The Kawasaki ER-6n was especially designed for the city traffic, but it feels pretty comfortable on the open road too.
The motorcycle is propelled by a 649 cc, liquid cooled, 4- stroke parallel twin, DOHC engine which generates a maximum output of 53 KW (72.1 PS) at 8,500 rpm and 64 Nm of torque at 6000 rpm. The engine’s power is controlled by a six speed transmission with wet, multi-disc clutch.
Jump on board and you’ll be greeted by a narrow seat which is placed pretty low to the ground, function-friendly controls and an ergonomically designed handlebar.
The stopping power is handled by front dual semi-floating 300 mm petal discs and rear single 220 mm petal discs.
The Kawasaki ER-6n is offered with a starting price of €6.519 for the base model and €7.002 for the ABS version.
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There aren’t many motorcycles that can go head to head with success with the Kawasaki ER-6nL. This muscular mechanical beast is wrapped in an aggressive street-fighter skin which underlines its unstoppable character.
It is worthy of being mentioned that the 2013 version comes with a slimmer new chassis and a fresh seat design that gives you a more comfortable ride.
Talking about comfort, the motorcycle’s riding position was carefully adjusted to inspire confidence. Therefore, the handlebars, seat and footpegs are working together to give you a natural position that feels similarly comfortable for both short and long journeys.
Once on board you are also met by a stacked instrument cluster with analogue-style tachometer and multi-function dual-window LCD screen. In addition to the fuel gauge, digital speedometer, clock, odometer and dual trip meters, new 2013 features include: remaining range, average/instant fuel consumption and the Economical Riding Indicator.
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The new 2013 Kawasaki ER-6n is sporty, practical, agile and cool. What more could you ask from a bike? The motorcycle features a new double pioe perimeter style frame, a sharp design language and a powerful engine. Talking about the engine it is a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 8 valves, parallel twin unit with a displacement of 649 cm³. The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is mated on a six speed transmission. In terms of power, it cranks out 72.1 PS @ 8,500 rpm and 64 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm.
Kawasaki’s engineers have spent a lot of time to reward the ER-6n’s rider with first class ergonomics. Thereby the motorcycle is equipped with a sporty looking tandem seat with thick cushioning, ergonomic passenger grips, rubber-mounted seat bracket and a comfortable handlebar.
The Kawasaki ER-6n is available on the UK market with a starting price of £5899.
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In what concerns middleweight streetfighter bikes, a powerful and smooth operating engine, comfortable ergonomics and light handling are all qualities that manage to do the trick each and every time. So what could have possibly been Kawasaki doing to the ER-6n that they ended up delivering such a versatile, aggressive looking and awesome performing motorcycle that it even ended up on the American market? Honestly, quite a lot.
The series of modifications improved almost every aspect of the light and attractive Kawi bike so that the highest demands would be easily met and so far it didn’t disappoint. Furthermore, the 2010 model year gets a lowered seat from 30.9 inches to 29.7 inches, making this an even more appropriate choice for beginning riders who need to be steady on their feet.