Team Green has re-entered the off-road world with their new KX250X model, a 250cc four-stroke bike that will serve as their off-road competition bike.
The Kawasaki KX250X is known for its famous simplicity of use and strong pulling power thanks to its all-249cc engine, which is lighter, more compact, and has greater influence across the rev range.
The slimmer body with enhanced ergonomics for more control makes the ride more blissful. Despite the terrain, KX250X stands and performs exceptionally well, thus giving more confidence to the rider.
Most of the design of the KX250X was created from scratch; however, it takes certain ideas from already existing motors.
The top end utilizes finger-followers between the valves and the cams to increase leverage and lift.
The extruded, forged, and cast components that make up the perimeter frame are lightweight and extruded. To provide light handling and traction, it is said that this offers the ideal balance of frame rigidity.
Riders can go as far as they like, thanks to the fuel tank’s flatter top shape.
The single-piece radiator shrouds, which aid in keeping the motorbike as small as possible, add to the motorcycle’s overall sense of slimness.
Kawasaki KX250X comes in one color option:
Kawasaki KX250X has one variant:
The Kawasaki KX250X sports a 249cc liquid-cooled four-stroke single engine that produces little under 40 HP power and slightly more than 24 Nm of torque.
Kawasaki KX250X has smooth-functioning finger-follower valve actuation. The electric start feature makes starting the engine easy with a push of a button.
The new KX250X is more attractive because of its dual injectors and coned disc-spring hydraulic clutch. A coned disc-spring hydraulic clutch offers a direct feel, light lever action, and consistent performance.
A sleek, lightweight chassis, similar to the one found on the KX250 motocross bike, allows for light and agile handling. A balanced aluminum perimeter frame that allows for thin ergonomics helps to keep the overall weight low.
Launch Control Mode allows riders to reach the bike’s controls readily. The Kawasaki KX250X is given a vintage KX series touch with a motocross ECU that can be adjusted in KX series fashion.
The bike has F21″/R18″ wheels and enduro-style tires, which give it the ideal finishing touch.
ERGO-FIT adjustable handlebar and footpeg settings are available for the rider’s comfort. The Kawasaki includes extra features, including a skid plate, a side stand, and a Renthal Fatbar in factory style.
The bike has an 18-inch rear wheel, Dunlop AT81 tires, a kickstand, a skid plate, and a rear disc guard. Kawasaki switches its EFI maps via the coupler system.
Accordingly, the ECU has three maps that may get switched between by switching electrical connectors.
The Kawasaki KX250X includes a 5-speed, return shift transmission and a wet multi-disc manual clutch.
The KX250X has a front suspension of a 48mm inverted telescopic coil with adjustable compression and rebound damping. At the rear, the suspension duties are performed by a new uni Trak with adjustable dual-range (high and low speed) compression damping, adjustable rebound damping, and adjustable preload compression damping.
Large-diameter disc brakes provide powerful braking and a great degree of control.
A 270mm rotor in front and a 240mm rotor in the rear provide braking for the petal-type discs. The two-piston front caliper, the single-piston rear unit, the fore and aft master cylinders, and the remainder of the braking duties are handled by Nissin.
The Kawasaki KX250X costs $8,599, while the Yamaha YZ250FX costs $8,799.
A 249cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled engine powers the KX250X. A 250cc DOHC 4-stroke liquid-cooled engine powers the Yamaha YZ250FX.
The Kawasaki KX250X delivers under 40 HP, while the Yamaha YZ250FX makes 37.9 horsepower.
KX250X gets only offered in one color—lime green. While the Yamaha YZ250FX is available in blue/white.
The Kawasaki KX250X costs $8,599, while the Yamaha WR250F costs $8,899.
A 249cc liquid-cooled, four-stroke single engine powers the KX250X. A single, liquid-cooled, nikasil-coated cylinder engine of 250cc powers the Yamaha WR250F.
The Kawasaki KX250X delivers under 40 horsepower, while the Yamaha WR250F produces 35 horsepower.
The Yamaha WR250F is available in Team Yamaha Blue; however, the Kawasaki KX250X is available in lime green.
The cost of the Kawasaki KX250X is $8,599, and that of the GasGas EX 250 is $10,099.
A 249cc liquid-cooled four-stroke single engine powers the KX250X. On the other hand, powering the GasGas EX 250 is a 249cc 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine.
The Kawasaki KX250X delivers under 40 horsepower, while the GasGas EX 250 makes 39.3 horsepower.
Kawasaki KX250X is offered in one color—lime green, and the GasGas EX 250 comes in red.
The engine, suspension, and handling of the Kawasaki KX250X all scream passion. It is a great bike to ride and compete in because it enjoys being ridden swiftly and aggressively. It turned the bike into a competitive off-road GP racer with just a few minor adjustments.
The Kawasaki KX250X has a torque of 24 Nm.
Kawasaki KX250X has 5 Speed gears available.
The Kawasaki KX250X has 40 HP of power.
The Kawasaki KX250X has a curb weight of 230.2 lbs.
Options for the Kawasaki KX250X come in lime green.