Key Specs of Z250
Kawasaki Z250 Highlights
While the Z250 has been replaced by the Z300 in the international markets, Kawasaki continues to sell it here. The Z250 will eventually be discontiinued in India as well since they are selling much of it in India. Kawasaki also looking at bringing the Z400 in 2019. However, its India entry is still being speculated.
The 249cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin, fuel-injected mill pumps out 32PS of power and 21Nm of torque. in this day and age, the figures look quite primitve, especially going by the competition offer, that too at a much affordable standpoint. Currently, the Z250 is priced at Rs. 3.08 lakh (ex-showroom), which is Rs 10,000 more than even the Ninja 300.
|Z250 STD26 Kmpl, 249 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.3,08,000|
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Kawasaki Z250 Mileage and Performance
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Z250 Expert Review
Kawasaki Z250 belongs to the Z-series of Kawasaki motorcycles. It is a naked street motorcycle offered by the Japanese manufacturer, which is furnished with premium body styling and an uncompromised ride quality. The bike was introduced in India with the aim to targeting the youth who is looking for a power-packed naked bike at a worthy price.
The bike features a 249cc, liquid-cooled, parallel twin engine which comes linked to a six-speed gearbox. The mill churns out a maximum power of 31.5bhp at 11000 rpm with a peak torque of 21 Nm at 10000 rpm. With the carbureted engine set up, the bike reaches a top speed of 170kmph.
This naked bike is bolted on a semi double cradle, high tensile steel frame and progress on 110/70-17” front and 140/70-17” rear tubeless tyres which come fitted to elegant black mag alloy wheels. Furthermore, it is configured with the suspension system, which comprises telescopic forks at the front and bottom link Uni-trak with gas charged mono-shock at the rear end. The fierce stopping power is provided by 290mm single disc brake with twin piston callipers at the front and 220mm disc brake with twin-piston calliper at the rear.
The front profile of the bike equipped with a twin triangular headlamp section with a small visor that provides the bike a naked look. The edgy tank shrouds fitted over the fuel tank that looks amazing along with the engine cowl. Furthermore, it also equipped with a split seat that adds hostility to its character. Talking about the rear, the motorcycle blessed with a hexagonal shaped tail lamp along with clear lens turn blinkers that look awesome.
The bike comes with an overall measurement of 2010 mm in length, 750 mm in width and 1020 mm in height along with a wheelbase of 1400 mm. Its minimum ground clearance sits at 145 mm which offers it a sporty The bike has a minimum ground clearance of 145mm that gives it a sporty attitude and good riding position. Apart from this, it has a neatly crafted huge fuel tank of 17 liters. The instrument cluster consists digital speedometer, analogue tachometer, digital twin trip meters and fuel gauge.
Design and Features
Kawasaki Z250 belong to the clan of some of the best-looking street motorcycle on the globe. Its front fascia furnished with a twin triangular headlamp section with a small visor which provides a perfect sight at nights. The fuel tank of the bike is neatly chiseled that offers a good and smooth riding experience rider and looks impressive. The manufacturer bestowed it with the well-padded split seat, which gives an excellent comfort to the rider as well as pillion. Coming towards to rear, the motorcycle equipped with a hexagonal shaped tail lamp and clear lens turn indicators, which enhance it looks and make it look even more appealing.
It has an overall body dimension of 2010 mm in length, 750 mm in width and 1020 mm in height along with a wheelbase of 1400 mm to ensure an agile and sharp handling. Its minimum ground clearance sits at 150 mm which promises a commendable safety around the corners. Expect these, it has a neatly designed huge fuel tank of 17 liters. Furthermore, its instrumentation includes digital speedometer, analogue tachometer, digital twin trip meters and fuel gauge.
Engine and Performance
The bike is propelled by a 249cc, liquid-cooled, parallel twin engine that comes mated to a six-speed transmission gearbox. The mill generates a net power of 32PS at 11000rpm along with a peak torque of 21 Nm at 10000rpm. With a compression ratio of 11.6:1, the engine has a bore x stroke ratio of 62 mm x 41.2 mm.
Braking and Handling
It is constructed on a semi double cradle, high tensile steel frame and moves proudly on 110/70-17” front and 140/70-17” rear tubeless tyres which come fitted to stylish black mag alloy wheels. The bike has been blessed with fierce stopping power that is provided by 290mm single disc brake with twin piston callipers at the front and 220mm disc brake with twin- piston calliper at the rear. The suspension duties are carried out impressively with the help of telescopic forks at the front and bottom link Uni-trak with gas charged mono-shock at the rear.
Safety and Features
Kawasaki Z250 has been equipped with twin triangular headlamp section with a small visor that offers a brighter beam of light and ensures perfect view at nights. The braking duties are carried out by 290mm single disc brake with twin piston callipers at the front and 220mm disc brake with twin-piston calliper at the rear. The braking system of the bike gets enhanced, refined and responsive with the incorporation of a high-performance ABS unit to the package. All the above mentioned features make Kawasaki Z250 a proper naked super sports that are well efficient of conquering the streets effortlessly.
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