Kawasaki Announces the New 2020 Z650, Z900 and Ninja® 1000SX Motorcycles2019-11-07 09:31
2020 Z650 Motorcycle
Kawasaki has built a legacy of creating motorcycles that have unrivaled performance, excitement, and Sugomi™ styling, all of which is embodied in the new 2020 Z650 compact middleweight motorcycle. Known as one of the most well-balanced motorcycles in the Kawasaki lineup, the Z650 blends easy handling, optimal engine and chassis performance with bold Sugomi styling. For 2020, the new Kawasaki Z650 features new styling, LED headlight, new Dunlop tires, and a full suite of state-of-the-art advanced rider support features.
2020 Z900 ABS Motorcycle
Minimum Bodywork. Maximum Attitude.
Featuring a new strengthened frame, the 2020 Kawasaki Z900 motorcycle’s potent 948cc engine shines through the sharper Sugomi™ styling and minimal bodywork. Its style reflects its purpose. The improved trellis frame is complemented with improved suspension settings to let you experience the Z900 like never before. The front and rear suspension settings have been revised to match the new frame.
The new Z900 rewards the rider with crisp, smooth response and exhilarating acceleration at every twist of the throttle. Complementing the engine are a handful of new electronic features for 2020, including KTRC, power and integrated riding mode selection, and smartphone connectivity.
2020 Ninja® 1000SX Motorcycle*
Refined Sport Tourer.
The new 2020 Ninja® 1000SX has been refined to provide an even better platform for experienced riders to enjoy sport riding combined with touring capability. The dynamic, sportier styling, including a single-sided muffler is sure to catch your eye upon first glance. Rider aides have also been added including Electronic Cruise Control and Intergrated Riding Modes that combine KTRC and Power Modes in one easy selection. The electronics can now be monitored through the new 4.3” all-digital TFT color instrumention screen or with Kawasaki’s RIDEOLOGY THE APP using Bluetooth® smartphone connectivity.
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