Kawasaki is gearing up to make its brand viable to a lot more customers by introducing two bikes, the Z250 and the ER-6n in the Indian market.
Kawasaki has already hit the bulls eye with the Z800, Z1000 and ZX twins in the past few months. But these bikes are meant for the true-blue enthusiasts and they are not found in large numbers. The Z250 and the ER-6n though, will slot in at a lower price which will attract amateur and first time bikers to the brand.
Here is our detailed review of the Kawasaki ZX-14R.
This is what you would get if you strip the Ninja 650 to its bare minimum. Driving the bike is the same 649cc parallel twin liquid cooled engine as the Ninja. The fuel injected block belts out 71.1 bhp of power and 63.7 Nm of torque and uses a 6-speed gearbox to transfer the power.
The headlights are the distinguishable factor for the ER-6n and we must say, it does look good.
If you loved the Z800, you are definitely going to enjoy looking at the Z250. Calling it a stripped down ninja 250R, though true, does not do justice to marvelous design. The engine remains the same 249cc liquid cooled parallel twin with max power of 33 bhp and 21.6 Nm of max torque.
The pricing and other details for both the bikes will be revealed at the launch scheduled for the 16th of Oct.
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