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Bikebiz Deals on the Ninja 1000 2016

$13,990 Ride Away

$76 Per Week

$0 Deposit

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*~The payment of $76 per week is an indication only and is based on an RRP of 13,990, a deposit of $0, and a net loan amount of $15,098.80, for a term of 60 installments at an annual percentage rate of 9.95%. The comparison rate is 10.71% and is based on a secured loan of $30,000 for a term of 5 years at the annual percentage rate of 9.95%. The amount of credit provided to you and the term of the loan may be different to this. WARNING: The comparison rate only applies to the example given. Different amounts and terms will result in a different comparison rate. Costs such as redraw and early repayment fees, and cost saving such as fee waivers, are not included in the comparison rate but may influence the cost of the loan. Finance is provided by KMAF Pty Ltd trading as Kawasaki Motors Finance ABN: 24 143 970 094 ~ Australian Credit Licence: 391531. The images and prices displayed in this ad are indicative only and may not represent the actual model or weekly repayment applicable for your circumstances.

The Dream Combination: Ninja + Touring

Now in its third iteration, an even more polished Ninja 1000 continues to offer the comfort and convenience to enable sport riding enthusiasts to take their seductively styled machines touring. Complementing the even smoother power delivery and extremely composed handling, the new model features increased touring performance care of improved wind protection, greater comfort and the clean-mount pannier system. All-new Ninja family styling deepens its sporty image. And loaded with the latest electronics technology that Kawasaki has to offer, the new Ninja 1000 is even better equipped to meet a wide range of rider needs.

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Sharp Ninja Styling

All-new bodywork includes a much sharper front cowl with a decidedly closer resemblance to Kawasaki’s Ninja supersport models. The more aggressive visage is complemented by fierce new LED headlamps. The dynamic and sporty bodywork reflects the Ninja 1000’s exciting street riding potential.

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Comfortable Seats

Both rider and passenger seats deliver increased comfort. The redesigned rider seat has a wider seat area, offering greater support, and enabling longer stretches at time without having to stop due to discomfort. The passenger seat is longer (+25 mm), with 3 mm thicker urethane padding and a design that swells at the front (25 mm thicker) to help keep tandem riders from sliding forward, all contributing to increased passenger comfort. Dampers on the underside of the seat help reduce vibration. Ergonomically sculpted passenger grips are easy to hold and are naturally positioned, contributing to passenger comfort.

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Comfortable Ergonomics

The Ninja 1000’s relaxed riding position was designed to accommodate everything from city riding to touring to sport riding. This blend of comfort and control allows the rider to enjoy a variety of riding situations. Relatively upright position (compared to supersport models) offers both control and comfort. Separate, raised handlebars contribute to the sporty, comfortable riding position. The handlebar stays are mounted to the fork tube tops, which extend above the upper triple clamp. 5-way adjustable clutch and brake levers can be set to suit the size of the rider’s hands, contributing to rider comfort. Mirrors are positioned 20 mm farther outward and have a greater range of movement, offering easier adjustability.

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All-new instrument layout panel features a large analogue tachometer flanked by warning lamps on one side, and a gear position indicator and multi-function LCD screen on the other. Gear position indicator increases shifting precision and confidence, while also lending to the Ninja 1000’s sporty image. Complementing a new shift-up indicator lamp, the tachometer’s needle changes colour (from white to pink to red) to indicate the rider-selectable shift-up timing. In addition to the digital speedometer and gear position indicator, display functions include: odometer, dual trip meters, remaining range, current and average fuel consumption, external temperature, coolant temperature, clock and the Economical Riding Indicator.

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With the airbox nestled between the frame beams, intake air can be affected by engine heat. The Cool Air system routes cool air to the airbox from ducts at the front of the side fairings, minimising performance loss due to heated intake air. This should not be confused with Ram Air, where force-fed air becomes pressurised in the airbox

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In addition to contributing to the Ninja 1000’s sharper looks, dual LED headlamps (each featuring low and high beams, as well as a LED position lamp) offer significantly increased brightness, casting their light wider and farther forward. The lamps offer significantly increased brightness, casting their light wider and farther forward. On the low-beam setting, lateral illumination is 1.3 to 1.5 times brighter, with a wider light projection area; on the high-beam setting, forward projection distance increases 1.4 times.

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The exhaust system features a 4-into-2-pre-chamber-into-2 layout. Silencer end-caps create a quad-style image. Joint pipes linking the exhaust headers contribute to increased feeling and response at all rpm. Revisions to the main and pre-catalysers contribute to cleaner emissions, ensuring Euro 4 regulations are cleared. Thanks to the under-engine pre-chamber, silencer volume could be kept to 3 litres each and silencer weight to 3,500 g each, greatly contributing to mass centralisation and a lower centre of gravity.

Type Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four
Displacement 1,043 cm³
Seat height 815 mm
Curb mass 235 kg (includes full fuel tank and all fluids at correct levels)
Bore and Stroke 77.0 x 56.0 mm
Length / Width / Height 2,100 mm / 790 mm / 1,185 mm / 1,235 mm
Transmission 6-speed, return
Compression ratio 11.8:1

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