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Kawasaki ER-6n ABS


24 giugno | Reviews | I Dainese Me

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Kawasaki’s little and ER-6f are urban twins, apart by one’s nakedness and the stylish bodywork. There an awful lot wrong with bikes in the first place, but are keen to keep both and have tweaked them to the current economic climate.

icy out there. The credit crunch has many businesses and forced to readdress their methods of in an attempt to save some need cash. These have been reasonably since their introduction for the year of 2006.

But for 2009, the have decided to keep the to buyers competitive, while us a little more for our money. So year’s bikes have but effective improvements.

ER-6f is an unpretentious, capable Aside from the obvious of a fairing, it also has different to its bare brother’s to allow for weight over the front. riding both bikes to back as I did, it seemed heavier on the steering than its counterpart but no more than expect and certainly, in isolation, the can provide a relatively rewarding, and protected ride.

The styling’s bought up to date with a sharper look. Ninja headlights, a Moto GP styled and a taller tank amongst changes make the ER-6f neater and definitely more for image conscious youngsters. Or But although both are relatively models, I found the close between the low 790 seat height and cramped my style, and legs.

But for the majority of riders considering models, I suspect the fit will be ideal.

The parallel twin that powers these has been accused of being in the past. Rubber mounts and now cushion the effects of the engine on the handlebars and footrests and the reduced feel like part of the expected character rather something that will become irritating. During my ride around Bedfordshire, I was by the smoothness of the engine and tractability of the delivery.

There’s nothing or unpleasant about either just a reliable performance in all that’s bound to encourage and nurture their biking And at the other end of the spectrum, you can push for an involving ride and never like you’re just to open Pandora ’s It’s all good, as the ER-6n

Somehow, I’d found chasing a 197bhp V-Max a bumpy country lane, ridden within an inch of its by a copper. I know, don’t The thing is, as I watched his bike under the pressure and firing of corners like an oversized my little Kawa stuck to his like a strip of persistent

Its light agility and ample clearance makes a mockery of bends, and when the going tough, the suspension feels plush. It’s this of riding which impressed me so especially when in hot pursuit of the

Of course, there’s no way I could his acceleration, but I didn’t really to. The smooth midrange has a confident which revs freely and to at least 9,000 rpm. plenty of torque too, is ideal for rolling the throttle on and off for bends, while keeping punch on tap for determined acceleration.

get me wrong, you won’t break the barrier, but you can carry good speed and hit the speed limits plenty in reserve for nifty What’s more, it feels fun and you don’t have to risk a term to get your kicks.

If you do on riding like you’ve been stung in the …, it be wise to bring your markers forward a tad. The are adequate for both bikes normal conditions, but I took the for a brief outing on track at Autodrome. As I grabbed the lever to speed for a fast right I had to check if I’d accidently the throttle on again with my

Kawasaki ER-6n ABS

There’s little engine which is beneficial for inexperienced chopping down the gearbox in a and on the road, the anchors seem Just don’t expect too from them. ABS in an optional

Both bikes have minor but apparently significant to the engine and frame which be overlooked on paper. On road and in the ER-6f and ER-6n are still competitive in a genre that’s an updated Yamaha XJ6 Diversion and a new Suzuki’s Gladius. We’re spoilt for choice.

Tech Box

Model £5,075 / ABS Kawasaki ER-6F

Engine liquid cooled parallel

Power 71bhp @ 8,500rpm

49lb.ft @ 7,000 rpm

Transmission six

Kerb Weight 204kg 208kg)

Kawasaki ER-6n ABS

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