Kawasaki Ninja 250R For India

2010 Kawasaki Ninja 250R INDIA

This is the kawasaki top selling street bike in abroad, not zx-6r, no zzr 1400, its new ninja 250r. Kawasaki has been Ninja 250r in multi digits. Kawasaki has been selling this 250 ninja for almost 20 years, now they considered for upgrade and developed a brand new Kawasaki ninja 250r.. To have a look like other series ninjas, they have totally redesigned the bike, totally redesigned body works, the engines is also been upgraded with new valves, shafts, new transmission new 2 to 1 exhaust. Amazing thing is that kawasaki has also redesigned the chassis for new ninja. New forks replaces the old ones, and rear shocks adjustable for preload. New pedal type brakes with two piston caliper as well as two piston caliper back. Riding position is fine, you would feel much more sportier that our Indian bikes like Yamaha r15. The seats are also comfortable and handle bar raised, raike is swept in by 1 degree, which make this bike nimble in turning and feels too light. Totally designed for beginners. The older ninja use to have temperature gauge which is been replaced by fuel gauge. Has 17 inch front wheel earlier had 16 inch front wheel. Front forks is also new for new ninja. No single piece of bodywork on this new bike. the Fuel tank offers 18.144 liters of fuel and the tank is raised to a kind of sport bike looks. The ninja has linear pickup. Earlier ninja use to have dual exhaust but the new one has stylish single exhaust.

KlematisOld Kawasaki Ninja 250r


Stylish two to one exhaust.
KlematisNew Tail lights with the new Ninja


Futuristic looking muffler, with cutting-edge styling features.


Sporty design concept for India

2010 Kawasaki Ninja 250R Specifications:

Engine Type
Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin 249cc
Bore and Stroke:
62.0 x 41.2mm
Compression Ratio:
Valve Train:
four valves per cylinder
Carburetor Keihin CVK30 x 2
Ignition Digital
Final Drive:
O-Ring Chain
Front Suspension:
 37mm hydraulic telescopic fork
Rear Suspension:
Bottom-Link UNI-TRAK® with 5-way adjustable preload
Front Brakes:
Single 290mm hydraulic disc with two-piston caliper
Rear Brake:
Single 220mm petal disc with two-piston caliper
Seat Height:
30.5 in
Fuel Capacity:
4.8 gal.
Curb Weight:
374.9 lbs.


3 Responses to “Kawasaki Ninja 250R For India”

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    April 18, 2012 at 8:15 pm #

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  2. October 10, 2012 at 12:44 am #

    On motorcycle.com, for the 2008 liter-bike shtouoot, the Honda CBR1000RR (Fireblade), won 9 out of 12 categories. The ZX-10R was the second best, then the GSX-R, and then the R1. The website also includes their final verdict on each bike.For 2009, there hasn’t been a shtouoot yet, but since the 2009 ZX-10R has not been updated, while the other three have had at least minor changes and add-ons made, it probably will slip a bit in the rankings. So I’d have to go with the CBR as the best 1000cc for 2009. Honda didn’t make that many big changes to it, but they did add CABS (combined anti-lock braking system) that according to most reviews, is not that intrusive and only improves the bikes ability to go quick around the corners. The new GSX-R has had a lot of changes made, more of them seemed to be cosmetic, instead of engineering. And now the GSX-R1000 looks overly feminine for a superbike. As for the R1, for 2009, it will still lag behind the other 1000cc bikes. After that there’s the Ducati, which can’t really be considered because for 2009 they changed the 1098 to an 1198, and with three different versions of that bike, it overcomplicates the situation. I wouldn’t hesitate to include the Aprilia RSV 1000R as well.So I’d rank the 09s like thisHonda CBR1000RRSuzuki GSX-R1000Kawasaki ZX-10RAprilia RSV 1000RYamaha R1

  3. October 10, 2012 at 2:24 am #

    You may be able to fit well on a Ninja but there is no way my long legs come close to fitting. Ninja, Vmax all the spotry bikes are not for tall people. I’m 6 4 and about 200 pounds.I just bought a used Vulcan 750 and am finding it a great bike for getting used to being on two wheels again. It has decent horsepower (66 hp) and handles pretty well. Aside from all that, the price is right. New riders tend to bang up their first bike a little and it’s less painful to bang up a bike that costs less.Good luck on finding your bike.

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