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The Kawasaki KLX125 model is a Super motard bike manufactured by Kawasaki . In this version sold from year 2013 , the dry weight is  and it is equipped with a V2, four-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 10.19 HP (7.4 kW) @ 8000 RPM and a maximum torque of 10.00 Nm (1.0 kgf-m or 7.4 ft.lbs) @ 6400 RPM . With this drive-train, the Kawasaki KLX125 is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of  . On the topic of chassis characteristics, responsible for road holding, handling behavior and ride comfort, the Kawasaki KLX125 has a Perimeter, steel frame with front suspension being 33 mm telescopic fork and at the rear, it is equipped with Uni-Trak . Stock tire sizes are 70/100-19 on the front, and 90/100-16 on the rear. As for stopping power, the Kawasaki KLX125 braking system includes Single disc. Petal disc.Twin-piston caliper. size 240 mm (9.4 inches) at the front and Single disc. Petal disc. Single-piston. size 190 mm (7.5 inches) at the back. 

Kawasaki KLX125 General Information

BrandKawasaki 
ModelKawasaki KLX125 
Start year2013 
Year2013 
CategorySuper motard 
Factory Warranty (Years / miles)

Kawasaki KLX125 Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight

Frame typePerimeter, steel 
Seat details
Wheelbase1,285 mm (50.6 inches) 
Length1,980 mm (78.0 inches) 
Width770 mm (30.3 inches) 
Height1,090 mm (42.9 inches) 
Seat Height830 mm (32.7 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. 
Alternate Seat Height
Ground Clearance255 mm (10.0 inches) 
Trail size
Wheels details
Front Tyres - Rims dimensions70/100-19 
Rear Tyres - Rims dimensions90/100-16 
Front brakesSingle disc. Petal disc.Twin-piston caliper. 
Rear brakesSingle disc. Petal disc. Single-piston. 
Front Brakes Dimensions - Disc Dimensions240 mm (9.4 inches) 
Rear Brakes Dimensions - Disc Dimensions190 mm (7.5 inches) 
Curb Weight (including fluids)113.0 kg (249.1 pounds) 
Dry Weight
Front Percentage of Weight
Rear Percentage of Weight
Weight-Power Output Ratio :
Fuel Tank Capacity7.00 litres (1.85 gallons) 
Reserve Fuel Capacity
Carrying Details and Capacity
Front Suspension33 mm telescopic fork 
Front Suspension Travel
Rear SuspensionUni-Trak 
Rear Suspension Travel

Kawasaki KLX125 Engine and Transmission Technical Data

Engine type - Number of cylindersV2, four-stroke 
Engine details
Fuel systemInjection 
Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity125.00 ccm (7.63 cubic inches) 
Bore x Stroke54.0 x 54.4 mm (2.1 x 2.1 inches) 
Compression Ratio9.5:1 
Number of valves per cylinder
Camshaft Valvetrain ConfigurationOHV 
Maximum power - Output - Horsepower10.19 HP (7.4 kW) @ 8000 RPM 
Maximum torque10.00 Nm (1.0 kgf-m or 7.4 ft.lbs) @ 6400 RPM 
Engine Maximum RPM
Cooling systemAir 
Lubrication systemForced lubrication, wet sump 
Engine oil capacity
Exhaust system
Gearbox
Transmission type, final drive ratioChain 
Clutch typeWet multi-disc, manual 
Driveline

Kawasaki KLX125 Performance

Top Speed
Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph)
Acceleration 0 to 400m (1/4 mile)
Recuperation 60 to 140 km/h in highest gear
Fuel Consumption - MPG - Economy - Efficiency
CO2 emissions
Emissions

Kawasaki KLX125 Electrical Systems, Ignition and Equipment

Ignition TypeDigital DC-CDI 
Electrical Details
Starter TypeElectric 
Instruments
Lights

How much horsepower does a Kawasaki KLX125 have?
The Kawasaki KLX125 has 10.19 HP (7.4 kW) @ 8000 RPM.

How tall (seat height) is a Kawasaki KLX125?
The Kawasaki KLX125 seat height is 830 mm (32.7 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.

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by Sulthoni, on LISTEN02:17

With its compact chassis, minimalist fairing and superior ergonomics, the Kawasaki KLX125 will reward you with first class off road performances any time you want to have some fun on two wheels.

