- Engine: 249 Cc
- Mileage: No info
- Power: No info
- Weight: 104 Kg
Kawasaki KX250 Overview
The 2019 Kawasaki KX250 has been launched in India, which is priced at Rs. 7.43 lakhs. The price is ex-showroom, Delhi and is exempt from road and registration taxes as the bike is not road-legal. Riding KX250 is restricted to off-road trails and tracks only.
Kawasaki KX250 Styling & Comfort
The Kawasaki KX250 sports a bare basic design and comes with a lighter aluminium perimeter frame with revised rigidity for greater front-end feel. On the styling front, the bike comes with black alumite rims, black fork guards and green highlights which help it to maintain the distinctive Kawasaki identity.
In terms of its dimensions, the 2019 Kawasaki KX250 measures 2,172mm in length, 825mm in width and has a maximum height of 1,270 mm. The wheelbase is 1,478mm, while the seat height is 945mm. The curb weight of the bike is around 105 kg and comes with a 6.4 litre fuel tank.
Kawasaki KX250 Engine & Transmission
The Kawasaki KX250 draws power from a 249 cc, Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke single-cylinder, engine, which is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The company has not revealed the power figures of this bike yet.
Kawasaki KX250 Braking & Safety
The 270mm front petal disc and 240mm rear petal disc brakes delivers strong stopping power and also contribute to sporty look.
Kawasaki KX250 Competitors
The Kawasaki KX250 faces the challenge from the Suzuki RMZ250 in the Indian market.
Kawasaki KX250 Mileage
The bike is expected to deliver a mileage of 28-29 kmpl. The exact details regarding the mileage haven’t revealed by the company.
Kawasaki KX250 Interior
The new Kawasaki KX250 offers riders a choice of four handle positions to choose from for comfortable riding. The bike also features adjustable footpeg brackets which enable riders to lower footpeg position.
Kawasaki KX250 Performance and Handling
Kawasaki KX250 is a great bike for off-road adventures. The bike features an ECU which contains three engine maps (plus a fourth for Launch Control Mode). To ensure efficient race start in slippery conditions, the bike also features a launch control system comes with a launch control system for a better race start.
With respect to suspension, the bike employs a 48mm inverted telescopic fork at the front which comes with 40-way spring preload adjustability and 22-way dumping compression and 20-way rebound damping adjustability. The rear suspension is a monoshock with 19-way low speed and 4 turns high speed along with 22-way rebound damping.
The front end gets 80/100-21 tyre while the rear gets a 100/90-19 tyre that should perform off-road exceptionally well.
Kawasaki KX250 What we think
The new range of Kawasaki dirt bikes will attract many off-road riding enthusiasts in the country.
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