With numerous updates last year, the 2011 Kawasaki Versys motorcycle, is still affordable and ready to let the good time roll.
The Kawasaki 649cc parallel-twin engine with digital fuel injection has a powerband that wins over skeptics who doubt that a middleweight can produce right amount of power.
Naturally, such a versatile motorcycle comes with an adjustable windscreen, while its aggressive styling shows off the Versys dynamic versatility.
Its surprising genius becomes readily apparent once the roads turn twisty, because despite its comfort and civility, the fun-to-ride Versys also offers genuine sportbike handling and excellent fuel economy. With its big, 5-gallon fuel tank you can go a long way between fill-ups.
Long-travel high-tech suspension is critical to the 2011 Kawasaki Versys multi-role mission.
A Showa rear shock with two-stage damping firms up progressively as the wheel moves through its stroke, providing an initially plush ride that firms to near-sportbike levels as suspension loads escalate.
A dual-sport-inspired, adjustable 41mm tapered-tube inverted fork soaks up bumps big and small, and like the rear end, firms up nicely as the pace increases.
The Versys cockpit provides a mostly upright, natural seating position and features a stepped seat constructed to provide optimum comfort for both motorcycle rider and passenger.
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