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Thursday, April 24 2014 @ 08:33 PM ICT

Looking at 2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250R Supersport

Motorcycle Reviews<img width="200" height="130" class="floatleft" src="http://www.motorcycle.in.th/images/articles/2008-Kawasaki-Ninja-250R-Supersport_1.jpg" alt="" />The Kawasaki Ninja 250R. Quick, Affordable, Fuel Efficient, Easy to Ride, Bangkok friendly and Great Looking, this bike offers authentic Ninja style and performance.

One look at the new Kawasaki Ninja 250R tells everyone that this bike is the genuine article. With a new full-fairing similar to the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R and the Kawasaki ZX10R supersport bikes, a single kicked-up muffler, UNI-TRAK rear suspension, high-performance petal disc brakes and a dual seat, this is the most stylish performer in its category.

Compact size, exceptional personality and a low price tag highlight Kawasaki's new 2008 Ninja 250R quarter-liter performer. Considering how much fun it is to ride and the fact that it's easy to handle in Bangkok traffic and still enough of a bike to ride rural up-country, it's no wonder the Ninja 250R has been a strong seller. Its successful blend of a rider-friendly engine, easy-to-operate chassis and superbike styling worthy of its Ninja moniker, this model was developed to offer real world performance to riders of all skill levels and goes to show that good things do come in small packages.

At the core of the lightweight Kawasaki Ninja 250R is an engine that thrives on high-rpm excitement. The gutsy 249cc parallel twin has been re-tuned to spice up its smooth and predictable power delivery. It now offers more low- and mid-range torque thanks to revisions to its dual overhead camshafts and a new 2-into-1 exhaust system. A silky smooth six-speed transmission tops off the sportbike equipment list, enabling the Ninja 250R to exploit a powerband that's sure to please riders with its beginner friendly low-end grunt and a lively top-end rush that will keep seasoned veterans satisfied. The coup de grace, is its ability to deliver excellent fuel economy.

<img width="230" height="166" class="floatright" src="http://www.motorcycle.in.th/images/articles/2008-Kawasaki-Ninja-250R-Supersport_2.jpg" alt="" />The Kawasaki 250R's new fairing and windscreen not only look great, they deliver improved wind protection for a wide range of riding situations. This lightweight Kawasaki motorcycle is loaded with even more rider-friendly features such as an easy-to-read instrument panel and positive neutral finder.

A natural riding position and comfortable ergonomics combined with its lightweight handling, easy controllability and improved throttle response make the 250R a pleasure to ride on city streets. Also new for 2008 are larger 17-inch wheels that offer great handling and improved stability. A larger 290mm front brake rotor is gripped by a powerful 2-piston caliper to provide a healthy dose of stopping power with a responsive feel at the lever. Like Kawasaki's other sport models, the Ninja 250R is fitted with petal discs for efficient heat dissipation.

The simple formula of providing easy-handling agility, lightweight responsiveness, and low ownership costs make the Ninja 250R a force to be reckoned with in the entry-level sportbike or mid-range motorcycle category.

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