Just picked up my new 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 650. Got a great deal on this remaining 2013 model. I would have bought the 2014 model but I didn't like the color options. Ride safe guys and ATGATT.

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    • Jack Fleming Jr
      Jack Fleming Jr

      I'd been sniffing the seats after that selfie shoot, X-)

      about 7 months ago
    • Ethos Thirteen
      Ethos Thirteen

      I own one. I hate the way it sounds. A muffler upgrade is a MUST.

      about 9 months ago
    • Clearanceman2
      Clearanceman2

      dang skinny asian girls. So hot.

      about 1 year ago
    • Clearanceman2
      Clearanceman2

      dang, just don't drive the same RPM continuously, change the oil before it's due the first time, ease into the brakes to avoid glazing them, take your time getting used to the new bike, etc.

      about 1 year ago
    • Perran Normanshire
      Perran Normanshire

      Is this basically an ER6-F? I am sure in the states it is called the Ninja 650, while here in Britain it is called the er6-f. Its naked brother is the er6-n.

      about 2 years ago
    • Jayjay Evans
      Jayjay Evans

      I was waiting for the 2 girls to drop it on there pretty little faces. Hahaha

      about 2 years ago
    • TX Camper
      TX Camper

      Great video! Have a few questions. I'm 6'3'' and 210, would this be preferable as a first time bike to the 300?
      Do you still have this bike? How many miles, any problems?

      about 2 years ago
    • Nocalikid
      Nocalikid In reply to TX Camper

      +TX Camper this is almost the same question by the previous guy below Goldie Mack. he is 6'6 275 lbs and you're 6'3 210 lbs, you might be more suitable for the bike, 3 inch shorter and 65 lbs lighter. same concept, bring a friend to a dealer and sit on the bike on a riding position and have him take several pictures of you at different angles. then review the pictures and see how it looks. i see some tall and big guys riding these bikes and they look like they're on a moped. doesn't look good. just my opinion. I still have the bike, and loving it, put in 24K miles and no issues whatsoever. good luck.

      about 2 years ago
    • Goldie Mack
      Goldie Mack

      Great video! looking to get my first bike I'm 6'6 275 pounds what should I be looking for?

      about 2 years ago
    • Nocalikid
      Nocalikid In reply to Goldie Mack

      +Goldie Mack thanks man. the ninja 650 might look too small for you at 6'6 275 pounds. best thing to do is go to the dealer and sit on one and have someone take a picture of you sitting on the bike on riding position and see how it looks. good luck.

      about 2 years ago
    • Hannibal Smith
      Hannibal Smith

      Not much if any variations from my 2014. Best money I ever spent!

      about 2 years ago
    • Jacob Nichols
      Jacob Nichols

      Same bike i have, color scheme and all. Pretty sweet

      about 2 years ago
    • okleydokley
      okleydokley

      battery drain? they don't use sealed battery? The correct break in procedure is what is in the manual, written by engineers who designed the bike, not some salesman.

      about 2 years ago
    • Nocalikid
      Nocalikid In reply to okleydokley

      + John Nasr I agree with you. I did my research and followed a hard break in that i found online. I have 26K miles on my bike now and no issues whatsoever.

      about 2 years ago
    • John Nasr
      John Nasr In reply to okleydokley

      okleydokley wrong at the factory have you seen the vigorous testing the bikes go through before being shipped. They are literally redlined through every gear so your telling me you gotta treat it like a baby when you get on it?

      about 2 years ago
    • Elcatracholo
      Elcatracholo

      i wantttttttt afucking bikeeeeeeeeeeee

      about 2 years ago
    • Clearanceman2
      Clearanceman2 In reply to Elcatracholo

      You know what to do, they are almost free used. Especially in the late fall.

      about 1 year ago
    • provisionMeero
      provisionMeero

      Thats no Ninja, that`s an ER6f. since when those bikes are called Ninja? :D

      about 3 years ago
    • Zero nas
      Zero nas In reply to provisionMeero

      +provisionMeero maybe other country other name ? Maybe like in the car industry

      about 2 years ago
    • Angus McCoy
      Angus McCoy

      Same engine in my Versys. Purely AWESOME, Not too much, damn sure not too little. Sounds awesome and is way faster than i can ride her. Nice bike.

      about 3 years ago
    • XiferTehPenguin
      XiferTehPenguin

      u realize only reason i clicked on the video was cuz the thumbnail

      about 3 years ago
    • Aliiv Hermawan
      Aliiv Hermawan

      confused ER6n or ZX6r for my first bike ? 2 cylinders / 4 cylinders ?

      about 3 years ago
    • Nocalikid
      Nocalikid In reply to Aliiv Hermawan

      +Aliiv Hermawan i don't recommend ZX6r as a first bike for various reasons. (1) ZX6r is a much faster bike than the ER6/650R. you need to hone or practice your skills on a much tamer bike so you don't kill yourself. (2) ZX6r is more expensive, so if you drop it or crash it, its more out of pocket for you. (3) ZX6r is considered a super sport bike, so it's more expensive to insure. I don't where you live, but here in California, i pay $35/mo full coverage for my 20123 Ninja 650. Good luck to you.

