25 August 2016 Gear up for new 66-registrations

With the debut of the new 66-plate registrations prefix on 1 September, it gives Kawasaki customers even more reason to buy the machine of their dreams – with 59 models in the range, including model variations, there’s something for everyone.
Here are just three of the models available:
A1 licence compliant - J125
The J125 joined the J300 in the scooter line-up in 2015, an exciting entry for Kawasaki into the popular 125cc scooter market and A1 riding licence category. Priced at £3799, it shares a number of features with the J300 including: ABS braking, automatic under-seat courtesy light, shutter style security ignition and 12V charger socket. Perfect for those wanting to commute on two wheels.
A2 licence compliant - ER6-f 
Priced at £6049, the ER-6f benefits from a narrow profile, deeply padded seat and sporty handling. It’s powered by a liquid-cooled, four-stroke parallel twin 649cc engine. It features an economical riding indicator and has a compact, quick-revving engine with stronger low-mid range with increased torque in the everyday range below 7000rpm.
A licence - Ninja ZX-10R
Developed in conjunction with the Kawasaki Racing Team and the Kawasaki factory in Japan, the bike benefits from the input of two Kawasaki superbike champions – Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes. Improving on an already world-class machine, the new Ninja ZX-10R features a whole host of new innovations in terms of chassis, engine and electronic upgrades. Featuring Brembo M50 monobloc brake calipers and WSBK Showa front forks, the new machine is not only a formidable track day weapon, but a road riders dream.
Prices start at £13,649 for the standard edition with the show-stopping KRT Replica priced at £150 more. 
With a number of retail promotions available on the range, it’s even easier for customers to choose a package that suits them. Visit www.kawasaki.co.uk for more information or to locate your nearest dealer.