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27 Kawasaki Superbikes for sale in South Africa (2020)

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Kawasaki Ninja ZZR1400 / Ninja ZX-14R

1 10
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four Engine
  • Fuel injection ø44 mm x 4 fuel system
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump with oil cooler
  • Digital Ignition

Overview:

The Kawasaki Ninja ZZR1400 (Brembo/Ohlins/ABS) (2020) stands out in the crowd thanks to its high level of versatility. The Kawasaki Ninja ZZR1400 (Brembo/Ohlins/ABS) (2020) offers high performance pared with an easy ride while stilling having the power blistering mile times.  The Kawasaki Ninja ZZR1400 (Brembo/Ohlins/ABS) (2020) is mild-mannered enough for a short inner-city trip and offers comfort levels perfect for touring.

  • Wet multi-disc manual clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 800 mm Seat height
  • 22 litres fuel capacity
78

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ More affordable than its competitors❌ Similar engine to the smaller 1,000cc sibling
✔️ Amazing design

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki Ninja ZZR1400 (Brembo/Ohlins/ABS) (2020) is an awesome motorcycle! I have had a few motorbikes before it, but nothing like it. It is a true joyride at top speed thanks to the combination of power, comfort, looks, cheap price and quality build.

Kawasaki Ninja H2

2 10
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four Engine
  • Fuel injection ø44 mm x 4 fuel system
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump with oil cooler
  • Digital Ignition

Overview:

The Kawasaki Ninja H2 is a passion for performance, technical excellence and riding perfection embodied in craftsmanship.

  • Wet multi-disc manual clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 800 mm Seat height
  • 22 litres fuel capacity
91

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Dynamic power output❌ Not suitable for short drivers
✔️ Smooth transmission

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki Ninja H2 is a mind-blowing piece of machinery. It rides almost as good as it looks and is 100% worth the price I paid. Highly Recommended.

Kawasaki Z1000 R Edition (2019)

3 11
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four Engine
  • Fuel injection: ø38 mm x 4 with oval sub-throttles fuel system
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump
  • Digital Ignition

Overview:

The Kawasaki Z1000 R Editions (2019) sculpted bodywork brings the aggressive and unique sugomi inspired Z design to the next level, by stripping off all unnecessary flourishes to boldly highlight brutal functionality.

  • Wet multi-disc manual clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 815 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
89

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Smooth Transmission❌ Excessive Weight
✔️ Fierce Styling

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki Z1000 R Editions (2019) is a masterpiece of engineering! Nothing comes close to this showroom show stopper! It is perfect as a touring or road bike especially on all the winding roads in South Africa.

Kawasaki Z900 ABS (2019)

4 8
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four Engine
  • Fuel injection: ø36 mm x 4 with sub-throttles fuel system
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump
  • Digital Ignition

Overview:

The Kawasaki Z900 ABS (2019) is a rider-focussed super-naked model that offers sublime balance of power and handling. Smooth power delivery makes it extremely manageable and the lightweight chassis offers the same duality; nimble handling of spirited sports riding.

  • Wet multi-disc manual clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 795 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
90

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Manageable power delivery❌ Premature ABS intervention
✔️ Good Price point❌ No traction control or ride modes

Our Honest Review: More power and less weight is a tried and true recipe for success. And for the Kawasaki Z900 ABS (2019) it works well. If you're looking to ``have fun and do wheelies`` without breaking the bank, the Z900 packs a big punch for the money.

Kawasaki Z900 ABS (2018)

5 9
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four Engine
  • Fuel injection: ø36 mm x 4 with sub-throttles fuel system
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump
  • Digital Ignition

Overview:

The Kawasaki Z900 ABS (2018) is a rider-focussed super-naked model which offers the rider sublime balance of power and handling. Smooth power delivery makes it extremely easy to manage and the lightweight chassis offers the same duality; nimble handling of spirited sports riding.

  • Wet multi-disc manual clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 795 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
85

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Manageable power delivery❌ Premature ABS intervention
✔️ Good Price point❌ No traction control or ride modes

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki Z900 ABS (2018) is at the top of my fun list. If you can buy this new, used, second hand/pre owned or at a discount price – go for it! It is a blast to ride.

Kawasaki Z650 ABS (2019)

6 9
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin Engine
  • Fuel injection: ø36 mm x 2 with dual throttle fuel system
  • Forced lubrication, semi-dry sump
  • Digital Ignition

Overview:

The Kawasaki Z650 ABS (2019) is one of the latest additions to the Kawasaki Z – Supernaked series. The Kawasaki Z650 ABS (2019) nimble handling, superb feedback and strong acceleration is complemented by easy-to manage power delivery and rider-friendly manoeuvrability.

