Kawasaki has revealed the Z125 mini motorcycles, ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, which is scheduled to start from 28 Oct. This mini-bike will be available in two variants: the Z125 and Z125 Pro.
The Z125s will compete against the Honda MSX 125 and Grom mini-bikes, and is the first mini motorcycle from the Kawasaki stable. On the design front, the Z125s are based on the larger Kawasaki Z models.
Engine Displacement And Specifications:
The Z125 and the Z125 Pro are powered by a 125cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces 9.4bhp and weigh just 101kgs. The Z125 is offered with a four-speed automatic gearbox while the Z125 Pro comes with a four-speed manual transmission.
Engine displacement wise it may not be much, but these two mini Zs come equipped with Up-Side Down (USD) front forks, mono shocks at the rear, disc brakes for the front and rear, Z shaped LED tail lamps, and an exhaust neatly tucked under the belly of the motorcycle.
Will The Z125 Launch in India?
The Z125 and the 125 Pro are designed specifically for the Japanese and Asian markets. It is mostly unlikely that Kawasaki would bring the motorcycle to India, but we just hope they do. In Japan, the Z125 is on sale for approximately Rs. 1.4 lakh. Does India have a market for mini-bikes?
Kawasaki Z125 in pictures: