Kawasaki Z250 Full Bike Specification And Features

Kawasaki About:

Kawasaki is a Japanese public multinational corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of motorcycles, heavy equipment, aerospace, and defense equipment, rolling stock and ships. It is also active in the production of industrial robots, gas turbines, boilers and other industrial products. The company is named after its founder Shōzō Kawasaki and has dual headquarters in Chūō-Ku, Kobe and Minato, Tokyo.

KHI is known as one of the three major heavy industrial manufacturers of Japan, alongside  Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and IHI. Prior to World War II, KHI was part of the Kobe Kawasaki zaibatsu, which included Kawasaki Steel and Kawasaki Kisen. After the war, KHI became part of the DKB Group.


Kawasaki Z250 Review


Z250 is a naked sports bike from Kawasaki which is specially crafted for International markets like India. It is an entry-level premium naked sports bike which is now officially available in India for INR 3.09 lakhs (ex-showroom New Delhi). Let’s get into the detailing of this bike.

Variant Name Kawasaki Z250
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) INR 3.08 Lakh
On-Road Price (Delhi) INR 3.43 Lakh (Approx.)
Mileage 20-25 kmpl (Approx.)
Type Naked
Shades Green, Black, Red
Current Status Available
Official Tagline The Aggressive SuperNaked
Warranty 2 Years/30,000 Kms

Design and Style

Z250 belongs to the premium Z series of Kawasaki bikes and it borrows the head-turning design from its elder siblings like Z800 and Z1000. The deep positioned face and sharp side fairing of Z250 resembles a lot of its elder siblings. The V-shaped front styling of Z250 features its edgy headlight and compact tinted visor with clear lens indicators on both sides. The sharp front cowl also complements the designing of this bike. It has a short front fender which looks dynamic with noticeable lines on it.

The design of its black colored alloy wheels and disc plates is similar to the full fairing version of this bike, Ninja 250. The bike features tank shrouds which further get extended into V-shaped side fairing. The exposed black finished engine and side panel suits the color scheme on this bike. The elongated fuel tank nicely merges into the split seat of Z250. The up-swept muffler and rear cowl further enhance the visual appearance of this bike.

The rear cowl also features its full size LED tail light while its short rear fender carries the clear lens side indicators and number plate. The fatty rear tire and naked chain add muscularity to this bike while the gap between its rear tire and cowl gives it the true essence of a street bike.

Technical Specification Of Kawasaki Z250

0-100 kmph 8.20 secs
Top Speed 165 kmph
Mileage (City) 20 kmpl
Mileage (Highway) 25 kmpl
Mileage (Combined) 22 kmpl
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Analogue
Trip Meter Digital-2
Fuel Gauge Digital
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Pass Light
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Frame/Chassis Semi-double cradle, High-tensile steel
Rake 26°

Tyre Size, Shades and Variants

The bike has 17 inches alloy wheels. Kawasaki may launch a single variant of this bike in three different colors.

Instrument Console

The bike features a combined analog-digital instrument console which can also be seen in the new Ninja 250R. The bike has an analog tachometer with all essential indicators placed around it. The yellow colored LCD features digital speedometer, odometer, clock, 2-trip meter, and fuel gauge.

Engine and Gearbox

The twin cylinder, the liquid-cooled  249cc BS4 engine of Ninja 250R makes its way to this bike. This 4-stroke, DOHC engine pumps out a power output of 31.5 bhp at 11000 rpm. The maximum torque output of 21 Nm is accessible at 10000 rpm. This bike is equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox with one gear down and five gears up-shift pattern.

Other Technical Specification Of  Kawasaki Z250

Displacement 249 cc
No. of Cylinders 2
No. of Gears 6
Maximum Power 31.5 Bhp @ 11000 rpm
Maximum Torque 21 Nm @ 10000 rpm
Engine Description 249cc, DOHC, 2-cylinder, 4-stroke
Cooling Liquid Cooling
Fuel System Fuel injection: ø28 mm x 2 (Keihin)
Ignition TCBI with Digital Advance
Compression Ratio 11.6:1
Bore 62 mm
Stroke 41.2 mm
Cylinder Configuration Parallel Twin
Fuel Type Petrol
Bharat Stage IV (BS4)
Clutch Wet Multi-Disc, Manual
Driveline O-ring chain
Front Brake 290mm Single disc, Hydraulic, Two-piston calipers
Rear Brake 220mm Single disc, Two-piston calipers
Front Suspension 37mm Hydraulic Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension Bottom-link Uni-Trak with 5-way Adjustable Preload
Front Wheel Travel 119 mm
Rear Wheel Travel 130 mm
Front Tyre 110/70-17
Rear Tyre 140/70-17
Wheel Type Black Mag Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Overall Length 2010 mm
Overall Width 750 mm
Overall Height 1025 mm
Ground Clearance 145 mm
Seat Height 785 mm
Wheelbase 1400 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 168 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 17 litres

Acceleration and Performance

Kawasaki Z250 is lighter than its full fairing variant as a result of which it feels on the faster side. The bike reaches 0-100km/hr in less than 7 seconds. The DOHC engine offers you strong high-speed performance with high level of refinement. The bike lacks any type of vibration and harshness when revving hard. In fact, this engine has been designed to give you strong mid and high range.

The power arrives at 11000 rpm which is quite enjoyable on highways. The smooth gearbox Z250 comes with tall gear ratios which work effectively. It can easily cross the speed mark of 150km/hr in its second gear. The instant throttle reaction makes it faster than other naked bikes. It feels best around 8000 rpm in its sixth gear.

The bike avoids frequent gear shifts on highways but requires some effort from you in the city to maintain its momentum. The light clutch and gearbox Z250 add right feel to the ride of this bike. The engine sound keeps on increasing with its speed but never feels disturbing.


You can expect anything around 20-25km/ltr.

Comfort while Driving

The low positioned handlebar and rear set foot pegs to give you sporty riding posture on this bike. The road visibility is quite clear and you will also enjoy the clear view of the instrument panel. The highly fabricated seat can hold you for hours comfortably.

The slim fuel tank of this bike offers nice space to your inner thighs which gives you the stronghold on this bike around corners. The compact handlebar of Z250 provides firm palm grip and stays vibration less at high speeds.

Storage Space and Safety Features

The naked bike lacks any type of storage space. Its pass button and powerful headlights are its vital safety features.

Suspension and Brakes

The bike shares its suspension and braking system with Ninja 250R. It also features hydraulic telescopic forks of 37mm at its front and swing arm with gas charged mono shock absorber at the back. Z250 has a front disc brake of 290mm and single rear disc brake of 220mm. These are both petal disc brakes for advanced braking.

Ride and Handling

The bike is based on the same platform of Ninja 250R but feels completely different in terms of ride and handling. The short handlebar feels more convenient and offers light handling. The bike feels exceptionally confident around sharp corners thanks to its wheelbase of 1400mm. You can easily steer this bike through city traffic as it follows your command properly.

The bike has a high ground clearance which makes it easy for you to turn this bike around corners at slow speeds. The strong suspension system also digests potholes easily and gives you the confidence to take this bike off-road. It can cross most of the obstructions easily and enjoys solid road grip thanks to its fatty tubeless tires.

The bike handles brilliantly off road and keeps you away from any type of stress. The petal discs give you the complete sense of control on this bike. With precise braking and light handling, it’s a perfect city runner.

Source: autos.max about And wikipedia.org.

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