Kawasaki Z 250

4.34 | 32 Review(s)
RM 14,850 - 20,370 Expected Price in Kuala Lumpur
Dp RM 3,000 EMI : RM 153 x 84
Don't miss out on the best offers for this month.

Kawasaki Z 250 2022

The Kawasaki Z 250 2022 price in the Malaysia starts between RM 14,850 - 20,370 . it is available in 2 colors, 2 variants in the Malaysia. The Z 250 is powered by a 248 cc engine, and has a 6-Speed gearbox. The Kawasaki Z 250 has a seating height of 785 mm and kerb weight of 168 kg. The Z 250 comes with Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes along with ABS. Over 32 users have reviewed Z 250 on basis of Features, Mileage, seating comfort, and engine performance. Z 250 top competitors are MT-25, CB250R, Ninja 250 and Ninja 250 SL.

Read More Read Less

Kawasaki Z 250 Specs

Start Option
Petrol Electric
Maximum Power
Petrol 36.49 hp
Displacement
Petrol 249 cc
Z 250 Specifications

Tell us about the design, comfort and safety features of your vehicle. Help your friends make the right choice.

Disclaimer* Write a Review

Kawasaki Z 250 Pros & Cons

Get the better insight and helps to buy or not
Things we like in Z 250

The Z series of Kawasaki is well known for the aggressive-looking motorcycles which fall under it. And the Z250, despite being one of the smallest one of the lot, has a big bike appeal to it. The razor-sharp design with new changes to headlamps and fuel tank make it look muscular and sharp.

Despite being an entry-level performance-oriented motorcycle, the Kawasaki Z250 is equipped with all the premium cosmetic features which are usually found in a flagship motorcycle. Things like all-LED headlamps and tail lamps as well as fully digital instrument console from the Z650 do lift up the appeal o of the Z250.

The four-stroke, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, parallel-twin, 249cc engine of the Kawasaki Z250 is very impressive as far as performance and refinement is concerned. With 37PS of maximum power and 23Nm of peak torque on tap, the Kawasaki Z250 is one of the most powerful quarter-liter nakeds in the market right now.

Things we don't like in Z 250

While the stiff suspension setup does aid the Kawasaki Z250 in handling department, it does take a small toll on the overall ride quality, which isn’t too plush on uneven tarmacs. Adding to it, the pillion seat too is small and a bit hard, making it a bit uncomfortable for pillion riders on longer rides.

While the fully digital instrument console on the Kawasaki Z250 looks fancy with its unique layout, it is not as convenient to read in bright daylight.

Compared to all the other twin-cylinder motorcycles, the Kawasaki Z250 is priced at quite a premium point, which when taking the competition into account, seems lesser value for money.

Recent Updates of Z 250

An all-new inline-four Kawasaki Z250 is said to be in the making by the Japanese manufacturer. This bike is said to be based on the ZX-25R platform and will most likely be launched by the end of 2022 or early 2023. The Z-250 is currently available in two variants in the Malaysian market and comes priced from RM 14,850. Powering this naked bike is a 249cc liquid-cooled fuel-injected single-cylinder engine that makes 27.6 hp of power at 9700 rpm and 22.6 Nm of torque at 8200rpm. The engine is paired to a six-speed manual gearbox.

Read More Read Less

Kawasaki Z 250 2022 Price Malaysia

  • Petrol
Kawasaki Z 250 SL
RM 14,850 (OTR) View Offers
Kawasaki Z 250 ABS
RM 20,370 (OTR) View Offers

Compare Kawasaki Z 250 With Similar Motorcycles

Compare Similar Motorcycles

Kawasaki Z 250 Price In Popular Cities

Shah Alam RM 14,850 - 21,370
Petaling Jaya RM 14,850 - 21,370
Johor Bahru RM 14,850 - 21,370
Kuching RM 14,850
Please start typing to search your city here

Kawasaki Z 250 Videos

Watch the video review of Kawasaki Z 250 to learn about interior, exterior, performance, mileage and more.

  • KAWASAKI Z250 - MotoMoteros
    KAWASAKI Z250 - MotoMoteros
    16 Oct, 2015 .
  • My New Bike: Kawasaki Z250
    My New Bike: Kawasaki Z250
    16 Oct, 2015 .
  • Kawasaki Z250 | Comprehensive Review | Autocar India
    Kawasaki Z250 | Comprehensive Review | Autocar India
    16 Oct, 2015 .
  • Kawasaki Z250 Review & Engine Revving
    Kawasaki Z250 Review & Engine Revving
    16 Oct, 2015 .
  • First Ride l Kawasaki Z250 l PowerDrift
    First Ride l Kawasaki Z250 l PowerDrift
    16 Oct, 2015 .
Kawasaki Z 250 Videos

Compare Variants Of Kawasaki Z 250

  • Petrol
  • Z 250 SL
    RM 14,850 Expected Price
    Base Variant Features
    • Petrol
    • Manual
    • Pass Switch
    • Display Screen
    • Adjustable Headlights
    • Side Wings
    • Engine Check Warning
    • Indicator Light
    • Tripmeter
    View More VIEW DECEMBER OFFERS
  • Z 250 ABS
    RM 20,370 Expected Price
    + 1 Additional Feature(s)
    • Petrol
    • Manual
    • ABS
    VIEW DECEMBER OFFERS

Kawasaki Z 250 Features Highlights

  • Maximum Power
    Maximum Power

    It is one of the most powerful quarter-liter naked bikes available in the market.

