Williams Jet Tenders announces engine upgrade and new look for Sportjet range

Williams Jet Tenders has announced the Sportjet 435, 460 and 520 will now be fitted with the latest BRP Rotax 1603 ACE engines (upgraded from 1503 BRP Rotax). The company says this all-new high-performance, lightweight, 4-stroke, three cylinder petrol engine will see these models benefit from a number of key engine developments including improved mid-range torque, increased fuel economy and better idle stability.

The two largest Sportjets in the range, the 460 and 520, will also have a new slash cut tube design and modernised upholstery to bring them in line with the rest of the Sportjet range.

“The Sportjets have always been a popular range since launch and we are delighted that, thanks to our partnership with BRP, our customers can get access to the very latest engine package,” says Mathew Hornsby, sales director. “The new facelift on our larger models gives a modern feel that has proved very popular already on the smaller Sportjets in our range and really makes these large yacht tenders stand out.”

The Sportjet 435 – 130hp and Sportjet 460 – 170hp will be available from October 2020.

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