Japanese two-wheeler maker, Kawasaki will officially unveil the much-awaited Ninja 250 at the Tokyo Motor Show on 23rd October 2019. Ahead of the official debut, official images of the upcoming 2020 Kawasaki Ninja 250 have recently surfaced online.
According to the reports, the 2020 Ninja 250 will be available in two variants: ‘SE’ and ‘SE MDP’. Kawasaki is expected to offer a more powerful twin-cylinder engine to the Ninja 250 increasing the power output of the baby Ninja from 39HP to 45HP. This upcoming Ninja 250 could be Euro 5-compliant and at 45PS it will make more power than the Ninja 300.
With new emission norms in India kicking in from April 2020, expect Kawasaki to replace the BS4-compliant Ninja 300 with the Euro 5/BS6-compliant Ninja 250. However, there’s no official word on this yet.
2020 Kawasaki Ninja 250 gets a slew of cosmetic updates for a freshened-up look but carries overall its mechanicals from the outgoing version. This new model is produced in Thailand and will be available to buyers from next month. 2020 Kawasaki Ninja 250 will be offered in 2 versions – the Ninja 250 SE ABS and the Ninja 250 SE ABS MDP. The SE ABS model will be offered in 2 paint schemes – White and signature Kawasaki green. On the other hand, Ninja 250 SE BS MDP will only be offered in black colour.
2020 Kawasaki Ninja 250 will be equipped with keyless technology, which Kawasaki called Intelligent Proximity Start System. This system is also available with the GTR1400 range. Both the variants of Ninja 250 models get dual-channel ABS (Anti-Locking Braking System) as standard in addition to traction control and multiple riding modes.
If 45HP isn’t enough for you, Kawasaki could launch an even more hardcore top-spec version, which is rumoured to be called the ZX-25R, with a whopping 60HP of power.
More details will be available after the official unveiling of the motrorcycle at Tokyo Motor Show on 23rd October.