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Here’s the 2022 Kawasaki Versys-X 250 adventure bike

Written by Akhil Dalvi

Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Kawasaki has announced the launch of its updated 2022 Versys-X 250 adventure motorcycle in Japan. Kawasaki states that it has scheduled the arrival of the 2022 Versys-X 250 at its Japanese dealerships from February 2022. Coupled with the “ANY ROAD ANY TIME” performance tagline, the Versys-X 250 motorcycle offers high amounts of versatility and riding pleasure. Kawasaki has ensured to update the 2022 Versys-X 250 with a few adventure-oriented components in comparison to its previous generation.

2022 Kawasaki Versys-X 250: Design Details 

Kawasaki has retained some of the elements on the 2022 Versys-X 250, including its upright stance and single LED headlight. The adventure bike features a large shroud, tall touring-style windscreen, angular side fairings, and a 17-litre muscular fuel tank. Additionally, the updated Versys-X 250 gets 17-litre metal panniers, an engine guard, a centre stand, and a power socket. The new colour options include – Candy Lime Green with Metallic Flat Spark Black and Metallic Ocean Blue with Pearl Robotic White.

2022 Kawasaki Versys-X 250: Technical Specs 

Kawasaki has equipped the new Versys-X 250 with a 249cc, 180-degree, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine from the previous-gen Ninja 250. The engine develops 33 PS of power and 21 Nm of torque via a 6-speed gearbox with a multi-plate wet clutch. 2022 Versys-X 250 sports a seat height of 815mm, a ground clearance of 180mm, and a diamond frame format.

Kawasaki has equipped the adventure motorcycle with 19-inch front wheels and 17-inch rear wheels along with knuckle guards. The adventure motorcycle sports 41mm telescopic front forks with 130mm of travel and a rear swingarm with 148mm of travel. For braking performance, the new Versys-X 250 sports a single 290mm front disc along with a single 220mm rear disc.

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Recently, Kawasaki announced the launch of 50th-anniversary special editions for its Z650 and Z900 series for international markets. With a history that dates back to 1972, the 50th-anniversary editions include the Z650, Z650RS, Z900, and Z900RS. To mark the special occasion, Kawasaki has implemented a new Firecracker Red paint scheme for all the Z series bikes. Complimenting the unique colour scheme are the Gold-coloured wheels, a Gloss-Black frame, commemorative “Z 50th” logos, and unique body highlights.

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