World leading motorbike and sports motorbike company, Kawasaki launches its KLX dirt bikes 2020. The much waited answers from the company come up with KLX 230R and 300R. Both the KLX models are being claimed as more accessible platforms for everyday riders. Thus, these affordable four-stroke variants utilize the company’s high-tensile steel frame, aluminum swingarm, and six-speed transmission while introducing varying suspension heights and travels for differing ride types.
Besides other features, the air-cooled KLX 230R boasts a lower silhouette for short riders. On the other hand, the liquid-cooled KLX 300R offers 11.2 inches of travel and a Uni-Trak suspension for enhanced absorption while on the trail.
Kawasaki’s KLX Dirt Bikes 2020
Coming to the two models of Kawasaki’s KLX Dirt Bikes 2020, the KLX230R offers a lower seat height less sophisticated suspension. But the bikes have less weight and a significant price break. The 2020 off-road motorcycle has been designed to ensure that there is an affordable, capable, and durable motorcycle in the KLX lineup for every rider in the family, to get out and enjoy the trails with confidence.
The dirt bike uses the simple, air-cooled engine design, along with an easy handling perimeter frame. Therefore the KLX230 is compact and balanced resulting in optimal trail performance and fun. While, talking about the engine, the bike has powerful 233 cc fuel-injected, air-cooled four-stroke engine and compact steel perimeter frame. These things also matched with full-size wheels, long-travel suspension, ample ground clearance, and large diameter front and rear disc brakes, all contributing to the off-road capability of the KLX230R. The motorcycle also features KX-inspired styling and ergonomics for agile handling in a variety of conditions.
Besides the affordability, durability and design, the balance between the engine and frame results in optimal trail performance. The KLX 300R has 292cc strange engine, while fuel-injected, liquid-cooled four-stroke engine and easy handling, semi-double cradle frame were designed with reliability and durability for trail riding.
Alongside that the diet bike has full-size wheels, long-travel suspension, ample ground clearance and large diameter front. Besides that it has rear disc brakes all contribute to the off-road capability of the KLX300R motorcycle. Not only that, it also features KX-inspired styling and ergonomics for agile handling in a variety of conditions.