Spied and Rendered – Kawasaki Ninja 250 SL

Posted on: Jan 9, 2014 - 5:01pm IST

Recent spyshots have emerged on the internet hinting that Kawasaki could introduce a new baby sportsbike. The new single-cylinder Kawasaki motorcycle has been caught nearly uncamouflaged in Indonesia, and based on those images, Moto Blast has rendered the bike.

Kawasaki Ninja 250 SL rendering
The Kawasaki Ninja 250 SL would be a single-cylinder offering from the brand.

The rendering shows a well proportioned, fully-faired sportsbike featuring a single headlight unit. If you compare this with the spyshot attached below, the rendering seems pretty accurate.

While details on the new Ninja are unknown, Moto Blast thinks it would be called the Ninja 250 SL. The single-cylinder bike would sport features such as front and rear disc brakes and a fully digital instrument console.

The year 2013 saw a product offensive from Kawasaki as the brand launched 5 motorcycles in India. The Ninja 300, ZX-10R, ZX-14R, Z1000 and Ninja 1000 were introduced in India last year.

Kawasaki Ninja 250 SL spied
We should see the 250 SL unveil this year.

Further, company officials announced that a new product will be launched this month, which we think could be the Z800. And apart from the above mentioned bikes, reports have also indicated that the Versys 1000 and ER-6n would be brought into the country by the middle of this year.

What are your expectations from the new Ninja 250 SL?

[Images from MotoBlast.com and TMC Blog]

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2 thoughts on “Spied and Rendered – Kawasaki Ninja 250 SL

  1. Suraj Singh says:

    In which month of 2014, ninja 250sl is going 2 launch in India nd I want 2 know expected price in chennai..
    Thank u.

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  2. Aravind Anand says:

    The Ninja 250 was a nice sporty bike with plastics and a dated intrument console. The Ninja 300 was a much improved version with all negatives addressed but priced at 4L, a steep increment over the 250 it replaced.
    I expect the new 250 SL to be well rounded like the 300, with a price tag of around 2-2.2L. Cant pay much more for a sigle cylinder 250 cc sport bike.

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