Ninja 250R


Overview of Kawasaki Ninja 250R

Almost three years ago, India got its first 250cc sports bike, Kawasaki Ninja250R. This bike created a very less known segment of bikes in India. Ever since its launch, the bike had monopoly in the market. The bike had no competition with anyone. But now, Honda has launched its CBR250R to take on this bike. Will Ninja be able to survive? Let’s check out.

Kawasaki Ninja 250R Design

Kawasaki unveiled the 2012 model of Ninja 250R at the EICMA Auto Show. It gets new graphics, new instrument cluster and new shades. But 2012 Ninja 250R will be available still in only 2 shades in India: Ninja Green and Ebony Black.

Fast Facts about 2012 New Ninja 250R

  • Gets new graphics and stickers but new shades not introduced in India
  • Powered by same 249cc liquid cooled, parallel twin, DOHC petrol engine
  • Maximum power of 32 Bhp at 11000 rpm with maximum torque of 22 Nm at 8200 rpm
  • Still retails the analogue instrument cluster which is now finished in white shade




Posts asking about performance mods come in a dozen times a month, quite often from one-post-wonders who get a bike and want to put on an aftermarket exhaust, remove the airbox, and/or mount wider tires before they even learn how to ride it. These kinds of people generally ignore any advice, no matter how experienced the author, unless it agrees with what they want to hear. We’re going to try anyway.


The Ninja 250 is never going to be a powerful bike. The cost for the extra HP on the Ninja is pretty high for what you get. If all you want is a few more hp, then go ahead. If you want much more hp, the cheapest way to get it is with a 600. The old ones are a dime a dozen and are fairly reliable, and even somewhat comfortable.  on the highway.


What Starter motorcycle Should i Get -Kawasaki Ninja 250 or Ninja I STRONGLY suggest doing one of the weekend safety courses that are


The Kawasaki Ninja 250 has dominated the entry-level sportbike market in the US for decades. The little Ninja 250, in fact, has long-been Kawasaki’s best-selling Ninja sportbike. Ever since its 1983 debut, the Ninja 250 has been a favorite for beginners and many experienced riders have fond memories of the little Ninja upon which they learned to ride.



Type 250cc, 4-Stroke
Displacement (cc) 249cc, DOHC
Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 32.5 Bhp @ 11000 rpm
Max. Torque (Nm @ rpm) 22 Nm @ 8200 rpm
Starting Electric
Gears 6 Manual
No. of Cylinders 2
Chassis Type Semi-double cradle, high-tensile steel
Cooling Type Liquid Cooling
Carburetor No, It Is Fuel Injected
Stroke 41.2

Active and Passive Safety

Front 37mm hydraulic telescopic fork
Rear Uni-Trak with aluminum linkage
Brakes 290mm Petal Disc
Brakes(Rear) 220mm Petal Disc
Battery 12V, 9Ah
Head lamp 60 / 55W
Horn 12V, 30W
Wheelbase 1475 mm
Ground Clearance 169 mm
Kerb Weight 154.5 kg

Fuel Tank

Total litres(reserve, usable) 17 liter full


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