Great price and engineering make Kawasaki ER-6n a street fighter to watch out for...
No fairing, no extra bulk and pure muscle. Often a street-bike is a more practical buy for those who prefer to ride within city limits. And it's not surprising that we're riding another recently launched naked street fighter in the same week as the DSK Benelli TNT 600 i. And this time it's the ultra refined Kawasaki ER-6n, the streetbike version of the popular Kawasaki Ninja 650. But unlike the smart look and fit for touring Ninja, the ER-6n isn't the best looking bike in the segment. Sure there are plenty of part sharing between the siblings -- like the shapely, and practical 16-litre fuel tank, seats, fender and the entire tail section are starkly similar. Sans the front fairing,along with the extensions add some aggression to the Kawasaki ER-6n. The streetfighter's mass forward design language with exposed chassis tubes and beefy engine, underbelly exhaust and bright red springs of the rear suspension give it the desired 'don't mess with me' stance. For now Kawasaki ER-6n will only be offered in the all-black body colour which doesn't do complete justice to the bike. A couple of more creative colour schemes would have added more...read more »
We take a close look at the ER-6n, the latest performance motorcycle to be launched in the Indian two-wheeler market by Kawasaki
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