Kawasaki Z250 Review
The most classy, aggressive and muscular Kawasaki Z250 is the third offering from the company Kawasaki after the launching of Z1000 in the country. The manufacturer introduced the bike in the Indonesian market to target the youth who is looking for a powerful naked bike at a feasible price. The bike is equipped with a powerful engine of 249cc, 4 strokes, liquid-cooled, parallel twin engine that generates a decent amount of power of 32 PS at 11000 rpm and the peak torque of 21 Nm at 10000 rpm. The front profile of the bike blessed with a twin triangular headlamp section along with a small visor that looks so alluring from the outside.
Kawasaki launched its most awaiting Kawasaki Z250 in the Indonesian market and got a positive response from the customers too. Furthermore, in terms of braking the bike is configured with 290mm single disc brake with twin piston callipers at the front and 220mm disc brake with a twin-piston calliper at the rear that offers efficient braking and prevents the vehicle from skidding while driving on a rough terrain.
In terms of appearance the front fascia of the bike is embellished with a twin triangular headlamp section along with a small visor that provides a clear vision in the dark and looks more appealing from the outside. Apart from that the bike has a length of around 2010 mm and the width of 750 mm and the height is 1025 mm. It also has a larger wheelbase of 1400 mm that offers superior ride quality to the rider as well as pillion.
Engine, Economy and Performance:
The bike is equipped with a powerful engine of 249cc, 4 strokes, liquid-cooled, parallel twin engine that generates a decent amount of power of 32 PS at 11000 rpm and the peak torque of 21 Nm at 10000 rpm. With a compression ratio 11.3:1 the engine has a bore * stroke ratio of 62 mm x 41.2 mm.
Talking about the handling, Kawasaki Z250 is equipped with 37 mm telescopic forks at the front and 5-way adjustable gas charged mono shock at the rear. The bike comes up with the tyre size of 110/70-17 M in the front and 140/70-17 M in the rear tubeless tyres with stylish black mag alloy wheels.
Safety, Braking and Miscellaneous:
Kawasaki Z250 offers efficient braking of 290 mm petal disc brake with a twin-piston calliper at the front and 220mm disc brake with a twin-piston calliper at the rear that offer smooth riding and sense of security to the rider while at very high speed. The braking system of the bike gets improved, refined and responsive with the incorporation of a high-performance ABS. The twin triangular headlamp section with a small visor offers brighter beam of light which ensures perfect vision at night.
The Kawasaki Z250 appears to be a well balanced and sporty motorcycle which is definitely going to be a choice of those riders who wants the naked aggression of Kawasaki's popular Z famed motorcycle in a small and a feasible price.