Kawasaki Versys-X 300 Unveiled at EICMA 2016
Kawasaki Versys-X 300 was officially unveiled at the EICMA 2016. Being the smallest member of the family, it expands the Versys series in the same way the Ninja juniors of Kawasaki team. The motorcycle shares its engine with the Ninja 300 / Z300 and wraps up the things in a new frame and body. Those who have a pinch of adventure in their regular daily commute, Kawasaki Versys X300 is a perfect for them.
The lightweight Versys with long travel suspension will facilitate more people in tackling those high speed breakers and back braking pot holes of the city roads. The front rim size is 19 inch with 100/90 tyre while the rear uses 130/80-17 wheel. The motorcycle comes with slipper clutch for ease of driving and weighs around 170 kg (approx). The Nissin calipers ensures better braking while ABS comes as standard on the newcomer.
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Versys X300 comes with a high windscreen, wide handlebars and properly cushioned seat for those long and beautiful drives. The fuel tank is good for 386 kilometers at a single refill, if the eco-riding indicator stays on all the time. The console is rich in features, coming with an analogue tachometer and features like remaining fuel range, current mileage, dual trip meters and many more features.
The front uses long travel 41 mm telescopic forks while the rear comes with a Uni-Trak gas charged shock. The two accessory packages available with the standard X300 includes Urban (tank pad, hand guards, 30 liter top box) and Adventure (tank pad, tubular engine guard, 17 liter panniers and center stand).