The Team Green continues to follow the no-nonsense approach in 2022, everything is about sports, track, dirt and adventures. Therefore, all of the newcomers keep raising the performance bar becoming even more tech advanced and powerful. Today we will acquaint you with all of the Kawasaki upgrades in the upcoming model year covering motorbikes and other sport vehicles from the Japanese Brand.
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List of all bikes that were shown in this #ATmotorcycles video release:
00:35 Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE
Besides some minor cosmetic tweaks to the headlight and exhaust, the Kawasaki H2 SX SE gets revised cam timing and tramission, plus seriously improves its touring capabilities with high-tech electronics.
01:53 Kawasaki Versys 650 & 650 LT
The 2022 overhaul does not introduce mechanical changes, but brings a host of technical updates for the Versys 650 family. The adventure bikes come equipped with all-LED lighting, including new headlamps, 4.3-inch full-color TFT instrumentation, and traction control.
03:00 Kawasaki Z650RS
After Z900RS and Z900RS Café became smashing hits in the neo-retro class of motorbikes, Kawasaki chose to expand the lineup with a middle weight Kawasaki Z650RS 2022 that shares the platform with the Z650 naked.
04:13 Kawasaki Z900 SE
Based on the Z900 superbike, the new SE is advertised as its performance edition, and it has all of the features to support this claim. The model packs the usual 41mm inverted front fork, now with full adjustability, aluminum-body Öhlins S46 shock, and Brembo brakes.
05:23 Kawasaki KLX300
2022 Kawasaki KLX300 refines its competitive advantages in 2021. Offering the biggest-in-class engine displacement, the updated KLX300 derives propulsion from a 292cc single-cylinder engine which now has a 6-mm larger bore than the previous model.
06:40 Kawasaki KLR 650
After skipping a couple of years, the KLR650 dual sport returns as a 3rd generation model, built on a new, beefed-up frame with a longer swingarm and a 5-clicks preload adjustable rear shock.
07:50 Kawasaki Limited Edition KX450SR
In 2022, the Japanese manufacturer offers its flagship FX450 motocross bike in a Special Racer version, that is not limited in numbers and is equipped with elite-level components right out from the box.
08:57 Kawasaki ZX-10R and RR
2021 Kawasaki ZX-10R and RR offer new bodywork, revised engine internals, and more advanced electronic aids. The ZX-10RR is limited to 500 units worldwide, and is enhanced with additional performance tweaks.
10:10 Kawasaki KX112
Replacing the outgoing KX100, the new KX112 model is the Kawasaki’s most affordable solution for riders wanting to switch from mini bikes to full-size motocross racing machines.
11:07 Kawasaki KX250 & KX450
2022 Kawasaki KX250 & KX450 share the same slim aluminum perimeter frame, but still get their own, individual suspensions, KYB for KX250 and Showa for KX450. Both benefit from an all-new Belleville washer spring hydraulic clutch, while the 250 offers a revised 250cc engine with increased peak power.