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Kawasaki revealed the 2014 model year of its X250F off road champion. The motorcycle comes with a series of important upgrades which help it solidify its leader position.

Among the technologies offered for the 2014 KX250F’s you’ll find a new Launch Control system, a plug-and-play adjustable ECU, Separate Function Fork (SFF), new motor mounts, revised suspension tuning and an upgraded transmission.

The motorcycle is built around a 249 cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke single engine with DOHC and four-valve cylinder head. The engine is kept in check by a five-speed transmission with wet multi-disc manual clutch.

The ride quality is assured by a Showa rear shock with 9 position low-speed and stepless high-speed compression damping, 22 position rebound damping and fully adjustable spring preload. The rear shock is paired with a front 48mm inverted Showa SFF telescopic fork with 40-way spring preload adjustability and 22 position compression and 20 position rebound damping adjustability.

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Kawasaki has developed a new version of its already impressive Z100 which will certainly attract a lot of discussions. To draw the public’s attention to its new project even more, the Japanese manufacturer has launched a special website (click here) dedicated to its all new Z1000.

This is the first time when Kawasaki makes any official announcement regarding its new motorcycle which is expected to be equipped with a new 998 cc, 200 hp engine that.

On the website is posted a teaser video of the upcoming motorcycle that doesn’t show too many details except for a few elements like the front headlight with quad lamps, the Z1000-signature quad exhaust pipes and wheels.

The new motorcycle will certainly have all it needs to make us fall in love with it and will have the necessary pedigree to compete with models like the Aprilia V4 Tuono, BMW S1000 or the fresh KTM Super Duke 1290 (which will be released in 6 days).

The 2014 Kawasaki Z100 will be fully revealed on 5th of November.

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Like the previous versions, the 2014 model year of the KX 450F continues to impress us with its first class performances.

The bike is fitted with a plethora of sophisticated technologies featuring the highest degree of rider adjustability and the most progressive electronics package in its class.

The bike’s front wheel is linked to a 48 mm Kayaba Pneumatic Spring Fork (PSF) that uses compressed air as a spring. The rear wheel is combined with a Kayaba shock absorber that features dual compression adjustability, allowing 22-position high-speed and stepless low-speed damping adjustments to be made independently.

It is propelled by a 449 cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke single engine with DOHC and four-valve cylinder head that sends its power to the rear wheel through a five speed transmission.

The 2014 Kawasaki KX 450F is offered with a base price of $8699.

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Kawasaki showed its 2014 KLX 110, a simple, accessible and agile off roader designed for the beginner riders. The motorcycle comes with a handful of nifty features to offer its rider a safe and pleasurable experience.

Featuring a low seat height rated at only 26.8 in. the KLX 110 is a non-intimidating machine that has all it needs to inspire confidence to the young riders being the perfect platform for learning.

As far as power is concerned, the Kawasaki KLX 110 is equipped with a 111cc, four-stroke, SOHC, two-valve single engine that breaths through a Mikuni PB18 carburetor. Mated to an easy shifting four-speed transmission with automatic clutch, the power plant offers all the power and torque needed to help you tackle off road trails with ease.

In terms of suspensions the 2014 Kawasaki KLX110 rides on a single shock with 4.3 inches of travel and a beefy, 30mm telescopic fork offering 4.3 inches of wheel.

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Kawasaki released the 2014 KLX 110L. The motorcycle is technically a more mature version of the KLX 110L, featuring a series of features that make it better suited for larger and more experienced riders.

Its seat height measures 28.7 inches thanks to a 2.4-inch longer fork that delivers 5.5 inches of travel up front and a longer shock that offers 5.2 inches of wheel travel out back. The bike sits on 14 inch front and 12 inch rear knobby tires that are mounted on tough, steel rims.

The 2014 model year continues to be propelled by the same 111cc, four stroke, SOHC, two-valve single engine. The unit is brought to life by an electric starter and is linked to a four speed transmission with manual clutch.

The 2014 Kawasaki KLXL is offered with a starting price of $2.499.

