Best answer: How many hours should a jet ski last?

How many hours is too much on a jet ski?

As a general rule, anything over 500 hours is too many hours for a 4-stroke jet ski. If it’s a 2-stroke jet ski anything over 300 hours is too many. A common trend I’m seeing when buying and selling jet skis is that most people will sell them before 200 hours and a lot will even sell with under 100 hours on them.

Are jet skis expensive to maintain?

Jet skis are not expensive to maintain if you are performing preventive maintenance regularly. The typical jet ski that is ran in the summer months will cost about $50-100 per year for maintenance if you do it yourself. If you pay a dealer, these costs can be upwards of $300.

Do Seadoos break down a lot?

Many watercraft will have a break-in period where you must take it nice and easy for the first 5 to 10 hours of the watercraft. This is to make sure everything gets seated in properly. To do this many manufacturers will use a “break-in oil” that must be removed after the engine has been broken in properly.

Is 100 hours a lot on a jet ski?

What is considered high hours on a jet ski? As a general rule to go by, a jet ski with more than 100 hours is considered a high hour jet ski. On average a jet ski should have approximately 30 hours a year. Anything more than 30 hours per year is considered “high hours”.

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Are jet skis high maintenance?

The average jet ski gets about 30 hours of riding a year meaning that you can expect to burn 120-300 gallons in a year. Depending on gas prices you should expect to spend $300-600+ annually. Ongoing maintenance is another cost that will need to be accounted for.

What is the most reliable jet ski brand?

The most reliable Jet Ski on the market is the WaveRunner FX. The WaveRunner is a model that is created by Yamaha, and it is technically not a Jet Ski. These terms WaveRunner and Jet Ski are often used interchangeably, but only the Kawasaki brand makes the Jet Ski.

How often should I service my jet ski?

Regardless of whether you ride in fresh or salt water, your PWC should be flushed after every single ride. Flushing removes salt, sand, algae, weeds, and shells (etcetera) from the engine and prevents damage and corrosion.

How much is insurance on a jet ski?

As a rule of thumb, the cost of insuring your jet ski should fall somewhere between $200 and $500, annually. The average jet ski insurance costs for the lower-performance models typically range from $200 to $300, while the cost of insuring a performance jet ski can be much higher.