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New Color Kawasaki Z250 2022 More Elegant… »

  • Share – Right in August 2021, this time Kawasaki officially presented the latest Kawasaki Z250 2022 with an increasingly elegant appearance… The figure of a motorcycle naked The 250 cc class sport champion from Genk Ijo gets a touch of change like his older brother, the Kawasaki Z400 2022… His appearance looks calmer than the previous model which comes with a choice of bright colors…

Unfortunately, the 2022 model is only available in Japan… In fact, Kawasaki Japan will only start distributing this new color option in September 2021… Interestingly, this new model is only available in one color variant… Unlike the 2021 Kawasaki Z250, which comes with three variants. color…

Features of Kawasaki Z250 2021

Kawasaki Z250 2022 ...
Kawasaki Z250 2022

For the features of the Kawasaki Z250 2022, it is still the same as the previous year… This motorbike already uses headlamp aka the main lights and also the LED taillights… Unfortunately for the four turn signal lights they still use conventional bulbs… Here are some of the latest Kawasaki Z250 flagship features:

  • The use of full LED headlamp design
  • New speedometer design
  • The shorud tank section no longer uses the “katokan fairing”
  • Rear body like Ninja 250
  • New engine like the latest generation Ninja 250
  • LED taillights
  • New exhaust cylinder
  • Penggunaan assist and slipper clutch
  • New frame which is claimed to be lighter
  • New wheel and disc design

Specifications for Kawasaki Z250 2022

Likewise with the Kawasaki Z250 2022 specifications which are still the same as the 2021 generation… This motorbike is equipped with an engine with a capacity of 248 cc, 4 stroke, 2 cylinder, DOHC, 4 valve, and liquid cooled… This motor with a 4 speed transmission system is capable of generating power of 28 ,5 kW or about 39 PS at 12,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 23.5 Nm at 10,000 rpm… Here are the full specifications:

Front Suspension41 mm telescopic fork
Rear SuspensionBottom-Link Uni-Trak, gas-charged shock with adjustable preload
Front BrakeSingle semi-floating 310 mm petal disc
Rear brakeSingle 220 mm petal disc
Front Tire110/70-17 M/C 54H
Rear Tires140/70-17 M/C 66H
TypeLiquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin
Maximum Power28.5 kW {39 PS} / 12,500 rpm
Maximum Torque23.5 N.m {2.4 kgf.m} / 10,000 rpm
Diameter x Step62.0 x 41.2 mm
Volume Silinder249 cc
Valve SystemDOHC, 8 valves
Fuel SystemFuel injection: 32 mm x 2
Ignition SystemDigital
Compression Comparison11.6:1
Number of Transmission6-speed, return shift
Tipe System Final DriveChain

One thing that has been a bit of a drag on the Kawasaki Z250 from the past is the minus engine cowl… This makes the motor feel a bit hollow at the bottom of the machine… Even though when you put it on engine cowl like a motorbike naked today, of course, it will feel denser on the engine… The engine performance itself is not the most powerful in the 250 cc class, but it is quite enough for a 250 cc motorcycle…

Price of Kawasaki Z250 2022

Kawasaki Japan only presents one color variant, namely Metallic Spark Black / Metallic Matte Graphene Steel Gray… With a predominantly black color and a slight combination of gray on the sides. cover headlamp, shroud tanki fuel, and also the rear body… As a sweetener there is also a green striping on the part shroud tanki top and rear body, and a little on the front fender…

For the price of the 2022 Kawasaki Z250 in Japan, it is sold for 610,500 Japanese Yen or around 80.02 million Rupiah… With a note according to the exchange rate when this article was typed where 1 Yen is equivalent to 131.07 Rupiah… The price of motorbikes in Japan on average is more expensive when compared to the price motorcycles in Indonesia…

Unfortunately the Kawasaki Z250 since facelift in November 2018 ago it was not presented in Indonesia by Kawasaki Motor Indonesia (KMI)… Most likely the newest 2022 Kawasaki Z250 will also not be present in the country… Plus the motorcycle market share naked sport 250 cc class in Indonesia is very low… Even motorcycle users sport full fairing even seems to have started a little switch to matic 250 cc…

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