  • Wet multi-disc manual clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 790 mm Seat height
  • 15 litres fuel capacity
92

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Learner friendly power❌ Engine vibrations
✔️ Versatile and practical❌ Low ground clearance

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki Z650 ABS (2019) is a really competent bike – agreeable, simple, flexible, well put together, with a good chassis, light handling and a good engine. This bike is a good purchase for woman and for men.

Kawasaki Z650 ABS (2018)

7 9
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin Engine
  • Fuel injection: ø36 mm x 2 with dual throttle fuel system
  • Forced lubrication, semi-dry sump
  • Digital Ignition

Overview:

The Kawasaki Z650 ABS (2018) is one of the latest models introduced in to the Kawasaki Z – Supernaked series. The Kawasaki Z650 ABS (2019) offers nimble handling, superb feedback and strong acceleration, complemented by easy-to manage power delivery and rider-friendly manoeuvrability.

  • Wet multi-disc manual clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 790 mm Seat height
  • 15 litres fuel capacity
92

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Learner friendly power❌ Engine vibrations
✔️ Versatile and practical❌ Low ground clearance

Our Honest Review: Commute in the week saving frustration, time and fuel; head out into the country at the weekend for the fresh air and wide-open space, The Kawasaki Z650 ABS (2019) is pretty much perfect for both. A two in one buy if you will.

Kawasaki Z400 ABS (2019)

8 9
  • 4st, 2-cyl, DOHC, 4-val, W/C Engine
  • Fuel injection: ø36 mm x 2 fuel system
  • Forced wet sump
  • Electric starter system

Overview:

The Kawasaki Z450 ABS (2019) is designed to be a real supernaked machine. As part of the Kawasaki  Z series, the Kawasaki Z450 ABS (2019) was developed side by side with the 2018 Ninja 400 to offer improved performance and more.

  • Wet multi-disc clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 785 mm Seat height
  • 14 litres fuel capacity
78

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Excellent performance❌ High Priced
✔️

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki Z450 ABS (2019) is designed to thrill and it does just that! Not only in performance but in design – it is a masterpiece.

Kawasaki Z300 (2018)

9 8
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin Engine
  • Fuel injection: ø36 mm x 2 fuel system
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump
  • Electric starter system

Overview:

The Kawasaki Z300 (2018) is the world’s first 300cc supernaked bike. As part of the Kawasaki  Z series, the Kawasaki Z300 (2018) share a designed inspired the Z-series model, Z1000 and Z800.  Sharing the high-performance engine and chassis of the acclaimed Ninja 300, the Kawasaki Z300 (2018) offers the acceleration and handling to dominate the 250cc class.

  • Wet multi-disc manual clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 785 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
68

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Aggressive looking style❌ Low torque
✔️ Flat bars give more control in city streets

Our Honest Review: The rock-solid engine and inner workings of the Kawasaki Z300 (2018) will provide you with tons of fun during your commute and on the weekends. the Kawasaki Z300 (2018) ideal for the new rider, or an experienced rider that wants a bike with much better gas mileage.

Kawasaki Z900 RS SE (2019)

10 8 Scaled
  • 4st, 4-cyl, DOHC, W/C Engine
  • Forced Lub. Wet Lubrication system
  • B&C (TCBI EL. ADV. D.) ignition system

Overview:

The Kawasaki Z900RS (2019) enters the retro category with modern style combined with traditional roots and high-tech features.

  • Wet multi-disc clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 835 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
68

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Amazing retro design❌ Heavier than some of the competitors
✔️ Slipper clutch and assist installed

Our Honest Review: The rideability and eye-catching timeless appeal of this bike together with all the mod cons makes this a very appealing bike BUT I’m still not sure it’s worth the price.

Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafè (2019)

11 9
  • 4st, 4-cyl, DOHC, W/C Engine
  • Forced Lub. Wet Lubrication system
  • B&C (TCBI EL. ADV. D.) ignition system

Overview:

The Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafè (2019) enters the retro category with modern style combined with traditional roots and high-tech features like LED lighting and digital instrumentation.

