The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R features traction control, riding modes, and a quick-shifter. And it’s a 250cc bike
The small-displacement class just got more interesting. And loud!! Kawasaki shows the Ninja ZX-25R. A 250cc, inline-four bike that revs up to 17,000 RPM. Here are some details and photos.
Kawasaki seems to add the cool factor to the small displacement bike market. Meet the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R! The motorcycle comes with traction control, riding modes, and a quick-shifter. These are features we don’t see on a 250cc bike.
The engine is a 250cc inline-four capable of revving up to 17,000 RPM. No news on the power output at the moment. The Kawasaki Ninja 400 makes 45hp and rumours has it that the Ninja ZX-25R power figure will be around 50hp. Following the Kawasaki H2 line, the engine is fitted in a tubular steel trellis frame. At the front, the bike has a Showa SFF-BP fork with a single radial-mounted brake caliper.
We will have to wait and see when Kawasaki will officially launch the Ninja ZX-25R as a production model. Most likely the bike will come to Asian markets first before heading to the European bike market.