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Get your lean on with Kawasaki H2

The updated supercharged Kawasaki H2 now tells the rider just how far they have been able to lean the bike with a bank angle indicator. It is one of several technical updates to the 2017 model now available in Australia for $36,700 plus on-road costs. That’s $2700 more than the …

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Kawasaki Ninja 400 and Z900RS coming?

Kawasaki may be introducing a Ninja 400, a “Stone” retro version of its Z900 and new colours and features on its Z650 and Ninja 650 models. Ninja 400 The Ninja 400 was revealed when the Japanese company was filming a TV commercial in Milwaukee this week, right in Harley-Davidson’s backyard. …

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July hot for winter bike sales

Motorcycle buyers are the big winners in July which is usually a hot month for winter discounts as companies scramble to sell of stock left over from the previous financial year. The half-yearly motorcycle sales figures are set to be released in the next couple of days and we suspect …

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Kawasaki Ninja 1000 sports tourer review

The updated Kawasaki Ninja 1000  is the most rideable and best-value sports tourer since the mighty Honda Blackbird. It’s a lot of bike for $16,299 plus on-road costs, which is just $300 more than last year despite the host of upgrades. The third iteration of the big sports tourer now …

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Kawasaki offers free KLR650 luggage

Kawasaki is currently doing a great deal that makes the versatile go-anywhere 2017 KLR650 adventurer even more attractive. Buy the bike now and they will throw in a free luggage kit valued at more than $800. It includes soft saddlebags, matching tank bag and tail bag, so you can carry …

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Kawasaki Z900 – more power, same price

Kawasaki has ditched the Z800 for a Z900 with more power, more sound, but the same price of $12,499 (plus on-road costs). The Z900 is now a 948cc in-line four based on the Z1000 with the same power output of 94kW (up 9kW on the Z800), but weighing 1kg less at …

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Honda and Ducati plan turbine futures

Honda looks like following Kawasaki and Suzuki into a forced-induction future with turbocharged motorcycles while Ducati is also using turbine technology. Patent drawings have surfaced on the internet which show a Honda (pictured above) with a supercharged engine and a Ducati with a turbine in its exhaust system. Ducati with …

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Australia gets Kawasaki H2 Carbon bikes

Only 120 limited-edition Kawasaki H2 Carbon models will be released worldwide this year and Australia may get almost 20 for customers. Kawasaki Motors Australia marketing co-ordinator Milo Dokmanovic says they already have orders for the limited-edition supercharged Carbon model. “Unfortunately I cannot divulge pricing until this model is officially released, …

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Kawasaki Ninja 650L for sporty novices

Kawasaki continues to lead the Australian market in learner-approved motorcycles with the launch of the Z650L and the Ninja 650L. We attended the launch of these two bikes last week and raved about the Z650L as a bike for novices, commuters, weekend warriors and returned riders. At $9699 (plus on-road costs) it’s …

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Kawasaki Z650L great for novices

Kawasaki does the new Z650L a disservice by referring to it as a learner motorcycle. This is a bike that will not only suit learners, but also novices, returned riders, commuters, weekend warriors and people who are honestly not all that fussed with tech specs, but just want to ride …

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