Kawasaki have revealed three of their biggest selling motorcycles are getting makeovers for 2021.
With the Z900 and the Ninja 1000SX undergoing recent overhauls for 2020, the changes for the new year are subtle for the Kawasaki machines. Meanwhile the Vulcan S cruiser gets some fresh paint for the new year.
Kawasaki Z900 changes
Equipped with an easy to read and innovative TFT meter panel (with Smartphone Connectivity) plus all LED lighting, the Z900 will be available in three colour-ways plus an Edition model for 2021.
The 2021 Z900 is now available in a choice of Green Framed Metallic Spark Black / Metallic Flat Spark Black with a touch of green or Red Framed Metallic Spark Black / Metallic Flat Spark Black with a touch of red. A Pearl Blizzard White / Metallic Spark Black combination is also on offer for the coming season.
A Performance Edition Z900 is also available from Kawasaki dealers as a once more in 2021 – featuring a large smoke meter cover, a gel tank pad, a colour coded seat cover plus the sporty sound and extra performance of an Akrapovič exhaust, finished off with carbon heat shield.
With Power Mode selection plus advanced traction control and rider modes, the support and subtlety of the electronic rider aids is matched to the precision of such features as a smooth to operate Assist and Slipper clutch offering a riding experience that is generally recognised as taking the Z ethos to the next level of engagement and refinement.
The 2021 Z900 will be available in dealers from this coming December and prices will be announced shortly.
Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX changes
The 1000SX is available in three colourway options for 2021, so riders can choose between Metallic Carbon Gray / Metallic Diablo Black, Emerald Blazed Green / Metallic Diablo Black / Metallic Graphite Gray or Metallic Moondust Gray / Metallic Diablo Black. And in each case match the desired colour to one of three Editions.
The Ninja 1000SX Performance Edition adds frame sliders, a smoke windscreen, a gel tank pad, a colour coded seat cover plus the sporty sound and extra performance of an Akrapovič exhaust.
Marking the fifth generation of a successful sport touring platform, the Ninja 1000SX Tourer Edition adds a 2x 28L integrated pannier system that is colour-matched to the body of the bike and can be conveniently locked with the ignition key. A larger windscreen is fitted for even more comfort; while the GPS bracket lets you mount your system of choice.
The third of the trio of Edition options is the Ninja 1000SX Performance Tourer Edition adding a colour coded 2x 28L integrated pannier system, heated grips, frame sliders, a large smoke windscreen, a GPS bracket, a gel tank pad, a colour coded seat cover plus the sporty sound and extra performance of an Akrapovič exhaust.
Prices for each machine will be announced at a later date.
Kawasaki Vulcan S changes
Kawasaki’s popular and highly rated mid-weight Cruiser will also be available in three colourways.
For 2021, Kawasaki riders can choose between a Metallic Spark Black, Metallic Flat Raw Graystone or Ebony.
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