The bike weighs only 113 kg and is propelled by a 125 cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke single cylinder, SOHC 2 valves engine which cranks out a maximum output of 7.6 KW (10.3 PS) at 8,000 rpm and 10.0 NM (1.0 KgƒM) of torque at 6,400 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a five speed transmission with wet multi-disc clutch.

The engine is mounted on a light permiter steel frame which is combined with 33 mm front forks and a rear Uni-Trak suspension.

The motorcycle’s speed is kept in check by a set of front and rear petal disc brakes.

Hit the jump for more information on the Kawasaki KLX125.

  • Year:

    2014

  • Make:

    Kawasaki

  • Engine:

    Air-cooled, 4-stroke Single

  • Transmission:

    5-speed

  • Horsepower @ RPM:

    10

  • Torque @ RPM:

    7

  • Energy:

    Fuel Injection

  • Displacement:

    125 cc

  • Top Speed:

    78 mph (Est.)

Overview

What’s stopping you?

City freedom on a bike that’s easy to handle and cost-effective. What’s stopping you?

2014 Kawasaki KLX125 Key Features:

Petal disc brakes

Petal brake discs front and rear provide superb stopping power. In addition to helping reduce unsprung weight, the wave shapes of the petal discs help clean the brake pads for more efficient braking performance.

Well-balanced proportions

With all chassis components were designed specifically for the 125 cm³ class (rather than borrowed from larger-displacement models), the KLX125 has very well-balanced proportions that add to a sharp appearance.

Lightweight & compact

Because its chassis components were designed specifically for the 125 cm3 class, the KLX125 offers a lightweight, compact package which results in a low seat height.

Big-bike FI system

The KLX125 features a big-bike style FI system (where fuel pump, injector and throttle body are all separate pieces). This type of system reduces the chance of air ingestion, making it ideal for spirited sports riding.

Specifications

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Maintenance4.0
Riders2.5
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KAWASAKI KLX125 Basic Specifications

ManufacturerKAWASAKIEngine Type
Model NameKLX125Engine Boot Mode -
Style・TypeMaximum Horsepower10PS/8,000rpm
Power Mode-Maximum Torque1.0kgf・m/6,000rpm
TypeTotal Weight(Dry Weight) - (Simulation)kg
Displacement124ccTotal Weight(Equipment Weight)112kg
Start Selling Year2018YearHorsepower Weight Ratio[ - / 10PS/8,000rpm] kg/PS
Energy Consumption53.5km/L(国土交通省届出値:60km/h・定地燃費値、2名乗車時)Length・ Height・Width1980mm × 1090mm × 770mm
Tank Capacity7.0LLiterSeat Height830mm
Drive Distance[53.5km/L(国土交通省届出値:60km/h・定地燃費値、2名乗車時) * 7.0L]km(Simulation)Front Wheel Size -
Fuel Supply TypeRear Wheel Size -

KAWASAKI KLX125Maintenance Information

Standard Equipment Spark Plug - Sprocket SpecificationTransmission(Front) > 14T
Transmission(Rear) > 47T
The Number Of Sparks Plug Used1PieceChain Specification - / - Chain Number
Sparks Plug Gap - Battery Model -
Engine Oil Total1.1LLiterHeadlight -
Light Type: -
When Oil Is Exchanged0.9LHeadlight Remarks -
When The Oil Filter Is Exchanged1.0LTaillight - / -
Front Turn Signal Specification - Rear Turn Signal Light -

KAWASAKI KLX125Other Detailed Maintenance Information

Engine Type -
Bore54.0mm
Stroke54.4mm
Compression Ratio9.5:1:1
Ignition Method -
Engine Lubrication -
Frame Style -
Minimum Turning Radius2.2.1m
Angle Of Dip26°30’m
Front Fork Angle96mm
Minimum Height255
Wheelbase1285
Steering Angle(Right)2.43°
Steering Angle(Left)43°
Riders2people
Tank Capacity -

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KAWASAKI KLX125 (2010 - on) Review

MCN rating2 out of 5(2/5)

Owners' rating3 out of 5(3/5)

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At a glance

Prices

Overall rating

Next up: Ride & brakes

2 out of 5(2/5)

Author: MCN Staff

Published: 02 June 2010

Updated: 21 November 2014

Rarely do mainstream manufacturers build a bike that doesn’t have at least one reason to buy it – but Kawasaki have pulled it off with the KLX125. It isn’t a dangerous bike, and it does perform a basic function as a commuter motorcycle, but there are plenty of other bikes that are considerably better than the KLX125.

