2015 Kawasaki Ninja 650
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Head-turning supersport-inspired styling. Commuter comfort and nimble handling. Power and fuel efficiency. The 2015 Ninja 650 motorcycle is truly a well-balanced sportbike. With Dunlop Roadsmart II tires that can put in the extra miles, and ABS brakes that inspire confidence during hard stops in bustling city streets, the 650 is an affordable motorcycle with a versatile package that provides every-day riding enjoyment you just cant do without.Riding Experience
If you prefer a smooth and comfortable riding experience, yet you still want to have fun in the canyons, at track days, or on your way to work, then the 2015 Ninja 650 is the perfect bike for you. With a more upright seating position and nimble handling, its lightweight, fuel-efficient and has both on-top and mid-range power for a gratifying riding experience on a variety of roads.Comfort And Convenience
The 2015 Ninja 650 is packed with rider-friendly features like a three-position adjustable windshield, stacked analog/digital gauge cluster, dual headlamps, sculpted grab rails that double as excellent tie-down points, triple petal-style brake rotors and available ABS. The bodywork also features an aerodynamic design that adds wind protection and helps with heat management by facilitating easy exit of hot air from inside the fairings.Features May Include:
The Ninja 650 features a high-tensile steel double-pipe perimeter frame with a backbone-style seat rail that offers a low seat height and a narrow footpeg placement for comfort and an easy reach to the ground. Additionally, a wide handlebar, two-piece seat, and optimal footpeg placement result in a comfortable and natural upright seating position to suit a wide range of riders.
The Ninja 650 is powered by a 649cc liquid-cooled, DOHC, eight-valve fuelinjected parallel-twin engine that delivers such smooth and responsive performance at the low- to medium-rpm range, that its been used on race-winning flat track and Isle of Man TT motorcycles. The triangular setup of the crankshaft and transmission shafts make this engine dimensionally compact front-to-back, contributing to the narrow feel of the bike and readily available, quick-revving power on city highways as well as twisty roads.
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