2013 Kawasaki ER-6n Is A Neat City Beast [Photo Gallery]
The new frame is now lighter and thanks to its minimalist design, it shows more bike, for a more impressive look. The overall shape of the new ER-6n has become more compact, with a taller fuel tank following the line of the seat, while the headlight and front cowl have been also been shortened for a more vertical look.
The instrument panel has also received a revamping, being now even easier to read: the analog tachometer comes with a white backlight while the LCD screen sports a blue glow for the night. An Economical Riding light indicator has also been added for better fuel efficiency, along with the remaining range, average and instant fuel consumption.
Thanks to the 3-way catalytic converter inside the ER-6n's exhaust, the bike meets the strict Euro-III regulations. Better fuel admission is granted by the new ducts integrated with the frame tubes, while the engine was tuned to deliver sufficient torque for awesome fun even at mid-range rpm, for a pleasant, confident feel.
The 2013 Kawasaki ER-6n is one of the top-drawer choices for those in search of manageable power, mean looks and high-tech fun.
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