      about 2 years ago
    • Aliiv Hermawan
      Aliiv Hermawan In reply to Aliiv Hermawan

      +okleydokley ya I know cause the ER6 series with ZX6r is differents. the sport touring and super sport bike. but I like to hear the 4 cylinder sound. like my ear get eargasm hahahaha

      about 2 years ago
    • okleydokley
      okleydokley In reply to Aliiv Hermawan

      zx6r is not a first bike

      about 2 years ago
    • M13
      M13

      Almost everything he said was incorrect. Google "break in secrets motocompo" .

      about 3 years ago
    • Full Metal jacket 88
      Full Metal jacket 88 In reply to M13

      Actually it was spot on

      about 2 years ago
    • Henry Smith
      Henry Smith

      The dealer in this video giving honest opinions has nothing but truth the share! I agree with everything he says about the bike.

      about 3 years ago
    • kuroikenny
      kuroikenny

      cool video. Make more please. Hook me up with a Filipina!

      about 3 years ago
    • DailYxDosE
      DailYxDosE

      this or a 300 for my first bike ever?

      about 3 years ago
    • Terrafire
      Terrafire In reply to DailYxDosE

      +DailYxDosE i bought a 300 for my first bike i like the bike a lot but i would suggest you try to find a used bike i got a really good deal on the bike as it was used with 32 miles but after about 6 months i felt like i am ready for something bigger if i could do it again i would look for a small used bike for about 2k or so get use to riding then move on to a 650 or 600

      about 2 years ago
    • DailYxDosE
      DailYxDosE In reply to DailYxDosE

      yeah i could only find it in Europe and i just did a price converter

      about 3 years ago
    • Moriquendë
      Moriquendë In reply to DailYxDosE

      +DailYxDosE
      It does? I'm surprised because here it Sweden the ninja costs about $600 more.
      *edit* Actually can't find the Z300 on the US Kawasaki page. Guess it's not offered there.

      about 3 years ago
    • DailYxDosE
      DailYxDosE In reply to DailYxDosE

      +Moriquende it cost more then a 300

      about 3 years ago
    • Moriquendë
      Moriquendë In reply to DailYxDosE

      +DailYxDosE Unless you're dead set on a super sport, take a look at the Z300.

      about 3 years ago
    • angus kangus
      angus kangus

      pretty girls too !

      about 3 years ago
    • GoreBag Le Mort
      GoreBag Le Mort

      Is it true for ninja 300 that if stopped and you let go of the clutch it will go into neutral every time? Saving you finding it at a set of lights ect.

      about 3 years ago
    • GoreBag Le Mort
      GoreBag Le Mort In reply to GoreBag Le Mort

      Okay thanks mate. Thats Interesting. 

      about 3 years ago
    • yigi
      yigi In reply to GoreBag Le Mort

      +GoreBag Le Mort if you stop your bike at gear 1. you can not go to gear 2
      you pull up the thing with your foot and it goes netural...




      however if you stop at gear 3
      it messes up the system...

      about 3 years ago
    • BS Biker
      BS Biker

      lol they are great sales people buy the 250 then come back and get the 650

      about 3 years ago
    • protocole zulu
      protocole zulu

      love it

      about 3 years ago
    • More Bad Ideas
      More Bad Ideas

      Nothing wrong with a little Asian persuasion lol

      about 3 years ago
    • KillaLogeFTW
      KillaLogeFTW

      thats hella true what that guy said this bike handles amazing and shits on my 250 i had in every single way possible!!

      about 3 years ago
    • okleydokley
      okleydokley In reply to KillaLogeFTW

      same weight, over twice the power of 300s. so yeah

      about 2 years ago
    • KillaLogeFTW
      KillaLogeFTW

      yoooo yours is exactly like mine but mines 2015. i was gonna wait for 2016 but i didnt like the new color options either LOL

      about 3 years ago
    • kennethh_c
      kennethh_c

      I wish I had the auto neutral thing.

      about 3 years ago
    • okleydokley
      okleydokley In reply to kennethh_c

      gimmick.

      about 2 years ago
    • jake Ryan
      jake Ryan

      if you were upgrading from a 250 why not just go all the way up to the kawasazki ninja 1000? Won't you get tired of the 650 soon anyway and trade that in for the most power you can get?

      about 3 years ago
    • alex huang
      alex huang

      how much is this bike and what is the insurance price?

      about 3 years ago
    • alex huang
      alex huang In reply to alex huang

      ayyy thank you 

      about 3 years ago
    • ReApEr1810001
      ReApEr1810001 In reply to alex huang

      My first year with the bike (got it when I was 19), was about $80 a month for insurance.  After that it dropped to the low 40s for the following few years.  

      about 3 years ago
    • alex huang
      alex huang In reply to alex huang

      im only 18 :(

      about 3 years ago
    • ReApEr1810001
      ReApEr1810001 In reply to alex huang

      +alex huang 25 years old with full coverage and I pay about $25 bucks a month for insurance.

      about 3 years ago
    • alex huang
      alex huang In reply to alex huang

      oh ok thx bro

      about 3 years ago