Motorcycle Buyers Guide — Kawasaki KLR600, KLR650, KLR650 Tengai

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Kawasaki KLR 600

Off-road or on, Kawasaki’s KLR650 provides the ultimate in adventure at a value. It’s no wonder so many riders have this dual-purpose bike for transcontinental rides.

Designed both street and dirt in mind, the large-displacement KLR more meets adventure-touring requirements, to an engine that cruises at highway speeds, an ample and padded seat for extended time, a large 6.1-gallon tank, handguards, and a mini to help block the wind.

The get-up-and-go comes courtesy of a dual overhead cam, liquid-cooled 651cc engine. The provides a wide range of equally suitable for negotiating trails and cruising at a more highway pace. An engine counterbalancer and electric starter additional rider comfort and

The KLR650’s frame is made of high-tensile steel, the same yet lightweight material used to Kawasaki’s world-class KX motocross A detachable rear sub-frame simplifies maintenance by providing access to the airbox, carburetor and shock. Adjustable, long-travel ensures a plush ride on pavement and trails.

A U.S. Forestry Service-approved arrestor provides access to any Service road open to vehicles, while a sturdy guard protects the cases loose rocks and gravel. an optional Kawasaki tank bag and luggage on the large standard rack, KLR650 owners can enough gear for an extended to any remote location.

— 4-… DOHC engine a set of twin counter-rotating engine for a smoother ride.

— smaller valves instead of two valves mean more area for improved engine and strong low speed engine

— Advanced liquid-cooling with electric cooling fan the KLR650 a great long-distance touring mount.

— Reliable electric handlebar mounted choke and Kawasaki Automatic Compression (KACR) system make the easy to start, hot or cold.

Capacitor Discharge Ignition electric advance delivers a hot and worry-free operation.

— 5-gallon fuel tank the KLR650 an extended touring for more adventures on or off the pavement.

5-speed transmission takes of the engine’s broad torque

— For added long-distance comfort, there’s a frame-mounted Handguards help deflect the An extra-tall windshield is an available item for even greater

— A semi-double cradle steel frame with rear sub-frame for easier to the rear shock and airbox.

With a 21-inch front and rear wheel, there’s a selection of tires for you to choose from more dirt to street orientations.

— Long-travel front delivers over 9 inches of wheel travel.

— Bottom-Link UNI-TRAK® system progressive rear suspension and helps lower center of 5-way spring preload and rebound damping adjustment for tuning the ride.

— instrumentation includes a large tachometer and temperature gauge. lamps are conveniently located the speedometer.

— Powerful rear disc brake a drilled rotor for consistent performance.

Kawasaki KLR 600
Kawasaki KLR 600

— Plush is complemented by roomy ergonomics, footpegs and wide handlebars.

Large aluminum rear rack with broad surface makes for extra

— Kawasaki offers a range of available accessory From saddlebags and tank bag clear map pocket to a custom-fitted touring bag.

Whether it’s cruising the streets, the open highway or unpaved outback, the Kawasaki does it all. Designed for street and off-road riding, the adds adventure touring to its with a large-displacement engine comfortably cruises at highway a specially-padded wide seat for saddle time, a large fuel tank, handguards, and a fairing to help block the from the wind. And when you add the accessory soft luggage, the KLR is for some real adventure. Kawasaki


MBG Says: (Rating 8/10) Browse a showroom and you will see that for $6,000cdn you can’t buy much of close to a real motorcycle. But you can buy a big KLR besides being a dual-purpose, is a streetbike, competent and reasonably If is often, expecially because of its value that buyers to buy it not because they particularly the style.

And why not?

UMG Says: Early had troublesome engines but later okay. Restrained styling for kind of thing. Off-road use going due to the mass. Heavy on pads and exhaust.

Look for suspension wear, top end rattles and clutch or gearbox. Poor for touring.

IGM Says (Best Best first bike): bike is the best streetbike of all the big dual sports. You might not to take it up a horse trail the Rocky Mountains, but it works well on unpaved roads and logging trails and fire Plus, it costs less Honda’s XR650.

IGM Says KLR650, KL650-B2 Tengai/KLX650): Not has changed in the KLR line since the 600 appeared in 1984, which is a thing, since it’s a good basic motorcycle. The is a funky rally-style version, and the KLX is a off-road-worthy machine. All make first bikes.

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