The 2020 Kawasaki Lineup Is Here


KLX 230

Say Hello Your Choices for 2020

Kawasaki recently announced its full street lineup for 2020. The company has been teasing a new Kawasaki Z with a supercharger, but that bike doesn’t appear here. It will break covers soon though. We will keep you posted about that bike in the future.

The big news for the brand is the new Ninja 650. It has received updates, including a facelift and some new tech. There are some notable cuts. The Ninja 1000 is missing as is the Z650 and 900. There’s a chance those will come at a later date, though. Otherwise, it’s all carryovers. Oh, and of course, there’s no KLR 650—RIP.

Here’s the full rundown:

Hyperbike

  • Ninja H2 SX SE+
  • Ninja H2 and Ninja H2 Carbon
  • Ninja H2 R

Supersport

  • Ninja ZX-6R and Ninja ZX-6R KRT Edition
  • Ninja ZX-10R and Ninja ZX-10RR
  • Ninja ZX-14R

Sport

  • Ninja 400 and Ninja 400 KRT Edition
  • Ninja 650 and Ninja 650 KRT Edition

Mini Naked

  • Z125 Pro

Supernaked

  • Z400

Retro Sport

  • Z900RS
  • Z900RS Cafe

Adventure Touring

  • Versys-X 300
  • Versys 650 and Versys 650 LT
  • Versys 1000 LT

Retro Classic

  • W800 Cafe

Supersport Touring

  • Concourse 14

Sport Cruiser

  • Vulcan S
  • Vulcan S Cafe

Classic Cruiser

  • Vulcan 900 Classic
  • Vulcan 900 Classic LT
  • Vulcan 900 Custom

Bagger Cruiser

  • Vulcan 1700 Vaquero

Touring Cruiser

  • Vulcan 1700 Voyager

On/Off-Road

  • KLX230
  • KLX 250

Overall not a bad lineup. I’m not freaking out or anything, but I might be when that new supercharged bike comes out.

4 Comments

  1. Avatar
    darren-p
    October 9, 2019
    Reply

    what about the 60 bhp ninja 250?

    dubious yet hopeful for a return to lightweight fun

  2. Avatar
    Frank
    October 9, 2019
    Reply

    Lots of
    BOLD!
    NEW!
    GRAPHICS!

  3. Avatar
    Robert
    October 9, 2019
    Reply

    Where’s the new 3 cylinder hyper duper super charged 500 Mach III?

  4. Avatar
    Robert
    October 9, 2019
    Reply

    … where’s the Bighorn KLR?

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