Specifications New Kawasaki Ninja 250

Specifications New Kawasaki Ninja 250 - New Kawasaki Ninja 250 now comes with a new refreshment, with a body design that is more robust and sporty and is equipped with dual headlights are aggressive, form minimalist tail which makes the appearance of All New Ninja 250 more sporty.

New Kawasaki Ninja 250 is equipped with machines  capacity of 249 cc and have been using the fuel system Fuel Injection (o28 mm x 2) with Dual Throttle Valve juxtaposed with a 6 speed transmission, of this machine is capable of producing maximum power 23.5 kW (32 PS) at 11,000 rpm and maximum torque of 21.0 nM (2.1 KGF-M) at 10,000 RPM. Kawasaki Z250 Specifications

Kawasaki Ninja 250 Features

Racy Bodywork and High-quality Touches

Aggressive new design follows the latest Ninja series trends. Like the Ninja ZX-10R, the new Ninja 250 features a “mass-forward, minimalist-tail” design. Large-volume bodywork helps make the Ninja feel bigger than a 250, giving it a “big bike” look and feel. Sharp silhouette of the front cowl follows the aggressive lines of larger-displacement Ninja models. Fin design and large ventilation holes in the fairing have a design similar to that of the Ninja ZX-14R. The design contributes to the Ninja 250’s excellent heat management.

Like the Ninja ZX-10R, the new Ninja 250 uses a floating-style windscreen with a gap between the cowl and the windscreen. Mounting the screen using only the bolts from the mirror stays contributes to a very clean and elegant design.

Aggressive dual headlamp design contributes to the strong Ninja supersport image. The multi-reflector headlamps also offer superb illumination for riding at night.

Sporty new instrument panel design contributes to the advanced-technology and high-quality image of the Ninja series.

Multi-function LCD screen functions include: speedometer, clock, fuel gauge, dual trip meters, odometer and Economical Riding Indicator.

Fin design and large ventilation holes in the fairing have a design similar to that of the Ninja ZX14R. The design contributes to the Ninja 250’s excellent heat management.

Like that of the Ninja ZX-10R and 6R, the new fuel tank features a supersport design. Unlike the previous slim design, the new tank is flared at the top edges and slants forward. The flared design enables a large 17 litre fuel capacity mounted below the tank). Cruising range is on par with large-displacement models.
Newly designed 10-spoke wheels share the image of the Ninja ZX-14R.
Six-sided taillight design also adds to the sporty looks. Redesigned license plate holder and rear flap complement the sharp look of the tail cowl. Rear turn signals have a sharp new design. Both front and rear turn signals use clear lenses for a high-quality look.

New unitised inner fender and chain cover add to sporty looks and help keep the rear suspension cleaner.

Compared with a single-cylinder engine, Kawasaki’s liquid-cooled, DOHC, 8-valve Parallel Twin delivers smoother, more responsive power at low and medium rpm and harder hitting power at high rpm.

Fuel-injected 249 cm3 Parallel Twin Engine

At the heart of the Ninja 250 is its new 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 249 cm3 Parallel Twin
engine. Smooth, torquey low-mid range response is complemented by strong
acceleration at high rpm. Fuel injection ensures easy starting and the ideal amount of fuel in all conditions.

Designed for rider-friendly response, the Ninja 250’s fuel-injected Parallel Twin engine delivers smooth, responsive torque at low and medium rpm and hard-hitting acceleration at high rpm.
New crankcases feature a larger capacity oil pan. The increased oil volume (1.7 L >> 2.4 L) offers increased engine cooling to suit the increased engine performance. Fins on the underside of the oil pan further contribute to improved cooling efficiency.

The change to a big-bike-style cartridge-type oil filter greatly simplifies oil and filter change maintenance chores.

ENGINE, Piston
Alumite Coated Piston

Lightweight Hard Alumite Coated (on the piston crown and extending past the top land and top ring groove) piston with slightly lower 11.3:1 compression ratio features 2 mm shorter skirts, reinforced piston bosses for increased durability. Sleeveless, aluminium die-cast cylinder

Sleeveless, aluminium die-cast cylinder features plated bores, just like on our Ninja ZX-10R and 6R supersport machines. The new cylinder features an open-deck design, offering excellent heat dissipation, and weighs 600 g less than the previous sleeved cylinder.

Coolant entranceway to the cylinder now has a rectangular shape (previously round), contributing to improved cooling efficiency.

Fine-Atomising Injectors + Dual Throttle Valves

Fuel-injected Ninja 250 ensures stable fuel delivery regardless of temperature or air pressure, as well as excellent starting acteristics.

