2014 Sea-Doo GTX Limited iS 260, 2014 Sea-Doo GTX Limited iS 260 Meet the most fully featured member of our lineup.
Cruising on an ultra-plush touring seat is just the beginning. Add a Custom Cover, Speed Tie™, depth finder, and even a glove box organizer to a powerful engine and superior control and you’ve got the luxuries that create an unforgettable day on the water. And with the GTX Limited iS 260’s Intelligent Suspension, this is the ultimate on-water experience.Features May Include:
Performance & Handling
The S³ Hull has a stepped design that reduces drag while staying glued to the water, for a stable and consistent ride that also improves fuel efficiency. It’s also incredibly strong, thanks to its ribbed construction. This means you get better handling.
Quickly access the Variable Trim System (VTS) on the handlebar for fine-tuned handling based on rider preference, water conditions, and number of passengers.
Provides reliable, ultra high-performance in salt and fresh water, giving you more power and efficiency.
Choose from different riding styles with the touch of a button.
Sea-Doo is the only watercraft that starts in neutral, so the engine runs without propelling the craft forward for safer dockside starts and easy, stress-free maneuverability. And because the throttle responds to an electronic signal instead of a cable, you enjoy better fuel economy and a lower operating cost.
Removable, watertight storage for all your gear, wet or dry. Portable design gives you quick, easy access to all your essentials.
The industry’s only Closed-Loop Cooling System (CLCS) that uses coolant instead of corrosive saltwater (and even debris) that can damage the engine to keep it running at ideal temperatures.
Retractable mooring lines stow away when not in use. One in the bow and one in the stern.
A convenient Ski Tow Eye lets you pull your friends and family for any and all tow sports.
This convenient storage compartment is located in the watercraft’s platform for an additional storage option.
Peace of Mind & Comfort
Stop your watercraft with the squeeze of a lever. Squeeze it again to go in reverse. The brake handlebar is on the left and the acceleration on the right, allowing both hands to remain on the handlebars for more safety and effortless docking