The open road is yours for the taking. Whether riding across town or on a cross country adventure, the 2019 Versys® 1000 SE LT+ motorcycle features a responsive engine and nimble chassis that will have you coming back for more. With versatility and comfort at its core, the Versys® 1000 SE LT+ boasts upgrades in nearly every facet: updated styling, state-of-the-art electronics and outstanding comfort levels.
Key new features for 2019 include Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension (KECS), Integrated Riding Modes, Kawasaki Quick Shifter (KQS), Electronic Cruise Control, TFT Color Meter and new upper cowling and fairings.
With both touring and town riding in mind, the Versys® 1000 SE LT+ is tuned for flexibility so it’s just as comfortable cruising at low-rpm as it is when ridden on winding roads in the mid-to high-rpm range.
Key enhancements bring Kawasaki’s finest electronics management technology to the Versys® 1000 SE LT+, resulting in precise chassis orientation awareness that assists a rider’s ability to adapt to a wide range of street riding conditions.
All-new styling on the Versys® 1000 SE LT+ highlights its fun, sporty nature while keeping rider and passenger comfort paramount. The design boasts flowing body lines traceable from front to rear. With revised bodywork and comfortable ergonomics, its look is as impressive as its comfort.
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