- Brilliant all-rounder
- Hooligan handling
- Excellent pricing
- Uninteresting Looks
- No ABS
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Kawasaki ER-6n Overview
The Kawasaki ER-6n targets the naked bike lovers of the country that wants usable power and responsive performance. Based on the Ninja 650, this one gets the same engine minus the fairing. The absence of fairing saves weight and the ER-6n becomes a nippy handling fun-to-ride everyday motorcycle. Kawasaki ER-6n looks much compact and displays a high-riding fuel-tank, split seats with a big grab rail and new headlamp. Build quality is impeccable and Kawasaki has priced it beautifully. It has mile munching capability combined with a comfortable seat for touring. The fantastic chassis and light weight helps it around twisting roads when ridden enthusiastically.
Kawasaki ER-6n Engine & Transmission
For a power-packed ride, Kawasaki ER-6n is served by a liquid-cooled, parallel twin engine with a displacement of 649cc. This robust DOHC engine scoops out a maximum power of 71.1bhp at 8,500rpm and peak torque of 64Nm at 7,000rpm. It is mated to a 6 speed transmission and a wet multi-disc, manual clutch system with easy action. There is a sealed chain final drive and forced, semi-dry up type lubrication system attached with the engine.
Kawasaki ER-6n Mileage
The peppy performance takes toll on the fuel efficiency and it ends up delivering 15kmpl in city. Highways though will return a higher 22-24kmpl.
Kawasaki ER-6n Performance and Handling
The performance of Kawasaki ER-6n is one of the key factors that makes it such an attractive proposition. Kawasaki has balanced the chassis beautifully between comfort and handling. Also the parallel twin engine display a different nature after 7,000rpm. It starts getting energetic and quick to respond,and the nippy chassis supports directional responses at high speeds. The top-speed is somewhere around 190kmph and the sprint to 100kmph takes a just about 4.5 seconds. For easy handling, it comes with a well-designed handlebar, enough ground clearance of 130mm and broad tyres allow it to be stable on bumpy roads and keep the pillion comfortable.