KX250

STRONGEST 4-STROKE 250 ON THE RACETRACK

KX250

Kawasaki race machines have the most AMA Supercross and Motocross titles – the 2021 model KX250 builds on the engine changes from the previous year to deliver even greater power and an even higher rev limit, plus electric start and a hydraulic clutch. A new frame based on that of the KX450 contributes to improved handling that enables even quicker lap times, making the KX250 even more potent on the track.

  • KX 250 : Lime Green (2021)
  • KX 250 : Lime Green (2021)
  • KX 250 : Lime Green (2021)

COLOR

  • Lime Green (2021)

Price (Baht)

  • 368,800

Top Features

Even More Powerful Engine

The new engine boasts an increase in peak power of approximately 1.0 kW (1.4 PS), and the rev limit increases a further 350 min-1 to 14,500 min-1.

Electric Start

Being able to restart an engine quickly during a race can mean the difference between keeping your lead, or having to fight your way back through the pack. Electric start makes restarting the engine as easy as pushing a button.

Lightweight aluminium perimeter frame

New KX450-based frame contributes to the KX250’s light weight, light handling, and slim ergonomics. Along with the new swingarm (also from the KX450), the new frame offers improved handling and increased rear wheel traction.

Race-ready suspension

High-performance KYB ø48 mm inverted coil-spring fork handles suspension duties up front. Its large-diameter inner tubes enable the use of large ø25 mm damping pistons, delivering smooth action and firm damping.

Launch Control Mode

KX motocrossers have long drawn on works technology to offer riders the best possible performance right out of the box. Launch Control Mode is just one of the factory features that give riders an edge when lining up at the start gate.

Strong brakes

Petal disc brakes are among the KX250’s numerous factory-style components. The stylish discs contribute to both sporty looks and a high-quality appearance.

Oversized semifloating ø270 mm front disc contributes to strong front brake force, as well as superb controllability.

A smaller-diameter rear disc (ø250 mm >> ø240 mm) offers performance optimised for the KX250, contributing to controllability.

  • Even More Powerful Engine

    The new engine boasts an increase in peak power of approximately 1.0 kW (1.4 PS), and the rev limit increases a further 350 min-1 to 14,500 min-1.

  • Electric Start

    Being able to restart an engine quickly during a race can mean the difference between keeping your lead, or having to fight your way back through the pack. Electric start makes restarting the engine as easy as pushing a button.

  • Lightweight aluminium perimeter frame

    New KX450-based frame contributes to the KX250’s light weight, light handling, and slim ergonomics. Along with the new swingarm (also from the KX450), the new frame offers improved handling and increased rear wheel traction.

  • Race-ready suspension

    High-performance KYB ø48 mm inverted coil-spring fork handles suspension duties up front. Its large-diameter inner tubes enable the use of large ø25 mm damping pistons, delivering smooth action and firm damping.

  • Launch Control Mode

    KX motocrossers have long drawn on works technology to offer riders the best possible performance right out of the box. Launch Control Mode is just one of the factory features that give riders an edge when lining up at the start gate.

  • Strong brakes

    Petal disc brakes are among the KX250’s numerous factory-style components. The stylish discs contribute to both sporty looks and a high-quality appearance.

    Oversized semifloating ø270 mm front disc contributes to strong front brake force, as well as superb controllability.

    A smaller-diameter rear disc (ø250 mm >> ø240 mm) offers performance optimised for the KX250, contributing to controllability.

Specifications