Coronavirus (COVID-19) has altered life as we know it and our thoughts are with you as we navigate this pandemic together. Rollick is committed to helping you through these challenging times to maintain as much normalcy as possible. As we practice social distancing for the foreseeable future, Rollick is working hard to provide the safest and most transparent experience for consumers shopping for recreational vehicles.
If you are unsure whether your dealer is open or has changed their hours, take a look at our Dealer Coronavirus Update Page. We have compiled messages across social media from some of our Rollick Certified Dealers to let their customers know their status on the situation at hand.
The sad news is that summer is over and it’s time for your last outing on the water, but the good news is that prepping your jet ski for winter is easy and will ensure your favorite toy stays around as long as possible. We did the research and come up with an easy to follow step-by-step guide for how to winterize your jet ski so that it stays in the best condition possible for next summer!
Like most recreation vehicles with engines, the price of a jet ski can run the gamut, starting around $5K and climbing to more than $18K. Based on GoRollick data, the average price of a 2019 jet ski is $9,950. The average price of a used jet ski is $7,560, but of course this will vary dramatically depending on year and usage. The price of a jet ski is determined by the brand, weight, gas tank size, speed/horsepower, and features.
Jet skis are one of the most fun activities you can do on the water. From cruising the lake, to jumping wakes, there is a speed and a model that will suit anyone’s needs. In our Ultimate Jet Ski Buying Guide, we go over how much a jet ski cost for new and used models, some of the top models of 2019, how to finance a jet ski, how to rent a jet ski and all the safety and legal information you need to know before swinging your leg over one of these awesome machines. Ready to get your feet wet?