Kawasaki Versys 650 bike’s bang entry, its features and looks will win hearts

2022 Kawasaki Versys 650 is powered by 649 cc Engine.

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The Kawasaki Versys 650 has made several updates to the styling and features of the bike, making it look more attractive.

Kawasaki Versys 650 has taken a bang in the Indian bike market and is continuously making its place in the market. The company has made many updates in the styling and features of this bike which are making its look more attractive. Let us know in detail about the features of this bike.

Will love sharp style

Kawasaki has launched the Versys 650 in a sharp style that is eye-catching. It is almost identical to the Versys 1000. It gets LED headlight and 4 way adjustable windscreen which provides protection from wind. Currently, it is offered in two colors which are Lime Green and Metallic Phantom Silver.

Will be equipped with TFT display

The Kawasaki Versys 650 comes with a host of new features, including a digi analog instrument cluster, an updated 4.3-inch TFT color display that adds to its charm, which is also equipped with Bluetooth connectivity. The most important thing is to have Traction Control (KTRC) system in it,

engine is strong

The engine of the updated Kawasaki Versys 650 is mechanically unchained but it is powered by the earlier 649 cc liquid cooled parallel twin cylinder engine that generates 66Hp, generates 8500 RPM of power, is mated to 6 manual gearboxes.

Dual disc brakes will also be available

The Versys 650 will also get dual disc brakes with a 300 mm disc at the front and a 220 mm disc brake at the rear. It has a 21 liter fuel capacity tank, the total weight of the bike is around 219 KG.

Starting from Rs 7.36 lakh

The updated model of Kawasaki Versys 650 is Rs 21 thousand more than the previous one. The starting price of this bike is Rs 7.36 lakh. If seen as compared to the previous, then by paying 21 thousand rupees more, you are getting many features including traction control, TFT display, LED headlights. The bike will compete with the Triumph Tiger Sport 660, Suzuki V Storm 650XT which are much more expensive than the Kawasaki.

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