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Kawasaki KFX700
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Kawasaki KFX700

An impressive 697 cm? V-twin power plant of Kawasaki KFX700 provides 49 ps driven through the purposeful and ever so wide rear tyres via an automatic transmission that’s been specially designed for the job. Why bother changing gears when you could just be having fun.
19 December, 2008 0

Kawasaki Ninja 650R
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Kawasaki Ninja 650R

With its cutting design and astonishing versatility, it is no surprise the Kawasaki 650R excels in real world riding. Mating sportbike performance levels and comfortable seating position make Kawasaki Ninja 650R well-suited for slicing through commuter traffic, running errands
19 December, 2008 0

Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Classic
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Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Classic

Following the path forged by the original Vulcan 1500 cruiser design, the Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Classic continues to provide riders an experience thats hard to forget. Its good looks materialize in the form of a low, sleek chassis matched with equally impressive V-twin power are without a doubt a
19 December, 2008 0

Kawasaki GPX600R
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Kawasaki GPX600R

The history of sportbike Kawasaki GPX600R starts in 1988, when it replaced Kawasaki GPZ600, until its production ciesed in 1996. Despite the fact that nowadays this bike is classified as sport-tiurist, at that time it referred to classic sportbikes with full plastic body kit and
19 December, 2008 0

Kawasaki KLX250 S
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Kawasaki KLX250 S

The Kawasaki KLX250 S is powered by a compact, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine displacing 249ccm. The engine is mounted towards the bottom of the perimeter frames, helping to deliver a low center of gravity and enhanced maneuvering on tight trails.
17 December, 2008 0

Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja
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Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja

Kawasaki's ZX-6R was first introduced in 1994 and has been a source of much success for Kawasaki, both in the sales charts and on the race track. The race track efforts culminated in Australia's Andrew Pitt winning the 2001 World SuperSport Championship for Kawasaki.
13 December, 2008 0

Kawasaki VN800
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Kawasaki VN800

The Kawasaki VN800 motorcycle for 2004 has changed in colour from red to black, this beast of a bike has torque everywhere, from idle to redline it just power.
09 December, 2008 0