The mid-size sports tourer now comes with a new set of decals and revised stickers.

The company has launched the 2018 model in India at ₹6.50 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai). While there are no changes in terms of mechanicals and features, there are a few visual changes. The bike now comes with a new set of decals on the fairing, and a slight change from the revised stickers on the 2017 Versys.

The Versys 650 continues to be powered by a 649cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin motor that makes 68hp and 64Nm. The bike shares its motor with the rest of Kawasaki’s 650s and the company sells the bike with ABS as standard.

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