The Kawasaki Z125 Pro is the Jack Russell of motorcycles: small, compact and the life of the party. With a 46.3-in wheelbase, 31.7-in seat height and 224.8-lb curb weight, it’s ride ‘em cowboy time whenever there’s enough fuel to let her rip with pals in the neighborhood.
The Kawasaki Z125 Pro is powered by a 125cc single-cylinder, 4-stroke and air-cooled fuel-injected engine. The Z125 Pro was introduced to much fanfare in 2016 when it became readily apparent that the Honda Grom scene was too good for Kawi to pass up. Its under-engine exhaust adds to a compact, mass-centralized design. Additional features include a four-way preloadable rear shock,four-speed return shift transmission, 184mm petal disc rear brake/200mm front, 12-in cast wheels with narrow profile street tires, electric start, LED tailight, digital LCD screen and analog tachometer with an integrated fuel gauge and gear position indicator.
The Kawasaki Z125 Pro mini streetfighter is priced at $3,199, and comes in Metallic Courage Gray. The $3,399 Z125 Pro KRT Edition is decked out in Kawasaki Team Racing Lime Green/Ebony livery.
“Consider the bike something fun for the experienced rider, something practical for the guy who’s already got a bigger bike in his garage but wants something for running to the store, and at the same time something user-friendly and affordable for the newer rider.” Bradley Adams - Contributor, Cycle World Magazine