The Kawasaki ZX-25R has been unveiled, the most powerful 250cc motorcycle yet?

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We had heard news of Kawasaki developing the new ZX-25R in the past and now, at the ongoing Tokyo Motor Show, the manufacturer has showcased this motorcycle. Parked near the Z H2, the ZX-25R does look very cool and like usual Kawasaki fare, it comes with sporty styling elements.

This motorcycle features Kawasaki’s new design language similar to the ZX-6R and Ninja 400. However, the ZX-25R does get a sharper tail. It comes with a Showa SFF-BP fork and a back-link rear suspension. It also gets Kawasaki Traction Control, Kawasaki Quick Shifter and power modes.

Powering this Kwacker is a 249cc, inline-4, DOHC, liquid-cooled powerplant. The company hasn’t revealed the power and torque figures yet but it could produce upwards of 50 HP. The pricing of the Kawasaki ZX-25R will be far from attractive though and it might not even be launched in India, but in global markets it will rival the Honda CBR250RR.

2020 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R

– Gets a 249cc, inline-4, DOHC engine
– Expected to be priced a bit high
– Will rival the Honda CBR250RR

Kawasaki ZX-25R Revealed
The ZX-25R gets some styling inspiration from the Ninja 400 and ZX-6R
Kawasaki ZX-25R Brakes
The motorcycle comes with Showa SFF-BP fork
Kawasaki ZX-25R Specs
It is powered by a 249cc, inline-4-cylinder engine
Kawasaki ZX-25R Suspension
The ZX-25R gets a horizontal back-link rear suspension