Kawasaki Versys 650
฿ 2,200 / day
The Kawasaki Versys 650 is a middle-weight motorcycle. It borrows design elements from dual-sport bikes, standards, adventure tourers and sport bikes; sharing characteristics of all, but not neatly fitting into any of those categories. The name Versys is a portmanteau of the words versatile and system.
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Versys was introduced by Kawasaki to the European and Canadian markets as a 2007 model and to the US market in 2008.
Parallel-twin setup Engine
The Kawasaki Versys 650 harnesses an incredible 649cc two-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine with a parallel-twin setup and can be capable of 69hp weighing at about 216kgs(476lbs). This makes it the perfect bike for touring with incredible suspension for long haul rides. The Kawasaki has disk brakes in the rear and front with sleek alloy wheels and tubeless tyres. The fuel tank capacity is 21 litres.
Extremely Comfortable Seat
The Kawasaki Versys is quite comfortable because you can ride for a couple of hours without needing to take a break which makes it ideal for touring. The Kawasaki has a seat height of 33 inches which is quite high and comfortable and offers a lot of space for comfort for both riders. The Kawasaki Versys 650 also has rugged frame slider pads on the sides that are made from polyurethane plastic to reduce the bike from getting damaged in accidents.
Informative analogue tachometer
The Kawasaki Versys 650 has a lot of accessories and electronic modes especially for touring uses. It has Led light bars which can be used in places that are quite foggy and provides enhanced illumination of the road during your travels. The Led light bar consumes less power because of RFT. The Versys 650 has an analogue tachometer, digital speedo, fuel gauge and trip meter.
Good for both beginners and Experienced riders
Ultimately the Kawasaki Versys 650 is a good bike for both beginner riders and experienced riders as long as riders are aware of the unique incredible features and are very careful when riding it because it has a lot of power yet manageable. Although beginner riders have to be careful when it comes to the torque, when in lower gears the rider has to be really careful when easing off the gas. Releasing the gas too sudden the bike will slow down instantly that one may fall.
The Kawasaki Versys 650’s engine starts up with a large exhaust note then settle calmingly to a softer idle. The ride is seamlessly smooth and can reach triple digits just within a few seconds. It is an effortless cruiser and its refined mill makes it more pleasurable for riding for long hours.
The Kawasaki Versys 650 is an incredible long-distance tourer because of its all roundedness and its massive performance. For long distance travelling the Kawasaki handles bends with ease and sudden direction changes are effortless, like most good sports bikes.
When travelling very short distances in Bangkok especially at slow speeds it is easy to ride because of how evenly spread the torque is. The ABS system on the Kawasaki Versys 650 works like a charm and has perfect grip and makes it easy to ride in traffic without putting in much effort.
When looking for a long-distance tourer for your adventures as well as a machine for daily commuting the Kawasaki Versys 650 is a well-equipped and powerful bike with amazing handling, a great and powerful engine and also provides riders with great comfort from others in its line such as the Kawasaki versys 300, Kawasaki versys 1000 and Kawasaki ninja motorcycles.
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