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2009 Kawasaki Klr 650 Dual Sport on 2040-motos

US $3,497.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:6
Location:

Kalamazoo, Michigan, US

Kalamazoo, MI, US
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Kawasaki KLR tech info

TypeType:Dual Sport Stock NumberStock Number:9DA25766 PhonePhone:8886614995

Kawasaki KLR description

2009 Kawasaki KLR 650, Exploring has never been less stressful, or so comfortableWhether your path takes you through urban chaos, mountain serenity or desert enchantment, the Kawasaki KLR 650 motorcycle is the platform world travelers have chosen for over 21 years. With its legendary reliability, long distance fuel efficiency, usable performance and startlingly low price tag, the Kawasaki KLR650 is simply a smart choice for today s rider. The rugged and proven 651cc motor is the foundation of the KLR650 s globetrotting prowess. An all-around performer, the single-cylinder four-stroke engine provides quick throttle response and healthy low-end grunt ideal for tight trails or dealing with traffic snarls. Equally impressive, the KLR s composure at highway speeds makes long distance travel a pleasure.Matching the engine s abilities every step of the way is the KLR650 s suspension. The 41mm fork with 7.9 inches of suspension travel up front and UNI-TRAK linkage system with 7.3 inches of wheel travel in the rear combine to make the KLR650 a fun, functional commuter during the week and an adept back road blaster on weekends. Braking duties are handled by a dual-piston caliper gripping a 280mm petal-style disc at the front and a 240mm petal-style disc squeezed by a single-piston caliper at the rear. This suspension and brake package boosts the KLR650 s on-road performance, without diminishing its versatile off-road capabilities. Helping make the KLR650 a worthy touring companion is an expansive, saddlebag-friendly, rear luggage rack that can be fitted with a tail trunk. A large 6.1-gallon fuel tank and exemplary fuel economy mean the KLR650 can cover an amazing amount of ground between fill-ups. That fuel range can translate into a long day in the saddle, so good wind protection is a must. This important job is handled by the frame-mounted bodywork, which includes a tall windscreen and large shrouds. Rider comfort is enhanced further by the seat design and plush urethane foam. A high-capacity 36W alternator pumps out enough juice for a high-output headlight and has the extra capacity to power the add-on electronic gadgets no touring rider can live without. The KLR650 s competent on-road performance continues once the pavement stops. A tough engine guard keeps loose rocks and gravel at bay while its U.S. Forest Service-approved spark arrestor grants the KLR650 access to any terrain open to licensed vehicles. Add the optional Kawasaki tank and saddle bags and you have a recipe for long-distance exploration, beckoning KLR650 owners to enjoy on and off-road adventures.

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