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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Bama67, Sep 15, 2018.
This is a bad blow to all the adv guys looking to buy a fresh 2019 KLR used in 2029.
So this one doesn't count?
Does look suspiciously like a 2018 though...
It's about time.
Ah sorry for the misunderstanding then. But yeah it would just very much surprise me if this one random Kawasaki dealer is acting as the PR manager for the entire Kawasaki USA brand. And the fact that this happened so recently with another dual sport and turned out to be false just reinforces my belief that it's a bogus rumor.
Didn't see it. I'll take two.
They're not always?
Its also still listed on a Kawasaki Japan website with a "New Graphics" tag.
What sort of person buys a brand new KLR anyway?
Y’all are playing with fire here.
I’ll be over there...
Hey, it was 1999, I was young, dumb and it was just a 15 years old bike back then.
Plus, I only did that ONCE!
I bought a new '05..... in August of '04
Well technically they can keep selling 2018 model for another year. Could it be that something big coming down the pipe like 450-500cc EFI single replacement or perhaps Ninja 400cc twin based model with proper dual sport suspension? Or KLR being discontinued in favor of redesigned Versys(X) 650?
Perhaps we will find out what's going on at Tokyo or EICMA? If switch to happen it will be somewhere in Q2+ so current situation would be quite logical.
This is what I was wondering as well!
I'm now rushing my new book entitled
'101 uses for a milk crate' to completion in anticipation of there being a glut of milk crates availability in the near future.
You won't sell one copy to the public but it will be on the library's top five borrowed/stolen books of all time.
The sooner any 200 c.c. + motorcycle with out F.I. is gone the better .
I disagree. My 2T carbed bike is brilliant. Much better than the FI 2T bike I rode earlier this year.
I haven't had the chance to compare the single track bikes , but , if the progression of snowmobiles is any indication we are in for better running bikes at any elevation with more fuel economy . Win Win .
it's kinda subdued compared to what's normal for the japanese.
I'm going to guess, Kawasaki is going to follow Honda's move into the 450 world of dual sports. Kxf450L. Kinda like the Grom and Z125. Kawasaki let Honda make it first so they could make there's 1 notch better on paper.