Kawasaki have released the first look at part of their 2023 line. New colours are on the list for their bikes in 2023, check them all out below... Press Release: Kawasaki Australia.

Kawasaki have unveiled the 2023 colour schemes for their motorcycle range. As all the new looks arrive, Kawasaki will have more updates. Check the Ninja 400, Z400, Z650RS and Z1000 2023 editions that have been announced so far…

Kawasaki have released a look at their 2023 range. Starting with their Ninja 400...

Kawasaki have released a look at their 2023 range. Starting with their Ninja 400…

2023 Ninja 400
Australia’s beloved learner motorcycle returns in three striking new colours for 2023. These will arrive in Australia in the last quarter of 2022



2023 Ninja 400 Colours

  • Metallic Carbon Gray (GY1)
  • Lime Green – Kawasaki Racing Team (GN1)
  • Pearl Blizzard White (WT1)

For 2023, you'll have the choice between three colours. Check out these awesome LAMs bikes below...

For 2023, you’ll have the choice between three colours. Check out these awesome LAMs bikes below…

2023 Z400
The naked sibling to the Ninja 400 – the Z400. The Z400 is the perfect entry into the Kawasaki world of Z motorcycles. Available in three colours. Arriving late in 2022.



2023 Z400 Colours

  • Candy Lime Green (GN2)
  • Metallic Spark Black (BK1)
  • Metallic Graphene Steel Gray (GY1)

2023 Z650RS
Launching into the second year of availability, the retro-sport parallel-twin, learner approved motorcycle is a stylish option for new and experienced riders. Join the retro-volution. Available in late 2022.



2023 Z650RS Colours

  • Candy Emerald Green (GN1)
  • Metallic Spark Black (BK1)

The 2023 Z1000 will only come in one colour: Metallic Matte Carbon Gray (GY1).

The 2023 Z1000 will only come in one colour: Metallic Matte Carbon Gray (GY1).

2023 Z1000
Unleash the raw power of a 1043cc inline 4-cylinder in a naked package. The Z1000 delivers brutal functionality! One colour for 2023, Metallic Matte Carbon Gray (GY1), this colour will carry over from the 2022 model.

Head to the Kawasaki website here to stay up to date with all the 2023 models as they’re released.


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