2023 Kawasaki Motorcycles All Models!
Kawasaki Motorcycles – Overview
Retro sport, naked style, cruiser model, adventure touring, and dual-sport motorcycle types, will be making a comeback, according to Kawasaki.
These 2023 motorcycles are scheduled to arrive at Kawasaki dealerships during the summer.
The Ninja 400, Ninja 1000SX, 400 ABS, Z H2, H2 SE, Z900RS/Z900RS Cafe, Z400 ABS, the Vulcan S, & Vulcan 900 lines, 1700 Voyager ABS, Versys-X300 and Versys-X300 ABS, and the KLR650 lineup are among the models covered by this news.
2023 Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX
With enhanced sport-touring capabilities, the Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX is back with its signature Ninja style and the power of a supersport combined with the feel of an upright sportbike.
The Kawasaki Traction Control, Kawasaki Intelligent Anti-lock Braking System (KIBS), Kawasaki Quick Shifter, 4.3-inch all-digital TFT color readout, and electronic cruise control are all included on the Ninja 1000SX.
RIDEOLOGY of Kawasaki THE APP includes rider aids, electronic cruise control & integrated riding modes that combine traction control/Power Modes and is compatible with the Ninja 1000SX.
Starting at $13,199, this 2023 model will be available in Emerald Blazed Green, Metallic Diablo Black, and Metallic Graphite Gray.
2023 Kawasaki Ninja 400 & Ninja 400 ABS
The 2023 Ninja 400 sport motorbike has the highest displacement in its category and is ideal for both experienced riders and newer riders wishing to upgrade from a smaller displacement bike.
The 399cc liquid-cooled parallel-Twin engine, slip/assist clutch, lightweight trellis frame, Uni-Trak rear suspension, 310mm semi-floating petal disc brake, 2-piston caliper, and 220mm petal disc brake are all elements of the 2023 Ninja 400.
The Ninja 400 is the best option for motorcyclists wishing to break into the sport-riding scene thanks to its low seat height (30.9 in. ), dual LED headlamps, and premium multifunction dash instrumentation.
Color options & Price
The Lime Green/Ebony colour choice of the Ninja 400 ABS KRT Edition has a starting price of $5,899.
For 2023, Pearl Blizzard White & Metallic Carbon Gray, Metallic Carbon Gray & Metallic Matte Carbon Gray, and Metallic Matte Twilight Blue/Metallic Magnetic Dark Gray are the colors offered for the Ninja 400 and the Ninja 400 ABS.
The Ninja 400 and 400 ABS each have a $5,299 starting price.
Starting at $5,499, the Ninja 400 KRT Edition sans ABS will be available in the same colour palette.
2023 Kawasaki Z H2 & Z H2 SE
The 2023 Z H2 is the top-of-the-line model in the Kawasaki Z family.
It has a balanced supercharged 998cc liquid-cooled inline-Four, a 6-speed dog-ring gearbox, a slip/assist clutch, a lightweight trellis frame, high-performance Showa suspension parts, and Brembo monoblock brake calipers.
The bike also features an IMU-based electronics package, LED lighting, electronic cruise control, integrated riding modes, all-digital TFT colour instrumentation, smartphone connectivity through RIDEOLOGY THE APP, and Kawasaki Quick Shifter (KQS), Kawasaki Launch Control Mode (KLCM), and Kawasaki Cornering Management Function (KCMF).
The Kawasaki Z H2 has an initial cost of $18,500 for 2023 and is available in Metallic Phantom Silver/Metallic Carbon Gray.
The Z H2 SE has all the same features as the Z H2 in addition to the Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension (KECS)/Skyhook EERA Technology, which adjusts to riding and road conditions in real-time and provides the ideal amount of damping by combining top-tier mechanical components with cutting-edge electronic control technology.
As a result, this suspension gives a smoother ride as it continuously adjusts to the road surface in real-time.
Brakes & Suspension
Brembo front brake master cylinder, Brembo Stylema monoblock brake calipers, & steel-braided lines will all be on the 2023 Z H2 SE’s braking system.
Starting at $20,700, the 2023 Z H2 SE will be available in Metallic Matte Graphenesteel Gray, Ebony, and Mirror Coated Black.
2023 Kawasaki Z900RS and Z900RS Cafe
Design and Engine Specs
A 948cc liquid-cooled inline-Four, a slip with assist clutch, a horizontal back-link rear suspension, proper retro aesthetics, an iconic teardrop fuel tank, a tuned stainless steel exhaust system, a circular LED headlight, and bullet-shaped analogue gauges are all included in the 2023 Z900RS and Z900RS Cafe.
The retro-sportbikes from Kawasaki Z900RS revive the traditional design of the first Z1 900 motorcycle.
Design, Price & Color options
Starting at $11,949 for 2023, the Z900RS is available in a Metallic Diablo Black / Metallic Imperial Red paint job. For $12,399, the Metallic Diablo Black Z900RS Cafe adds a cafe-racer design with a front cowl, a unique seat, and a drop handlebar.
2023 Kawasaki Z400 ABS
Engine & Design
The Kawasaki Z400 ABS naked sportbike has a 399cc slip/assist clutch, streetfighter styling, liquid-cooled parallel-Twin, a lightweight chassis, an upright riding position, and a low seat height (30.9 in. ), and standard ABS.
It is referred to in a 2018 Rider First Ride Review as a “Ninja 400 with a flat handlebar and no fairing.”
