the cheaper entry-level jet ski models will be the more popular ones as we roll into the summer. This time, we check in with a feature from TFLOffroad as they take us inside of the cheapest offerings from each major brand.

This video discusses if any of these entry-level skis are really worth buying. Is it worth going out of your way and spending all of that money just to get the entry-level or would it be in most people’s best interest to upgrade a little bit? Will these things provide enough power for what you’re looking to do? Naturally, a jet ski buyer is going to have many questions.

After watching this one, we’re really ready to hit the water. The only question that remains is if it will be on a Sea-Doo, Yamaha, or Kawasaki. It almost seems like we can’t go wrong!

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