2018 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra LX, With the ultimate combination of abundant power, a naturally aspirated engine, precise handling and all day riding comfort, the Kawasaki Jet Ski® Ultra® LX watercraft is the choice for discerning watercraft enthusiasts. Features 1,498cc, inline 4-cylinder marine engine 5-way adjustable handlebar suits a wide range of riders and riding styles Fully sealed, class-leading 56 gallons of storage capacity under the hood Kawasaki Smart Steering® system assists in watercraft handling when the throttle is quickly released at high speed Smart Learning Operation (SLO) mode limits engine speed allowing new riders to become familiar with the Jet Ski watercraft Class-leading fuel capacity at 20.6 gal allows more time on the water without having to worry about refueling Power Engine: 4-stroke, DOHC, four valves per cylinder, 4-cylinder inline Displacement: 1,498cc Bore x Stroke: 83.0 x 69.2mm Compression ratio: 10.6:1 Induction: Naturally aspirated Maximum Boost: N/A Cooling System: Inducted water Fuel System: DFI® with 60mm throttle body Ignition: TCBI with digital advance Starting System: Electric Propulsion System: 155mm jet pump, axial-flow, single stage Impeller: 3-blade, oval-edge stainless steel Thrust: 957 lb. Performance Lubrication: Semi-dry sump system Coupling: Direct drive from engine Oil Capacity: 5.3 qt. Fuel Capacity: 20.6 gal. Load Capacity: 496 lb. Storage Capacity: 60.0 gal. Details Overall Length: 132.7 in. Overall Width: 47.0 in. Overall Height: 45.3 in. Curb Weight: 932.7 lb.** Seating Capacity: 3 Color Choices: Ebony/Metallic Phantom Silver Warranty: 12 Month Limited Warranty Kawasaki Protection Plus (optional): 12, 24, 36, or 48 months NOTES: Curb weight includes all necessary materials and fluids to operate correctly, full tank of fuel (more than 90 percent capacity) and tool kit (if supplied). KAWASAKI CARES: Ride responsibly. Kawasaki believes safety begins with us and continues with you. Always wear a USCG-approved personal flotation device, eyewear, and other appropriate safety apparel. Never ride under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Respect the rights of shoreline residents and other marine recreationists. Boat smart from the start.