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Kawasaki Full Size MX KX 250 2023

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$ 8,499 | £ 7,326
SHORT DESCRIPTION

Kawasaki Full Size MX KX 250 2023 feels quite well-balanced between being a stink bug and being chopped out. The handling is the same. Additionally, it has good stability.

DIMENSIONS

LENGTH 86.2 in
WIDTH 32.3 in
HEIGHT 50.0 in
WHEELBASE 58.5 in
ROAD CLEARANCE 13.6 in
WEIGHT (kg) 103.6 kg
SEAT HEIGHT 37.8 in
DIMENSIONS
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LENGTH

86.2 in

WIDTH

32.3 in

HEIGHT

50.0 in

WHEELBASE

58.5 in

ROAD CLEARANCE

13.6 in

WEIGHT (kg)

103.6 kg

SEAT HEIGHT

37.8 in

TYRES

FRONT WHEEL 80/100-21
REAR WHEEL 110/90-19
TYRES
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FRONT WHEEL

80/100-21

REAR WHEEL

110/90-19

Build

Frame Aluminum perimeter
Front Suspension 48mm inverted telescopic coil-spring fork with 23-way compression damping and 20-way rebound damping /12.4 in
Rear Suspension New Uni-Trak with dual-range (2.25 turns high speed/21-way low-speed) compression damping, 38-way rebound damping and adjustable preload/12.4 in
Front Brake Single semi-floating 270mm Braking petal disc with dual-piston caliper
Rear Brake Single 240mm Braking petal disc with single-piston caliper
Build
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Frame

Aluminum perimeter

Front Suspension

48mm inverted telescopic coil-spring fork with 23-way compression damping and 20-way rebound damping /12.4 in

Rear Suspension

New Uni-Trak with dual-range (2.25 turns high speed/21-way low-speed) compression damping, 38-way rebound damping and adjustable preload/12.4 in

Front Brake

Single semi-floating 270mm Braking petal disc with dual-piston caliper

Rear Brake

Single 240mm Braking petal disc with single-piston caliper

Power

Engine 249cc, 4-stroke single, DOHC, liquid-cooled
Bore x Stroke 78.0 x 52.2mm
Compression Ratio 14.1:1
Fuel System DFI with 44mm Keihin throttle body and dual injectors
Ignition Digital CDI
Transmission 5-speed, return shift
Clutch Wet multi-disc manual clutch
Final Drive Chain
Power
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Engine

249cc, 4-stroke single, DOHC, liquid-cooled

Bore x Stroke

78.0 x 52.2mm

Compression Ratio

14.1:1

Fuel System

DFI with 44mm Keihin throttle body and dual injectors

Ignition

Digital CDI

Transmission

5-speed, return shift

Clutch

Wet multi-disc manual clutch

Final Drive

Chain

Safety

Clutch Assist Yes
Slipper Clutch Yes
ABS Yes
Traction Control Yes
Safety
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Clutch Assist

Yes

Slipper Clutch

Yes

ABS

Yes

Traction Control

Yes

Model

Make Kawasaki
Model Full Size MX
Variant / Trim KX 250
Year 2023
Model
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Make

Kawasaki

Model

Full Size MX

Variant / Trim

KX 250

Year

2023

DESCRIPTION

Kawasaki Full Size MX KX 250 2023  engine has a very thin and quick-revving powerband as its defining feature. Kawasaki wanted to increase power from low to high rpm with the adjustments to the cylinder head, intake, and exhaust.

To go along with the new engine features, gearbox ratios have also been modified along with the final drive. Kawasaki Full Size MX KX 250 2023. The improvements are audible, with a slight enhancement in the bottom end and visibly strong power from the midrange to the top end.

Even while throttle response is improved, the quarter-liter green machine may still need a little bottom-end power to compete at the top of the 250 four-stroke motocross market. Both the KYB shock and 48mm coil-spring fork have new suspension settings. Both ends of the compression damping are firmer, and the fork oil height has been adjusted.

Kawasaki made these modifications to enhance performance and cornering. The spring rates are unchanged from the 2022 model. The KX250's chassis is as neutral as any bike's chassis can be. A very wide variety of riders can use the ergonomics. 

Kawasaki goes above and above by offering adjustable footpeg position in addition to the adjustable handlebar mounts that all manufacturers offer. The Renthal Fatbar 839-bend handlebar and flat-feeling seat are combined with the smallest chassis in its class.

The redesigned footpegs feature aluminium mounts that are 3 mm lower and are wider. By doing this, you can stand with a lower centre of gravity and more easily regain your weight.

The KX250's massive Braking 270mm front and Braking 240mm rear rotors are to thank for the excellent brake performance. The KX250's 23 improvements have all been made in the right way. It is unquestionably the most comfortable and neutral bike to ride, and the suspension and ergonomics are superb in original form, the KX250 stands a good chance of moving up in Dirt Rider's rankings for the 250 Four-Stroke Motocross Shootout. 

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