Ride quality & brakes

Next up: Engine

2 out of 5(2/5)

You’ll notice the KLX125 is tiny. It also has cheap chassis components. The combination makes for a wobbly, twitchy ride, especially for taller riders. It’s too weedy to ride off-road unless you enjoy battering a new bike mercilessly – anything other than a grassy lane is beyond it.

Engine

Next up: Reliability

2 out of 5(2/5)

Learner riders are permitted up to 15bhp. So quite why Kawasaki’s all-new KLX125 has just 10bhp is anyone’s guess. It struggle to get over 60mph, and is lethargic getting there. It’s unintimidating to use, but 15bhp 125s aren’t either. For safety’s sake, a bit more power to overtake would be welcome.   

Reliability & build quality

Next up: Value

2 out of 5(2/5)

The simple engine should be tough as long as it’s serviced – it’s certainly under-stressed. But everything else is cheaply made, and won’t withstand abuse or neglect. There’s an awful lot of thinly-painted steel which is a prime candidate for rusting up fairly soon.

Value vs rivals

Next up: Equipment

2 out of 5(2/5)

If it cost £2000, you could forgive some of the shortcomings. But it’s not – slightly more will get you pukka-spec 125s, or less will buy you a Honda CBF125, which performs the same task better, cheaper, just without the off-road focus. Find a Kawasaki KLX125 for sale.

Equipment

2 out of 5(2/5)

There isn’t really any to speak of. The digital dash looks good, and the green plastics look like a pukka motocross bike, but everything else has the crude look and feel of a Chinese bike – but at Japanese bike prices. There’s a small tool bag on the tail, which is about the extent of the luxuries. Shame that’s mostly useless too. Compare and buy parts for the KLX125 in the MCN Shop.

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Specs

Engine size125cc
Engine typeAir-cooled 2v OHC single. Five gears, wet clutch. Chain drive
Frame typeSteel perimeter
Fuel capacity7 litres
Seat height830mm
Bike weight113kg
Front suspensionNone
Rear suspensionNone
Front brake240mm disc, twin-piston caliper
Rear brake190mm disc, single-piston caliper
Front tyre size70/100-19
Rear tyre size90/100-16

Mpg, costs & insurance

Average fuel consumption75 mpg
Annual road tax£21
Annual service cost-
New price£2,999
Used price -
Insurance group -
How much to insure?
Warranty termTwo year unlimited mileage

Top speed & performance

Max power10 bhp
Max torque7.38 ft-lb
Top speed62 mph
1/4 mile acceleration-
Tank range115 miles

Model history & versions

Model history

2010: New model

Other versions

Kawasaki D-Tracker 125: Supermoto version KLX with road tyres/wheels

Owners' reviews for the KAWASAKI KLX125 (2010 - on)

5 owners have reviewed their KAWASAKI KLX125 (2010 - 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.

Review your KAWASAKI KLX125 (2010 - on)

Summary of owners' reviews

Overall rating: 3 out of 5(3/5)
Ride quality & brakes: 3 out of 5(3/5)
Engine: 2.2 out of 5(2.2/5)
Reliability & build quality: 3.2 out of 5(3.2/5)
Value vs rivals: 3 out of 5(3/5)
Equipment: 2.6 out of 5(2.6/5)
3 out of 5Perfect greenlaner for the short and inexperienced rider

13 June 2015by Nyxlexica

Year: 2013

I would thoroughly recommend the KLX125 to anyone short in the leg who wants to build up confidence off-road. It lacks the specs necessary to keep you interested past the learning stage, however.

Ride quality & brakes3 out of 5

Suspension is adequate for newbie offroading but poor beyond that, engine is weedy, pillion is a bad idea. Brakes are actually quite nice for the power. The bike stands out simply because its low seat height makes it such an unintimidating creature to take out green laning and such. You can be completely careless with it, which I think is a trait lost in a lot of motocross-tall trail bikes. You just don't need that much suspension travel on a lot of British trails.

Engine2 out of 5

Not much torque at all so you have to rev it a bit more than your average street bike to keep it from stalling when pulling away - but it's a 125, so what do you expect?

Reliability & build quality3 out of 5

I dumped one of these at maybe 15mph tops and the bar bent. Another had its FI light on all the time, although this never manifested in any way that might stop me riding it. Corrosion was not an issue on either bike and the plastics are just as hardy as any other off-road machine.

