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Expert Reviews on Kawasaki Bikes

  • Kawasaki Vulcan S First Ride Review

    Kawasaki Vulcan S First Ride Review

    According to Kawasaki, the Vulcan S isn't your average cruiser. And, if I were to quote the Japanese bike maker verbatim, 'It doesn't require the rider to conform to any herd mentality fashion or lifestyle.'

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  • Benelli 302R vs Kawasaki Ninja 300: Comparison Test Review

    Benelli 302R vs Kawasaki Ninja 300: Comparison Test Review

    We should have compared these two motorcycles a while ago. The Benelli 302R and the Kawasaki Ninja 300 are, after all, most compared against each other. But, the Kawasaki press bike wasn’t available in BS-IV form for the longest time. And, when it was, we were bombarded with other new motorcycles and scooters, which pushed the 302 vs 300 test right to the back of the line.

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  • Kawasaki Ninja 300 First Ride Review

    Kawasaki Ninja 300 First Ride Review

    Jack of all trades. 

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  • Kawasaki Z650 First Ride

    Kawasaki Z650 First Ride

    This, the Kawasaki Z650, is the non-fared, cheaper and a lighter version of the bike we quite liked - the Ninja 650.

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  • Kawasaki Z900 first ride review

    Kawasaki Z900 first ride review

    This is the most economical way to get that four-cylinder hum from Team Green in this market. It isn’t merely an evolution of the Z800; it is a new motorcycle. How far does it raise the bar?

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  • 2017 Kawasaki Ninja 650 First Ride Review

    2017 Kawasaki Ninja 650 First Ride Review

    The Ninja 650 has some major changes for 2017. How much better is it now?

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  • Kawasaki KLX110 First Ride Review

    Kawasaki KLX110 First Ride Review

    Launched over a year ago, the Kawasaki KLX110 is a compact dirt bike for kids.  The KLX110 in principle is a stepping stone for a young rider’s first experience in the dirt, to get him acquainted with the basic concepts of riding. It also doubles as a fun minimoto for adults for a quick bash around the backyard...

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  • Kawasaki KLX140G First Ride Review

    Kawasaki KLX140G First Ride Review

    A mid-sized dirt bike for first-time riders, the Kawasaki KLX140G is built around a simple four-stroke engine with a chassis and suspension setup that can make even an amateur feel like a professional motocross rider. The price tag might raise a few eyebrows, but take a closer look at the rest of the Kawasaki’s off-road range and the KLX140G actually sounds like a bargain!

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  • Kawasaki KX100 First Ride Review

    Kawasaki KX100 First Ride Review

    The Kawasaki KX100 like its elder sibling – the KX250F, which we reviewed a few days back (read here) – is a non-road legal, pricey and competition-only motocross machine. But, it is also smaller, lighter, cheaper and less powerful compared to the 250F. Which means, the KX100 logically should also be more manageable, easier to exploit and a lot less intimidating than the 250. It is, after all, marketed as the ‘competition-bike’ for young champions. And by ‘young’ Kawasaki means teenagers.

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  • Kawasaki KX250F First Ride Review

    Kawasaki KX250F First Ride Review

    Well, for starters, it’s not a bike that you can simply get on and ride to bring home groceries, take your girl out, or go weekend riding with. At least, on the road. This, the Kawasaki KX 250F, is a ‘competition-only’ machine. And that means it isn’t homologated for road use. But, you’d have guessed that given that it doesn’t get headlamps, indicators, instrumentation, and of course, a saree guard.

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