Kawasaki ZX25R specs present some stonker numbers and no other quarter liter is even close. It even beats a lot of bigger engined bikes…
After a few months of delay due to COVID-19 related disruptions, Kawasaki finally launched its mighty ZX-25R in Indonesia on the 10th of this month. You can read our launch story here. In this article we are sharing the specifications of the ‘screamer’, as Kawasaki calls it.
Kawasaki ZX25R Specs
The all new Ninja ZX25R is powered by an in-line four-cylinder, liquid-cooled 249.8 cc DOHC engine, that produces whopping 50 PS of maximum power at 15,500 rpm. That further increases to 51 PS at the same rpm, with RAM air. It churns 22.9 Nm of peak torque at 14,500 rpm and the motor comes mated to a six-speed gearbox. This makes it the most powerful commercially produced 250cc motorcycle in the world from any popular maker.
The mini-supersports bike is suspended on a trellis frame made of high-tensile steel. It gets 37mm upside down telescopic forks at the front, while the rear has a horizontal back-link SWG, ARM suspension set-up.
The quarter liter rocket weighs 180 kg for the standard variant, while the special edition version tips the scale at 182 kg. It has a fuel-tank capacity of 15 liters. In terms of dimensions, the length of the motorcycle is 1,980 mm, while it is 750 mm wide. It comes with a wheelbase of 1,380 mm, with a ground-clearance of low 125 mm.
The bike runs on 110/70 tyre at front, and 150/60 tyre at the rear – both 17 inchers. The wheels come equipped with a single 310 mm disc at the front and 220 mm disc at the rear to handle the braking duties.
It has been priced between IDR 96,000,000 and IDR 112,900,000 (about 4.99 Lac to 5.86 Lac in INR) in Jakarta, Indonesia.
– Moin Ahmed