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2011 kawasaki 1000 in gauteng

2011 Kawasaki Z1000 SX (ABS)

R 114,995

Mileage: 14000 km

Region: Gauteng

Colour: black

Engine Size: 1043 cc

2011 kawasaki 1000 in gauteng

2011 Kawasaki ZX 10

R 145,995

Mileage: 4515 km

Region: Gauteng

Colour: green

Engine Size: 998 cc

2005 kawasaki 1200 in gauteng

2005 Kawasaki ZX 12R

R 64,995

Mileage: 19179 km

Region: Gauteng

Colour: black

Engine Size: 1199 cc

2010 kawasaki 1400 in gauteng

2010 Kawasaki ZX 14

R 94,995

Mileage: 45966 km

Region: Gauteng

Colour: black

Engine Size: 1352 cc

2009 kawasaki 1000 in gauteng

2009 Kawasaki ZX 10

R 89,995

Mileage: 40466 km

Region: Gauteng

Colour: white

Engine Size: 998 cc

Kawasaki Bike History

Kawasaki emerged out of the ashes of the Second World War to become one of the big players from Japan. In the late '60s and early '70s, Kawasaki built a reputation for some of the most powerful engines on two wheels, spawning legendary sport- bikes like the Ninja series and a line of championship-winning off-road bikes.
Kawasaki motorcycles include its Ninja family of sportbikes such as the Ninja ZX-10R and Ninja ZX-6R, the entry-level Ninja 250R, the Z1000 Street-Bike, the Concourse 14 sport touring motorcycle and Vulcan family cruisers such as the Vulcan 1700 Voyager. Kawasaki's off-road motorcycles include KX450F motocross bike and KLX 140 enduro motorcycle.
Kawasaki joined the motorcycle business in 1960 and is one of the major players from Japan. From the time it released the B8 125cc motorcycle in 1961 Kawasaki has seemingly never slowed down.
Just five years later Kawasaki produced Japan's biggest bike - the 650W1. The first Voyageur touring model, based on the liquid-cooled KZ1300, hit dealerships in 1978. In 1981 Kawasaki launched the hugely popular 600cc sportbike class with the GPz550 and just two years later the GPz900R "Ninja" is introduced to a stunned motorcycle press.
The first ZXR-designated motorcycles reach the market in 1989 and are still going strong today. In addition to its vast line-up of street bikes, Kawasaki's KX line-up of off-road motorcycles cannot be ignored, thanks largely to the racing success of James "Bubba" Stewart.