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Limited number of ABS-equipped Kawasaki J300s coming to UK

Liam Marsden, 22 January 2014 10:42

Kawasaki UK has announced plans to sell a limited number of ABS-equipped J300SE scooters in the UK in 2014. The manufacturer originally planned to only sell the non-ABS version, stating they didnt want to price themselves out of the market and wanted to gauge reaction from the public in the first year of sales. ABS will only be available on the ...

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Kawasaki J300 First Ride

MCN Staff, 22 January 2014 09:46

Kawasaki is the last of the big four Japanese manufacturers to enter the scooter market with their new J300, which began life as a Kymco Downtown 300. MCN went to the launch in Portugal to see if Kawasaki has got it right with their first foray into the scooter market. brightcove.createExperiences();

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New ‘Champions Choice’ Kawasaki finance

Andy Downes, 09 January 2014 13:38

Kawasaki is offering a new finance offer called ‘Champions Choices’ which covers 24 models on 0% finance and deposits as low as £99 on many models. Part of the offer covers the entire Ninja range which follows the world championship win in the World Superbike series for Tom Sykes with the ZX-10R and ZX-6R both included. The 24 models included ...

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Jaw-dropping 1970s KR750 replica is actually a usable ER-6f

MCN, 26 December 2013 08:00

The flash of green and bare alloy emerges from a London side street. The rider, black visor down, looks both ways, and accelerates into a gap in front of a red bus. The bike is obscured by traffic. There is only the bus’s burp of diesel smoke and a question left to consider: Was that really a Kawasaki KR750? It ...

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Video: Kawasaki Z1000 first ride

MCN, 28 November 2013 07:30

The Z1000 has been the most serious Japanese 'super naked' since 2003, and Kawasaki have determinedly reinvented it ever since. For 2014, it's re-styled and eschews electronics in favour of refinement, quality and value. It's a bold move and could be a clever one. brightcove.createExperiences();

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Aggressive new Z1000 unveiled in Milan

Phil West, 05 November 2013 09:52

Kawasaki has just unveiled this significantly new Z1000 super naked at the Milan Show. Although not completely new – the basic engine and chassis are unchanged, for example – Kawasaki’s super naked has received a raft of changes to the powertrain, chassis, equipment and, most obviously, styling which effectively renders it an all-new machine. The key changes are as follows: ...

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First Ride: Kawasaki Z1000SX

MCN Staff, 23 September 2013 09:45

Kawasaki’s updated Z1000SX is currently being put through it’s paces in Austria by MCN’s Phil West and here are his first impressions. ‘The SX has been a massive hit for Kawasaki in the UK being by far their best selling bike, so there wasn’t much they needed to change but even so they have made a host of changes which ...

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Kawasaki Z1000SX updated for 2014

Phil West, 06 September 2013 16:00

Kawasaki’s popular sports-tourer, the Z1000SX, is to receive a host of significant updates for 2014, the Japanese firm has announced. Not only does it get a new, bespoke, colour-coded optional pannier system, there’s also a raft of metal finish updates and the addition of three-way traction control and two switchable power modes. Other changes include the addition of a remote ...

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New Kawasaki Z1000SX spied

Andy Downes, 20 August 2013 09:37

This is the updated 2014 Kawasaki Z1000SX which was scooped while filming a video in Norway ahead of the official launch of the bike at the end of September. We have no official information on the bike but changes to the current model include redesigned hard panniers and subtle changes to the shape of the front lights and top fairing. ...

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Staff Blog: Not so naked now

Andy Davidson, 10 June 2013 17:02

I have finally fitted a screen from German firm MRA. The aftermarket plastic is not specifically designed for the Z800 but is a racing screen built for newer, aggressively-styled naked bikes. I fitted the screen in about 15 minutes with an Allen key and a screwdriver in the office car park. Everything smoothly slotted into place and the shield looks ...

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