2013 Kawasaki KX250F Released

4 years ago

Kawasaki Australia have released the all new 2013 KX250F motocrosser into the Australian marketplace at the same 2012 RRP of $10,999.

Major upgrades to the new 2013 KX250F include but are not limited to a new slimmer rider interface and flatter tank-seat line, revised ECU settings and 3x interchangeable EFI couplers with pre-set maps for varying conditions, wider and straighter intake for even higher RPM, revised SFF (Separate Function front Fork), new minimalist shrouds and new factory inspired black rear guard, easier engine tuning capabilities and the same internal engine construction as used by Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki factory racers.

Check out this footage of Troy Carroll and Kade Mosig giving a full run down on the new bike.

Head down to your local Kawasaki Dealership to see the 2013 KX250F today.

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