2008 Kawasaki Concours 14 Motorcycle Review

2008 Kawasaki Concours 14 Motorcycle Review
2008 Kawasaki Concours 14 Motorcycle Review
Read the full review at Motorcycle.com.

Neither a cover model nor an athlete, the Connie was the studious one. With standard-setting ergos, a large windshield, plenty of practical storage space and a liter-size engine with plenty of performance, this bike quickly became a favorite, achieving cult status over its 21-year life span.

9 thoughts on “2008 Kawasaki Concours 14 Motorcycle Review

  1. Calm down man… He’s just trying to get the info out there for folks looking to buy. And the whole motor engine thing.. come on.. we all know what he was talking about. It sounds to me like you just wanted an excuse to complain. It’s really not that big of a deal.

  2. Limited to 175 miles worth of fuel, Immense heat adn the key fob system fails ALOT. No thanks, Kawasaki ruined a sport touring ICON with the 14. I hated it so much I went out anf got an FJR. Much better machine all around.

  3. I’ve had my connie 14 for 2 years now and 18k miles. Not a single problem with the bike. I have had two previous connies and I will up grade to a third gen connie in about ten years when they redo the BEST sport touring bike on the market. BAR NONE!!!!!!!

  4. If you have no clue, than shut up.

    The country that invented the engine called it Motor.

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