Kawasaki took the wraps of their naked streetbike the Z250 at the ongoing 2013, Tokyo Motor show. Yesterday we saw the other Japanese two wheeler manufacturer Yamaha unveiled their R25 concept, which is basically a 250 cc premium sportsbike that we all Indians were waiting eagerly. Now Kawasaki unveiled their 250 cc contender the Z250 which is actually the smaller version of the mighty Z 1000.

This particular motorcycle is powered by the 249 cc, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled, fuel injected four-stroke engine which generates somewhere around 32 to 35 bhp of power. It is built around a diamond type steel frame and is fitted with telescopic fork suspension at its front and a monoshock suspension at the rear. It also has disc brakes at both its front and rear which will give it a better stopping power.

Kawasaki phased out the Ninja 250R from India and instead brought the bigger Ninja 300. Perhaps Kawasaki might think of bringing in the Z250 in India and offer it as an entry level premium motorcycle.

We really don’t have huge information about the Z250 currently but we will definitely update you with all the information as soon as we hear some official announcements from Kawasaki stable about the Z250.

Source: Autocar India

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