Kawasaki have announced a host of updates to the 2021 KX250 model, with an XC or cross-country version also offering a few different features for those less focused on motocross riding.
Engine revisions have seen a boost to power, with Kawasaki promising more low to mid range as well, while the rev range has also been increased to a heady 14,500 rpm.
Chassis updates have seen the frame and swingarm updated, while suspension has been further optimised, alongside styling and ergonomic updates, with a new set of Renthal Fatbars fitted.
Here’s a quick run down of what’s new on the 2021 Kawasaki KX250 and what’s different on the 2021 KX250 XC, in an update overview, while we wait for these models to arrive.
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