Similar to the Ninja ZX-10R and Ninja ZX-6R, dual throttle valves give precise control of intake air, resulting in linear throttle response across the rpm range. Dual throttle valves also contribute to combustion efficiency, and hence engine performance as well as favourable fuel consumption

The main throttle valves are 28 mm in diameter (as before), but larger 40.2 mm sub-throttle valves help flow a great volume of air, contributing to the increased engine performance.

Fine-atomising compact injectors contribute to combustion efficiency.

Exhaust System

Longer Header Pipes 2-into-1 exhaust system, made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel, contributes to low and mid-range performance and helps achieve the Ninja 250’s smooth, step-free power curve.

To achieve the optimised exhaust length the centre pipe curves to the left as it travels beneath the engine before returning to the right.

Single honeycomb catalyser in the collector pipe (previously two: one in the collector, one in the silencer) ensures that Euro-3 emissions regulations are met.

Short-style silencer with complex cross-section enables the requisite volume while ensuring an ample lean angle. Large silencer guard protects passengers from heat and also contributes to noise reduction.

Uncontested Performance: Chassis

The Ninja 250’s predecessor is well known for its high-performance chassis. The new chassis makes a number of improvements to match the new, more powerful engine. A new diamond frame with revised rigidity balance has redesigned main tubes and now uses high-tensile steel sections for increased longitudinal rigidity. To reduce engine vibration the engine is partially rubber mounted. A wider rear tyre adds to handling stability. And revised suspension settings complement the stiffer frame. The result is superb handling acteristics and excellent ride quality.

Circuit-developed Diamond Frame
Steel-tube diamond frame offers high strength and high durability – both essential in a high- performance frame.
Main tubes are now wider below the tank, contributing to an optimised
rigidity balance.
Square-tube swingarm
Square-tube swing-arm contributes to the overall rigidity.

Front and Rear Suspension

37 mm telescopic fork has revised damping and a softer spring rate for both improved ride comfort on bumpy city streets and a firmer feel when sport riding. Together with
the new, stiffer frame, handling is very smooth and stable.

Kawasaki’s original, linkage-equipped Uni-Trak rear suspension delivers stable handling over a wide variety of road surfaces and speed ranges. Like with the front fork, damping settings and spring rate have been changed to softer settings for improved comfort when city riding and a firmer feel when cornering.

5-step preload adjustability lets riders adjust the stiffness and ride height to suit body weight or when riding two-up. Shock is easily adjustable with the on-board tool kit.


Large-diameter 290 mm front petal disc brake operated by a 2-piston caliper delivers powerful braking and a natural feel at the lever. 220 mm rear petal disc and 2-piston caliper give dependable stopping power.

New resin pads (previously sintered) front and rear offer superior wear acteristics and superb controllability. ABS models use resin pads at the rear, sintered pads in front.

Two-Piece Seat

New front seat is narrower near the tank (between the rider’s thighs), facilitating an easy reach to the ground, and making the bike easier to control when manoeuvring for parking, etc.
New rear seat is flatter, making it easier to carry packages.

Under Seat Storage Space

Underseat storage space has two levels for increased convenience more efficient use of space.
A larger U-lock can now be stored under the seat.


Wide set of the raised, separate handlebars contribute to the Ninja 250’s easy manoeuvrability.


Supersport-style aluminium footpegs give a more direct feel and good controllability when sport riding.

Rider-Friendly Ergonomics

With its slightly forward-slanting seat and wide, raised handlebars, the Ninja 250 ergonomics were selected to accommodate a wide range of riders. The natural riding position is ideal for sport riding or riding with a passenger, in the city or on the highway.

Specification New Kawasaki Ninja 250

Engine :
Type: 4-Step / No, Cooling Water, Fruit Two Parallel
Maximum Power: 23.5 kW {32 PS} / 11,000 RPM
Maximum Torque: 21.0 nM KGF-M {2,1} / 10,000 RPM
Cylinder volume: 249 cm3
Fuel System: Fuel Injection System (0,28 mm x 2) with Dual Throttle Valve
Ignition system: Digital

Frame :
Suspension Front: 37 mm telescopic fork
Rear Suspension: Uni-Trak Model Gas-Shock and 5-level adjustment
Brakes Front: Single 290 mm ​​diameter discs with dual piston calipers
Rear brakes: Single disc diameter of 220 mm dual-piston calipers
Tires Front: 110/70-17 M / C (54s)
Rear tire: 140/70-17 M / C (66s)
Length x Width x Height: 2,010 x 715 x 1,110 mm
Oil Axis Wheels distance: 1,400 mm
Castor oil to Land: 785 mm
Weight: 172 kg
Fuel capacity: 17 liters
Total Transmission: 6-speed, return shift