Is the Kawasaki z250sl a good bike?
3 owners have reviewed their KAWASAKI Z250SL (2015 – on) and rated it in a number of areas. Read what they have to say and what they like and dislike about the bike below. Not very popular but nice and light and good value.
Is the z250sl a 125 plus or 125 plus?
But it’s better to think of the Z250SL as a 125 Plus – a small, manageable bike with a bit of extra performance. The seat is fairly high for such a small bike, but most riders will be able to put their feet flat on the ground. The footpegs are high but quite far back while the handlebars are low and reasonably flat.
Is the Suzuki Inazuma z250sl an A2 bike?
Most A2-licence friendly bikes are a bit bigger and more powerful than the Z250SL, but the Suzuki Inazuma is a direct competitor. It’s about the same price as the Kawasaki, but its two-cylinder engine isn’t quite as powerful and the Inazuma is heavier too.
Is the Kawasaki SL a2-licence-friendly?
To put it into context, Kawasaki’s other A2-licence-friendly naked, the Z300 weighs 20kg more, and the SL’s lack of mass is immediately noticeable. Just pushing it out of the garage is as simple as handling a mountain bike.
What is a Kawasaki SLSL?
SL stands for ‘Super Lightweight’ and, at just 147kg ready to ride, it’s a title that’s well deserved. To put it into context, Kawasaki’s other A2-licence-friendly naked, the Z300 weighs 20kg more, and the SL’s lack of mass is immediately noticeable. Just pushing it out of the garage is as simple as handling a mountain bike.
What is the national speed limit for a ZSL?
But that’s OK, because the last time we checked, the National Speed Limit was 70mph – a speed the ZSL can easily and enthusiastically reach, helped along by its perfect fuel injection and faultlessly slick gearbox. For a bike that costs £3649, the ZSL doesn’t look or feel like it’s built to a price.