2025 Kawasaki KX lineup ready for battle

2025 Kawasaki KX lineup ready for battle
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Kawasaki and motocross are inextricably linked. With the legendary KX models, the brand has the most supercross victories ever. For 2025, Kawasaki presents a very diverse line-up, with new graphics, in which every ambitious motocross rider can find their perfect motorcycle. From the first meters on the KLX110 to the mighty KX450 and brand new KX250.

KX450

The king of the Kawasaki KX line-up. Like no other, the KX450 combines raw power with unprecedented control, the result of years of refinement and direct input from riders in MXGP and Supercross. Traction Control, Power Modes and a frame with optimized stiffness balance contribute to better handling on a wide range of surfaces. Adjusting the engine mappings and viewing the maintenance logs is easy via the Rideology KX app on a smartphone.

NEW KX250

Hot off the press and ready for his debut with Kawasaki Racing factory team in the MX2 class. The new KX250 is more aggressive than ever before with an even more powerful engine, new frame and the addition of Traction Control and Rider Modes. To fully customize the KX250, the Ergo-Fit footpegs and handlebars are adjustable and engine mappings can be adjusted quickly and easily via a smartphone.

KX85-I a KX85-II

The KX85 models have been the ''next step'' in the KX line-up for years. Logical because the KX85 offers wide adjustment options and bullet-proof reliability. Available in 2 different models with small or large wheels so talents of all sizes can find their way to victory.

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KX65

Countless MX talents started their careers on the KX65. This water-cooled two-stroke is the perfect step-up for the smallest crossers. With a low saddle height, disc brakes, Uni-Trak rear suspension and the same graphics as the big KXs, nothing stands in the way of starting with confidence in the world of motocross.

KLX140

The KLX140 is equipped with an electric starter and close ratio five-speed gearbox with manual clutch so that young riders can master shifting from the very first moment. Available in 3 different sizes, it can also be used as a pit bike for adults.

KLX110

For the very first introduction to the off-road world, there is the compact KLX110 with semi-automatic gearbox. This 110cc dirt bike has both a kick starter and an electric starter and also an adjustable throttle limiter for a manageable speed while learning the first tricks of off-road riding.

Prices will be announced later. For more information or to find a Kawasaki Motocross dealer near you, visit the Kawasaki website.

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