KAWASAKI Versys Tourer 2011 - 2012
KAWASAKI Versys Tourer (2011 - 2012) Description & History: The 2011 Kawasaki Versys Tourer might be just the bike you were looking for, in care you're quite fond of longer trips on your bike. With a sportive attitude while on the city roads, the Versys Tourer can also provide a lot of fun on unpaved roads, especially if you shoe it with dual-sport tires.
You get a 3-way adjustable vario windscreen for enhanced protection at any speed, while the custom resin gel protectors defend the rear and sides of the tank against occasional scratches. Aluminium-reinforced hand guards and a comfortable redesigned rider and passenger seat will have the ones riding the Versys Tourer smiling even after long hours on two wheels.
Dual 35 L (1.22 cf) panniers with color-matched panels offer the much needed storage for longer trips, solo, or with your significant other. As for the engine, the 2011 Versys Tourer sports the same 649cc, 64 hp parallel-twin power unit which has made so many people love this bike.
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