2012 Sea-Doo GTI SE 130 Specs
Length 132.6 inches
Beam 48.5 inches
Curb Weight 755 lbs
Engine Naturally aspirated three-cylinder EFI
The GTI is lower than its predecessor, giving the boat a sleeker appearance and reducing its center of gravity. On the SE models, driver and passenger sit on a broad, comfortable, touring-style saddle that narrows forward. That makes it easier to stand, as well as alleviates that feeling of being forced too wide that I find on many craft. Foot wells cant inward to further relieve pressure on knees and ankles, as well as offer occupants a feeling of leverage in the turns, and flow fore and aft without distinct bends to keep a driver’s feet in constant contact. What’s missing? Handlebar tilt. With all this great attention to ergonomics, I found myself longing for the adjustability when standing. Designers did, however, think to move the information display forward so that it’s equally visible standing or seated. The SE package adds additional gauge functions like fuel consumption meter, clock, and trim position, as well as a fold-down re boarding step. Improved wide-angle mirrors also give a better view of what’s going on in the boat’s wake.