Kawasaki has revealed their new Ninja 125 and Z125 at the 2018 Intermot motorcycles show happening in Germany. These models since being entry –level bikes mainly target younger audience.
Both of the models offer Kawasaki’s larger-capacity offerings.
The Ninja 125 is the fully-faired motorcycles. From the front to rear it features sharp-looking body work. The bike’s tank, front mudguard, muffler and wheels look alike to those on the Ninja 300.
While, on the other hand, Z125 is Kawasaki’s sport-naked offering. The Z125 looks like a mini Z650 with the white and black (with a green trellis frame) colour scheme.
However, both bikes are powered by the same 125cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, single-cylinder engine that makes 14.8hp and 11.6Nm of torque. The model’s motor comes paired to a 6-speed gearbox.
For braking purpose, the models are equipped with a dual-channel ABS-equipped 290mm disc at the front and 220mm disc at the rear.
In addition, both models offer optional seat-heights. The Ninja 125 can be adjusted to a height of 785mm or 805mm while the Z125 can be optioned with a seat height of 790mm or 815mm. The Ninja 125 features kerb weight of 148kg whereas Z125 weighs-in at 146kg.