Kawasaki has just confirmed it’s updating its compact Versys X-300 for 2019 – unveiling a couple of new model variants and colour schemes for its dual-purpose A2-licence friendly mini-adventure machine.
First introduced a couple of years ago, amongst a swathe of smaller capacity adventure-oriented machines; Kawasaki’s widely praised Versys-X 300 is being updated for 2019. Mechanically, not much is actually changing – instead, it’s receives a couple of new ‘SE’ paint schemes.
Colour-wise, the new small capacity Versys X-300 is available in Candy Lime Green/Metallic Flat Spark or Black Metallic Moondust Grey/Metallic Flat Spark Black – while its Adventure and Urban variants offer all the equipment necessary, either for your daily commute or next big trip.
Here’s the bikes technical specifications;
Engine: 296cc Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin
Maximum torque: 25.7 Nm @ 10,000 rpm
Maximum power: 29.3 kW @ 11,500 rpm
Brakes: (F) Single 290 mm petal disc. Caliper: Single balanced actuation dual piston (R) Single 220 mm petal disc. Caliper: Dual piston
Suspension: (F) 41 mm telescopic fork (R) Bottom-Link Uni-Trak, gas-charged shock and adjustable preload
Tyre: (F) 100/90-19M/C 57S (R) 130/80-17M/C 65S
Ground clearance: 180 mm
Fuel capacity: 17 litres
Seat height: 845 mm
Curb mass: 175 kg
At this stage, we’re still waiting for Kawasaki to confirm the price and availability of its new 2019 Versys-X 300 in the UK – but we’d expect it come in around £5,500 when it finally makes it into showrooms. For more information, click HERE.