On any street, the VERSYS 1000 offers maximum riding enjoyment. The highly responsive in-line four engine combined with a nimble chassis delivers sport performance in the most comfortable of settings. A weekend solo scratch, the daily commute, the long distance tour; solo or two-up the VERSYS 1000 will handle all that you can throw at it. The upright seating position, range of genuine accessories and and engine that loves to perform make the VERSYS 1000 the ideal city bike that comes alive on the twisty roads.
Change your view and ride the Kawasaki VERSYS 1000; comfort and performance.
ø310mm front petal discs gripped by opposed 4-piston calipers deliver stronger stopping power with good brake touch and feel.
True to the VERYS 1000’s envisioned riding environment, ABS settings facillitate controlled braking in a variety of street riding situations.
Race-inspired clutch technology offers a back-torque limiting function as well as a light feel at the lever.
Assist & Slipper Clutch was developed based on feedback from racing activities. The clutch uses two types of cams (an assist cam and a slipper cam).
A narrow construction that is easy to grip with your knees. Lighweight and highly rigid, the frame configuration adds to the handling, offering a firm, planted feel, good stability and light, nimble turning.
Substantial payload of 220kg. A rear carrier (6kg capacity) is fitted as standard equipment.
Tough-design multi-function instrumentation; analogue style tachometer and LCD with speedometer, fuel gauge, odometer, clock, dual trip meters, current and average fuel consumption, remaining range, and external air temperature.
21 litre fuel tank adds to the touring abilities of the 2017 Versys 1000. With engine and transmission settings (calculated) range on one tank could be 400km. New design fuel guage inside the fuel tank enable a very precise estimation of the remaining range.
Traction control technology which helps maintain optimum traction in sport riding situations by predicting the rear wheel slip ratio during acceleration.
Power modes offer riders an easily selectable choice between Full and Low Power. While Full Power is unrestricted, in Low Power mode maximum power is limited to approximately 75-80% of Full