The much-anticipated 2021 Kawasaki Ninja 250 has been recently revealed. 2021 Kawasaki Ninja 250 made its debut a while ago, but you can only have one in Japan at the moment. Along with the standard variant, the Japanese bike manufacturer has also added a special edition KRT to the lineup. Kawasaki Ninja 250 is not likely to make a way to Nepal anytime soon, however, Kawasaki would surely earn praises if it introduces this edition of Ninja. For now, the quarter-litre Ninja is only available in Japan. The Ninja 250 is one of the few motorcycles left in the quarter-liter category.
For 2021, the only new aspect of the Ninja 250 is the color schemes. The motorcycle will be available in two colours – Metallic Carbon Gray and KRT edition. The rest of the bike remains identical to the previous model. Speaking of features, the bike has an LED headlight unit, a semi-digital instrument cluster with a gear position indicator and kick indicators at the front. Braking is achieved by a 310mm semi-floating petal disc at the front and a 220mm petal disc at the rear. Two-channel ABS comes as a standard braking duty. Ground clearance and saddle height are pegged at 145mm and 795mm respectively.
The new Ninja 250 is powered by a 248cc dual parallel unit producing 37PS at 12,500rpm and 23Nm of torque at 10,000rpm. This engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox that works alongside a slip-and-assist clutch. It gets a slip and assist clutch too. The new Ninja 250 is identical to its predecessor, which had a muscular design with a diagonal fuel tank and a curved exhaust. The company will also offer several optional accessories with the Ninja 250. These include a rear seat cowl, large windshield, DC power outlet, and a radiator screen.
As mentioned above, Ninja 250 is exclusive to the Japanese market for now. The 2021 Ninja 250 KRT is priced at 6,54,500 yen (NRs 5.78 lakh) and the Metallic Carbon Gray at 6,43,500 yen (NRs 5.67 lakh). At the moment, there is no word on whether Kawasaki plans on launching the Ninja 250 in Nepal. It’s unlikely that the bike will make its way to Nepal. For more information about auto news in Nepal, please stay tuned with us.