Buying A Used Kawasaki Versys 650
- Feb 16, 2020
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The third of Kawasaki’s updated range has made it down to our shores as the Japanese brand brings the new Ninja 650 to India. While Kawasaki is yet to arrive on a definite price for the Ninja 650, the new bike will be priced between Rs 6.45 lakh and Rs 6.75 lakh (ex-showroom India). So, you will end up paying at least Rs 55,000 more for the BS6-compliant bike. The premium is equivalent to what Kawasaki would be demanding for the BS6 Z650 (which is Rs 56,000 more than the BS4 bike). What do you get for the extra money?
For starters, the new Ninja 650 looks nothing like its predecessor. Kawasaki has heavily reworked the design of the sports-tourer to make it look like the Ninja ZX-6R and the Ninja 400. Plus, you get the same smartphone compatible TFT screen that has arrived on the new Z650 and the Z900.
Here’s the company’s official press statement:
Kawasaki launches the all New BS-6 compliant MY21 Ninja 650 in India
India Kawasaki Motors Pvt. Ltd. (IKM) announces the launch of India’s first locally manufactured fully faired BS-6 compliant MY21 Ninja 650. The new Ninja 650 will be available in 2 colours “Lime Green/Ebony” and “Pearl Flat Stardust White / Metallic Flat Spark Black”.
The new Ninja 650 is one of the most well-balanced motorcycles Kawasaki has produced, blending the fun and easy handling with optimal engine and chassis performance and the legendary sleek Kawasaki Ninja styling.
Riders can boldly ride the new Ninja 650 as nimble handling and direct feel are complemented by easy-to- manage power delivery and rider-friendly manoeuvrability, offering an ideal blend of sporty performance and everyday versatility.
The new Ninja 650 features the 649cc parallel twin cylinder power plant and new styling, as well as a high- performance chassis and a full suite of state-of-the-art advanced rider support features.
Highlights of new MY21 Ninja 650 are:
649cc parallel twin engine (Cleaner Emissions)
Sharper New styling with Twin LED Headlamps
4.3” TFT colour instrumentation
Smartphone connectivity via RIDEOLOGY THE APP
Dunlop Sportmax Roadsport 2 tyres
Kawasaki motorcycles possess both power and grace so are often recognised as being different to other bikes. This results from certain guiding principles adopted at the design stage. Rideology is Kawasaki’s rider-centric development philosophy focused on how the riding experience offered by a Kawasaki is crafted, ensuring that our machines are fun to ride and rewarding to control. This approach has been the force behind many of our legendary machines, and in our pursuit of all possibilities it will continue to guide the future creation of Kawasaki motorcycles.
Compliance to new emission norms will increase the price which will range between “INR 6,45,000- 6,75,000” Ex Showroom.
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