If you are a motorcycle enthusiast and keep tabs on the bike competitions, then you have probably seen Kawasaki motorcycles at work. Their cool features and sizes are among the main reasons why most people consider biking. The good news is that with the Kawasaki Las Vegas, you don’t need to look any further for a variety of their models. Despite what happened in Japan during the Second World War, Kawasaki emerged to become one of the leading players not only in Japan but the world as a whole. Most of its reputation was built during the late 60s and 70s producing reputable and powerful engines on two wheels. Among the notable models include the Ninja series and some off-road bikes.
Innovation has been evident in Kawasaki Heavy Industries over the years, and 2017 is no different. While some of the models in 2017 focused mostly on the appearance, others had their performances and handling improved too. Check out the following top models of this year:
This latest mid-sized streetfighter from Kawasaki has been described as “Supernaked” by the producer. It comes with features that make it fit to compete with the likes of Yamaha’s FZ-07 and the SV650 from Suzuki. While some of the features of this bike may have been carried over, most of them are new. To the buyers of the race-like bikes, the differences may not make sense, but to those drawn to the naked streetfighters, the said differences cannot go unmentioned.
The Z650 has an all-new frame designed to have minimal weight and better handling, unlike the old style which had a twin-beam frame. As part of the chassis is an engine with 649cc, running an 180-degree crank with balancers for a smooth power delivery. The acquisition of a Kawasaki in Las Vegas will require you to part with around $7,399.
You just cannot talk about Kawasaki without mentioning comfort, style, and performance since such features make it brush shoulders with other big players in the industry such as the Honda and Suzuki families. With their roots tracing back to the original 650R, the 2017 650 models have undergone revisions and upgrades to make them compete favorably in the market. The engine is well tuned for beginner riders and for the experienced ones who are after fun. It is water-cooled with parallel-twin and a displacement of 649cc.
When you think that you have seen enough innovation, Kawasaki comes back with the Concours 14. Think of this machine as a remodeled Ninja ZX-14R making it suitable for touring. As you will see in the motorcycle shops in Las Vegas, it comes with more improvements cosmetic-wise and performance-wise than those produced in preceding years. The sporty styling is evident in this model with a 1352 cc engine under a chassis tuned for touring. It comes with safety and handling features from the 2016 enhancements as well as low-speed maneuvering capabilities and improved comfort even for the passenger.