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2007 Kawasaki Ninja 250R

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Kawasaki Ninja 250R gives sportbike performance on a limited budget. Smallest Ninja handles better than most superbikes.

The Kawasaki Ninja 250R offers a rare combination of compact size, low purchase price and excellent performance. It continues to be among those motorcycles at the top of the sales chart. Actually, there are several reasons why consumers flock to the sporty styling of this particular motorcycle. The Ninja 250R provides easy-handling agility, a lightweight presence, and ownership costs that make this model a force to be reckoned with when shopping for a motorcycle in the entry-level sportbike category.

Power for the Ninja 250R comes from a high-revving, liquid-cooled, in-line twin-cylinder four-stroke engine featuring dual overhead cams and four valves per cylinder. It delivers smooth, predictable power that’s perfect for new motorcyclists, yet its 13,000-rpm redline and six-speed transmission will put a smile on the face of the most experienced sportbike rider. As if the Ninja’s excellent engine performance wasn’t enough, its rider will also be amazed by the nearly 70 mpg average fuel economy. 

Like its larger siblings, the Ninja 250R sportbike features an aerodynamic full-fairing, Kawasaki’s UNI-TRAK progressive rear suspension and high-performance disc brakes. It also has a low seat height for added confidence when stopped. Other features include an easy-to-read instrument panel, positive neutral finder, centerstand and pop-up bungee hooks.

Features

Kawasaki Ninja 250R

Twin-cylinder 248cc Engine
Compact parallel-twin design is lightweight and high revving, with a broad torque curve
Good mass centralization for superior handling

Liquid Cooling
Maintains consistent engine temperatures for long engine life and sustained power
Allows tighter engine clearances for increased power and quieter running

Four Valves per Cylinder
Provides maximum valve area for optimum flow to boost low end torque while providing better breathing for more power at high rpm

High Velocity Induction Technology
Provides a smooth flow of air to the carburetors for maximum top-end
Carburetor and intake port diameters are sized for quick mid-range throttle response

Silent Cam Chain
Low friction coating on chain guides reduces wear, increases power
Runs quietly, reliably
Automatic cam chain tensioner maintains precise timing without maintenance

Six-speed Transmission
Allows engine’s full potential to be used
Provides excellent acceleration as well as relaxed highway cruising

Positive Neutral Finder
A Kawasaki exclusive, just lift the pedal from first at a stop to find neutral easily

Bottom-link UNI-TRAK Rear Suspension
Lowers the center of gravity for better handling
Progressive rate provides a smooth, controlled ride

Handlebar Mounted Choke
Convenient location makes starting and warm-up easier

Diamond Frame
Lightweight, high-tensile steel for amazing rigidity
No down tubes for lower engine placement and lower center of gravity
Good ground and cornering clearance

Dual-Piston Front Brake
Balanced actuation caliper front disc brake for excellent feel and long pad wear

Dual-Piston Rear Disc Brake
Powerful, reliable, controllable stopping power

Centerstand and Sidestand
Permits easy parking, cleaning or servicing

4.8-gallon Fuel Tank
Long range makes it great for commuting


SPECS

Kawasaki Ninja 250R

Engine: Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin
Displacement: 248cc
Bore x stroke: 62.0 x 41.2mm
Compression ratio: 12.4:1
Maximum torque: 18.1 lb-ft @ 10,000 rpm
Cooling: Liquid
Carburetion: Keihin CVK30 x 2
Ignition: TCBI with digital advance
Transmission: Six-speed
Final drive: O-ring chain
Frame: Semi-double cradle, high-tensile steel
Wheelbase: 55.1 in.
Rake: 27 degrees
Trail: 3.3 in.
Front suspension: 36mm hydraulic telescopic fork
Wheel travel: 5.5 in.
Rear suspension: Uni-Trak® with aluminum linkage
Wheel travel: 5.1 in.
Front tire: 100/80x16
Rear tire: 130/80x16
Front brake: Single 260mm hydraulic disc with two-piston caliper
Rear brake: Hydraulic disc
Overall length: 80.0 in.
Overall width: 28.0 in.
Overall height: 43.1 in.
Seat height: 29.3 in.
Dry weight: 304 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 4.8 gal.
Color choices: Candy Persimmon Red, Metallic Phantom Silver, Ebony, Candy Plasma Blue
Warranty: 12 months

Kawasaki Ninja 250R


2 comments:

I have owned some of the biggest bikes out there, ie suzuki bandit 1200 etc. After riding the ninja 250 i didnt care if i ever rode the bigger bikes again. Never had so much fun riding, its amazing what this little bike will do all day long. Bought one recently and will never let it go. too much fun for this much money!

I bought a new Kaw ninja 250 for my 15 year old son. I wanted him to ride with me since his license requires that he ride near in front or behind an adult rider . He was 14 actually when I purchased the bike for him. In the last year he has ridden 2500 miles with me. Some of this was in the country ,some in the city. The other 250s such as the rebel ,virago and Gpz Suzook simply would not have been able to keep up in real world riding situations.
That is the real difference between the Kawasaki ninja 250 and the others . It is capable of going 75 mph all day . It will out accelerate most automobiles 0-60 . My son has truly learned how to ride and is ready I think to become independent of me so he can ride on his own. The other bikes in this class just don’t have the power or suspension and brakes to help a younger (14-16) rider to be safe while learning to ride. I am writing this comment mostly to parents. If you are not a rider then a lot of this does not apply . I really think it is important for beginers especially children to be supervised until the parent feels like they can ride on their own. And again the ninja 250 is a real motorcycle that is legal for 14 year olds in most states it also is by far the best one at the same price.
ride safe
Damien712

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