    Read More
    Available For

Kawasaki Z 250 Review

The Kawasaki Z250 was launched in Malaysia way back in 2013. Since then it has not received any major updates. Built as a naked streetfighter version of the Ninja 300, with a design inspired from its bigger brothers (the Z800 and the Z1000), it took its engine from the Ninja 250 – albeit in a friendlier tune. Much like the Kawasaki lineup then, it had a very confusing birth. It dominated the 250cc scene in the country at that time, thanks mainly to its very competitive pricing at RM 21589. This made it the ideal entry-level bike for anyone who wanted to ride something bigger than a kapchai. But since then, the market has been transformed by the likes of KTM and Yamaha. So, how does the Kawasaki stack up against today’s competition?  Let’s find out.

Read More Read Less

Kawasaki Z 250 Design

The first thing you will notice would be the headlight. Inspired by the Z800, it looks as if it’s raising its nose in disgust at the slow moving traffic. The design is quintessentially and unmistakably Kawasaki. Same goes for the front heavy stance caused by the tank extensions and the belly cover. The rear is neat and racy. The console has a big analog half circle tachometer along with a digital display that shows everything else – the fuel gauge, trip meter, odometer and the clock. What is missing, however, is a gear indicator, which seems like an oversight on a bike meant for beginners. It uses a steel tube diamond frame chassis and rides on 120 mm Y-spoke alloys on the front and 132 mm ones in the rear. There are 110/70-17M/C 54S tires on the front and 140/70-17M/C 66S tires on the rear. No clip-ons here so the seating position is upright. Tall riders may feel cramped due to rear set foot pegs. The seat height is pretty low at 785 mm aiding handling and raising the confidence of shorter riders. The 1400 mm wheelbase and 26-degree rake angle serve to make the bike agile. The seat, however, may feel inadequate on rough roads. Thankfully, the ground clearance is decent at 145 mm. The fuel tank will also feel satisfactory at 17L.  Build quality is good and it feels like a premium product.

Z 250 Ride & Handling

The 37 mm telescopic front forks and the adjustable monoshock in the rear perform well on smooth roads. The rear is stiff for riding on broken potholed roads. The chassis allows for good handling characteristics. It feels confident while swerving and allows lean angles on the 168 kg bike easily. The 35-degree steering angle and the short wheelbase also helps in this. The tires, however, feel restrictive. This bike could definitely use some better aftermarket tires. Thanks to the burgeoning aftermarket scene there is no dearth of such options.

Kawasaki Z 250 Engine & Fuel Consumption

The engine is the biggest draw for the Kawasaki and even today stands out from the crowd. It is a liquid-cooled, fuel injected, DOHC Parallel Twin, displacing 249cc and with 4 valves per cylinder. It produces 32 PS at a mind-numbing 11000 rpm and 21.0 Nm of torque at 10000 rpm. The fuel injection uses a dual throttle valve that not only controls the fuel delivery but also delivers good fuel economy. The engine’s sweet spot lies above 5000 rpm after which the bike really comes into its element. This does mean that the bike will always have to be kept high revving. It delivers the completely opposite kind of performance from the KTM in terms of outright acceleration. It is, however, a refined engine with very few vibrations felt through the handlebars. Transmission is a 6-speed unit. Fuel economy is also great at 30 km/L when driven sensibly.    

Z 250 Braking & Safety

There is a single 290 mm petal disc in the front and a 220 mm petal disc in the rear, both using a dual piston caliper setup. Yet again it misses out on ABS which feels like an oversight against the competition. The brakes by themselves, however, feel adequate and provide good feel.

User Reviews of Kawasaki Z 250

Write a Review
4.34/5 Very Good based on 32 reviews
  • All (32)
  • Feature (9)
  • Spec (21)
  • Tire (3)
  • Exterior (10)
  • Seats (4)
  • Dimension (6)
  • Mileage (9)
  • Engine (12)
  • Super attractive bike from Kawasaki offers excellent riding dynamics

    Now, this bike can be categorized as a queen edition from the Kawasaki brand. I was literally amazed at this green bike not only for its attractive...

    Read More
    I
    izuan Sep 08, 2022 for Kawasaki Z 250
  • Probably the best mileage and sports bike experience!

