Kawasaki Ninja 250 Review

Regarding a good Kawasaki Ninja 250 review, there are no better words to describe this bike than supreme quality, very economical, and quite fast. This is a motorcycle that is indeed the supreme starter motorcycle for any new rider out there. The Kawasaki Ninja 250 is very light, truly nimble, and is excellent on gas mileage. The classic Kawasaki Ninja 250 holds its own aesthetically, especially in the 2007 black color designs. This ‘Power Bike’ functions by a 248cc, parallel-twin, 4-stroke engine that puts out quite much power for being just under the 250 cc range. The Ninja 250 bike can also run the ¼ mile in only 14.6 seconds at 88 mph, which is more than enough for the highway.

The Ninja 250 runs the quarter-mile much faster than the 2003 Acura 3.2CL Type-S, which runs around 14.9 seconds. The classic motorcycle can also hit 60 mph very easily in only 5.75 seconds flat, which is very fast, in my opinion. The truth is, this impressive Kawasaki Ninja 250 is no slouch on the highways!

Beautiful Features Of The Ninja 250

What else is so special about this classic Ninja 250 you may ask? Well, what makes this fantastic bike even more fun is its epic 14,000 RPM redline. Talk about an absolute screamer on the highway! This is a Kawasaki Ninja 250 that loves being wound up to 10,000 RPMs, where you can feel it start to take the asphalt beneath your feet. In fact, the Ninja 250 is so lightweight that you may get blown around a bit at 65 mph.

However, even though this is not necessarily a bad thing, it does take a while to get used to for some.

Finally, one of the best things about the Kawasaki Ninja 250 is how cheap it is to buy. Not only is the Ninja 250 cheap to purchase at around $3,000 brand-new, but this nifty Ninja 250 also gets as much as 60 miles to the gallon on some highways. Overall, the Ninja 250 is of supreme quality.

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