Kawasaki to unveil Ninja125 and Z125 models at Intermot 2018

 Kawasaki to unveil Ninja125 and Z125 models at Intermot 2018

KAWASAKI has uncovered its two new student legitimate cruisers for 2019, just about a year subsequent to reporting the models at EICMA 2017.

The Japanese producer is joining its partners in furnishing two lively 125s with looks intensely propelled by its bigger ‘Sugomi’- styled execution models. The Ninja 125 or Z125 share a solitary barrel, water-cooled motor making 14.8hp, with a run of the mill Kawasaki high revving top end. These units are housed in a smooth tubular trellis outline, like that of the supercharged H2.

2019 Kawasaki Ninja 125

Ninja 125

While the Z125 flaunts the forceful bare searches for which the Z mark is known, the Ninja flaunts a smooth outline and designs motivated by Jonathan Rea’s three-time WorldSBK winning Ninja ZX-10RR. As indicated by examine directed by Kawasaki, plan and styling were the best need with potential proprietors, thus these two beautiful sportsbikes are probably going to go down a treat.

Both brag a bigger street nearness that your run of the mill 125, however join that with low, open seat statures – the Z is at 815mm, while the Ninja’s seat sits at 785 mm.

2019 Kawasaki Z 125

Z125

They will show a commendable rivalry to Suzuki’s GSX-R125 and GSX-S125 models and Honda’s CBR125R and CB125R models, also the incalculable Chinese duplicates.

Preliminary technical specification

Ninja 125 *
Maximum power: 11.0 kW {15 PS}
L x W x H: 1,935 x 685 x 1,075 mm
Tyre, front: 100/80-17M/C 52S
Tyre, rear: 130/70-17M/C 62S
Seat height: 785 mm
*Target figures subject to final homologation

Z125 *
Maximum power: 11.0 kW {15 PS}
L x W x H: 1,935 x 740 x 1,015 mm
Tyre, front: 100/80-17M/C 52S
Tyre, rear: 130/70-17M/C 62S
Seat height: 815 mm
*Target figures subject to final homologation


Source : Kawasaki Europe

Akash Dolas

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