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What are some features of Kawasaki scooters?

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Kawasaki scooters feature four-stroke single engines, adjustable brake levers, anti-tamper and anti-theft ignition switches, dual petal disc brakes and under-seat storage. Kawasaki offers J300 and J125 models of scooters, as of 2015.

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The Kawasaki J300 scooter features a 299 cubic meter liquid-cooled, four-valve single engine with a single overhead camshaft. The scooter’s fuel injection system automatically meters the optimum fuel amount based on throttle position, vehicle speed, air intake pressure, coolant temperature and crankshaft angle. The J300 instrumentation includes an analogue speedometer and tachometer, and an LCD panel that shows fuel gauge, clock, engine warning symbol, an odometer and dual trip meters.

The J300 scooter’s ignition switch features On, Off and Locked positions along with a shutter, which discourages theft and tampering. The scooter features 260-milimeter front and 240-milimeter rear petal disc brakes that are gripped by two-piston calipers. The scooter also features integrated turn signals and an LED taillight.

Kawasaki J300 features a sealed glove box, which can store small items, and a 12-volt accessory outlet at the front. The under-seat storage can accommodate larger items, including a full-face helmet. In addition to ergonomically contoured seats, the scooter offers folding passenger footrests, heel grips and specially designed floorboards with concave cut-outs.

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