Boating Industry Names All-New Sea-Doo GTI Top Product Of 2020

Admittedly, we here at The Watercraft Journal are geeking out on the new Sea-Doo GTI SE 170. Obviously, it being the highest tier of the completely redesigned and re-engineered GTI lineup for 2020, the SE 170 and all others in Sea-Doo’s recreation segment show tremendous promise given its lightweight (via its Polytec 2.0 hull) and 1630 ACE engine producing a torquey 170-horsepower.

That being said, we’re not the only ones heaping praise on the all-new runabout; recently Sea-Doo was awarded recognition for the GTI as being part of the “2020 Top Products” list by Boating Industry. No doubt, it’s a big honor for the freshman watercraft, and we’re excited to see who else recommends this machine. Here’s Sea-Doo’s official press release:

Sea-Doo has landed on yet another top products list, this time for the incredible innovation with the all new GTI SE. Boating Industry’s seventh annual 2020 Top Products list brings 50 of the recreational marine industry’s best new and innovative products and services in the market. BRP is no stranger to innovation and with the new features and design of the GTI SE, they secured a spot on this stacked list.

Sea-Doo’s redesigned GTI SE has taken over the recreational personal watercraft segment with its sleek design and incredible innovation. This 3-seater, do-it-all machine is packed with value from front to back. With the introduction of the Polytec Gen 2 hull, the GTI is now more durable, lighter, and even more stable than previous models. Features were brought down from Sea-Doo’s high-end models such as premium audio system, built in LinQ accessibility with a large back deck, and Ergo Lock seating, giving the consumer even more value and options to extend their day out on the water.

This is only the beginning! Keep an eye out for the Sea-Doo GTI SE on many more “top product” and innovation awards this year.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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