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The Kawasaki Mule 4010 Trans 4x4 is a rugged workhorse which is able to transport up to four persons on the toughest off road terrains you can find.

Now the Mule 4010 Trans 4x4 is available with a camouflage coating which helps it blend perfectly into the environment. Perhaps it goes without saying that the Kawasaki Mule 4010 Trans 4x4 Camo is equipped with all the features of the standard Mule 4010 Trans4x4.

Compared to the previous model, the new generation features a new strong tubular steel frame front brush guard which protects the nose. Other upgrades for 2013 include a multi-function digital fuel gauge and hour meter, a new dash-mounted horn button, a fresh steering wheel and a new 2” hitch receiver.

In its off road adventures, the Kawasaki Mule 4010 Trans 4x4 camo is helped by a selectable four wheel drive system, a locking rear differential electric power steering and a 617 cc digital fuel injected engine mated on an automatic transmission.

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The Kawasaki Mule 610 4x4 is a reliable utility vehicle, ready to endure the punishment of any rugged terrain with ease. Thanks to its ergonomic design and the capable all wheel drive system, the Mule 610 4x4 is one of the most versatile ATVs in Kawasaki’s lineup.

The vehicle was built with utility in mind and features automotive-type controls, a convenient gear selector, two generous cup holders, a passenger-side glove box and grab handle, and extra storage space beneath the front hood.

The ATV is powered by a 722cc liquid-cooled DOHC 4-valve fuel-injected engine. The powerplant is married to a continuously variable transmission which sends power to all four wheels. The engine is mounted on a steel tube frame which is combined with independent front suspension and a swing-axle rear suspension.

The Mule 610 is also equipped with a 400-pound-capacity tilting cargo bed. Additionally you can equip the ATV with an optional trailer hitch which can tow up to 1,100 pounds.

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Despite its sporty character, the Kawasaki Ninja 650 can be used without problems as a daily commuter but also for long journeys. The Ninja 650 has a long history behind it and every generation was among the most wanted bikes of its time.

During its long life, the middleweight motorcycle was continuously improved and today is still considered one of the best models in its class. The 2013 comes with the same powerplant and design as the 2012 model, but it received an optional antilock breaking system ($500) and new colors. The new ABS system was designed to be ultra light and works in conjunction with the front dual 300 mm, petal disc brakes and the rear 220 mm petal discs.

The bike continues to be powered by the same 649cc engine which churns out 72 hp and 64 Nm of torque.

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Not long ago, the Japanese motorcycles were considered the uncontested leaders of sport motorcycles and nobody had the guts to challenge them. However, this situation has changed after BMW entered the battle. Its first super sport bike, the S 1000RR was not only a completely newcomer, but it was also so strong and technological advanced that it made any other bike look like defenseless scooter.

Needless to say that the Japanese manufacturers were highly intrigued and the first samurai who challenged the Germans to a duel was Kawasaki.

Kawasaki’s anti S 1000RR weapon is the Ninja ZX - 10R. Packing a lot of advanced features and modern technologies, the bike is fast enough to compete with success against the German oppressor.

Despite the fact that nothing changed for the 2013 model year, except for some color schemes, the Ninja continues to be ahead of the pack when it comes to sporty performances.

Build on a nimble, lightweight chassis, The Kawasaki Ninja ZX - 10R ABS is “blessed” with a powerful 998cc inline four engine which cranks out 197 hp at 11500 rpm.

Among the most important features offered by the Ninja ZX - 10R, you’ll find the advanced Sport-Kawasaki Traction Control (S-KTRC) and an intelligent ABS system which comes as an option ($1000).

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If you’re sick and tired of the not-so-comfortable sport bikes and you’re searching for a bike that offers a higher level of comfort without compromising all the fun, you should take a closer look at the Kawasaki KLR 650. Thanks to its split personality, the Kawasaki KLR 650 feels comfortable around town but also on the savage, muddy terrains. It’s tough, but flexible character helped the KLR 650 gain a pretty good reputation in the dual sports segment.

The bike is powered by a liquid-cooled DOHC 651cc engine which is easy to control across the power band and smoother than expected. Needles to say, that the wide power band and the smart gear ratios will help you deal well with both low and high speed driving.

The stopping power is assured by a dual-piston caliper gripping a 280mm petal-style disc in the front, and a 240mm petal-style disc squeezed by a single-piston caliper in the rear.

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When it was introduced for the first time, the Kawasaki KLX 250S has manage to set new standards in the dual purpose bikes segment and since then it started to be considered a benchmark in its class.

