Author Topic: Did Kawasaki Intentionally Mislead Us?  (Read 256 times)

smallengineshop

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Did Kawasaki Intentionally Mislead Us?
« on: November 23, 2020, 05:29:14 PM »
I thought for sure Kawasaki was bringing back a 3rd generation KLR650 in 2021, but instead the bits and pieces of information released early by Kawasaki to create excitement for the 2021 release date,was for two new dual sport models: the KLX300 and a new Supermoto model: the KLX300SM. Oh Well, at least they're dual sport and not adventure touring motorcycles, and you can still see the 2018 model KLR listed on Kawasaki's website, so they still must be in stock at several Kawasaki dealerships in the country. Maybe next year.

I swear one of the photo's used by Kawasaki leading up to the 2021 new model release date shows a concealed 2021 model motorcycle showing parts of a Kawasaki KLR650 and not a KLX. The photo revealed the motorcycles skid plate area and that area of the motorcycle looked just like a KLR. See photo below.

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2021 Kawasaki KLX300

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2021 Kawasaki KLX300SM


Photo used in the 2021 pre-release date for the new Kawasaki KLX 300 motorcycles. The motorcycle under this cover is not a KLX300 model. I don't care what Kawasaki claims.
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