Get Out and Play with the 2021 Kawasaki KLX Line Up
A fan favorite, the Kawasaki KLX family of off-road motorcycles are widely popular for their low maintenance, easy-to-ride character, and incredible capabilities while out on the trails. Completing the rest of the 2021 KLX line up are five additional models, which consist of four engine configurations and are built to suit a variety of riders.
The KLX 230 dual-purpose motorcycle is built to take riders to new places. Taking cues from the KX line and Kawasaki’s racing heritage, this street legal, dual-purpose motorcycle has been designed to enable riders to get out of town and enjoy the trails with confidence. A smooth and reliable powerful, 233cc fuel-injected, air-cooled engine has been paired with an easy-to-use smooth-shifting six-speed transmission and manual clutch, and a compact steel perimeter frame, which were all designed with trail riding in mind. Full-size wheels, long-travel suspension, and ample ground clearance contribute to the off-road capability of the KLX 230 motorcycle. Front and rear disc brakes supported by Kawasaki’s first dual-purpose ABS provide sure stopping power when riding on trails as well as on-road.
The KLX 300R off-road motorcycle bridges the gap between a weekend play bike and a full race bike. As the flagship of the KLX lineup, the KLX 300R combines the best of both engine and chassis performance to create the ultimate lightweight, fun off-road machine. The powerful 292cc fuel-injected, liquid-cooled four-stroke engine features an electric starter and keyless ignition. It has a user-friendly smooth-shifting six-speed transmission and manual clutch.
The KLX300R comes equipped with full-size off-road wheels and tires, using a 21” front and 18” rear, and long travel suspension for optimal ground clearance.
The KLX 140R F motorcycle is the third variation of the KLX 140 models and is designed to provide a natural terrain experience with memories to last a lifetime. The powerful 144cc, four-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine features an electric starter and keyless ignition. Its broad and smooth high-revving 144cc engine utilizes a manual clutch and five-speed transmission to offer an efficient and user-friendly feel. The KLX 140R F comes equipped with full-size off-road wheels and tires, using a 21” front and 18” rear.
The KLX 110R is a great motorcycle for a new rider who is looking to experience off-road for the first time. A high-tensile steel frame, 30mm telescopic fork, and single rear shock provide easy handling and maximum longevity. It also incorporates an automatic centrifugal clutch system that allows easy take off and shifting through the gears, helping the rider maintain focus on the terrain and to make the most of the 112cc single-cylinder, four-stroke engine. The larger KLX 110R L motorcycle has a taller seat height (28.7” compared to 26.8” for the KLX110R), longer suspension travel, an extra 1.9” of ground clearance and a four-speed transmission with a manual clutch.
No matter your size or skill level, there is a KLX model motorcycle to allow you to get out and play with Kawasaki.
KLX Models and Pricing:
- KLX 300R – Lime Green – $5499
- KLX 230 ABS – Lime Green – $4899
- KLX 230 – Lime Green – $4599
- KLX 140R F – Lime Green – $3749
- KLX 110R – Lime Green – $2349
- KLX 110R L – Lime Green – $2549
The KLX 140 was made with both new and old riders alike. With an easy to handle power, and a rigid KX-based perimeter frame, this small machine was built to get the most enjoyment out of trail riding along off-road mountain paths.
Engine Type4-Stroke, Air-Cooled, SOHC, Single Cylinder
Max Power11.93 HP (8.6 kW) / 8,000 rpm
Max Torque11.3 N.m (1.2 kgf.m) / 6500 rpm
Designed for adults and big youths, the KLX140 combines a rigid KX-based perimeter frame with long-travel suspension and large-diameter wheels, and a simple, yet reliable air-cooled 144 cm3 single-cylinder engine into a perfect-sized package. The KLX140 was made with new riders in mind. The engine’s power is easy to handle, and the bike’s light weight, slim ergonomics and low-effort controls make it the perfect full-size trail bike.
*MSRP may vary depending on region, excludes freight and other charges, and may change without prior notice.
Slim KX-style Frame
The KX-style frame relationship maximizes leg grip, the flat surface of the frame’s box-section making it easy for riders to hold on the bike with their ankles allowing for greater control.
KX Inspired Styling
The racy styling of the new KLX140 was inspired by the design of Kawasaki’s KX motocrossers. The sharp, aggressive design is backed up by great trail-riding potential thanks to the box-section perimeter frame, high-grade suspension, dual disc brakes and KX-style wheels.
