It turns out that as we all expect, the Tokyo Motor Show 2019 exhibition in Japan will be the moment chosen by Kawasaki to release their next masterpiece product, the Kawasaki Ninja 250cc 4 cylinder, which we have been waiting for a long time.
At the 2019 TMS, Kawasaki also announced that their new motorsport has the same name as the previous version that had been discontinued, namely the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R 2020. This is what it looks like:
The first time we see it, it certainly will not be in accordance with the expectations of two wheels lovers. Maybe we would have thought if this bike would be as cool as Ninja H2 or as famous as the images rendering of well-known media that gossiped about it massively before the bike was released.
Overall the design carried by the Ninja 250cc 4-cylinder or Kawasaki ZX25R 2020 from the shape of the body, both the front, side fairing to the back of the body is almost similar to his brother, the Ninja 250cc and 400cc 2-cylinder. The difference may be in the front snout, the Kawasaki ZX25R 2020 has a scoop air hole which similar to his brother Ninja ZX-6R.
But if you look in more detail, it turns out that this Kawasaki Ninja 250cc 4-cylinder has quite a number of differences including some superior features that are all sophisticated and modern to support its performance and to match the name it carries to make it the best motorsport fairing in the 250cc class today. The following superior features:
LED headlamps and full digital speedometer
Trellis frame model
Upside down front suspension
Horizontal rear suspension
Banana aluminum swingarm
Underbelly model muffler
Front disc brakes with radial calipers
Traction control (KTRC)
Quick Shifter (KQS)
Power Mode and ABS brakes
In addition to features, the superiority of the Ninja ZX25R is in the engine specifications section by carrying a DOHC inline 4-cylinder engine, 16 valves, and liquid-cooled. Although this configuration is similar to a big-bike, this 4-cylinder bike has only 249cc engine size. Unfortunately for the power and torque, Kawasaki Japan has not announced it, but according to the information that is rolling, its power will reach more than 40 hp. You can see from the image below they (Kawasaki) did not reveal yet the full specification especially for power or torque:
For info on the price also has not been announced guys, in which country or region this motorbike be marketed in 2020? Still a question mark; it could be in Japan, Europe, America or maybe in Southeast Asia such as Indonesia and Thailand.
A few months after release in Japan today. For more detailed information I will tell in the next article, but here are some photo galleries detail of Ninja 250cc 4-cylinder which certainly makes you all curious isn’t it, let’s check these out: