Kawasaki Ninja 250 To Be Launched In Nepal Next Year
Expected to be launched at the Tokyo Motor Show 2019, which will commence on October 23, the official images of the upcoming 2020 Kawasaki Ninja 250 has recently surfaced online ahead of its launch. According to the reports, the brand is expected to offer a more powerful twin-cylinder engine to the Ninja 250 while the new set of graphics as well as other premium features are visible from the leaked images.
The brand is expected to launch the 2020 Kawasaki Ninja 250 in two variants namely: SE ABS and the SE ABS MDP. As per the details available, the brand will be offering the SE ABS MDP variant of the quarter-litre fully-faired motorcycle with a more powerful engine that will generate a maximum power of around 60HP while at the same time feature an all-black colour scheme. In addition to the black colour, the brand will be launching the motorcycle in white and grey colour options.
The A2-friendly standard variant of the 2020 Kawasaki Ninja 250 will be capable of generating a maximum power figure of 45HP, getting a jump in the power by 6HP when compared to the 39HP offered on the present-gen variant.
The SE ABS variant of the motorcycle is expected to feature non-adjustable forks at the front while the rear will feature a preload-adjustable monoshock suspension. On the other hand, the SE ABS MDP variant is expected to get adjustable front and rear suspension.
In addition to this, both variants are expected to get a dual-channel ABS unit as standard in addition to traction control and multiple riding modes. The upcoming motorcycles are expected to feature a semi-digital instrument console while getting an LED headlight and taillight setup. There is no official confirmation on the launch of 2020 Kawasaki Ninja 250 in the Nepalese market as of yet but it should come around in the middle of 2020.