2021 ZX25R pics in all colors are shown on this page. The red color is probably the pick of the lot now…
The 2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX25R model has been launched in Indonesia. Being the only one in its category, ZX25R packs an inline-4 cylinder liquid-cooled 250cc engine. When this bike was first revealed by the Japanese automaker, it created a lot of hype.
As of now, Kawasaki is still limiting this mini superbike to a few markets. This 250cc lightweight supersport can be an efficient track machine as well as serve as a good daily rider.
The 2021 model gets fresh new liveries. The Standard version is available with only in Metallic Spark Black finish. Its Special Edition model now comes in Lime green/Pearl blizzard white, metallic graphene steel gray, and probably the most interesting Passion red/pearl blizzard white.
As we mentioned, the 2021 Kawasaki ZX25R continues in two variants – the standard non-ABS trim costs IDR 98,850,000 (~INR 5.10 Lac) and the Special Edition which comes with ABS is priced at IDR 116,000,000 which is converts to approximately INR 6 Lac.
5 Differences Between ZX-25R Standard Variant and the SE
There is no change to the engine and other mechanicals. It still delivers 51 PS with RAM air intake at 15,500 RPM while delivering a peak torque of 22.9 Nm at 14,500 RPM.
The screaming quarter liter weighs 182 kg. Interestingly, that is more than the Ninja 400. The ZX25R is equipped with 37mm USD forks from Showa with Separate Function Fork-Big Piston at the front. At the rear, 250cc supersports gets a backlink gas-charged shock absorber with spring preload adjustability.
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The 2021 ZX25R continues with a 310 mm radially mounted single disc brake with four pistons at the front and a 220 mm single rotor with a single caliper at the rear wheel.
To keep this nimble 250cc track-ready Kawasaki has laced the ZX25R with Assist and Slipper Clutch, Quickshifter (which the Japanese maker calls as Kawasaki Quick Shift), Traction control, Electronic Throttle valves, and Power modes.
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The brand has not introduced the ZX25R in India yet and unfortunately, it doesn’t look like there are any plans as of now. The new Ninja 300 BS6 continues to form the entry into the Kawasaki’s fold…
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