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Inspiring confidence and agility, the 2014 Kawaski KLX 140 is here to tackle any terrain with poise. Like its predecessors, the 2014 model year was carefully designed to be a perfect match for the beginner riders who want to learn the secrets of off-road riding.

It is propelled by a 144c, four-stroke, SOHC, two-valve single engine which breaths through a Keihin PB20 carburetor and is kept in leash by a five-speed transmission with wet multi-disc manual clutch.

The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is linked to a compact 1.5 gallons fuel tank.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a light yet rigid high tensile steel perimeter frame which sits on a 33mm telescopic fork and a rear Uni-Trak linkage-equipped shock absorber that features 5-way preload adjustability.

The 2014 Kawasaki KLX 140 is offered with a base price of $3.099.

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The Kawasaki KLX 140L is a tough off roader that can tackle any terrain with poise. The 2014 model year comes with a comprehensive list of modern features that help you get maximum performances in terms of traction, maneuverability and reliability.

The 2014 Kawasaki KLX 140L sports a 144cc, four-stroke, SOHC, two-valve single engine that sends its power to the rear wheel through a five speed transmission with wet, multidisc manual clutch. The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is fed by a compact 1.5 gallons fuel tank.

The high-revving engine is mounted on a high-tensile steel perimeter frame wrapped in a sharp looking body.

The ride is kept in check by a 33mm telescopic fork which is paired with a rear Uni-Trak linkage-equipped shock absorber that features 5-way preload adjustability and a remote reservoir.

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If you still don’t know what dual purpose motorcycle is better suited for your needs, then you should take a closer look at Kawasaki’s 2014 KLX 250S.

With features like diamond frame, digital instrumentation or petal shape disc brakes, the KLX 250S is here to reward its riders with the best performances on- and off-road.

Boasting a sharp-cut look, the 2014 model year is offered in two color schemes namely Ebony and Lime Green. And since a sporty dual purpose machine has to constantly remind its rider about its aggressive personality, the KLX 250S also comes with an angular headlight and a sharp tail light design.

Power comes from a 249cc, four-stroke, Liquid-Cooled, DOHC, four-valve single engine which is kept in leash by a six speed transmission.

The 2014 Kawasaki KLX 250S is offered with a base price of $5.099.

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Kawasaki has released the full specifications of its 2014 KLR 650. Until now, the motorcycle was one of the best sold dual purpose models in the company’s lineup and the 2014 model year has all it need to continue to be as successful as its predecessors.

Powered by a capable four-stroke, DOHC, four-valve, 651 cc engine, the Kawasaki KLR 650 can deal effortless with a wide range of terrains.

The motorcycle also comes with a generous 6.1 gallons fuel tank and a smooth shifting five speed transmission.

Like any respectable off roader, the Kawasaki KLR 650 needed a set of capable suspensions, therefore it comes with a 41mm front fork with 7.9 inches of travel and a rear Uni-Trak suspension that features a five-way preload shock absorber with four-way rebound damping and 7.3 inches of wheel travel.

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Kawasaki revealed its 2014 Vulcan 1700 Voyager. This Japanese cruiser represents a pretty good alternative for those who are looking for a cheaper alternative to the American cruisers.

At the heart of the motorcycle lies a liquid-cooled, four valves per cylinder, fuel-injected 1,700cc 52-degree V-twin engine that is combined with semi-dry sump, electronic throttle, digital injection and cruise control.

The unit delivers a maximum torque of 108 Lb-Ft at 2,750 Rpm and is mated to a six speed transmission with overdrive.

The stopping power is assured by a modern co-active ABS braking paired with dual 300 mm front disc brakes with four-piston calipers and a two-piston rear disc brake for sure, powerful stops.

The 2014 model year comes with improved ergonomics and better whether protection. The Voyager also features a large frame-mounted fairing, lots of storage places and a high-fidelity sound system.

The 2014 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager ABS comes with a base price of $19,399 and is offered in Metallic Warm Gray/Metallic Spark Black, Candy Fire Red/Metallic Warm Gray.

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