Kawasaki KLX230, a dual sport dirt bike maintaining its charisma, is perfect for novice riders and experienced adventurer lovers. This agile bike is designed for both on and off-road riding, giving a thrilling experience.
Its revamped chassis and technology make it compatible with high altitudes and temperatures, making it a darling dual sport dirt bike. Be it high-altitude trails or paved streets; it can perform steadily.
Its lightweight perimeter and powerful engine increase maneuverability and thrill for dual sport-riding, and its versatility for the path makes it unique in the market.
A more aggressive off-road sport riding performance and excellent stability on low friction surfaces make it suitable for new and seasoned riders.
This motorbike’s design has been upgraded to make it novice-friendly. The Kawasaki KLX230 has a more compact LED headlight with a plastic casing.
The front fender also underwent some styling changes to complement the look, thus giving the motorbike an overall sportier look.
The bike’s chassis has not changed; it still has a lightweight steel perimeter frame. It has a full-size 21 inches and 18 inches of wheels with IRC trail tires, and these tires help in a smooth transition between on and off-road adventures.
With the help of sleek ergonomics, this bike is perfect for dirt trails and paved streets with utmost stability.
Kawasaki KLX230 is available in three variants:
Kawasaki KLX230 is available in one color:
Kawasaki KLX230 S and Kawasaki KLX230 ABS are available in two colors:</p>
The Kawasaki KLX230 is powered by an air-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke 233 cc engine. The engine is small, manageable, and easy to use, making it perfect for new riders. This SOHC engine has a compression ratio of 9:4:1.
KLX 230 gets equipped with an LCD instrument panel, fuel speedometer, odometer, and clock for the rider’s ease. It has a fuel capacity of 2 gallons and a 32 mm throttle body.
With the help of an electric start and fuel injection feature, it offers a trouble-free start, so despite the high altitude or high temperatures, it provides a smooth ride.
It also has a powerful 60/55 W halogen headlight. When riding in the mud, ABS may get turned off using a switch on the left side of the handlebar.
With the help of new ECU settings, the power delivery at high altitudes increases, and the throttle response is sharper in cold weather. It has low to midrange torque, perfect for trail riding and TCBI ignition with electronic advance.
The Kawasaki KLX230 has a six-speed transmission speed accompanied by a wet multi-disc manual clutch.
At the front, it has a 37mm telescopic fork as its front suspension. The rear suspension has a Uni track linkage system with a single shock absorber and an adjustable spring preload. It easily absorbs bumps and improves rider comfort and control on rugged terrain.
Regarding the braking system, the front brakes of KLX230 consist of a single 240mm petal disc with a dual-piston caliper. On the other hand, for rear brakes, it has a 220mm petal disc with a single-piston caliper.
Kawasaki KLX230’s starting price is $ 4,999, but the Yamaha XT250’s pricing is $5,299, which is comparatively more expensive.
Kawasaki KLX230 and its variants are available in two colors: Battle Gray and Lime Green. Yamaha XT250 is available in just one color, which is Radical Gray.
Kawasaki KLX230 gets powered by a 233cc fuel-injected four-stroke, air-cooled engine, while a 249 cc air-cooled four-stroke engine powers Yamaha XT250.
Compared to the 2 gallons of the Kawasaki KLX230, the Yamaha XT250’s fuel tank can contain up to 2.5 gallons.
A Kawasaki KLX230 can travel at a high speed of 78 mph, whereas Yamaha XT250 can attain a top speed of 75 mph.
Kawasaki KLX230 has three available variants: Kawasaki KLX230, Kawasaki KLX230 S, and Kawasaki KLX S ABS, while the Yamaha XT250 is available in one variant.
Kawasaki KLX230’s starting price is $ 4,999, but the Honda CRF300L’s pricing is $5,349, which is comparatively more expensive.
Kawasaki KLX230 and its variants are available in two colors: Battle Gray and Lime Green. In contrast, Honda CRF300L is available in just one Red color.
Kawasaki KLX230 gets powered by a 233cc fuel-injected four-stroke, air-cooled engine, while a 286 cc liquid-cooled four-stroke engine powers Honda CRF300L.
Compared to the 2 gallons of the Kawasaki KLX230, the Honda CRF300L’s fuel tank can contain up to 2.1 gallons.
A Kawasaki KLX230 can travel at a high speed of 78 mph, whereas Honda CRF300L can attain a top speed of 80 mph.
Kawasaki KLX230 has three available variants: Kawasaki KLX230, Kawasaki KLX230 S, and Kawasaki KLX S ABS. Honda CRF300L is available in two variants: Honda CRF300L and Honda CRF300L ABS.
The Kawasaki KLX230, with its agile sports performance, is built to explore the unknown path. Be it novice riders or experienced riders with exceptional adaptability, it performs well both on and off the road.
The lightweight chassis and single air-cooled engine let the motorbike work in different temperatures and altitudes. Its ability to deliver low-mid range torque gives it an upper hand among its competitors in the market. This dirtbike is set to make one’s trail journey fun and adventurous.
The price range for Kawasaki KLX230 S (non-ABS) starts from $4999, and the price range for Kawasaki KLX230 S(ABS) starts from $5299. The special and limited edition motorbikes released in 2022 Kawasaki KLX230 SE start from $4999.
Kawasaki KLX230’s starting price is $4949, but the Honda CRF300L’s pricing starts at $5,349, which is comparatively more costly. Kawasaki KLX230 has a 233 cc four-stroke engine that is liquid-cooled, while Honda CRF300L has a 286 cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine.
The top speed that can be achieved by this bike is 78 mph.
For the 2023 model, Kawasaki has launched Kawasaki KLX230, Kawasaki KLX230 S(ABS), and Kawasaki KLX230(non-ABS).
Kawasaki KLX230 and its variants are powered by a 233 cc fuel-injected, air-cooled single-cylinder engine perfect for low to mid-range power.