Kawasaki Motors Enterprise (Thailand) has showcased the Kawasaki W250 and the Kawasaki W175 SE at the 2017 Thai Motor Expo. Here are the live images of the bikes from the show.
The two motorcycle follow a classic design language, complete with air-cooled engines, round headlamps, spoke wheels, and pea-shooter style exhaust. While the W250 has generous helping of chrome at the right places, the W175 SE gets a more subtle look, thanks to the blacked-out engine, rims, and exhaust.
Powering the W250 is a 250cc single cylinder SOHC engine with fuel injection and air cooling. The powerplant makes 18 PS of power at 7,500 rpm, and 18 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. The twin-pod analogue instrument cluster features a digital inset. Coming to the suspension components, the bike uses telescopic front forks, and twin rear shock absorbers. For braking, the bike employs disc at the front and drum unit at the rear. ABS is absent.
The W175 SE employs a 177cc single cylinder engine with air cooling and carburetion. The power plant makes 13 PS of power at 7,500 rpm, and 13.2 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm. Putting the power down the rear wheel is a 5-speed transmission. The engine also features an electric starter.
Telescopic front fork with gaiters, and dual rear shock absorbers hold the cradle frame. The 17-inch spoke wheels are shod with 80-section front and 100-section rear tyres. Brakes include a single 220 mm front disc, and a 110 mm rear drum.