The much-hyped 4-cylinder Ninja ZX-25R sports bike has been spotted in black colour for the first time. In comparison to the more-premium KRT Green colour scheme, the all-black shade has no graphics except for the Ninja logo on the fuel tank, ZX-25R moniker on the upper part of the fairing, 4-Cylinder sticker on the rear underseat panel, and the Kawasaki moniker on the lower-most part of the side fairing. It is also being rumoured that this one could be a more affordable version of the ZX-25R.
In comparison to the previously revealed Ninja ZX-25R KRT Green colour scheme, the all-black shade doesn’t feature frame sliders. As per the details available, Kawasaki would be offering the Ninja ZX-25R in a total of six shades. Mechanically, there has been no official confirmation on the power and torque figures of the ZX-25R though some reports suggest it to offer 55HP-60HP of maximum power.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R mileage is expected to be around 25 kmpl. In terms of performance, the 250cc 4-cylinder sportbike is expected to accelerate from 0-100 kmph in less than 6 seconds.Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R top speed is expected to be around 165 kmph (approximate). Kawasaki is unlikely to launch the motorcycle in Nepal as it will turn out to be too expensive because of its inherent sophistication. Even if Kawasaki launched the bike, it will likely cost around the same ballpark as the Ninja 400’s price.