New Colours For The 2022 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R, Launched In Indonesia
Modified On Jun 13, 2021 09:56 AM By Jehan Adil Darukhanawala
The colour update was once again brought to the Indonesian market first
- There are four new colours for the baby Kwacker, including the latest KRT edition.
- No other changes to report on the bike.
- It still remains a frighteningly expensive 250cc bike.
Kawasaki has decided to spruce up the Ninja ZX-25R for the forthcoming model year with four new colour shades to choose from. The quarter-litre technological phenomenon has had the world drooling over it with these fresh new colours amping up its appeal.
Like last year, the new colours of the Ninja ZX-25R have first made their way to Indonesia. The standard variant now arrives in Metallic Spark Black while the SE version, the one with a bi-directional quickshifter as standard, can be availed in either Lime Green / Pearl Blizzard White (also known as KRT colours), Metallic Matte Graphene Steel Gray / Metallic Spark Black or Passion Red / Pearl Blizzard White. In the last shade, the bike does look a bit too much to handle and is certainly a deviation from what we’ve usually seen from Kawasaki.
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Indonesian enthusiasts will continue to enjoy the perks of the 249.8cc inline four-pot mill which maxes out 51PS and 22.9Nm, both figures produced at alarmingly high rpms. It comes loaded to the brim with top-spec features and components like traction control, ride modes, adjustable suspension, front radial brake caliper, and a bi-directional quickshifter (SE variant only).
Naturally, this baby Ninja costs a bomb. The SE variant costs 116,000,000 IDR, which equates to around Rs 5.97 lakh, and that’s without Indian customs and duties levied. Just to put things into perspective, you could get the Ninja 650 for roughly Rs 60,000 more. Hence, it is wise of Kawasaki India not to bring this bike here. Nevertheless, we would still like to have a go on it, perhaps around a race track like the MMRT where this baby can sing its heart out.