It’s always an exciting time up at MotorMartin Towers when it comes to the release of the new registration plate twice a year as it’s always a time for the motoring manufacturers to try and tempt the consumer with some fantastic offers in the hope of getting your business. 

So, with the debut of the new 66-plate registrations prefix on 1 September this, Kawasaki fans have even more reason to buy the machine of their dreams – with 59 models in the range, including model variations, there’s something for everyone.

Here then, are three models which Kawasaki have brought to MotorMartin’s attention as being particularly special:

A1 licence compliant – J125

Kawasaki have explained to MotorMartin that the J125 joined the J300 in the scooter line-up in 2015, an exciting entry for Kawasaki into the popular 125cc scooter market and A1 riding licence category. Priced at £3799, it shares a number of features with the J300 including: ABS braking, automatic under-seat courtesy light, shutter style security ignition and 12V charger socket. Perfect for those wanting to commute on two wheels.

A2 licence compliant – ER6-f

Perfect for the rider wanting a little more power and presence and priced at £6049, the ER-6f benefits from a narrow profile, deeply padded seat and sporty handling. It’s powered by a liquid-cooled, four-stroke parallel twin 649cc engine. It features an economical riding indicator and has a compact, quick-revving engine with stronger low-mid range with increased torque in the everyday range below 7000rpm and in MotorMartin’s opinion, perfect for ‘real life’ motoring.

A licence – Ninja ZX-10R

And then we get to the big one, developed in conjunction with the Kawasaki Racing Team and the Kawasaki factory in Japan, the bike also benefits from the input of two Kawasaki superbike champions – Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes. Improving on an already world-class machine, the new Ninja ZX-10R features a whole host of new innovations in terms of chassis, engine and electronic upgrades. Featuring Brembo M50 monobloc brake calipers and WSBK Showa front forks, the new machine is not only a formidable track day weapon, but a road riders dream.

Prices start at £13,649 for the standard edition with the show-stopping KRT Replica priced at £150 more.

With a number of retail promotions available on the range, Kawasaki have shared with MotorMartin that it’s even easier for customers to now choose a package that suits them. 

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