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2022 KX250X

CROSS-COUNTRY

FEATURES

  • Fuel-injected 249cm3 liquid-cooled 4-stroke, single cylinder engine.
  • New slim, ergonomic bodywork KX450 styling with long, smooth surfaces and flatter tank-seat line.
  • Revised, KX450-based frame and KX450 Swingarm offer improved handling and increased rear wheel traction.
  • KX450 Hyrdaulic Clutch offering more direct feel and light lever action for more consistent feeling.
  • Updated Race Ready Suspension optimised for increased feedback on aggressive trails.
  • Ease of use with Electric Start and lightweight compact Li-ion battery.
  • Front 21″ and Rear 18″ wheels and enduro-type tyres are well suited to the cross country riding conditions.
  • High performance KYB 48mm dia inverted coil-spring fork (with Kashima Coat) matched to a new KYB shock unit.
  • Factory-style 28.6mm Renthal Aluminium Fatbar reduces vibration and shock transmitted to the rider.

Engine
Model KX250X
Engine Type 4-stroke, liquid cooled, single cylinder
Displacement 249 cm³
Bore X Stroke 78.0 x 52.2 mm
Compression Ratio 14.1:1
Valve System DOHC, 4 valves
Fuel System Fuel injection: ø44 mm x 1 with dual injectors
Ignition Digital DC-CDI
Starting Electric
Transmission 5-speed, return
Clutch Wet multi-disc, manual
Frame
Type Perimeter, aluminium
Wheel Travel Front 314 mm
Wheel Travel Back 316 mm
Tyre
Front 80/100-21 (51M)
Rear 110/100-18 (64M)
Suspension
Front ø48 mm inverted telescopic fork with adjustable compression and rebound damping
Rear New Uni-Trak with adjustable dual-range (high/low speed) compression damping, adjustable rebound damping and adjustable preload
Brakes
Front Single semi-floating 270 mm semi-floating petal disc with dual piston caliper.
Rear Single 240 mm petal disc with single piston caliper.
Dimensions
L x W x H 2,170 x 820 x 1,260 mm
Wheelbase 1,480 mm
Ground Clearance 330 mm
Seat Height 945 mm
Curb Mass 109.2 kg (includes full fuel tank, all fluids at optimum levels)
Fuel Capacity 6.2 litres
Performance
Colour/s Lime Green
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