The 2020 (new for 2019) Versys 1000 SE 'Grand Tourer' is equipped with all its bells and whistles to compete and beat its European GT rivals. As standard the SE model comes with electronic suspension, offering a super smooth refined ride, cruise control, heated grips, a 12v power socket, cornering lights, 'self-healing' paint and a classy full-colour TFT colour dash, packed full with extra information.The Versys 1000 SE?s Showa fork and shock damping self adjust every millisecond, all depending on parameters like road speed, throttle position, lean angle and thanks to internal stroke sensors, suspension movement, too. Rear preload can be adjusted via the switchgear and ramped up(or down) for pillions and luggage. The Electronic suspension offers the holy trinity of grip, stability and rides quality, it really is hard to fault in any riding conditions! Offering superb comfort and confidence.On the road, The Versys offers bags of comfort with first-class legroom, a natural stretch to the bars and the seat is comfy enough for two to three-hour stints easily. Whilst New radial-mount monobloc front calipers, taken from the Z1000, are packed with power and feelFully loaded with 28-litre panniers (with inner pannier bags), a 56 litre top box with backrest pad, a 12v socket, GPS bracket, fog lights, frame protectors, tank pad, 24-month warranty and much more, the 2020 Versys 1000 SE GT is ready for its next adventure with you at the helm, be that on the commute to work or cross-continent grand tour. the Versys 1000 SE won't let you down or disappoint.Stock No: Versys 1000 SE GT (2020) ABS, 24 Month Warranty, Grand Tourer Pack, 56lt Top Box, 2x 28 Litre Side Cases, Pannier Insert Bags, Hand Guards, Touring Screen, Cruise Control, Quick Shifter, Heated Grips, Centre Stand, Cornering Lights, Auxiliary Fog Lights, Crash Protectors, Tank Pad, Knee Pads, GPS Mount, 12v SocketCompare insurance quotes
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Why buy from Greenham Kawasaki
Our aim is simple, we endeavour to offer you the best customer service and experience. Operating from Greenham Common Business Park near Newbury, our large modern facility is stocked with all the latest models from Kawasaki and quality used 'Kawasaki Select' machines from the Factory Approved Used Programme as well as many quality pre-owned motorcycles from other leading manufacturers too. If you're in the area, stop by for a coffee and a chat, we'd love to meet you.
MCN overall review verdict: Ever since its release in 2012 the Kawasaki Versys 1000 has hovered under the sports adventure radar, playing second fiddle to the big bhp competition - machines like the BMW S1000XR, Ducati Multistrada and KTM 1290 Super Duke GT. 2019 Kawasaki Versys 1000 long-term test fleet It may not have been big on brute power, or let’s face it, have the looks of its suave rivals, but after its major makeover in 2015 it grew to be a wonderful machine to spend time on - smooth, spacious, fast, comfortable and most importantly, affordable. Equipped with all its bells and whistles the 2019 Versys 1000 SE is BMW and Ducati money, which means the Euros are still the ones to go for if you want the last word in refinement and a dose of superbike twang from your sports adventure bike. But the Kawasaki has always been about big touring thrills for little money, so save yourself a fortune and go for the still well-equipped base model, because once you’ve stripped away all of that electronic tinsel it’s still a cracker of a motorcycle underneath. This 2019 Kawasaki Versys 1000 replaced the 2015 model. For 2020, the Versys 1000 was made Euro4 compliant. There's a large enthusiast scene for the Versys family, with the Versys 1000 Forum and the Kawasaki Versys Forum offering loads of useful advice and tips.
|Annual road tax||£93|
|Annual service cost||-|
|Max power||118 bhp|
|Max torque||75 ft-lb|
|Top speed||140 mph|
|Average fuel consumption||-|
|Frame type||Twin tube aluminium|
|Engine type||Liquid-cooled, 16v inline four|
|Fuel capacity||21 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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