10 October 2011 New 2012 ER-6f brings fun and convenience to the masses

The highly successful ER-series is completely renewed for 2012 and will take the middleweight naked category to new heights.
The ER-6f improves upon the balanced package of its predecessor. Increased engine performance adds more fun. A slimmer new frame and seat offer more comfort and lighter handling. And even more aggressive Ninja-like styling, featuring wind-tunnel-derived bodylines, is complemented by a new adjustable windscreen. Equally at home in the city, on the highway or in the hills, the ER-6f is a versatile mount for novice or expert.

Key features:

- Highest riding excitement in its class
- Adjustable windscreen
- Sharper, more aggressive Ninja-inspired design. Bodylines derived from wind tunnel testing offer optimum protection
- Craftsmanship evident in the smallest details
- New seat facilitates upright riding position and creates increased comfort for both rider as well as passenger
- Different seat shape makes it easier to reach to the ground
- Compact Parallel Twin engine offers more torque in the everyday range
- More acceleration, more fun for street riding
- New high-tensile steel double-pipe perimeter frame offers lighter and easier handling
- Trademark offset laydown single-shock rear suspension
- New design double-pipe swingarm
- New and easier-to-read instrument panel design. Panel contains new functions: remaining range, fuel consumption (instant/average), Economical Riding Indicator
- ABS models have the latest-spec lightweight and compact ABS unit