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BoatTest Reports
This week we test Bennington's 2275 Fsi, Tahoe's 195, Baja's 23 Outlaw, Sea Ray's 390 SD.


The Challenger 180 is an economy-minded 18-footer designed as a versatile family sportboat. This Sea-Doo has first time boaters in mind.  Its wide beam gives exceptional room in a compact, easy to handle and easy to trailer package.


Sporty Fun

The Sea-Doo Sportster SCIC is a comfortable cruising boat with exceptional handling and power. This boat could be compared to a sporty roadster with its deep-V hull and radical design. She cruised most economically at 27 mph. With a 215-hp Supercharged Rotax engine our Sportster reached a thrilling top speed of 52.6 mph.


Room for Three
With room for three and plenty of storage, Sea-Doo's RXT is sure to be a hit with the family.  This PWC captures both the look and feel of a muscle car in a modern, full-feature personal watercraft with an industry-leading 215-hp engine. Our test model hit a speed of 63.1 mph at full throttle and performed well throughout the RPM range.

Five Riding Positions, One Watercraft
According to the company, the Sea-Doo 3D Premium is the only PWC to offer several riding experiences in one watercraft. The Sea-Doo 3D Premium allows riders to choose their "experience" with five interchangeable components that will keep enthusiats of all levels, entertained for hours. On our test the 3D went from 0-30 in 3.3 seconds and achieved 50.2 mph at wide-open-throttle.
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