Price & Color options
Starting at $5,399, the Z400 ABS is offered for 2023, Metallic Spark Black, in Metallic Matte Graphenesteel Gray, Pearl Robotic White/Metallic Matte Graphenesteel Gray.
Starting at $5,399, the Z400 ABS is offered for 2023 in Pearl Robotic White/Metallic Matte Graphenesteel Gray, Metallic Matte Graphenesteel Gray, Metallic Spark Black, and Metallic Matte Graphenesteel Gray.
2023 Kawasaki Vulcan S, Vulcan S ABS, & Vulcan S Cafe
The Kawasaki Vulcan S sport cruisers are designed to fit a wide range of riders due to the bikes’ claimed initial curb weight of slightly under 492 lb and the unique Ergo-Fit sizing system, which offers 18 different handlebar, footpeg, and seat configuration options.
The 649cc liquid-cooled DOHC parallel-Twin engine and sportbike-inspired chassis and suspension are shared by both bikes.
In addition, the 2023 Vulcan S Cafe has a dark-coloured windshield deflector, distinctive tank badging, sport striping, and three-tone paint.
Price & Color options
The Vulcan S starts at $7,349 in a Metallic Flat Spark Black colourway for 2023, the Vulcan S ABS begins at $7,899 in Pearl Matte Sage Green / Metallic Flat Spark Black, and the Vulcan S Cafe starts at $8,099 in Pearl Storm Gray / Ebony.
2023 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic, Vulcan 900 Custom & Vulcan 900 Classic LT
The 903cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected V-Twin in each of the three 2023 Vulcan 900 cruiser versions is paired with a low seat height (26.8 in.).
The Vulcan 900 Classic has a 180mm rear tire, tank-mounted instruments, and rider footboards with a heel/toe shifter.
Leather saddlebags, a height-adjustable windscreen, and a studded seat with a standard passenger backrest are all included with the Vulcan 900 Classic LT.
The Vulcan 900 Distinctive has a low centre of gravity for ease of handling, broad drag bars and forward-mounted footpegs, custom style with a teardrop tank, parallel slash-cut pipes, and pinstripe wheels.
Cost & Color options
The Vulcan 900 Classic is priced at $8,999 for 2023 and is offered in Metallic Spark Black/Metallic Magnesium Gray. With a 24-month limited warranty, Pearl Storm Gray/Ebony is the starting price for the Vulcan 900 Classic LT, while Pearl Matte Sage Green/Flat Ebony is the starting price for the Vulcan 900 Custom.
2023 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager ABS
Engine Specs & Features
The 1,700cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, transverse 52-degree V-Twin, Kawasaki Advanced Coactive-braking Technology (K-ACT II) ABS, throttle-by-wire, and electronic cruise control are all included in the 2023 Vulcan 1700 Voyager ABS touring cruiser.
The bike has integrated baggage, an audio system compatible with intercom headsets, and a fairing mounted on the frame.
Price & Color options
The Vulcan 1700 Voyager is offered for 2023, starting at $19,299 in Pearl Storm Gray/Ebony.
2023 Kawasaki Versys-X 300 and Versys-X300 ABS
Design & Engine
The Kawasaki Versys-X 300 is a quick, light motorcycle that may be used for commuting or touring.
It has a small, liquid-cooled DOHC Twin engine adapted from the Ninja.
A front cowling with a tall windscreen, a rear carrier, a lightweight chassis, long-travel suspension, and a low seat height (32.1 in.) are all Versys-X 300.
Price & Color options
Starting at $5,899 for the ABS model of the 2023 Versys-X 300 and Pearl Matte Sage Green / Metallic Matte Carbon Gray, respectively, are both possible options.
2023 Kawasaki KLR650 and KLR650 ABS
Engine Specs & Design
The KLR650 features a 652cc liquid-cooled Single enclosed in a double-cradle frame that has recently undergone revision.
The bike underwent an overhaul in 2022 that included new, improved ergonomics, bodywork, a taller, two-position adjustable windscreen, a larger aluminum rear carrier, a generator with a larger capacity, and an LED headlamp.
In addition, it has an optional ABS, all-digital multifunction instruments, and 7.9 inches of front and 7.3 inches of rear travel.
Price & Color options
Starting at $6,899, the 2023 KLR650 is offered in three colorways: Pearl Storm Gray, Pearl Solar Yellow, and Candy Lime Green.
Starting at $7,199, the KLR650 ABS is available in Pearl Storm Gray.
2023 Kawasaki KLR650 Adventure & KLR650 Adventure ABS
The KLR650 Adventure variant is based on the basic KLR650 chassis and created for riders seeking more convenience and carrying capacity.
It has LED auxiliary lights, engine guards, a tank pad, factory-installed side cases, a DC power outlet, and a USB port. It is offered with or without ABS.
Color & Price
Cypher Camo Gray’s pricing for the 2023 KLR650 Adventure starts at $7,899, while pricing for the KLR650 Adventure ABS starts at $8,199.
2023 Kawasaki KLR650 Traveler ABS
The KLR650 Traveler model includes all the same features as the standard KLR650, in addition to a top case that is pre-installed, a DC power outlet, and a USB port. In addition, it has ABS as a standard.
Color & Price
Pearl Solar Yellow pricing for the KLR650 Traveler ABS starts at $7,599.