Is the Kawasaki Versys reliable?

Is the Kawasaki Versys reliable?

The Versys 650 is a fun bike for the ‘real world’. On the twisty roads it handles very well. The bike gives you a lot of confidence. The ride quality is great….

Summary of owners’ reviews
Reliability & build quality: 4.8 out of 5 (4.8/5)
Value vs rivals: 4.4 out of 5 (4.4/5)
Equipment: 4.4 out of 5 (4.4/5)

Is the Versys comfortable?

That said, the Versys offers unbeatable value for someone looking for a supremely comfortable and fast road-biased touring motorcycle.

Is the Kawasaki Versys good for beginners?

The Versys would be a good first bike for you IF you feel comfortable on it & it fits you. A 650 is not too much bike. We have a few members who bought the Versys as a first bike (if memory serves).

What’s the top speed of a Kawasaki Versys?

157.79 kmph
Kawasaki Versys 650 BS4 has a top speed of 157.79 kmph.

Is the Versys 1000 top heavy?

Fully loaded, the Versys did feel top-heavy to me as the rider; having Helen on the back as well as our luggage took a little getting used to – there was 13.68kg in the top box (yes, that’s more than you’re meant to have), and a total of 15.58kg in the panniers.

Is Versys a good adventure bike?

The Kawasaki Versys is more of an Adventure “Styled” Bike than a true Adventure Bike. The bike has a comfortable upright riding position and stepped seat that works well for 2-up riding. The charismatic twin-cylinder engine offers good power and smooth operation on the highway.

Is Kawasaki Versys 650 good for touring?

I can tell you that versys is one of the best touring bike currently available in market at this price band. If someone is looking for a good tourer for road use then versys is the best bet and if you are looking for bit of off-road then v-storm 650 looks better.

How fast is Versys 650?

Kawasaki Versys 650 mileage is 18-20 kmpl (approximate). In terms of performance, the 650cc adventure motorcycle can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in around 4.2 seconds. Kawasaki Versys 650 top speed is 200 kmph (approximate).

How much horsepower does a Versys 300 have?

40 HP
Powered by a 296cc DOHC liquid cooled parallel twin, the Versys-X 300 produces 40 HP and 19 lb-ft of torque. While that may not sound like much, the entire bike weighs only 386 lbs wet.

Is a Versys 650 fast?

Engine. The Kawasaki Versys’ parallel twin is stolen from Kawasaki’s popular ER-6. But Kawasaki has tweaked the motor, it has more torque but less top end power. Still expect top speed around the 125mph mark and there’s more then enough low down on the Kawasaki Versys to have fun with.

Is a Versys 1000 good for touring?

The level of protection on offer from the huge adjustable screen is mega, with the handguards making the overall ride quite luxurious. With a massive 21L tank and possible 400km-plus fuel range, the Versys 1000 S is an excellent all-day touring option and 1000km days would be a breeze.

How much horsepower does a Kawasaki Versys 1000 have?

106.7 horsepower at 8500 rpm and 70.6 lb-ft torque at 7500 is almost exactly what our 2015 Versys 1000 made on the same dyno – except the new engine makes its hp peak 800 rpm sooner, which is nice.

Is a Versys a touring bike?

The Versys 650 is the flagship middleweight choice for best touring motorcycle, which has further enhanced its reputation as one of the best all-in-one road riding bikes.

Is Versys 1000 a good beginner bike?

Tipping the scales in excess of 500 pounds, the Versys 1000 is certainly not a beginner’s bike. Where it does shine, however, is in sheer performance and long-distance comfort. It gets a powerful 1,043cc inline four-cylinder engine with around 156 horsepower on tap.

Is the Versys 300 good on highway?

Kawasaki’s Versys-X 300 is well composed in both on and moderate off-road surfaces. On the highway, this means sustained cruising speeds of over 80 MPH where legally allowed to do so. Many of the roads we tested in Utah had 70+ MPH limits where the Versys-X 300 spent a lot of time bouncing off the red line.