The Honda CRF250L vs Kawasaki KLX250

The 2013 Honda CRF250L and CRF250M supersedes the liquid-cooled CRF230L and is powered by a version of the trustworthy Honda CBR250R engine. Wider-ratio gearing, a two millimeter smaller throttle body, higher fuel pressure in the fueling system and a long and narrower header pipe are designed to maximize low-end power delivery.

The aluminum frame is mated to an inverted fork and preload-adjustable shock, both of which offer increased travel compared to the Honda CRF230L. There are four bungee hooks to tie down your bags and a lockable storage compartment, and the multi-function instrument panel includes a fuel gauge and clock.
The 2013 version of the Kawasaki KLX250 was released in early 2008 as a 2009 model and received several minor updates since aimed at improving performance. It uses a chassis based on the previous KLX300R, with fully adjustable suspension giving the Kawasaki KLX250 commendable off-road capability.

We give the Kawasaki KLX250 high marks for its ability to keep your bottom in the saddle and out of the shrubbery, qualities to be appreciated by riders of all skill levels.Tag: Honda Kawasaki CRF250L KLX250 250cc Dual-Sport Off-Road Single-Cylinder Small-Capacity-Bike Review
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