Kawasaki Revealed The 2018 Ninja 250 at The Tokyo Motor Show

The rejuvenated Ninja 250 is better in terms of looks as well as performance

Yes folks! The Ninja 250 is back with a bang. After revealing the much anticipated Ninja 400 at the ongoing Tokyo Motor Show, Kawasaki unveiled the 2018 Ninja 250 at the premises. It is the rebirth of one of the feasible sportsbike featuring the legendary racing DNA. Interestingly, the Ninja 250 gets the design culture of the mighty H2R.

2018 Kawasaki Ninja 2018 Front

2018 Ninja 250 gets a slew of cosmetic upgrades. It gets a completely redesigned front end with a new fairing to improve the aerodynamics and aggressive looks. The sleek twin headlamp found in both the Ninjas 250 and 400 has been inspired from the Kawasaki Ninja H2R. Moreover, turn indicators are integrated within the fairings when compared to the previous model. Other visible changes include front USD forks, modified tail section with a larger cowl and redesigned taillight.

2018 Kawasaki Ninja 250 Rear

On moving to the exciting part, the 249cc mill delivers a mouthwatering 38.4 bhp of top power and 23.5 Nm of peak torque which is richer than the old 250R and pretty much closer to the current Ninja 300. From every aspect, the new Ninja 250 is astonishingly a superb machine with its aesthetic beauty and performance figures.

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Last updated on 20-12-2017. Published on 27-10-2017.
Published by Bikes4Sale in category New Bikes

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