Kawasaki Ninja 650R/ER-6f Review 2011 Moto Compare — The Motorcycle…

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650R/ER-6f Review

Lets the Kawasaki 650R / ER-6f in detail….

Looks, Comfort

Over recent years styling has taken a more style, using a sharp touch with attractive angles. The 2011 650R / is pretty much identical in to the 2010 version with new options for colours (options: Burnt Orange / Flat Black, Metallic Spark / Flat Super Black). The / ER-6f’s tall fuel adds to the bike’s crouching, appearance, with the aggressive and tail completing the look.

a beautiful bike.

The 650R / has full fairing, which increases aerodynamics over the version (ER-6n), combined a lip at the top of the windscreen that deflects air from the rider, along a duct in the center of the cowling creates an “air bubble ” significantly reduces wind and at high speeds, and a long fender/guard reduces splash to a The compact engine, an offset shock allowing the battery to be on the side, reduces the dimensions of the bike allowing for a slim and make it easy for even riders to plant their firmly on the ground.

A rubber engine mount, and mounted handlebars, rubber rider and passenger footpegs all vibration felt by the rider comfort and reducing fatigue on rides. All these measures are very effective in giving the a more comfortable riding

Great Instrument Display However Sometimes Hard to see on Sunny Days

The 650R / is designed to be a regularly used sportbike, ideal for longer commuting and nipping around and cities. Now we all agree the bike is but in order to be used everyday in all the bike needs to be practical.

Luckily Kawasaki have simple measures which life a little easier; options include four hooks for baggage or a spare to be secured to the seat and a storage under the seat with for a U-lock or similar device. The inspired digital instruments are and clean offering immediate and information; includes a fuel digital speedometer, clock, dual trip meters and a digital tachometer.

The Ninja / ER-6f proves a performance can be a very comfortable and practical great for both long and short journeys, and putting a smile on your face.

If you are over 6’2″ the bike may slightly small, but our testers found this to be an issue.

and Running Costs

650R / Fuel Economy: around 40 mpg for aggressive runs, closer to 50 mpg on average journeys

Miles to a tank: 130 – 200 miles on how much you wring its neck

have always done on the reliability front, they to find an engine and mechanical that are solid, work and rarely break-down. The 650R / is no different, utilising a well and robust engine that can run thousands of road miles just regular services. The economy is also pretty good, while not in the same as a 250, easily matches any bike at this level and better than most

Good fuel economy and the to beat all but the very best cars, what a package.

liquid-cooled, DOHC, eight-valve engine

2011 Ninja Torque: 66 Nm (6.73 kg-m) @ rp

Kawasaki ER-6f

2011 Ninja 650R / Power: 72.06 HP (53 kW) @ 8500 rpm

2011 Ninja 650R / Top Speed: Measured 137.32 mph kph)

2011 Ninja / ER-6f 0-60 mph: our tests show 3.7 – 4.2 secs on rider weight, size and

2011 Ninja 650R / 1/4 mile: tbc, our tests 12.0 – 12.8 secs

At the of the Kawasaki 650R / ER-6f is excellent 649cc liquid-cooled, eight-valve fuel-injected engine. The fuel injection system low end performance and bottom end torque, coupled with the proven cylinder engine, delivers responsive performance, especially in the low to rpm range. The 650R / ER-6f (data above) gives than ample power to any traffic without straining the at all.

The bike really for a 650, nowhere near a of course – its not meant to, but still a great experience for the intermediate and still fun for the more advanced.

The measures Kawasaki have ensure the Ninja 650R / delivers power in a user-friendly we experienced no throttle jerks or only a smooth but powerful response. Perfectly suited for the intermediate market.

Note: have routed the coolant through the engine cases to the number of external hoses to the coolants system. Simplifying is good, usually translates a an easier/simpler replacement or fix when go wrong.

Kawasaki have the 650R / ER-6f with a durable and lightweight steel frame, a long swingarm and a wheelbase (the swingarm has a cross section for strength and a 41mm fork and preload-adjustable shock designed to create and nimble handling that safe and planted.

Kawasaki seem to combine the right of design with the appropriate to provide great and easy machines, especially confidence for new to intermediate riders and much by more advanced riders. The new / ER-6f is no different; being easy to handle, a new rider have little trouble side-to-side into the corners, confidence and predictability after a short time on the bike.

The Ninja 650R / ER-6f planted, balanced, nimble and the rider confidence. Perfect for the beginner market.

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