Value vs rivals4 out of 5

Equipment3 out of 5

Neat digital dash with rev counter, trip meter, clock, fuel warning light and speedo. Headlights etc make it all road-legal.

4 out of 5Off Road

15 May 2014by owensj

My review is quite different to the ones here. I spent a day on this bike off road in forests and in mud with Mick Extance - who I highly recommend. OK it may be poor on the roads which I expect it is. Off road however, it is a hoot! It is small an unintimidating yet quite capable of the most challenging off road stuff. Felt like it had a bit more than just the 10bhp. There may be better off road bikes out there but I feel 2 stars is a bit low of a rating. I liked it!

Ride quality & brakes4 out of 5

Engine4 out of 5

Reliability & build quality3 out of 5

Value vs rivals4 out of 5

Equipment3 out of 5

2 out of 5Weedy and uninspiring

04 January 2014by Rogerborg

I rode a 2010 model today, and was seriously disappointed. It wasn't in bad nick, with little corrosion, and everything worked at it should. But that's about all I can find in its favour. The proportions are all wrong to begin with - anyone tall enough to suit the seat is going to swamp the bike. I felt very insecure perched on it, and with the crashy, wallowy ride, wasn't minded to explore the limits of what passes for handling. Performance was just dire. It felt weedier than the cheap HN125-8 (aka Lexmoto Vixen) Chinese bike I had a few years back, and I very much doubt that you'd see a real 62mph out of it on the flat. It makes a heck of a fuss doing it too, buzzing and vibrating like mad. All of that could be forgiven if it were cheap, but it isn't. £3K is a ridiculous price for such a wimpy bike, and sellers seem convinced that they're still worth nearly £2K even for the earliest ones. I'd honestly rather buy something like a Pulse Adrenaline brand new, and may end up doing so.

Ride quality & brakes2 out of 5

Engine1 out of 5

Reliability & build quality3 out of 5

Value vs rivals1 out of 5

Equipment2 out of 5

3 out of 5owners vid link review

15 May 2013by rogersgjuk2

sorry the youtube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXvSKGP-r8Q

Ride quality & brakes3 out of 5

Engine2 out of 5

Reliability & build quality3 out of 5

Value vs rivals3 out of 5

Equipment3 out of 5

3 out of 51 year on 4k later

15 May 2013by rogersgjuk2

I bought this little greeny as a commuter, just top do 36 miles to work and back again all weather.. I never looked at it in the metal, it was bought new and cheap and has never ever let me down. I starts first time, the seat is more comfortable than i expercted, I have used it through the snow and its been great to be fair. It is what it is, cheap reliable no rust on it, (its garaged every night) and I have change the oil n plug my self 3 times in the year. £7.50 to fill it up... lasts me a fortnight for work commute. I 100% agree with your review MCN, it does need more power, I once saw 65 mph and a normal plod at 50 is ok on the back roads. dual carriageways... forget it.. no guts at all and you do feel very vulnerable due to its small stature. so, if you want a reliable go all day bike, cheap, easy to maintain and you are on the small side and don't need speed. this is a good start. i made a youtube video when i got it new ill make a new one tomorrow 1yr on.

Ride quality & brakes3 out of 5

Engine2 out of 5

Reliability & build quality4 out of 5

Value vs rivals3 out of 5

Equipment2 out of 5

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Klx125 kawasaki

Powered by a torquey and responsive air-cooled 125cc four-stroke engine, the KLX125 pumps out plenty of user-friendly power for off-road fun. The engine is specially tuned for low and mid-range power, and a smooth shifting five-speed transmission means there’s a gear for every riding situation. A cable-operated manual clutch, along with a digital CD ignition for quick starts, makes this quiet-running motorcycle reliable and easy to operate.

The KLX125 rides on a 17-inch front wheel and 14-inch rear wheel, while front and rear drum brakes provide ample stopping power and are low maintenance.

A high-tensile steel frame with a rigid carbon-steel swingarm add to the machine’s durability and lightweight handling characteristics, while bumps are soaked up by a long-travel front fork and linkage-equipped single-shock rear suspension system. The combination of a shorter wheelbase and a very comfortable riding position makes the KLX125 fun to ride on a variety of terrain.

Inspired by Kawasaki’s racy KX™ models, the fuel tank, slim seat and number plates give the bike an exciting look, while the classic lime green plastic gives it a true Kawasaki identity.

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