Lawa kan “motor” jepun nie.. hehehe
Kawasaki Ninja 250R (CKD)
* Engine: Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin
* Displacement: 249cc
* Bore x stroke: TBD
* Compression ratio: TBD
* Maximum power : 32PS (31.56 hp) at 11,000rpm
* Maximum torque: 21.7Nm (16 ftlb) at 10,000rpm
* Cooling: Liquid
* Carburetion: Keihin CVK30 x 2
* Ignition: TCBI with digital advance
* Transmission: Six-speed
* Final drive: O-ring chain
* Frame: Semi-double cradle, high-tensile steel
* Wheelbase: 1390mm(NA Model) – 54.72 in
* Rake / trail: TBD
* Front suspension / wheel travel: 37mm hydraulic telescopic fork / TBD
* Rear suspension / wheel travel: Uni-Trak with aluminum linkage / Preload Adjustable
* Front tire: 110/70-17 IRC
* Rear tire: 130/80-17 IRC
* Front brake: Single 290mm hydraulic petal disc with two-piston caliper
* Rear brake: Single 220mm petal disc with two-piston caliper
* Overall length: 2080mm – 81.88 in
* Overall width: 710mm – 27.95 in
* Overall height: 1115mm – 43.89 in
* Seat height: 780mm – 30.70 in
* Dry weight: 151kg – 332.89 lbs
* Fuel capacity: 18 liters – 4.755 gal
* Color choices: Lime Green, Ebony, Passion Red, Candy Plasma Blue
Harga OTR : RM19,889
Welly Batu Caves dapat motor display petang nie.
Cash : 20799.00
Loan : 21581.80
Downpayment : 7681
Monthly (4 Years) : RM406.00
Monthy (3 Years) : RM502.00
SHAH ALAM: The International Trade and Industry Ministry is considering revising the National Automotive Policy to encourage local automotive players to develop hybrid vehicles, Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin said yesterday.
“We are studying the types of vehicles that use the hybrid technology these few weeks,” he said, adding that Malaysia was “too slanted” towards protection of national cars presently.
Speaking after officiating at the opening of Kawasaki Motors (M) Sdn Bhd’s new factory in Hicom Glenmarie Industrial Park and launch of two new Kawasaki models yesterday, Muhyiddin said higher energy cost due to the fuel price increase recently was bound to encourage consumers to shift towards using fuel-efficient vehicles, including motorcycles, as a mode of transport.
“The current situation is likely to increase demand for motorcycles, which are a cost-efficient and cheap alternative means of transportation in developing countries,” he said.
Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin testing the new Kawasaki model during the launch of Kawasaki Ninja 250R and Kawasaki ER-6n. Looking on is Kawasaki Motors executive chairman Datuk Hanipuddin Raja Datuk Nong Chik (left) and other officials.