Kawasaki Ninja 250 Special Edition ABS Review

Friday, May 6th 2016. | Kawasaki

The Kawasaki Ninja 250 has controlled the entry-level sportbike market in the US for years. The little Ninja 250, as a matter of fact, has long-been Kawasaki’s best-selling Ninja sportbike. Ever since its 1983 debut, the Ninja 250 has actually been a favorite for newbies and several knowledgeable bikers have warm memories of the little Ninja upon which they discovered how to use.

The Ninja 250 is powered by a high-revving Identical Twin, with moderate power numbers however quite capable performance on highways and also the freeway. The chassis features non-adjustable fork with pre-load flexible shock. The high fuel effectiveness of the Ninja 250 (most estimates placing MPG in the mid-60s) make it a suitable commuting bike.

For 25 years the Kawasaki Ninja 250 was relatively the same, but the 2008 version showcased a host of revisions. A spruce up of the Twin reputedly produces more torque and also the brand-new 17-inch wheels supply far better handling and more tire alternatives. Perhaps most visible adjustment, however, is the brand-new bodywork and styling upgrade, which makes the Ninja 250 look more like its senior Ninja siblings (the graphics are absent of the 250 moniker).

All-New Kawasaki Ninja 250 ABS equipped with a engine ability of 249 cc Energy Shot, 4-stroke, Air cooling, as well as mated to a 6 rate transmission. With this engine Automobile racing New Kawasaki Ninja 250 Scandal sheet ABS efficient in gushing out power gets to 23.5 kW 32 PS at 11,000 rpm with a torque of 21.0 Nm at 10,000 rpm.

Kawasaki Ninja 250

Specifications Kawasaki Ninja 250 Special Edition ABS
Type 4-Step / No, cooling water, two parallel
Maximum Power 23.5 kW {32 PS} / 11,000 RPM
Maximum torque 21.0 n-M {2.1 KGF-M} / 10,000 RPM
Cylinder Volume 249 cm3
Fuel System Fuel Injection System (o28 mm x 2) with Dual Throttle Valve
Ignition System Digital
Total Transmission 6-speed, return shift
Suspension Front 37 mm telescopic fork
Rear Suspension Uni-Trak Model System with Gas-Shock and 5-level adjustment
Brakes Front Single disc diameter of 290 mm with dual-piston calipers With ABS
Rear brakes Single disc diameter of 220 mm with dual-piston calipers With ABS
Tires Front 110 / 70-17 M / C (54s)
Rear tire 140 / 70-17 M / C (66s)
Length x Width x Height 2,010 x 715 x 1,110 mm
wheel axle distance 1,400 mm
Distance to Land 785 mm
Weight 174 kg (ABS model)
Fuel capacity 17 liters
Price Kawasaki Ninja 250 Special Edition ABS 62.500.000 IDR

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The Ninja 250’s status as a newbie install makes it a more popular used bike, as many biker’s create their skills aboard the Ninja 250 and also move on to a much more difficult ride. Therefore, the Ninja 250 holds its resale cost fairly well. Speaking of cost, the pre-2008 Ninja 250 retailed for $2999, conveniently the best deal on two wheels. The updated 2008 Ninja 250 R raised to $3499, yet still delivers an unbelievable bang for the buck.

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