List of Kawasaki motorcycles

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This is a list of Kawasaki motorcycles, motorcycles designed and/or manufactured by Kawasaki Heavy Industries Motorcycle & Engine and its predecessors.

Special purpose[edit]

Cruiser[edit]

Dual purpose[edit]

Off road[edit]

Streetbikes[edit]

Sport bikes[edit]

  • Ninja-RR (A.K.A. KR150, NINJA-R, NINJA-SS) (Production year: 2012–2015) 2Cycle Engine
  • Ninja 250R (A.K.A. EX250, GPZ 250, ZZ-R250) (Production year: 1986–present)
  • Ninja 300 (A.K.A. EX300) (Production year: 2012–present)
  • Ninja 400R (A.K.A. EX400, (Production year: 2011–present)
  • Ninja 500R (A.K.A. EX500, GPZ500S, ZZ-R500) (Production year: 1987–2009)
  • Ninja 650R (A.K.A. ER-6F EX650R) (Production year: 2006–present)
  • Ninja ZX-150RR (A.K.A. KR150, KR150K, KRR150, Ninja 150 RR, Ninja RR) (Production year: 1996–present)
  • Ninja ZX-6R and 6RR (Production year: 1995–present)
  • Ninja ZX-750F (Production year: 1987-1990)
  • Ninja 1000 (A.K.A. 2011-2019 Z1000Sx, 2020- Ninja 1000SX) (Production year: 2011–present)
  • Ninja ZX-10R (Production year: 2004–present)
  • Ninja ZX-12R

Sport-Touring[edit]

Scooters[edit]

J300 J300 Special Edition Epsilon 250 J125

Models no longer in production[edit]

