Reliability & build quality Our Kawasaki KLR 650 owners’ reviews show the bike is extremely popular, with the only negative comments around the hard seat (after 40 miles of riding), poor dipped headlight and some minor frame paint issues. None of this prevents it from being a seriously good off-roader, though.
Is the KLR650 any good?
The KLR650 is not a performance dual-sport motorcycle. The KLR650 felt impressively stable on the highway. Vibrations were still there (it’s a 650 single, after all) but they weren’t nearly as bad as I remember on previous versions. The bike will hold 75 to 80 mph all day and do so with surprising comfort.
The Kawasaki KLR 650’s rear brake’s not quite ineffectual. There’s nothing particularly special about the Kawasaki KLR 650’s 4v DOHC motor; it feels lazy and doesn’t particularly care for speeds above 85mph. But the Kawasaki KLR 650 is torquey, flexible, reasonably free of intrusive vibration and dependable.
Is the 1996 KLX 650 worth the money?
I saw a 1996 KLX 650 for sale for $2,700 it looks to be in excellent condition with 15K miles. Is it worth it? I think I can handle the gay colors :ymca – Thanks
What are the calipers on a KLX 650?
The instrumentation is the same for the klr650c and as well as the new klx250. The tansmission is klr650 as well as the starter and left covers. The rear swing arm and wheels are klr650 as well. Both calipers are kx and klx300.
How big is a Kawasaki klx650 dry weight?
However, some feisty off-roaders had bought the KLR, taken it out into the wide-open spaces, and thrashed the heck out of it. And found it lacking in the frame and suspension. This was not surprising, as the dry weight was a hefty 360 pounds.