Kawasaki Ninja 650

Following Kawasaki’s announcement last week of changes to their 2021 Vulcan S cruiser, the remaining three models in the 2021 twin-cylinder 650cc range have been unveiled.

The Kawasaki Versys 650, Z650, and Ninja 650 have gained updated colours and slight tweaks ahead of the range overhaul for the new year. Last week, Kawasaki announced the 2021 Z900, Ninja 1000SX, and Vulcan S.

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The Versys 650 will now be available in Candy Lime Green, Metallic Spark Black, Pearl Blizzard White, Metallic Spark Black or Metallic Moondust Gray, Metallic Spark Black.
Kawasaki Versys 2021
Complete with distinctive long travel suspension, the Versys is ready to tackle distance thanks to an upright riding position and the ability to add clean mount 56l accessory panniers that utilise a single key operating the ignition, fuel cap and seat lock too.
The new Kawasaki machine will be available in November 2020, with pricing yet to be revealed.
Kawasaki’s A2-friendly sports bike, the Ninja 650 is also available in fresh colours, with Metallic Spark Black and Lime Green and Ebony, Pearl Blizzard White or Metallic Spark Black, and Pearl Blizzard White the options.
The Kawasaki Ninja 650 was heavily updated for 2020, so it’s unsurprising that there are little changes for next year. Pricing is yet to be confirmed, but is expected to be available from December 2020.
Kawasaki Z650
Similarly, the Z650 was revised ahead of 2020, so it’s mainly colour changes for the new year. The colour options are Metallic Spark Black and Metallic Flat Spark Black, Pearl Blizzard White and Metallic Spark Black or Metallic Spark Black.
The Z650 will be available for December 2020, with pricing not confirmed. Visit www.kawasaki.co.uk to keep updated.

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