Kawasaki Z250SL Review
Kawasaki Z250SL, the upcoming street fighter from is exciting the people of Indonesia. The people from other province are eagerly waiting for the same launch. The Kawasaki Z250SL, the stunning and fury street fighter is stylish on the exterior, but brutal at its heart made with 250 cc.
The naked Z250SL is a new candidate for the 250cc segment, which is just a fame for the Kawasaki. The Z250sl is a naked version of the Full faired Ninja 250sl. The date of launch is unrevealed, but the Kawasaki Z250SL is expected to be launched soon while the Yamaha FZ25, KTM and Honda launch its naked versions.
Outlook and design
The Z250SL is a naked version of full faired Ninja 250 SL, with the same characters to inspire the mind with the raw power output and sharp instincts. The Z250 SL looks dynamic at all angles and feels rapidity to explore the tracks due to its tall and well-built nature.
The trellis frame construction rewards the Kawasaki Z250SL lite on its foot for the bike’s manoeuvrability.
The Z250 SL construction announces its generation from where it has come. The front lowered, aggressive headlamp and the overall design just remember the z650 and z900. The bordered carbon fiber underneath the fuel tank continues to the side middle panel is astounding. Similar combination on the headlamp visor isolates the Z250 SL from its rivals.
The shrouds are designed cleverly to keep the air flow for engine temperature lowering. The sporty long exhaust, step-up seat and short rear fender are thumps up.
Kawasaki Z250SL Dimension
The Z250 SL measures about 1935 mm in length, which, while the addition of extra mm in length, can help the pillion rider to stay happy on long runs. The width of 700 mm and overall height of 1015 mm is comfortable to stay on the saddle. The total weight of 148 Kgs is special that the Z250 SL weight falls less compared to its rivals.
Engine and transmission
The power and acceleration are entirely dedicated to the engineering art of 249 cc, liquid cooled, 4-stroke, parallel twin engine, that opens the load of maximum power of 27.62 BHP at 9700 RPM and 22.6 NM at 8200 RPM of peak torque.
The double overhead camshaft (DOHC) engine powered by the EFI is mated with the six-speed gearbox for the instant gear transmission.
Kawasaki Z250SL Top speed and mileage
The top speed of the Kawasaki Z250SL is claimed to be 153 kmph and can bring slightly higher if the revving is hard and conditions are perfect. The mileage of the Z250 is expected to return 24-26 kmpl. The fuel tank capacity of 11 litres manages the Ninja to be ridden free on long runs.
The full LCD digital frames of the Z250SL keep the front panel updated and communicate with the rider with the decipherable display. The frame includes speedometer, tachometer, stand alarm, full digital fuel gauge, trip meters, low fuel indicators and even more.
The street fighter Z250SL is equipped with a 290 mm diameter single petal disk brake with dual-piston calipers at front, keeps the braking safe even when suddenly applied. The rear 220 mm diameters, single petal disk brake with dual-piston calipers is responsive and holds back the Kawasaki Z250SL to the safety zone.
The 37 mm telescopic forks at the front and 5-way preload adjustable monoshock with a uni-track linkage suspension at rear offer the rider a hassle free journey, even after facing many humps, pot holes and ridges on the roads.
The Z250 SL wears a 100/80- 17 M/C 52S tyres on its front foot and the rear wheel wears a 130/70-17M/C 62S sized tyres. The tyres measurement is fair enough on Ninja though the current competitors use extra fatty tyres.
The hexagonal shape alloy rims are new and interesting on Z250 SL, and can be cleaned easily after rides.
Kawasaki Z250SL colours
The awesome Z250SL is available in three colour, Orange, Green and Black.