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Kawasaki Ninja 650R

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  1. the North-American-market, faired version of the motorcycle ER-6n, known as the ER-6f elsewhere in the world, introduced in 2006

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  2. In Europe the Ninja 650R is sold as the ER-6f ("f" denoting faired version) of the ER-6, the "naked" roadster version is sold as the ER-6n

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  3. a middleweight twin motorcycle, designed for normal use on paved roads

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  4. has modern styling and features, with low-seating ergonomics, a low center of gravity, and respectable, manageable power output

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  5. Its design was intended to appeal to a wide-ranging audience from newcomers to seasoned riders

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