The 2022 Kawasaki KX250 Dirt Motorcycle is designed for experienced motor cross racers looking for a competitive edge. It has excellent power and handling, as well as easy ergonomics to accommodate a variety of riders. In AMA MX / SX racing, Kawasaki motorbikes are the most successful brand, and KX is the brand that makes the winner. We have built the KX250 motorbike as a championship-proof machine, so you are at the forefront. Become the next world champion. Become the next great hero. Become the following legendary figure. Become the next great pathfinder for the whole generation. It’s on the KX250 now or never. New 249cc 4-stroke engine with more power, new Cond disc-spring hydraulic clutch, fresh electronic start, and new sleek aluminum parameter frame.
2022 Kawasaki KX250 Dirt Motorcycle – Features and Specs
Unique Key Features
- Cond disc-spring hydraulic clutch with electric start.
- Engine with digital fuel injection system dual injector with finger-follower valve activation
- The KAYABA features three easy-to-change DFI Maps Slim Bodywork and Ergonomics with Coil Spring Fork and Rear Shock.
- Powerful engine cond disc-spring hydraulic clutch launch control mode
The Bike That Builds Champions
With championship-winning packages, including the latest forms of off-road competition, the Kawasaki KX Motorbike Line makes a stronger comeback for 2022 than ever.
The KX450 is a flagship model in the Kawasaki KX lineup, featuring a powerful 449cc engine, electronic start, Showa A-KIT technology suspension, and cond disc-spring hydraulic clutch that has won awards, accolades, and races.
The 2022 KX250, completely redesigned in 2021, is still the most potent, with a sleek aluminum frame, electronic start, and condenser disc-spring hydraulic clutch. The KX250 has won more AMA motocross and supercross titles than any other manufacturer, genuinely establishing itself as the winner’s bike.
In 2021, the KX450X and KX250X cross-country variants were added to Kawasaki’s KX motorbike series, introducing deliberately designed off-road competitive bikes into the KX portfolio. The Cross Country KX lineup, designed to dominate off-road race courses in both jungle and desert, provides riders with the necessary components for the direct off-road competition from Kawasaki, as well as the same dominant engine and chassis. The performance is found on it—KX counterpart just outside the showroom.
A hydraulic clutch, like the KX450, provides a more direct feel and lighter lever action. As its clutch heats up during heavy use, there is less play, resulting in a more consistent feel.
Factory-style Renthal’s 28.6 mm aluminum Fatbar, a popular aftermarket item, is now standard. The thicker handlebar helps decrease vibration and shocks transferred to the rider, while the improved grip position (19 mm lower, 8 mm closer) lets the rider weigh the front wheel more easily.
Even More Powerful Engine
Additional engine improvements increase the maximum output of an already powerful engine to about 1.0 kW. (1.4 PS). Rio’s limit has been increased to 350 minutes-1.
Slim, Ergonomic Bodywork
The all-new KX450-style bodywork features long, smooth surfaces and a peg tank line to help the rider move and control.
Restarting the engine is as easy as pushing a button with an electric start.
The Kawasaki KXTM250F was the first mass-cross bike with dual injectors in mass production. One injector is located below the throttle valve, near the air box, while the other is located above the throttle valve, near the air box. The two injectors have opposite functions, ensuring smooth, fast response at low rpm and providing tremendous peak power by operating at specific rpm ranges at high rpm. The downstream injector is in charge of the principal operation when quiet RPM operation is required, such as instantaneous speed off the line and accurate cornering control.
KLCM (Kawasaki Launch Control Mode)
The KLCM automatically controls the engine’s output to prevent the wheel from spinning and assists riders by improving stop-to-acceleration. When the clutch lever is pushed in and the system is turned on, the engine speed is limited to a specific rate while the rider retains full power. The engine speed is allowed to increase once the rider releases the clutch lever to attach the clutch, but the emphasis is adjusted to prevent the wheel from spinning and to keep the front wheel on the ground. When the rider goes into third gear or reaches a certain speed, the device disconnects automatically. Riders can choose from various settings depending on the model, each with a gradually advanced interference.
2022 Kawasaki KX250 Dirt Motorcycle – Price
The new 2022 Kawasaki KX250 Dirt Motorcycle is available at $8,399 only.
2022 Kawasaki KX250 Dirt Motorcycle – Technical Specifications
|249cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC 4-valve single
|Bore x Stroke
|78.0 x 52.2 mm
|Fuel injection: ø44 mm x 1, with dual injectors
|Forced lubrication, semi-dry sump
|Wet multi-disc, manual
|Front Suspension / Wheel Travel
|ø48 mm inverted fork with adjustable compression and rebound damping / 314 mm (12.4 in)
|Rear Suspension / Wheel Travel
|New Uni Trak featuring adjustable dual-range (high/low-speed) compression damping, adjustable rebound damping, & adjustable spring preload / 316 mm (12.4 in)
|Rake / Trail
|28.0° / 118 mm
|Steering Angle (L/R)
|42° / 42°
|Single semi-floating ø270 mm petal disc with dual-piston caliper
|ø240 mm petal disc with single-piston caliper
|Dimensions (L x W x H)
|2,180 x 820 x 1,265 mm (85.8 x 32.3 x 49.8 in)
|1,485 mm (58.5 in)
|335 mm (13.2 in)
|950 mm (37.4 in)
|107.3 kg (237 lb)
|Mass Without Fuel
|102.7 kg (226 lb)