Kawasaki Z250 Removed from the Official Website; Z400 Expected Soon

Kawasaki Z250 Removed from the Official Website; Z400 Expected Soon

Kawasaki Z250 was not selling in good numbers from the past few months and according to some of the authorized dealers, the motorcycle was discontinued earlier this year. The brand has now finally removed the Z250 from the official website to make way for the all-new Kawasaki Z400. According to some of the reports, the brand may launch the Z300 as a replacement, but we feel that Z400 makes more sense as it is powered by a powerful 399cc 2-cylinder engine, which is good for 49 HP of maximum power and 38 NM of maximum torque. But if the brand has plans to make Z300 the most-affordable Kawasaki motorcycle for the Indian market, they may launch the Z300 for INR 2.70 lakh, undercutting the Ninja 300 by INR 28,000. [caption id="attachment_511677" align="aligncenter" width="700"]Kawasaki Z250 Kawasaki Z250 Removed from the Official Website[/caption] Kawasaki Z250 was available for INR 3.11 lakh before being discontinued in India. The bike was powered by a 249cc 2-cylinder engine, which generates 31.5 BHP of maximum power at 11,000 rpm and 21 NM of maximum torque at 10,000 rpm. The engine was mated to a 6-speed gearbox. If we talk about the design of the upcoming Z400, the motorcycle features the Sugomi design lines but clearly shows how part sharing was the primary purpose of Kawasaki. Taking a look at both the Ninja 400 and Z400 side by side, one can spot similar fuel tank, fenders, and exposed frame before the rear seat. [caption id="attachment_511678" align="aligncenter" width="700"]Kawasaki Z400 Kawasaki Z400 Expected to Launch in India Soon[/caption] The brand has worked on getting an impressive fuel tank extension, equally impressive headlight, and the smallest possible visor for the streetfighter. The handlebar is different, focused at relaxed riding and the motorcycle gets a different set of rear view mirrors. The radiator is also visible in the Kawasaki Z400. Kawasaki recently also unveiled the new model of the Z250 in Thailand, which is based on the Z400. But as we mentioned earlier, higher chances are that we will be getting the new Z400 and it is expected to get an ex-showroom price tag of around INR 4.70 lakh as the full-faired Ninja 400 is now priced at INR 4.99 lakh, after getting a recent price hike in India. [caption id="attachment_506040" align="aligncenter" width="850"]Kawasaki Ninja Sports Bikes Price List Kawasaki Ninja Sports Bikes Price List in India [UPDATED][/caption]

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Most Popular Answers for Kawasaki Z250
What is the price of Kawasaki Z250?
2022-12-29 06:11:11 AM
The Kawasaki Z250 is one of the best looking bikes in the market. It is quite comfortable for everyday commuting and long-distance touring. There are features such as ABS and slipper clutch on the Z250. The price for the Kawasaki Z250 starts from INR 3.08 lakh (ex showroom).
Does Kawasaki Z250 SL and Z250 comes with ABS in India?
2022-12-29 05:56:52 AM
Kawasaki Z250 SL is not available in India, when launched it is expected to be available in 2 variants – non-ABS and with ABS. Kawasaki Z250 is not equipped with ABS and as of now Kawasaki has no plans to launch the Z300 in India. The next big launches from Kawasaki India are Ninja ZX-6R, Vulcan S and Z250SL.
Does Kawasaki Z250 SL and Z250 comes with ABS in India?
2022-12-29 05:57:10 AM
The  currently available Z250 is not available with ABS whereas both the expected models(Z250 SL and Z300) would come in non ABS and ABS versions. The 250 cc twin cylinder motorcycle will be discontinued  with the launch of other two bikes, which will compete against single cylinder 250 cc and twin cylinder 300 cc street bikes. ABS would be mandatory on these machines in less than 2 years and most of the manufacturers will get ABS installed on their latest additions to the market. The 250 cc Z250 SL will cost around INR 1,95,000 whereas the twin cylinder Z300 will be for INR 3,25,000.  Both the bikes carry an aggressive stance with a typical Kawasaki feel to them.
Which one is better - Yamaha MT-25 or Kawasaki Z250?
2022-12-29 05:47:35 AM
Yamaha MT-25 is a much better bike than Kawasaki Z250. It wins over nearly all the aspects, with its twin cylinder engine producing 35.5 BHP as compared to 26 BHP, 1-cylinder engine of the Z250. It also comes with a much better running dynamics and a much appealing design. Its dual colored body paint looks better than the ideal Kawasaki paint scheme. The MT25 comes with a lower seat height, which facilitates the short riders in everyday riding. The MT-25 is expected to be INR 30,000 costly than its rival, but its performance stats justify the numbers very easily.

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