For 2013, the bike received only style upgrades featuring new color and graphic schemes. Unfortunately, the technical specifications remained unchanged, so don’t expect to any power upgrades. Thankfully nobody had any significant complains on the old 249cc liquid cooled engine, so it’s not such a bad news after all. The engine features a 34mm semi-flat slide Keihin CVK carburetor, an aluminum guard, an electric fan and dual lightweight, Denso radiators.

Like the previous generation, the 2013 model continues to be built on a lightweight, high-tensile steel frame, designed to keep the bike’s center of gravity to as low as possible to increase performance. The low center of gravity is combined with a short wheelbase which provides an extra tight turning radius helping you to move with agility even on the tightest tracks.

The stopping power is assured by twin-piston calipers which bite a 250mm semi-floating petal-shaped disc up front and a 240mm petal-shaped disc at the rear.

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The Kawasaki KLX 140 was developed with the direct help of some of the best motocross riders. Fortunately the result was even better than expected and the KLX 140 won its place among the best play bikes in its class. Moreover thanks to its versatile character the Kawasaki KLX 140 can be used without problems by both yang and old riders.

Featuring an attractive design with big footpegs, rubber mounted handle bars and a set of tasty KX-Style wheels the Kawasaki KLX 140 is ready to deal with any type of terrain with poise.

The bike is powered by a 144cc Four-stroke, SOHC, two-valve engine which can be started by means of an (keyless) electric starter button mounted conveniently on the handlebar.

Power is sent to the wheel using a close ratio transmission helped by a progressive manual clutch. Up front the bike is fitted with a 33mm telescopic fork featuring custom-tuned spring rate and damping settings handles suspension, while at the back, you’ll find a rear shock equipped with Uni-Trak linkage.

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With the KX85 , you’ll not only carry Kawasaki’s motocross heritage, but you’ll also carry a serious riding experience, one that few bikes in its class can replicate. Combining style with performance, the KX85 is really in a class of its own.

At the heart of the KX85, you’ll find a two-stroke, 84cc engine that is useful enough to produce high power. It comes complemented with a superior chassis package along with a 36mm cartridge fork that has 18-way compression damping adjustability. Furthermore, the Uni-Trak shock system, the adjustable spring preload, compression and rebound damping offers superior rear wheel control that you won’t find anywhere else.

To provide smooth shifting and advanced durability, the KX85’s six-speed transmission is helped by hard chrome-finished shift fork ends, a thick base on the clutch basket housing and an additional bushing on the input shaft.

The Kawasaki KX85 offers tremendous support from the company’s very own Team Green racing outfit and on top of that, you’re offered a comprehensive contingency program for amateur and professional riders who place well at designated events.

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The Kawasaki KX 450F offers a high-quality sports bike that you can take with you wherever you want to go.

For the 2013 model, the bike is complemented with four different handlebar positions and two footpeg positions. For the frame, the KX 450F offers a total width reduction of 4mm across the main frame spars, giving it the most slender mid-section ever. Furthermore, this vehicle make use of Uni-Trak rear suspension linkage that is now slimmer than ever before. Along with the Kayaba rear shock and Kayaba Air-Oil-Separate forks up front, the AOS system controls oil and air in separate chambers for stable damping performance.

As for the engine, the KX 450F features virtually unlimited ignition mapping capabilities due to its enhanced Digital Fuel Injection (DFI) system. The bike’s high power capabilities and the wider power band comes as the result of many engine refreshments while the five-speed transmission is also overhauled for improved shifting.

In terms of styling, the bike will definitely catch your attention, thanks to its slim frame and the blue alumite finish on the oil cap that matches with the blue finish on the suspension adjusters and splashes of color in the new graphics.

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Looking at the svelte frame of the Kawasaki D-Tracker 125 , you would think that its interactive street style is all style with minimal substance. But that’s not how the D-Tracker 125 works.

This sports bike is all kinds of business; it comes with a big-bike style FI system with a separate injector and throttle body. With this type of system, the D-Tracker 125 is able to lessen the chance of air ingestion to make it perfect for the sports riding.

On top of that, the bike has chassis components that has been specifically prepared for the 125 cm³ class. The D-Tracker 125 also has advanced proportions that adds a positive value to its sharp appearance.

Suffice to say, due to the chassis components that were specifically designed for the 125 cm3 class, the D-TRACKER 125 brings a lightweight and compact package with a ride experience that befits the Kawasaki name. Enjoy your riding with this interactive and impressive style D-Tracker 125.

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