Published on October 10th, 2019 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Kawasaki Ninja 650, here are the pictures and details

Looking more aggressive than the early ZZR, this is a Ninja you might want to own.

The Ninja 650 if a mid range superbike that sits right in the middle of the Kawasaki range. This superbike provides an overall sporting package that rewards riders new segment looking for quick, agile, fun riding experience.

This Ninja engine has the flexibility from ignition to its governed red line and urban maneuverability are just two of the many Ninja 650’s strong points. The confidence inspiring twin cylinder engine is also an ideal out of town and weekend thrills machine, either solo or with a passenger who will additionally benefit from a revised and better contoured rear seat. 

For 2020, Kawasaki has added a new multi-function 10.9cm colour TFT meter that replaces the previous meter and displays such items as gear position indicator, shift lamp, fuel gauge and Economical Riding Indicator plus other innovations including Bluetooth Smartphone connectivity. 

Kawasaki Ninja 650_black
Kawasaki Ninja 650_white

The new upper cowl is wider than before, with the taller windscreen now flush-fit for a streamlined look. It also now features twin LED headlamps, each with a high and low beam. 

For a new generation of riders, who need to have their cellphones always with them, the possibility to connect to their motorcycle by pairing via Bluetooth is simple and via Kawasaki’s own Rideology App. Functions such as GPS route information and schedule service information can be accessed in addition to all the normal familiar notifications. Additionally, the colour display itself can be switched between “positive” and “negative” displays while a built-in light sensor alters brightness intensity.

Fuelling the visual connection with the awesome Ninja H2, the trellis type chassis of the Ninja 650 remains unchanged while reflecting the no-nonsense visual style of the KRT World Superbike. One of three colour options for 2020 will be a lime green/ebony look, evocative of the bikes competing in the World Superbike Championship. Joining this version will be a duo of other fresh options comprising of metallic spark black and a final choice of flat stardust white / metallic flat spark black.

BHP petrol

Competition is fierce in the popular mid-capacity sports class and the new uprated and updated Ninja 650 is set to continue its coveted place among the front runners with this well-considered package of innovative and timely updates plus new colour options.

Contact you nearest Kawasaki dealer for more details on this bike and its selling price. 

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