  • Wet multi-disc clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 820 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
71

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Looks stunning❌ Limited ground clearance
✔️ Very modern

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafè (2019) is a thoroughly enjoyable machine thanks to that specially tuned intake and exhaust note and is a standout in the Modern Classic class. Highly Recommend.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R WSB (2019)

12 7
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four Engine
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump with oil cooler Lubrication system
  • Digital ignition system

Overview:

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R WSB (2019) is based on the KRT race machine that has already captured three consecutive titles along with multiple records in the Superbike World Championship.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6 speed, return transmission
  • 835 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
80

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Aggressive design❌ Stiff ride quality
✔️ Noteworthy performance and handling❌ Pillion comfort

Our Honest Review: With linear, smooth, controlled power delivery and amazing mechanical grip, the most advanced traction control in class, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R WSB (2019). will give you security on the streets and huge thrills on the track.

Kawasaki Ninja H2R

13 2
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four Engine
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump with oil cooler Lubrication system
  • Digital ignition system
  • Fuel injection: ø50 mm x 4 with dual injection

Overview:

The Kawasaki Ninja H2R is set to be the pinnacle of motorcycle performance, the Ninja H2R is a supercharged motorcycle masterpiece.  The Kawasaki Ninja H2R is created with cooperation from across the engineering and technology scope of Kawasaki.  The Kawasaki Ninja H2R offers high quality, cutting edge technology and excellent performance.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6-speed, return, dog-ring transmission
  • 830 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
80

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Stunning design❌ Not for inexperienced drivers
✔️ Thrilling ride❌ High maintenance cost

Our Honest Review: Forget base jumping, free climbing or high-altitude slack lining. Kawasaki’s H2R is the ultimate thrill.
If you run on adrenaline, this model is for you!

Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS (2019)

14 7
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin Engine
  • Forced lubrication, semi-dry sump Lubrication system
  • Digital ignition system
  • Fuel injection: ø36 mm x 2 with dual throttle fuel system

Overview:

The Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS (2019) is superbly balanced and extremely exciting.  The Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS (2019) is easy-to-manage power delivery and rider-friendly manoeuvrability, offering an ideal blend of sporty performance and everyday versatility.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6-speed, return transmission
  • 790 mm Seat height
  • 15 litres fuel capacity
68

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Sportier stance❌ Pillion seat comfort
✔️ Ride quality❌ Bulky front end

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS (2019) a reliable, fun bike that won’t break the budget. It’s the simple stuff that makes it work.

Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS SE (2019)

15 9
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin Engine
  • Forced lubrication, semi-dry sump Lubrication system
  • Digital ignition system
  • Fuel injection: ø36 mm x 2 with dual throttle fuel system

Overview:

The Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS (2019) is superbly balanced and extremely exciting.  The Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS (2019) is easy-to-manage power delivery and rider-friendly manoeuvrability, offering an ideal blend of sporty performance and everyday versatility. The Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS (2019) has supersport-like nimble handling, direct feel and strong acceleration.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6-speed, return transmission
  • 790 mm Seat height
  • 15 litres fuel capacity
71

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Sportier stance❌ Pillion seat comfort
✔️ Ride quality❌ Bulky front end

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS SE (2019) a reliable, fun bike that comes at a great deal. It’s the simple stuff that makes it work. The fun is in the details.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R (2017)

16 11
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four Engine
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump Lubrication system
  • Digital ignition system
  • Fuel injection: ø38 mm x 4 (Keihin) with oval sub-throttles, dual injection

Overview:

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R (2017) is developed with a rider active package focused on offering riders more precise control.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6-speed, return, cassette transmission
  • 815 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
85

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Extreme performance❌ Extremely race focussed
✔️ Loaded with technology❌ Uncomfortable seat

Our Honest Review: Riding a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R (2017) can feel like hard work, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s a hugely rewarding bike to ride and, for the price represents phenomenal value for money. Highly recommend.

Kawasaki Ninja 400 SE (2020)

17 9
  • 4st, 2-cyl, DOHC, 4-val, W/C Engine
  • Forced Wet Sump Lubrication system
  • B&C (TCBI, B.P. & EL. ADV. D.) ignition system
  • Fuel injection: ø38 mm x 2

Overview:

The Kawasaki Ninja 400 SE (2020) offers stunning, high-quality looks, strong engine performance, light predictable handling and a relaxed, sporty riding position.  The Kawasaki Ninja 400 SE (2020) is both fun and easy to ride.

  • Wet multi-disc, clutch
  • 6-speed, return, transmission
  • 785 mm Seat height
  • 14 litres fuel capacity
84

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Great torque❌ Plain suspension
✔️

Our Honest Review: As a gutsy commuter, a sport bike trainer, or just a bike to have fun on, the Kawasaki Ninja 400 SE (2020) is a great al rounder.

Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE (2018)

18 8
    • 4st, 4-cyl, DOHC, W/C Engine
    • Forced Lub, Wet Lubrication system
    • B&C (TCBI EL. ADV. D.) ignition system
    • Fuel injection: (ø40 x 4)

Overview:

With the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE (2018), riders can choose from two model variations: the standard Ninja H2 SX; or the SE-model, which offers an even higher level of quality and additional equipment that includes Kawasaki’s first TFT LCD meter and LED cornering lights.

  • Wet multi-disc, clutch
  • 6-speed, return, transmission
  • 835 mm Seat height
  • 19 litres fuel capacity
84

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Great overall look and performance❌ Very highly priced
✔️

Our Honest Review: This will likely be the first and only time I’ll ever ride one of these bikes. The H2 SX SE is real fun, but it sure isn’t realistic fun. Not for me, anyway. I don’t recommend it.

Kawasaki Z1000 SX ABS (2019)

19 7
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four Engine
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump Lubrication system
  • Digital ignition system
  • Fuel injection: ø38 mm x 4 with oval sub throttles

Overview:

Complementing the even smoother power delivery and extremely composed handling of the Kawasaki Z1000 SX ABS (2019) is increased touring performance, greater comfort and the clean-mount pannier system.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6-speed, return, transmission
  • 815 mm Seat height
  • 19 litres fuel capacity
81

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Stunning performance❌ Lack of modern electronic riding aids
✔️ Handsome styling and excellent ride quality

Our Honest Review: The one thing about this bike is that it is completely jaw-dropping; the lines are sharp and sleek and it is a real head-turner. It comes in three different colours, all as stunning as each other, and the quality is, of course, of a high standard.

Kawasaki Versys 650 (2019)

20 8
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin Engine
  • Forced lubrication, semi-dry sump Lubrication system
  • Digital ignition system
  • Fuel injection: ø38 mm x 2

Overview:

The Kawasaki Versys 650 (2019) is a machine that exceeds the sum of its part.  It is fun to drive on any street, at any time, especially when they are winding!  The Kawasaki Versys 650 (2019) is a combination of long-travel and sport from the wheels up.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6-speed, return, transmission
  • 840 mm Seat height
  • 21 litres fuel capacity
68

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Amazing handling capabilities❌ Not suitable for short people due to high seat height
✔️ Long suspension travel

Our Honest Review: Not only does the bike perform well, but its aesthetics scream quality leading to many riders feeling stunned that the Versys 650 is on the market for such a low price.

Kawasaki Versys 650 (2016)

21 8
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin Engine
  • Forced lubrication, semi-dry sump Lubrication system
  • Digital ignition system
  • Fuel injection: ø38 mm x 2

Overview:

The Kawasaki Versys 650 (2016) is a machine that exceeds the sum of its part.  It is fun to drive on any street, at any time, especially when they are winding!  The Kawasaki Versys 650 (2016) is a combination of long-travel and sport from the wheels up.  For its year of release, its styling package reflects its fun, sporty nature, while a number of updates to the chassis and a host of new accessory makes it easier for Versys owners to ride longer and farther.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6-speed, return, transmission
  • 840 mm Seat height
  • 21 litres fuel capacity
70

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Powerful engine❌ Not suitable for short riders due to high seat height
✔️ Huge fuel tank capacity

Our Honest Review: Versatility is key with the Kawasaki Versys 650 (2016) and it takes on all road equally. It really is a smooth ride.

Kawasaki Versys X 300 (2019)

22 9
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin Engine
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump Lubrication system
  • Digital ignition system

Overview:

The Kawasaki Versys 300 (2019) is an adventure-styled touring model that builds on the any road any time performance of Kawasaki’s Versys models by adding increased capability on unpaved roads.  Two variants and a wide range of accessories are available.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6-speed, return, transmission
  • 845 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
75

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Big Bike dimensions❌ Basic gearing for pro riders
✔️ Excellent fuel economy❌ Uncomfortable seat

Our Honest Review: I've taken this bike to Gauteng, Bloemfontein, the Garden route, and through many a mountain pass, so I can guarantee it can handle big miles! Highly recommend!

