Originally unveiled back as a 2006 model as the Ninja 650R, the Ninja 650 has received two major updates since then. In 2012, Kawasaki dropped the R from the Ninja’s name and updated the styling and engine, and in 2017 the Ninja 650 received an entirely new trellis frame and moved the shock from the side to the middle of the swingarm. For 2020, the Ninja 650 has received another styling update, with a revised upper cowl and windshield, and new passenger seat. LED headlights now come as standard. The 649cc parallel twin produces 58 hp and 42 pound-feet of torque, so a little over 10 hp when compared to its little brother. Also, the seating position is more upright compared to the little Ninja, making the 650 more comfortable over long distances. The 2020 Ninja 650 is going to set you back $7,799 for a model with ABS and $7,399 for a model without.