Kawasaki KX 450
The KX 450 is the top-of-the-line motocrosser from the Kawasaki stable. It is a full-size motocross bike for the professionals in the trade. Kawasaki KX 450 Launch Date:
Kawasaki introduced the KX 450F version to India in October 2017. The 2022
version of the KX 450 was launched in December 2021. ...Read MoreRead Less
Kawasaki KX 450 Price:
The Kawasaki KX 450 comes in one standard variant and costs Rs. 8,59,000 ex-showroom in Delhi.
Kawasaki KX 450 Design:
This motocrosser is built on an ergonomic design to help riders adjust themselves according to the need. A long and narrow seat is placed at the height of the tank. A thick handlebar included in this bike reduces the vibrations felt by the rider. The lightweight aluminium perimeter frame is exposed on the sides, making it an important part of the design. The Kawasaki KX 450 comes in Lime Green colour with hints of black.
Kawasaki KX 450 Dimension:
The seat is placed at a height of 955 mm (3.1 feet) and the ground clearance is 340 mm (1.1 feet). A USD fork suspension in the front has a travel of 305 mm and a monoshock in the rear has a travel of 307 mm. Considering the power of this bike, its weight of just 110.2 kilograms give it a power-to-weight advantage.
Kawasaki KX 450 Features:
This Kawasaki motocrosser only has an electric-start option as it doesn’t get a kick-starter. A hydraulic clutch gives this machine excellent track performance since the clutch gets a lighter and consistent feel throughout the ride. Braking is assisted by a single semi-floating 270 mm petal disk with dual piston calliper on the front and a single 250 mm petal disk with single piston calliper in the rear.
Kawasaki KX 450 Engine and Performance:
The 449cc liquid-cooled, 4-stroke engine on the KX 450 churns out 53 horsepower and 44.7 Nm torque. This mill is mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
Kawasaki KX 450 Mileage:
The Kawasaki KX 450 returns a mileage of 25 kilometers a litre. It has a fuel tank capacity of 6.2 litres.
Kawasaki KX 450 Rivals:
Rivals to the Kawasaki KX 450 include Husqvarna FC 450, Husqvarna FE 450, KTM 450 SX-F, Honda CRF450X, Honda CRF450R, Honda CRF450RX, Honda CRF450R-S, Honda CRF450RWE, Yamaha YZ450F, Yamaha YZ450FX and Suzuki RM-Z450.