Kawasaki Versys X 300 (2020)

23 7
  • 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin Engine
  • Forced lubrication, wet sump Lubrication system
  • Digital ignition system
  • Fuel injection: ø 32 mm x 2 with dual throttle

Overview:

The Kawasaki Versys 300 (2020) is an adventure-styled touring model that builds on the any road any time performance of Kawasaki’s Versys models by adding increased capability on unpaved roads.  Two variants and a wide range of accessories are available.  Like you would expect from a bike designed to be the ideal travel partner, it offers the best comfort and convenience of any 300cc model.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6-speed, return, transmission
  • 845 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
84

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Lightweight❌ Factory tyres aren't great
✔️ Relatively cheap to buy and insure❌ Flimsy side cases

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki Versys X 300 (2020) is All-in-all, a well-thought-out machine. Despite missing the mark in a couple of places, it is more than capable. Who said you need a big capacity engine to have a capable tourer?

Kawasaki KX250F (2017)

24 9
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin Engine
  • Fuel injection: ø32 mm x 2 with dual throttle valves
  • Digital ignition system

Overview:

The Kawasaki KX250F (2017) has a history of winning. Adding to its highly acclaimed engine and chassis performance, numerous industry firsts and advanced technology, the Kawasaki KX250F (2017) model offers a more powerful engine, a significantly lighter chassis, and slimmer ergonomics.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 6-speed, return, transmission
  • 785 mm Seat height
  • 17 litres fuel capacity
84

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Excellent performance❌ Not legal for street use
✔️ Lightweight nature❌ Stiff ride quality

Our Honest Review: With a good amount of track time aboard the Kawasaki KX250F (2017), there is no doubt the changes Kawasaki implemented have created a better KX250F. It is lighter, faster, narrower and better handling.

Kawasaki KX450 (2020)

25 6
  • 4st, 1-cyl, DOHC, W/C Engine
  • Fuel injection: (φ44 mm x 1)
  • Digital DC-CDI ignition system

Overview:

The Kawasaki KX450’s (2020) sharper handling is complemented by a slimmer chassis and an even more powerful engine, further increasing its circuit potential.  KX design philosophy is simple: put mid-level to expert riders on the top step of the podium.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 5-speed, return, transmission
  • 955 mm Seat height
  • 6.2 litres fuel capacity
76

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Great performance and handling❌ Not legal for street use
✔️ Lightweight nature❌ Stiff ride quality

Our Honest Review: The 2020 KX450 is a more “neutral” cornering machine than in previous years. I am able to get more front-end bite than last year, but also am still able to rear steer the green machine very well too. Fun times!

Kawasaki KX250 (2020)

26 7
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Single
  • Fuel injection: ø43 mm x 1
  • Digital DC-CDI ignition system

Overview:

The Kawasaki KX250 (2020) designed to continue its history of winning.  The Kawasaki KX250 (2020) features a new engine with increased power, an even more potent high-rpm range, and a higher rev limit is complemented by a slimmer chassis and an even more powerful engine, further increasing its circuit potential.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 5-speed, return, transmission
  • 960 mm Seat height
  • 3 litres fuel capacity
80

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Excellent performance❌ Not legal for street use
✔️ Lightweight nature❌ Stiff ride quality

Our Honest Review: The 2020 Kawasaki KX250 might not look different, but it has big changes that affect the whole 250 pecking order. Kawasaki has always had a great 250 motocross bike, and the record book backs that up. This thing is seriously fast and super special!

Kawasaki KX450F (2018)

27 7
  • Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Single
  • Fuel injection: ø43 mm x 1
  • Digital DC-CDI ignition system

Overview:

KX design philosophy is simple: put mid-level to expert riders on the top step of the podium.  the Kawasaki KX450F (2018) is the lightest machine in its class. The result is sharper handling complemented by a slimmer chassis and an even more powerful engine, further increasing its circuit potential.

  • Wet multi-disc, manual clutch
  • 5-speed, return, transmission
  • 960 mm Seat height
  • 6.3 litres fuel capacity
90

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Excellent performance❌ Not legal for street use
✔️ Lightweight nature❌ Stiff ride quality

Our Honest Review: The Kawasaki KX450F (2018) is a dynamic, fun ride. The KX450F engine delivers a very smooth, linear powerband that makes it feel very easy to ride, especially for a 450.
When was Kawasaki founded?

15 October 1896

Does Kawasaki come with a warranty on my purchase?

New motorcycles are covered by a 2year factory backed warranty that covers parts & labour as stipulated in the terms & conditions of the warranty agreement. That does not include Motocross machines.

What is Kawasaki’s most sold bike?

Ninja 300 followed by Z900

Does Kawasaki have a head office in South Africa?

KMSA Building

15 Spartan Crescent

Eastage X3

Sandton

Tel nr: (011)448-1112

Can I buy my motorcycle on Superbikes.co.za?

Yes, on Superbikes’ website you can get 3 quotes from dealers to find the best deal on your bike