Kawasaki Ninja 125
Complete details of the new Kawasaki Ninja 125
Kawasaki has launched the all new Ninja 125 in the European market. as usual it will be sold in European countries. the bike is now available in new color options and graphics. The ninja 125 is the smallest faired motorcycle from the Japanese brand. It has been in the market for a really long time now. So we are now going to tell you everything about the all new Ninja 125, In this quick first look review of the new Ninja 125 we will share the specs feature and mileage of the bike. we will try to share the complete details of the bike in terms of pricing, performance, and equipment.
Kawasaki Ninja 125
so here is a quick specs of the New Kawasaki Ninja 125
Model: Kawasaki Ninja 125
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Engine and transmission
Displacement: 125.00 ccm (7.63 cubic inches)
Engine type: Single cylinder, four-stroke
Power: 9.52 HP (6.9 kW)) @ 8000 RPM
Torque: 9.60 Nm (1.0 kgf-m or 7.1 ft.lbs) @ 7500 RPM
Bore x stroke: 56.0 x 50.6 mm (2.2 x 2.0 inches)
Fuel system: Injection
Fuel control: Single Overhead Cams (SOHC)
Cooling system: Liquid
final drive: Chain
Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels
Front suspension: Inverted fork
Rear suspension: Offset laydown single-shock with adjustable preload
Front tyre: 100/90-12
Rear tyre: 120/70-12
Front brakes: Double disc
Front brakes diameter: 200 mm (7.9 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes diameter: 185 mm (7.3 inches)
Physical measures and capacities
Weight incl. oil, gas, etc: 101.0 kg (222.7 pounds)
Seat height: 805 mm (31.7 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall height: 1,005 mm (39.6 inches)
Overall length: 1,700 mm (66.9 inches)
Overall width: 750 mm (29.5 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,175 mm (46.3 inches)
Fuel capacity: 7.40 litres (1.96 gallons)
Color options: Lime Green/Black
Factory warranty: 24 Months Unlimited Kilometres
The Ninja 125 and Z125 share a similar motor and gearbox. It's basically a sleeved-down 28bhp Z250SL engine, which implies it's hugely under-focused, if in any case traditional: four-valve, four-stroke single chamber, well over-square at 58.0mm x 47.2mm. With top force at 10,000rpm and top torque close by at 7700rpm, this recommends the Ninja 125 and Z125 will be fire up cheerful
The Ninja and Z125's engine isn't the smoothest unit – at around 7000rpm a bizarre symphonic reverberation shows up, similar to two sine waves connecting. A few times I thought I was being trailed by a squad car, alarms going. A discretionary Bolt end can improves the sound.
With the very same motor as the Ninja, you'd anticipate that the Z125 should display the very same presentation and believe, and it does. There's marginally less mechanical commotion than the Ninja; the sportsbike's fairing most likely intensifies the sound of a coffee mug estimated cylinder averaging 35mph ping-ponging to and fro over a two-inch hole. It's one of the impediments of a high-firing up motor instead of, state, Yamaha's under-square YZF-R125, which does what the Kawasaki does, just at lower rpms.chappies.
This is one of the Z125 and Ninja 125's large issue territories. The scramble, similar to the undercarriage, is lifted straight opposite the Z250SL and, all things considered, it's about as engaging as a block. Dull LCDs, no shading, and data restricted to rpm, speed and excursions – no fuel utilization, no normal paces and no rigging position indictor. Also, there's surely none of the Bluetooth combination you get with KTM's TFT run, or Aprilia's screen.