Watercraftperformance.com recently reviewed the 2013 GTR 215 and said the GTR “greedily cuts a tight corner with little more provocation than a twist of the handlebars and a flick of the wrist.”
BRP’s 2013 Sea-Doo GTR 215 is a watercraft that is forgiving on the water and on the wallet. It is based on the playful yet predictable handling of the GTI platform while offering more power from its supercharged Rotax 4-TEC marine engine. The GTR 215 carries the Sea-Doo performance heritage with strong acceleration and handling prowess. It’s easily tunable with aftermarket accessories. The GTR 215 is also fully equipped with the Sea-Doo iControl technologies including iTC and award-winning iBR system, allowing the rider to stop up to 100 feet sooner than any other watercraft*. The Sea-Doo GTR 215 features: integrated infocenter, high-performance VTS, 116 liters (30.5 US gallons) of storage and grip and groove seat.
*Based on BRP internal testing. Traveling at 50 mph (80.47km/h).