Kawasaki Ninja 250R Review YouMotorcycle

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Kawasaki Ninja 250 R

Kawasaki Ninja 250R

You’ll need to go back a quarter century to the last era of when small, beginner motorcycles were this Ninja 250 is the right bike at the time. The Ninja’s 2008 has made it a good looking to with power to go beyond A to B.

are so many reasons for today’s hype in the 250cc sportbike Gas prices are soaring, the recession is over us, more great out there educating new riders on the of starting small. Whatever the the 250cc market is hot.

The reality is to update the baby while keeping a low price a few corners. The previous generation aluminum frame was replaced a steel frame.Kawasakiopted not to bring a Ninja 250R toNorth Horsepower is down a few ponies the previous generation.

Despite on differences and shortcomings versus the ZZR the new still has plenty going for it on the and that’s where it counts.

The Kawasaki Ninja 250R a lot like its bigger siblings, but has low seat height, comfortable ergonomics, with fair protection. In other words, the is a nice all around machine for

The real concern for people at a 250cc motorcycle is power, and the 250R does fine. The sized rider can comfortably 120 km/hr on the highway with to spare, pushing the bike to 150 although acceleration notices a decrease after 135 km/hr, like the similarly powered KYMCO Venox cruiser.

The is that you’ll need to those revs high. The is particularly weak on the low end and mid range doesn’t kick in until RPM. Performance can be greatly with Stage 2 kitting. is, throwing in a KN Performance Air Filter, 2 jet kits, and a Yoshimura exhaust we saw low end and midrange performance gains as the 250R comes too lean factory, likely to comply North American EPA regulations.

The parts for this modification are $500 in Canada, plus the of labor, but this modification is worth it to the new or veteran motorcyclist to keep his Ninja an extra few seasons and wanting just a more power and sound.

More on those RPMs, working hard, the bike seems overly buzzy. The light weight and smoothness is through the bike, again, like the KYMCO Venox happily put over 30,000 km on. The feels as though it benefits a rear disk brake the Venox . as well as having a gear, however both remain the only 250cc on the market that we recommend, over the Honda CBR-250R, GT-250R, and Suzuki’s TU-250 .

Readily available and beginner

Surprising performance and highway for a little parallel twin

Kawasaki Ninja 250 R

resale value

New “real look

Bike won’t below 3,000 RPM in stock

May still leave people in of a larger commuter wanting bike

May not be low enough for shorter

Step backwards from the Kawasaki Ninja ZZR-250

Peak torque too high up the

Kawasaki Ninja 250 R
Kawasaki Ninja 250 R
Kawasaki Ninja 250 R

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