Kawasaki Ninja 650 - The New Middle Weight for 2017

7th December 2016

Kawasaki Ninja 650 - The New Middle Weight for 2017

The Intermot Motorcycle Show in October, saw Kawasaki launch the new Kawasaki Ninja 650, taking over the reins of the hugely popular and top selling ER6.

Being a mid-weight machine, the new Ninja 650, a twin cylinder, water-cooled machine is set to target a wide spectrum of potential owners. With the pressures of Euro4 compliance, Kawasaki designers took the opportunity to assess what the company’s extensive European market research was showing producing a machine with undeniable Ninja styling and spirit allied to every-day adaptability.

With outright performance less crucial to potential owners compared to usability across a number of riding scenarios, the 69PS engine has been tuned for excellent low to mid-range urge while the entire package offers a riding environment that will appeal to those looking for their first mid-weight, those trading down from a larger machine and riders with skill levels from novice to experienced.

Developed from the well-respected ER series unit, the Ninja 650 engine delivers instant response and performance with the benefit of 6.8% better fuel economy. The latest mid-weight Ninja boasts not just good looks but a chassis weight reduction of an impressive 19kg.

It can also be restricted to be A2 compliant, answering the needs of riders seeking to enter the mid-weight arena while at the same time delivering weekend sports riding and weekday commuting possibilities thanks to an ergonomically tuned riding position. Priced starting at £6,349 we should see the Kawasaki Ninja 650 in the showroom by late January 2017. 

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