September 29th, 2020


Versys 1000 LT SE now equipped with Showa Skyhook Suspension Technology; Mule Pro-FXT Ranch Edition delivers premium performance and style.

Toronto, Ontario – Canadian Kawasaki Motors Inc. announces the release of its 2021 street motorcycle and recreational vehicles line-up including Ninja, Z, Vulcan, Versys, the heritage-rich W800 and Z900RS street bikes, Mule Pro-FXT and FXR side by sides, and Kawasaki’s full line of
Jet Ski personal watercraft.

New for 2021, Kawasaki’s flagship adventure tourer, the Versys 1000 LT SE, is outfitted with Showa Skyhook Suspension Technology. Already equipped with Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension (KECS), the upgraded Skyhook software delivers a smoother, more comfortable riding experience when riding solo or with a passenger. By using the KECS sensors to “read” the road 1,000 times per second, Skyhook is able to further enhance the versatility and comfort of the ultra- smooth Versys 1000 making it possible for riders to tackle mile after mile.

For those seeking premium four-wheel performance for work or play, the 2021 Mule Pro-FXT Ranch Edition features a powerful 812cc, 3-cylinder engine with 1-ton towing capacity. The two- bench Mule Pro-FXT fits up to six passengers with a class-exclusive trans-cab system that can be converted from passenger to cargo mode in seconds. Bold new Mule Pro-FXR-inspired styling helps the Mule Pro-FXT Ranch edition stand out in the pack.

When it comes to stirring up action on the lake, Kawasaki Jet Ski offerings now include three variations of the new STX-160. The STX-160 sets a benchmark in its class with luxuries such as adjustable cruise control and available Jet Sound Audio system.

Race fans are once again treated to Kawasaki Racing Team edition sportbikes, including the Ninja ZX-6R, Ninja 650 and Ninja 400. The new KRT livery is inspired by that of five-time World Superbike Champion Jonathan Rea. As well, Sugomi-styled naked Z models receive fresh new
graphic treatment from the Z125 PRO all the way up to the supercharged Z H2. For complete details on all of Kawasaki’s new 2021 vehicles, visit

Let the good times roll.