Kawasaki did a lot more for the 2015 Versys 650. In case you missed our First Ride review in the April issue, note that the Versys now has entirely new bodywork following the Ninja sportbike silhouette, updated suspension, minor tweaks to the engine and exhaust system intended to liberate more power, and, finally, much improved brake components. ABS is standard on both the base Versys and the LT, which includes Kawasaki's quick-release, 28-liter (each) hard bags that are keyed to the ignition and color matched. Also part of the updates: a new, adjusts-without-tools windscreen and a half-gallon-larger fuel tank, now a generous 5.5 gallons. Cue the screaming-deal klaxon: The base Versys, with ABS, runs $7,999, while the LT, which adds the saddlebags and hand guards, is just $8,699.