- Engine: 112 Cc
- Mileage: 20 Kmpl
- Power: 7.14 bhp
- Weight: 76 Kg
Kawasaki KLX110 Overview
Kawasaki KXL 110 has a backbone type frame loaded with a light weight engine which results in a net weight of 76kgs.The overall length is 61.4inches with 25.6inches of width and an overall height of 37.6inches. It has a ground clearance of 8.5inches with a fuel tank capacity of 3.78litres. It is only available in lime green colour which provides a sporty look against the black and silver of the body frame. This model has a 26.8-inch seat height which is suitable for kids. The seat can be adjusted according to the height of the rider.
The front wheel in Kawasaki KXL 110 is 14inches which is 2inches bigger than the rear wheel. This difference helps ensure the stability of the bike while landing on uneven surfaces. The tyres come with great grip to ensure safety. The low-lying engine design ensures low centre of gravity which improves the stability of the bike.
Kawasaki KLX110 Performance and Handling
It offers great jerk absorption for a smooth handling. This bikes comes with mechanical drum brakes in the rear as well as in the front. Parents can exercise their control over their kidвЂ™s speed thanks to a screw-type throttle limiter.
Kawasaki KLX110 Engine & Transmission
The push-start electric start is perfect for new riders. Kawasaki KXL 110 always starts in neutral mode once this button is pressed so that the rider is absolutely ready to start the engine. For backup, there is also a kick start lever. Kawasaki Automatic Compression Release provides easy pick-up. The button to switch off the engine is conveniently located on the left handlebar.
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