Kawasaki Announces New 2024 Motorcycle Models

Kawasaki is very excited to announce the launch of several new 2024 motorcycle models including the all-new Eliminator®, the new Ninja® ZX™-6R, the all-new KX™450 and KX™450X, the new KLX®300 and KLX®300SM, and the updated Ninja® ZX™-10RR motorcycles.


ALL-NEW 2024 Eliminator® 

Kawasaki’s all-new Eliminator® motorcycle answers the calls from the streets, with its engine, frame, and suspension designed with rider approachability in mind. The Eliminator was built with a timeless design, bringing a sleek and low element to the forefront and making an extremely welcoming motorcycle that can be enjoyed by a wide range of riders. The Eliminator is equipped with a low and comfortable seat and utilizes a lightweight chassis to make this model an ideal riding partner.

  • ALL-NEW 451cc parallel-twin engine
  • ALL-NEW Relaxed, upright riding position
  • ALL-NEW Lightweight chassis
  • ALL-NEW Long and low design
  • ALL-NEW Lightweight trellis frame
  • ALL-NEW Twin-shock rear suspension
  • ALL-NEW Round LED headlight
  • ALL-NEW Digital instrumentation
  • ALL-NEW RIDEOLOGY THE APP* smartphone connectivity


ALL-NEW 2024 Ninja ®ZX™-6R 

The Kawasaki Ninja® ZX™-6R “636” motorcycle remains a staple in the Ninja® ZX™ supersport lineup, and for 2024, it benefits from several performance and styling updates that push all boundaries with track-ready performance that prioritizes confident handling during high-performance sport riding. Kawasaki’s Ninja® ZX™ supersport models have always been renowned for their circuit riding potential as well as their ability to provide the exhilaration desired for real-world riding.

  • NEW Updated 636cc in-line four-cylinder DOHC engine
  • NEW Ninja® styling with new front cowling
  • NEW LED headlights and turn signals
  • NEW TFT full-color instrumentation
  • NEW Smartphone connectivity via RIDEOLOGY THE APP*
  • NEW Integrated riding modes
  • NEW Dual 310mm front discs with dual radial-mounted 4-piston monobloc calipers


ALL-NEW 2024 KX™450

With development cues taken from the Monster® Energy Kawasaki factory racing team, the all-new KX450 is one of the strongest off-road machines on the track. All-new features for 2024 include a new cylinder head, lightweight aluminum frame, center exhaust, and Kawasaki KX first features include ODI Lock-On grips, Brembo® brakes, Kawasaki TRaction Control (KTRC), riding modes with handlebar mounted switch box, and Bluetooth® connectivity using RIDEOLOGY THE APP.

  • NEW Engine tuning
  • NEW Cylinder head
  • NEW Straight exhaust port and center exhaust
  • NEW Smartphone connectivity
  • NEW Handlebar-mounted traction control switch
  • NEW Brembo brake system
  • NEW Lightweight aluminum perimeter frame
  • NEW ODI Lock-On grips
  • NEW Easy-to-remove side cover
  • NEW Slim ergonomic bodywork
  • NEW KTRC and riding modes

ALL-NEW 2024 KX™450X
Returning along with the KX450 for 2024 is the all-new KX™450X, helping to further expand and solidify the KX family of off-road motorcycles. In addition to all the new features found on the KX450, the off-road KX450X features new Dunlop AT81 front and rear tires, optimized engine tuning and optimized suspension settings.

  • NEW Front and rear tires
  • NEW Engine tuning 
  • NEW Suspension settings


NEW 2024 KLX®300

Since its initial release in 2021, the Kawasaki KLX®300 motorcycle has been providing unlimited on- and off-road fun for a wide range of riders. Staying true to its roots, the KLX300 lightweight dual-sport motorcycle comes ready with all the tools necessary to deliver an exciting riding experience, taking on paved streets, back roads, wooded trails and beyond. For 2024, the KLX300 continues to let the good times roll with a fresh-new, sporty look.

  • NEW KX-inspired styling
  • NEW Bodywork
  • NEW LED headlight
  • NEW Taillight


NEW 2024 KLX®300SM

Returning along with the KLX300 for 2024 is the updated KLX300SM, helping to further expand and solidify the KLX family of motorcycles. Its quick-accelerating engine, paired with light, agile handling, makes the KLX300SM a great choice for navigating the streets.


UPDATED 2024 Ninja® ZX™-10RR

The 2024 Kawasaki Ninja® ZX™-10RR motorcycle returns stronger than ever and maintains its position as the flagship model in Kawasaki’s supersport lineup.

Built for those who rise to the challenge, the Ninja ZX-10RR continues to serve as the base machine for the Kawasaki Racing Team (KRT) in the FIM World Superbike Championship and a total of seven championships since 2013. This success on the racetrack for a production-derived superbike has allowed Kawasaki to continue delivering racetrack precision to its sportbikes.

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