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2022 Kawasaki Z650RS
Kawasaki brings back the mid-size seventies-style UJM cruiser look with a new addition to its naked-sport family, the 2022 Z650RS. Classic design elements join with a modern engine and chassis plus a handful of electronic safety systems to round out the package. This new Z650RS can serve as an entry-level machine, but should be entertaining enough for riders with some smaller-displacement experience.
2015 - 2022 Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS
Kawasaki delivered the 2015 Concours 14 ABS with a whole slew of improvements over the prior year — some cosmetic and some for performance — and carries that over to 2022. At the core, the Kawasaki kept the 1,352 cc engine derived from the Ninja® ZX™-14R in a chassis tuned for touring. The sportbike DNA is quite evident in the overall styling, so whether you love it or hate it, you don’t ignore the Concours 14 ABS.
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Kawasaki has been busy in the last few months, teasing eight new models as well as a future programme that will see petrol-engined bikes disappear from the line up by 2035. Five of the new models we know about but it is one of the last three that could really shake things up in the motorcycling world.
2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
Kawasaki takes its Superbike racing program to the bank with its made-for-public Ninja ZX-10R platform that brings an uncommon level of performance to the streets. A newly-updated engine carries improved cooling features and exhaust components with a new bundle of ride-control and ride-safety electronics to keep it all under control. Next-gen bodywork wraps up the package with windtunnel-tested efficiency and some interesting paint choices.
2022 Kawasaki KLR 650
Kawasaki leaps ahead to its 2022 model-year lineup with a new KLR 650 family. The base model comes with a number of improvements to the engine and electronics, all wrapped up under new bodywork. Fuel injection replaces the carburetor this year to modernize the powerplant along with a new instrument panel and updated lighting that does the same for the rest of the bike. If the base model isn’t exactly as adventure-tastic as you’d like, the factory put together an “Adventure” accessory pack and a touring “Traveler” trim package for a pair of bona fide adventure bikes that are good to go right off the showroom floor.
2019 - 2022 Kawasaki Ninja H2 R
Many of the major players offer a pure-D racetrack hypersport for the public’s consumption, and for Kawasaki, that honor falls to the freshly updated Ninja H2 R. The H2 R brings to the table the best Kawi has to offer along with top-flight aerodynamics and a supercharged engine on top of a full electronics suite making it a threat on the track right out of the box. That’s about the only place it’s a threat though, since the H2 R is far too awesome to be street legal, and as a track-only bike, it wastes not an ounce on any silly old mirrors, headlights, or turn signals. Carbon-fiber components complete the package with their own brand of lightweight strength.
2020 - 2022 Kawasaki Ninja 650
Kawasaki gave its Ninja 650 supersport a facelift ahead of MY2020 with aggressive new lines. Safety and visibility were increased through LED technology, and instrumentation moves into the 21st century with a TFT display to deliver the metrics. New tires and new networking technology round out the package along with the engine performance and handling that made the last generation a hit.
2018 - 2022 Kawasaki Ninja 400
Kawasaki took the next step in the struggle to find that perfect balance between displacement, performance, and affordability with the new-in-2018 Ninja 400. This ride delivers the aggressive styling that you expect from the Ninja family with a host of improvements over the previous generation. More power, less weight, and a mature presentation should hold the new Ninja in good stead in the highly-competitive small-displacement sportbike market that serves as the main battlefield in the contest to instill some brand loyalty in the increasingly important new buyer base.
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Most popular kawasaki motorcycle models?
- Kawasaki Ninja H2R
- Kawasaki Ninja 650
- Kawasaki Ninja Z1000
- Kawasaki Ninja 300
- Kawasaki Ninja ZX – 10R
- Kawasaki Ninja 400
- Kawasaki Ninja ZX – 10 "Tomcat"
- Kawasaki Ninja ZX – 9R
- Kawasaki Ninja ZX – 6R
- Kawasaki Ninja GPZ900R
How much is a kawasaki motorcycle?
The price depends on the model of the motorcycle: the price ranges from $ 4999 to $ 55000
Where are kawasaki motorcycles made?
Kawasaki motorbikes are made by the Motorcycle and Engine division of Kawasaki Heavy Industries. Motorcycles are produced in Japan, Michigan, Philippines, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Thailand.
Who owns kawasaki motorcycles?
- Manufacturer: Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. (KHI)
- Founder: Shōzō Kawasaki
- Founded: 15 October 1896