Category: Kawasaki

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2022 Kawasaki ZX25R

The much-awaited 2022 Kawasaki ZX25R has been unveiled in Indonesia this year. The Indonesian market welcomed both the standard at RM28,427 and the SE at RM33,431 at the same time. Although the wait was long, as a result of Covid19, the much-hyped motorcycle seems to be worth every hype. But despite the popularity of this motorcycle, a lot of people don’t know much about it. If you’re currently among these people, I assure you that you are not alone. I strongly believe that you’ll do better after reading this article. Since we’ll be talking about what you may want to know about this motorcycle, it is important that you pay close attention. I promise not to bore you. Here are some of the questions people have asked about

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2022 Kawasaki Ninja 400

Entry-level Kawasaki Ninja models have for quite some time been well known among fledgling riders and amateurs since they offer games bicycle thrills in a protected and charming bundle. The Ninja 250 was the first, trailed by the Ninja 300, and presently the Ninja 400 has dominated. The Kawasaki Ninja 400, which was appeared in 2017, is the most practical motorbike in Kawasaki’s eminent games bicycle family. Is the Kawasaki Ninja 400 a beginner bike?  Ninja 400 is a fantastic beginner bike with plenty of power and speed to get you into trouble. To put things in perspective, people have been killed while riding bicycles. It might be the only motorcycle you’ll ever need, but it’ll be fun to ride and won’t leave you wanting

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2022 Kawasaki Z400RS

The future Kawasaki Z400RS will be based on the Kawasaki Z400, which is currently on sale internationally, and will share components with the Ninja 400, which was previously available in India. This could be the company’s most cheap RS motorbike, with the same design cues as the Z650RS and Z900RS. Both bikes are based on the legendary Kawasaki Z1 from the 1970s. To complete the design, there will be a new round LED headlamp, twin-pod instrument cluster, single-piece seat, chrome-finished round rearview mirrors, and multi-spoke alloy wheels. The model will be powered by a 399cc parallel-twin engine that produces 47.5 horsepower and 38 Nm of peak torque and is mated to a 6-speed transmission. It’s likely that the suspension and brake systems will be carried

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2020 Kawasaki KLX230 First Look: New Dual-Sport Motorcycle

All-new from the ground up is the 2020 Kawasaki KLX230 dual-sport motorcycle. A lower-cost, more-accessible alternative to the completely different KLX250, the 2020 Kawasaki KLX230 is intended to appeal to newer riders interested in taking to the dirt, while still retaining street-going capability. The 2020 KLX230 is Kawasaki’s latest, all-new dual-sport motorcycle, and is aimed squarely at new riders wanting an easy-to-use dual-sport or at experienced riders wanting to venture into their first dual sport or off-road motorcycle. Using a 233 cc air-cooled SOHC single, the KLX230 is estimated to produce between 15-20 crank HP and about 10 lbs-ft of crank torque. When Kawasaki stated that the KLX230 is all-new, they meant everything is all-new. New frame, new engine, new suspension, new handlebars, everything bespoke

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2020 Kawasaki KLX 250-The Ultimate Dual Purpose-Companion

Kawasaki KLX 250 motorcycles deliver serious on- and off-road riding performance that appeals to riders of various skill levels. These dual-purpose motorcycles boast a 249cc engine and provide a superior ride for confidently navigating through city streets or off-road trails. The 2020 Kawasaki KLX 250 is the latest during a long line of dual-sport motorcycles, with the primary generation being released in 1979. Powered by a 249-cc liquid-cooled DOHC single producing 24 crank HP and 15 lb-ft of crank torque, the KLX250 is only 304 lbs wet weight, leading to a fun, tossable, agile Dual Sport. To meet modern emission regulations, the KLX250 features a digitally controlled fuel injection system. As well, there’s a variant model of the KLX250 referred to as the Camo Edition,

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2020 Yamaha R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 400

People like owning a sportbike because they want the speed that comes from one. They are rather high-powered and have a great suspension system and brake system that make them great for driving even on the roads. The one thing that is often said about a sportbike is that they tend to only be comfortable once they have reached their element when given over 100 miles per hour. Now, two of the main names that are heard when it comes to talking about finding the best lightweight sportbike are Yamaha and Kawasaki. The Yamaha R3 and the Kawasaki Ninja 400 are the top two choices, and this will give a detailed breakdown of what makes them different from each other. 2020 Yamaha R3 design This

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KTM RC 390 vs Kawasaki Ninja 400

Who doesn’t love sports bikes? Lightweight sport bikes have a league of their own, and bike enthusiasts are always eager to explore as much about these bikes as possible. If you have ever sat down with lightweight sportbike fans, you must have heard them compare horsepower, top speed, handling, etc. Well, lightweight sportbikes are all the rage now, and these have been a hot topic for a while now. Among the top contenders are KTM RC 390 and Kawasaki Ninja 400. If you are also trying to figure out which lightweight sportbike to buy for yourself and are caught between the hot debate of KTM RC 390 vs. Kawasaki Ninja 400, you have landed on the right platform. We will take you through all the

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2021 The Kawasaki ZX25R is real: 250 cc, four-cylinder glory

Kawasaki ZX25R is propelled by a 250-cc liquid-cooled, four-cylinder engine. Now, the official power figures are yet to be revealed by we expect them to be enough to put a grin on a rider’s face. Also, the bike can rev all the way up to 17,500 rpm, which will make it one of the fastest 250 cc bikes in the world. Highlights: The 249.8cc 4-cylinder bike produces 51 PS of peak power at 15,500 RPM The quarter-liter bike weighs 182 kg, which is a touch heavy. The bike will be inspired by bigger ZX siblings The new engine could produce more than 45bhp 310 mm 4-piston calipers are provided at the front, the top model gets ABS Kawasaki ZX25R Specs: The all-new Ninja ZX25R is

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2021 Kawasaki KLX300SM

The all-new 2021 Kawasaki KLX300SM takes the fun to the streets fully Super-Moto style. Staying faithful to its roots, the all-new KLX300SM street-focused lightweight Super-Moto motorcycle comes ready with all the tools necessary to deliver an exciting riding experience. Smooth power delivery and crisp throttle response help riders maneuver through stop-and-go city traffic, navigate country back roads, or experience the exhilaration of Super-Moto racing at their local track. The 2021 KLX300SM was developed alongside the KLX®300 dual-sport and features similar DNA, including many shared engine and chassis components. Where the models differ is overall styling and intended use. While the KLX300 dual-sport is equal parts on-road and dirt, the KLX300SM receives a number of Super-Moto-inspired componentry. This includes 17-inch front and rear wheels paired with

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