Kawasaki Malaysia has announced the availability of four new CBU models for the Malaysian market including the Z900RS, Ninja 1000SX, Versys 1000SE and Ninja ZX-10R.
- Kawasaki Malaysia officially rolls out four new CBU models for 2022.
- The new generation Kawasaki ZX-10R finally in Malaysia for a recommended selling price of RM112,600.
All four models were shown to the public during the recent Malaysian MotoGP held in Sepang International Circuit (SIC).
Weeks after, all the models are now available at the local dealership except for the Versys 1000SE which will only be made available beginning mid-December.
Kawasaki Z900RS – RM63,800
The Z900RS embodies Kawasaki’s retro DNA that pays homage to the legendary Z1.
Powering the Z900RS is a best-in-class 948cc inline-four, liquid-cooled engine that produces 111hp @ 8,500rpm and 98Nm.
Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX – RM71,400
The fourth generation sport tourer from Kawasaki allows riders to experienced the ride of both sport and a tourer all in one packages.
The Ninja 1000SX features a 1043cc inline-four cylinder engine that makes 124.3hp @ 9,500rpm and 111Nm @ 8,000rpm.
Adopting the Ninja styling cue, the 1000SX also features a host of modern electronic package including a full TFT display, electronic cruise control, Kawasaki traction control, power modes and Kawasaki Cornering Management Function.
Kawasaki Versys 1000SE – RM81,900
The popular tourer returns and features an even greater comfort and versatility for 2022.
Like previous generation model, the 2022 Versys 1000SE features the same 1043cc 4-stroke, inline four-cylinder DOHC engine that pushes 120hp @ 9,000rpm and 102Nm.
The Versys 1000SE is also fitted with a quickshifter as standard while also equipped with assist/slipper clutch, dual throttle vales and an electronic cruise control.
Kawasaki ZX-10R – RM112,600
The 2022 ZX-10R is the most potent superbike built by Team Green with six WorldSBK titles embedded in its DNA.
Moving towards the engine, its 998cc inline-four unit now comes with new WorldSBK-spec independent air-cooled oil cooler, electronic throttle valves, exhaust unit, and revised transmission ratios. This resulted in a Euro5-compliant engine that produces 200hp and 115Nm of maximum torque, which is not that far off from the previous-gen model.
Mounted to the same chassis as the previous-gen, the 2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R does come with a new and slightly longer swingarm for improved high-speed stability. This is further enhanced with Showa BPF front forks and Showa BFRC (Balance Free Rear Cushion) monoshock, all fully-adjustable.