    The Kawasaki Z 250 is by far one of the most appealing budget motorbikes to have come into the picture! The bike isn’t only great but gives you the...

    Read More
    Z
    Zamrud Jul 06, 2022 for Kawasaki Z 250
  • A Gorgeous Little Thunderbolt!

    This is the smallest bike in the Z series designed and dropped by Kawasaki. Yet the bike is filled with exciting features that are giving me chills...

    Read More
    S
    Sajjad May 16, 2022 for Kawasaki Z 250
  • Compact, street-legal style

    The Kawasaki Z 250 is the automaker’s approach to catching the competitive 250cc market! The bike has been around for some time now and I must...

    Read More
    A
    Arhaa Apr 20, 2022 for Kawasaki Z 250
  • Compact performer

    The Kawasaki Z250 was the first 2-cylinder bike I ever rode. This bike has been with me for the last 3 years and I use it daily. It’s a compact...

    Read More
    W
    Waase Jan 13, 2022 for Kawasaki Z 250
  • An entry-level motorcycle that offers much more than its price

    Coming from Kawasaki it is no surprise that the Z 250 is an amazing motorcycle with great design and features that would really surprise you. The...

    Read More
    S
    Syamel Dec 14, 2021 for Kawasaki Z 250
  • Lightweight and fun to ride

    The Z250 is a great naked sportsbike that looks pretty muscular and has a nice stance. This bike is ideal for your usual city commute because it is...

    Read More
    S
    Steven Dec 09, 2021 for Kawasaki Z 250
  • The Stylish Looking Beast

    I have been an owner of the Kawasaki Z 250 for nine months now, and earlier to that, I have used the Z1000 model of the bike too, which is owned by a...

    Read More
    Z
    zakwan Aug 16, 2021 for Kawasaki Z 250
  • Affordable bike that is best for highway riding

    Affordable price of this green bike motivated me to get a vivid picture of it. Besides, the sporty riding position is quite a favorable aspect which...

    Read More
    S
    Shivesh Aug 11, 2021 for Kawasaki Z 250
  • The right naked street beginner bike

    I have always loved the Kawasaki Z bikes more than the Ninja because it makes more sense. It is the almost the same in performance and feel but is...

    Read More
    B
    Brendan Jul 06, 2021 for Kawasaki Z 250
Kawasaki Z 250 reviews

Kawasaki Z 250 Questions & Answers (FAQs)

What is the Kawasaki Z 250 Seat Height?

The Kawasaki Z 250 seat height is 785 mm .

Helpful (149)

What is the Weight of Kawasaki Z 250?

The kerb weight of Kawasaki Z 250 is 148 kg .

Helpful (40)

What is the Power Output of Kawasaki Z 250?

The maximum power output of Kawasaki Z 250 is 27.6 hp and the maximum torque is 22.6 Nm .

Helpful (49)

What are the Dimensions of Kawasaki Z 250?

The Kawasaki Z 250 dimensions are as follows - Height: 1015 mm , Length: 1935 mm , Width: 700 mm .

Helpful (27)

What is the Engine Displacement of Kawasaki Z 250?

The Kawasaki Z 250 has a 249 cc Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, Liquid-Cooled, 4 Valves DOHC engine.

Helpful (54)

What is the Tyre Type of Kawasaki Z 250?

The Kawasaki Z 250 has Radial Tyre Type.

Helpful (101)
View More FAQ

Latest Question

has asked on May 26, 2018

Q. What are the Safety Features Available in Kawasaki Z 250?

Answer
author
Siah Davidhas asked on Nov 22, 2018

Q. What is the different of SL and STANDARD?

V
Vipul SharmaApr 05, 2019
Find the difference between the two models at https://www.zigwheels.my/compare-motorcycles/kawasaki-z-250-vs-kawasaki-z-250
View 1 answers Answer
author
Siah Davidhas asked on May 26, 2018

Q. What are the Pros and Cons of Kawasaki Z 250?

Answer
author
Siah Davidhas asked on May 26, 2018

Q. What are the colors options available in Kawasaki Z 250?

Answer
author
Siah Davidhas asked on May 26, 2018

Q. What is the price of Kawasaki Z 250?

Answer
author
Kawasaki Z 250 Questions

Other Kawasaki Z 250 Motorcycles

Kawasaki Z 250 Motorcycles

Kawasaki Featured Motorcycles

  • Popular
Kawasaki Motorcycles in Malaysia

Nearest Kawasaki Showrooms

Kawasaki Dealers In Kuala Lumpur

Automotive News and Reviews

  • News Z 250
Z 250 Motorcycle News
Get easy loan for your Motorcycles EMI starting from RM 153 /month Get Loan
Get the exclusive offers on Kawasaki Z 250 OTR starting from RM 14,850 VIEW DECEMBER OFFERS