New Kawasaki Ninja 250 breaks cover!
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Kawasaki, the Japan based leading bike maker, has uncovered the all new Ninja 250R. The new baby Ninja carries a number of subtle changes including a more dynamic look. The bike is expected to be introduced in the Indian market in the coming months.
The new 2013 Ninja is blessed with a series of designing upgrades include sharp edges, clear lens turn indicator, new bigger air-ducts etc. The newly designed instrument console of the new Ninja 250 houses a digital speedometer with trip facility and an analogue tachometer and a pass light switch (which was not there in the earlier version). The rear profile also upgraded with aggressive presence.
As far as the engine is concerned, the new 2013 Ninja carries an upgraded four-stroke, parallel-twin engine which come coupled with new age pistons, crank cases and cylinders. The engine specifications of the new Ninja are yet to be revealed by the company.
In a bid to make the new Ninja highly safe, the new 2013 Ninja 250 is developed on a new strengthened frame with reduce vibration levels. The bike weighs 172 kg in non ABS and 174 kg in the ABS version, respectively.
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