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Kawasaki keeps the coin decent on the 2022 KLR 650 and the legend remains a good value buy

Kawasaki Australia has released pricing on the refined KLR 650, set to get a new lease on life as a 2022 model. Now Euro5 compliant and sporting a range of updates from the engine to the suspension chassis and electronics, the bike now represents a lower-end machine that’s not all that dated in terms of baseline offerings and retaining that simplicity that makes it so appealing to many.

For a full rundown on what’s new on the 2022 Kawasaki KLR 650, check out our feature here.


Available in two variants, the KLR 650 and KLR 650 Adventure the pricing presents an increase, albeit not too dramatic over the old favourite.

The standard 2022 KLR 650 is priced from $10,151.

The 2022 KLR 650 Adventure is priced from $11,181.

Final pricing is dependant on where you’re buying from, so check on Kawi’s website here for the most accurate ride away quote.

At around $11,000 the Adventure model is appealing to those looking for capability through simplicity

The Adventure model arrives with a few more bits and pieces fitted and a groovy camo graphics kit.

  • Fog lamps
  • Panniers
  • Frame sliders
  • DC and USB sockets.

Given the KLR 650 has hung around the sub-10-grand mark for some time it’s good to see the improved model not copping a hefty price increase.

The KLR 650 might not have the deep performance focus of most new models but it is reliable and proven through years of adventures and isn’t asking a bank-busting price to get you out exploring far and wide.