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When did Versys 650 get ABS?

Excellent bike, Enough power, Lightweight, Smooth, Cheap to own, Good on fuel, Tyres and oil, Easy to maintain by owner. Build quality is good. Lightweight bike to ride.

When did Versys 650 get ABS?

2016
VERSYS 650. The Kawasaki Versys 650 ABS comes into the 2016 model year with a host of updates, including dramatic new styling, more power and torque, improved comfort as well as rubber-mounted engine and handlebars, plus new suspension to maximize your riding fun.

Is Kawasaki Versys 650 a good bike?

Excellent bike, Enough power, Lightweight, Smooth, Cheap to own, Good on fuel, Tyres and oil, Easy to maintain by owner. Build quality is good. Lightweight bike to ride.

Does Kawasaki Versys 650 have ABS?

Yes, Dual Channel ABS is available on Kawasaki Versys 650.

How much horsepower does a Kawasaki Versys 650 have?

Using a 649cc liquid-cooled DOHC parallel-twin based on the engine from the Ninja 650, the Versys 650 produces 68 HP and 47 lbs-ft of torque. Standard equipment includes ABS, semi-adjustable suspension, and dual throttle valves for optimal fuel efficiency.

What does versys stand for?

versatile and system
The name Versys is a portmanteau of the words versatile and system. It was introduced by Kawasaki to the European and Canadian markets as a 2007 model and to the US market in 2008. A California emissions compliant version was released in 2009.

When did the Kawasaki Versys 650 get ABS brakes?

The 2013 model Versys 650 gained ABS brakes in North America, a feature the rest of the world got in 2012. This brings us to the rugged Italian island of Sicily for the press launch of the upgraded and significantly re-styled 2015 Kawasaki Versys 650 ABS and 650 LT sport/adventure motorcycles alongside their bigger brother, the Versys 1000 LT.

Are Kawasaki Versys 650 owners’reviews good?

Our Kawasaki Versys 650 owners’ reviews are glowing for the most part. One owner had an ECU replaced under warranty, but that appears to be an isolate incident. The Versys 650 is now better value than ever. It’s more versatile and can be used for everything from popping to the shops to travelling across Europe.

What is the difference between the Versys 650 ABS and Lt?

Both the Versys 650 ABS and the LT tested here have received a stronger rear subframe that can support more weight. It was designed to easily integrate optional single-key Kawasaki Quick Release (KQR) hard bags which – along with handguards – are standard on the new 650 LT model.

Does the 2015 Versys have ABS?

All 2015 Versys models are equipped with standard ABS which works nicely in front but may be a little too intrusive and even a little clunky feeling in the rear, which uses a new caliper and larger 250mm rear rotor. Kawasaki is getting its design money’s worth out of these Ninja 1000 KQR bags, which are now showing-up on several of their models.