Kawasaki Versys X 250 showcased at GIIAS 2017

All new Kawasaki Versys X-250 has been exhibited at the 2017 GIIAS in Indonesia. Accessible in two trims, Versys 250 Adventure and Versys 250 Tourer, value begins from IDR 61.9 million (INR 3.12 lakh). The more costly, completely stacked Versys 250 Tourer is valued at IDR 72.7 million (INR 3.66 lakh).

Kawasaki Versys 250 is controlled by a 249cc, 8 valve, twin chamber motor offering 34 PS control and 21.7 Nm torque mated to a 6 speed manual transmission. This is a similar motor seen on the Ninja 250R and Z250 which additionally guarantees an abnormal state of fuel effectiveness.

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Getting its outline signs from the Versys 650, Versys 250 games a jewel system offering better soundness while it gets topsy turvy forks on front and petal circles at the back.

Kawasaki Versys X 250

Features incorporate adaptive front forks with 170 mm suspension travel, mono stun at the back, spoked wheels, 19 inch the front and 17 inch at the back rough terrain tires, twin-throttle valve consumption, shoe grasp. The Tourer variation gets ABS as standard, while for the section level it is discretionary. Tourer likewise gets metal panniers, twin helper driving lights and brush monitor.

Kawasaki Versys 250 is a passage level enterprise bike which could advance toward business sectors in India by mid-2018. Dispatch of Kawasaki Versys X-250 will make the passage level portion of experience visiting motorcycles extremely focused. Starting at now, this section offers Royal Enfield Himalayan, Mahindra Mojo in India. Before long there will be KTM Duke 390 Adventure and the BMW G310 GS accessible for purchasers.


Specs

Engine Type: Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin
Displacement: 249 cm3
Bore and Stoke: 62.0 x 41.2 mm
Compression ratio: 11.3:1
Valve system: DOHC, 8 valves
Fuel system: Fuel injection: ΓΈ28 mm x 2 with dual throttle valves
Ignition: Digital
Starting: Electric
Lubrication: Forced lubrication, wet sump
Max Power: 34 PS @ 10,500 rpm
Max Torque: 21.7 Nm @ 10,000 rpm

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