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18:47  01 july  2019
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Four Pots, 250 cc , Plenty to Love. The demise of many of 250 cc motorcycles from the market has confounded me for a while now. There seems to be plenty of small 125cc machines out there and even more machines with displacements over 300cc

The rumor has just flown four cylinder 250 cc motorcycle. Indonesia 250 cc displacement is limited by the manufacturer are strictly related to the level of excitements are more and more of the cylinders, it's getting closer to putting the product. We same.2017 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R four - cylinder chassis

Rumor Control: Return Of The Kawasaki 250cc Four-Cylinder© Rumor Control: 4 Cylinder Ninja 250

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Do you remember the little Ninja 250? Here in North America, the model has been replaced by the Ninja 300 in 2012 which was then upgraded to a 400 in 2018. On some markets, however, the 250 endured with an upgrade introduced in 2018 alongside the new 400. Now, a render has surfaced, suggesting a new 250 could be in the works, powered by an inline four-cylinder mill. If you had any doubts the 80s are making a comeback, here's yet another proof!

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Kawasaki 250 four: update. Showdown between twin and four - cylinder prototypes. THE idea of Kawasaki building a new 250 cc four - cylinder sports bike in the mould of the old ZXR250 is a mouth-watering one – at least for riders of Recent rumours suggest just such a bike is under development

Kawasaki ’s existing twin-cylinder Ninja 250 (similar to the Ninja 300 we get over here) is still based around an ancient engine design derived from the old GPz250, and the firm The firm’s Indonesian manufacturing arm appears to be the source of the new four - cylinder 250 cc rumours – a screaming

If you haven’t heard about Young Machine, it’s about time you did. The guys behind the Japanese Website are seriously devoted to their art and pop out renders like they’re simple doodles. Their latest design is of a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R equipped with a four-cylinder engine. The render is featured on the cover of the August edition of their magazine with the mention “scoop”.

Whether this is an insider’s story or some well-studied speculation, we’re not sure. However, what we do know is that the render is consistent with the ongoing rumor that Kawasaki is considering a 249cc inline-four comeback.

The Ninja 250 has been around for over thirty years, available on different markets at different points in time. While most of us are probably more familiar with the tiny quarter-liter twin engine underlining the baby Ninja since the 90s, the model’s earliest generation sported a detuned four-cylinder block.

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All these images are said to be of Kawasaki Ninja 250 cc new model 4 cylinder 2018. Let's wait and see what it looks like?

Kawasaki is working on four cylinder 250 cc engine (45 PS) which will rival new age bikes like Yamaha R25, Honda CBR250RR, Suzuki GSX250R. According to rumours spreading via Indonesian bogs, Kawasaki is about to respond in a rather shocking manner.

The Japanese render of the ZX-25R is a drop of fuel that keeps the engine on the rumor mill running. Previous reports on the possible 25R suggested that Kawasaki’s Indonesian facility was supposedly working on a prototype. Most sources that have touched on the subject over the past few months seem to agree that 2019 could mark the return of the four-cyliner Ninja ZX-25R.  If this is the case, we would likely see the concept at Intermot or EICMA.

Sources: Young Machine, Top Speed, Overdrive

Image: Young Machine

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