  • A1 Samurai 250cc
  • A7 Avenger 350cc
  • Kawasaki AE50 50CC (produced 1981–1986)
  • Kawasaki AE80 80cc (produced 1981–1986)
  • Kawasaki AR50 50cc (produced 1981–1994)
  • Kawasaki AR80 80cc (produced 1981–1994)
  • Kawasaki AR80K Liquid Cooled (produced 1992-1998)
  • B7 Pet (Step-Thru)
  • B8 125cc (1962–1965)
  • Kawasaki B8M Red-Tank Furore 125cc 1962–1965)
  • C2SS & C2TR (1964–1968)
  • G1M 100cc (1967)
  • G31M Centurion (1970–1971)
  • Kawasaki G4TR G4 'Trail Boss' produced in early 1970 (1971 (G4TR-A), 1972 (B), 1973 (C), 1974 (D), 1974 G4TR-A 'Agi'Bike, 1975 (E), 1975 G4TRAA 'Agi'Bike). 10 speed - 5 high 5 low 997cc
  • Kawasaki KV100 KV100 A7-A9 (1976–78) KV100 B2-B4 (1976–78) mainly sold as farm ('agi') bike in Australia, New Zealand & Canada [1]
  • F11M 250cc (1967) (1973-1975AB)
  • F21M "Green Streak" (1968–1971)
  • F3 Bushwhacker 175cc (1968–1970)
  • F4 Sidewinder 250cc (1969–1970)
  • F5 Bighorn 350cc (1970–1971)
  • F6 Enduro 125cc (1971–1974)
  • F7 Enduro 175cc (1971–1975)
  • F8 Bison 250cc (1971–1972)
  • F81M "Green Streak" 250cc (1971)
  • F9 Bighorn 350cc (1971–1975)
  • ER500A/D 498cc (1996–2008)
  • Ninja ZXR 250 / ZX-2R (produced: 1988–1999)
  • Ninja ZXR 400 (produced: 1991–2003)
  • Ninja ZXR 750 / ZX-7 (L model [zx7] street; M model [zx7r] race 93-95) (produced: 1984–1995)
  • Ninja ZX-7R / ZX-7RR (J model [ZX7] street; K model [ZX7R] race 91-92)(produced: 1996–2003)
  • Ninja ZX-9R (produced: 1994–2003)
  • Ninja 1000R (produced: 1986–1987)
  • Ninja ZX-10 / ZZR-1000 (produced: 1988–1990)
  • Ninja ZX-11 / ZZR 1100 (produced: 1990–2001)
  • ZZR1200 / ZZ-R1200 (produced: 2002 - 2005)
  • GPz750 (produced: 1983–1987)
  • GPZ1100B1/B2 (produced: 1981–1982)
  • GPZ1100E (produced: 1995–1996)
  • GPZ250R (Released in Japan only) (produced:1985-?)
  • GPZ305 (produced 1983–1994)
  • GPz750 Turbo (produced: 1983–1985)
  • Ninja GPZ900R (produced: 1984–2003)
  • Ninja 600R AKA: GPz600R, GPX600R, ZX600A-C (produced: 1985–1997)
  • ZX600A Website with Specs.
  • 454 LTD (produced: 1985–1990)
  • Kawasaki S1 Mach I 250cc (produced: 1972) (a two-stroke triple)
  • Kawasaki S2 Mach II 350cc (produced: 1972) (a two-stroke triple)
  • S3 400 (a two-stroke triple)
  • Kawasaki H1 Mach III 500cc (produced: 1968–1972) (a two-stroke triple)
  • Kawasaki H2 Mach IV 750cc (a two-stroke triple)
  • KR250
  • KH125 (produced 1975–1998)
  • AR125
  • Kaze ZX130
  • ZG1200 Voyager XII (Four)
  • ZN1300 Voyager XIII (Six)
  • KE100 (produced 1976–2001)
  • KE125
  • KL250A1/A2/A3/A4 (produced: 1978–1981)
  • KR-1/KR-1S/KR-1R (produced: 1989-1993 KR-1R)
  • KH250/400/500 (See article)
  • Z500/Z550 (A.K.A. KZ500, KZ550, GPz550) (produced: 1979–1985)
  • Kawasaki Z750 twin (produced: 1976–1978)
  • Z1/KZ900 (produced: 1972–1976; Z900 sold in North America as KZ900)
  • Z1R (factory production cafe racer 1015cc four-cylinder; produced 1978–1980)
  • Z750RS Z2 (produced: 1973–1978)
  • KZ750L3 (produced: 1983)
  • KZ750L4 (produced: 1984)
  • KZ750N - Spectre (produced 1982-1984)
  • KZ200 (produced: 1980–1984)
  • KZ305CSR
  • KZ400/Z400 (produced: 1974–1984)
  • KZ440/Z440
  • KZ350
  • Z650 (produced: 1976–1983; sold in North America as KZ650)
  • Z1000-H (Fuel Injected, Produced 1980)
  • Z1000-ST (Shaft drive, Produced 1979 -1981)
  • KZ1300 (Six cylinder)
  • ZL900A Eliminator (produced 1985–1986)
  • ZL600A Eliminator (produced 1986 only ??)
  • ZN700LTD (produced 1984–1985)
  • ZR-7 (produced: 1999–2003)
  • ZEPHYR 750 (produced: 1991–1999)
  • ZR-1100
  • KSR II
  • W650 (produced: 1999- 2007)
  • Voyager
  • ZZR1100 (produced: 1990–2002)
  • KZ-1000 (various configurations; produced 1977–1980)
  • KZ-1100 (various configurations; produced 1981–1983)
  • AE 50 (produced: circa 1981–1982)
  • KZ900 A4 (produced: ca 1976)
  • Kawasaki F1TR 175cc (1966)
  • Kawasaki F2TR 175cc (1967)
  • Kawasaki J1TR 85cc (1967)

ATV / Quad[edit]

  • Aeon Cobra
  • Bayou 185
  • Bayou 220
  • Bayou 250
  • Bayou 300
  • Bayou 400
  • Brute Force 300
  • Brute Force 650
  • Brute Force 750
  • KFX 50 (re-badged Suzuki LT-A50 until 2006, now an independent design)
  • KFX 80 (re-badged Suzuki LT80)
  • KFX 90
  • KFX 400 (re-badged Suzuki LT-Z400)
  • KFX 450R
  • KFX 700 V-Force
  • KLT 110
  • KLT 160
  • KLT 185
  • KLT 200
    • Duckster 200
  • KLT 250
  • Lakota 300
  • Lakota Sport 300
  • Mojave 110
  • Mojave 250
  • Prairie 250 (based on the KLT 250)
  • Prairie 300
  • Prairie 360
  • Prairie 400 (first adult-sized ATV with a fully automatic transmission)
  • Prairie 650 (first production ATV with a V-twin engine)
  • Prairie 700
  • Tecate-3 250
  • Tecate-4 250

Road racing motorcycles[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kawasaki Recognition Manual 1963 - 1978

External links[edit]