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Kawasaki Motors Philippines launches the new Ninja 250SL

KAWASAKI NINJA 250SL

Single, Sexy and Available

Kawasaki Motors Philippines introduces its new single cylinder Ninja.

The newest addition to the Kawasaki Ninja line-up is here, the Ninja 250SL. SL stands for Super Lightweight. The aerodynamic full-fairing sin-gle cylinder, 4-stroke, 250cc bike incorporates many of the best Kawa-saki motorbike technologies in a nimble and compact package. Priced in the region of P195,000.00, it is the most wallet-friendly Ninja in the Kawasaki line-up that is sure to deliver high-value style and perfor-mance.

Torquey Talent

The Ninja 250SL’s single cylinder set-up engages the upper limits of the 250cc engine’s torque capacity from a standstill, resulting in excellent acceleration. Its handsome and aerodynamic full-fairing further helps power the bike up to speed, as it easily cuts through the wind. De-signed to be quick and compact, the new single cylinder bike weighs in at a light and well-balanced 151kg., making it a high-revving, su-premely manageable ride.

Equipped Like a Champ

The list of high-value specs fitted to the Ninja 250SL will not fail to im-press. It boasts of a trellis frame composed of high-tensile steel main tubes that ensure optimum rigidity balance, reduced weight, and light and nimble handling. It sports 10-spoke wheels for aggressive style. Petal disc brakes like those found on Kawasaki’s supersport models provide ample stopping power. A Uni-Track suspension gives a sure-footed ride. Its back-lit, digital, multifunction display provides infor-mation at a glance. And its patented heat management technology keeps the rider cool and comfortable. All this blends together into a complete package that is even more impressive than the sum of its parts.

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