Kawasaki Z250 Launched in Indonesia. Will it come to India?


The Indonesian two wheeler market recently got the naked version of 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 250 sportsbike.

Christened as the Kawasaki Z250, the 250cc naked draws inspiration from the bigger Z800 street fighter. The 2013 Kawasaki Z250 gets the twin cylinder, 250cc engine from the Ninja 250R. While the power figures of the Z250’s engine haven’t been revealed yet, this parallel twin liquid cooled engine has a peak power of 33Bhp and peak torque of 22Nm in the Ninja 250.

The 2013 Kawasaki Z250 also shares its frame, instrumentation console, telescopic front forks and the rear monoshock with the Ninja 250. The Z250 will be available in three colours- White, Black and Red.

2013 Kawasaki Z250

It isn’t known if the Z250 is headed our way but the upcoming launch of the KTM Duke 390 might just compel Kawasaki to bring the Z250 to our country. The Kawasaki Z250 is priced at 48.5 Million Indonesian Rupiah (INR 2.64 lakhs) in Indonesian market.

Source TMCBlog

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Rahul Nargundkar

Every time I read a number from the Indonesian Rupiah I cant stop my laugh.. 😛
And at that price nobody would buy it, just as nobody buys the N250..


Just because you can't afford it, please don't say others can't as well.


you've to re-check of N250 sales in Indonesia, at the top in the world...#1
we could assume that most people could afford it, and a lot of indfoinesia could buy that kind of motorcvycke than indian....don't be naif and stubborn


in indonesia ninja 250 Fi sales could reach 2000 units/month with price at 50 millions rupiahs or approx USD 10,500


sorry, not USD 10,500 but USD 5,500 per unit


@Rahul Nargundkar : still laughing?


@rahul nargundkar keep your mouth save before i hurt it


At that price, who do they expect to compete with in India?