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Mansory Sea-Doo GTX Limited 300 Reveal Misses Big Chance to Bling the Trailer

Late last year we had a bit of a laugh over Mansory’s decision to attack a very special niche: lawnmowers. But it turns out the Brand, Germany-based aftermarket expert was quite open to exploring all sorts of revenue opportunities.
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Now the well-known (although not for particularly positive reasons) tuner has dipped its toes (or should we say hands?) into just about everything. From blinged-out Lamborghini Aventador SVJs with special carbon fiber Stealth waves all over the place to... cooler handbags! But it seems that was just the beginning. So, the latest release from Mansory doesn’t even have four wheels anymore.

There are no wheels at all... at least not on their new creation. This is because we are dealing with a marine companion. The fun ride is a reworked version of the Sea-Doo GTX Limited water scooter, so we can say that Mansory now manages to be outrageous both on land and water. Naturally, we can expect the controversial company to contemplate opportunities for taking to the skies next...

Before that happens, a word or two on the Mansory Sea-Doo GTX Limited 300. Not a lot more, since the tuner didn’t bother with giving us the full scoop on details. We do know the new version has certain components swapped for a Stealth Carbon material. It also comes with integrated LED lighting up front, and there’s also a new type of leather seat upholstery that was specifically developed for water use.

Nothing on performance, unfortunately. Although, if we are to confide in Sea-Doo’s online portal, the GTX Limited has a starting price of $17,999 and comes with no less than 300 horsepower thanks to a 1.6-liter supercharged and inter-cooled engine. It can also fit up to three riders, which is utterly cool.

Of note, Mansory’s social media fans humorously pointed out the tuning expert has missed a big opportunity with this presentation. The GTX was showcased on a trailer... which didn’t even have aftermarket wheels, let alone any of the outrageous bling elements that have become a tradition for this household!



 
 
 
 
 

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