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2012 Kawasaki Versys Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $7,490.00
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:3 ColorColor: Yellow/Black
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Livermore, California, US

Livermore, CA, US
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TypeType:Sportbike Stock NumberStock Number:A06821 PhonePhone:8666460468

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2012 Kawasaki Versys, 2012, Kawasaki, Versys Stk#A06821 3,667 miles, Yellow/Black, 650cc, Completely Stock $7,490 plus fees (925) 606-2050See at: Livermore Harley-Davidson 7576 Southfront Livermore, CA. 94551Posted by Dealer2012 Kawasaki VersysBuilt with All Your Adventures in MindQ. What is an excellent bike for commuting on the superslab, weekend jaunts over canyon roads or just overall riding fun? A: The Kawasaki Versys. Introduced to acclaim from both the motorcycling press and the public a few years ago, the Versys was named Motorcycle of the Year by Motorcyclist magazine and placed on numerous top 10 lists in enthusiast publications. This solidly built multi-purpose tool will have you searching for more reasons to ride and more roads to explore.FeaturesEngineThe Versys compact, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 649cc, parallel-twin engine was the perfect powerplant for this light and nimble do-anything bike right from the start: it s lively enough for advanced riders and predictable enough to inspire confidence in rank novices. The torquey twin delivers a deep ribbon of power in the lower and middle parts of its rev range, making the Versys a great commuter and relaxed traveling companion. 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.ChassisLong-travel high-tech suspension is critical to the 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. The bike s short, compact engine makes it possible to use a longer than average gull-wing swingarm to reduce throttle-induced suspension movement and excellent handling. 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.

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