Good news for motorcycle enthusiasts and especially Kawasaki loyalists! The soon to be launched Kawasaki Versys 1000 MY2020 can now be booked at a down payment of Rs. 1,50,000.
Kawasaki India today announced that the new Kawasaki Versys 1000 will be introduced in India in 2019. Pre-bookings have commenced from today onwards and deliveries of the new Kawasaki Versys 1000 MY2020 will be made after April 2019.
The new Kawasaki motorcycle will be powered by a 1043cc inline four-cylinder liquid cooled motor that churns 120 hp of max power and 102 Nm of peak torque. The engine will be complemented with Electronic Throttle Valves and Electronic Cruise Control.
The new Kawasaki bike will offer a better riding position, comfortable seat and overall experience than its predecessor. Plus, an adjustable windscreen for better wind protection, the ride height and better positioning of handlebars and footpegs will help experience better upright riding posture.
Kawasaki India is gearing up to sell the newly introduced Kawasaki Versys 1000 in India. Initially to be assembled at the Kawasaki facility in Chakan will be a standard model.
Moreover, Kawasaki Traction Control system will be available in three modes providing a broad range of ride conditions with excellent performance on slippery surfaces. From the safety perspective, the new Kawasaki bike gets ABS as standard and Kawasaki Intelligent ABS.
The MY2020 Kawasaki Versys 1000 comes with great features such as an analog tachometer with fully digital LED screen and twin LED headlights. It also gets a clock, digital speedometer, economical riding indicator, IMU indicator, information regarding trip meter, odometer and fuel gauge, current and average fuel consumption and bank angle display besides bank angle recording function, coolant temperature, intake air temperature and standard gear position indicator.
India Kawasaki Motors have been receiving an overwhelming feedback and response from customers following the announcement. For which the credit goes to the fact that their strategy lies in the aggressive pricing of CKD products in India.