Dual Disc Brake System
While many trail bikes feature a disc/drum combination, the KLX140 features disc brakes front and rear for strong, reliable braking performance.
Uni-Trak Rear Suspension
Uni-Trak rear suspension with
200 mm of wheel travel provides great ground tracking ability and bump absorption
Kawasaki KLX is a popular name among off-road motorcycles and the 2021 line up brings five additional models. The company showcases four-engine configurations for the low maintenance, easy-to-ride and trailblazer KLX motorcycles.
We’ve written earlier this year a story that Kawasaki could be working on a 700cc adventure motorcycle that could bare the name KLX 700 and aim at its rival the Yamaha Tenere 700. Now, Kawasaki adds five additional KLX models on the American motorcycle market.
Kawasaki KLX 230
The company designed this model as a dual-purpose motorcycle to help riders explore any sort of trail around the world. The motorcycle was developed taking inspiration from the KX line and the racing knowledge the brand has in motocross racing. It features a 233cc fuel-injected, air-cooled single, tweaked to deliver low- to mid-range power. The engine is linked to a six-speed transmission with return shift and the KLX 230 is equipped with a manual wet clutch. Moreover, the single-cylinder engine is mounted on a compact steel perimeter frame designed to tackle trail riding. Completing the package is a Hassle-free electric starter, full-size spoked wheels, long-travel suspension, and 10.4-inch (264mm) ground clearance. Also, the Kawasaki KLX 230 is fitted with Kawasaki’s first Dual Purpose ABS system. All these features keep the curb weight at 293.3 lb. (133kg).
Kawasaki KLX 300R
This model is the flagship of the KLX model range and offers a mixture between a dirt bike and a full race bike. Thus, the motorcycle comes with a good balance between engine and chassis performance. It’s equipped with a 292cc fuel-injected, liquid-cooled four-stroke engine and it’s fitted with an electric starter and keyless ignition. Transmission wise it features the same parts as the KLX 230 – six-speed gearbox with return shift and a manual wet clutch. A cool feature on the Kawasaki KLX 300R is the ERGO-FIT 4-way adjustable handlebar which allows the rider to suit it to his riding needs. The lightweight perimeter frame keeps the curb weight down at 282.2 lb. (128 kg). The suspension is provided by an 11.2-inch (285mm) inverted telescopic fork with adjustable compression damping and an 11.2 (285mm) Uni-Trak gas-charged shock with piggyback reservoir with adjustable compression, rebound damping and spring preload. Also, the Kawasaki KLX 300R features a short 56.5-inch (1,435mm) wheelbase to provide agile handling around corners while the high 12-inch (305mm) ground clearance makes it easy for riders to clear technical terrain features. The bike comes equipped with full-size off-road wheels and tires mounted on a 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels.
Kawasaki KLX 140R F
The F model is the third version of the KLX 140 series. The motorcycle features a 144cc, four-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine wrapped up with an electric starter and keyless ignition. Unlike the previous two Kawasaki KLX models, this motorcycle has a five-speed gearbox with return shift and a wet multi-disc manual clutch. The suspension is provided by a 7.5-inch (190mm) telescopic fork while on the rear Kawasaki mounted a Uni-Trak linkage system and a 7.9-inch (200mm) single shock with piggyback reservoir, 20-way adjustable for rebound damping and threaded preload. Ground clearance is set at 12.4-inches (315mm). Kawasaki KLX 140R F comes equipped with full-size off-road wheels and tires together with 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels.
Kawasaki KLX 110R & KLX 110R L
This model was designed to help young riders start and learn motocross and trail riding skills. Kawasaki KLX 110R features a 112cc single-cylinder, four-stroke engine mounted on a high-tensile steel frame. The fuel system is provided by an 18mm Keihin carburetor and screw-type throttle limiter. So unlike the other dirt bikes, the KLX 110R lacks fuel injection. Only four-speed gearbox for the transmission system this time, but it features return shift. To make riding easy for kids, Kawasaki equipped the bike with an automatic centrifugal and wet, multi-disc clutch system to help and improve shifting through gears. Suspension wise it’s fitted with a 30mm telescopic fork and single rear shock to keep the dirt bike as simple as possible. Ground clearance sits at 8.5-inches (216mm) while the seat height is 26.8-inch (680mm) which helps the young riders tackle easier the bike’s curb weight of 167.5 pounds (75 kg). The larger version, Kawasaki KLX 110R L comes with taller seat height at 28.7-inches (729mm) compared to 26.8-inches. Also, the bike has more ground clearance with 1.9-inches (48mm) bringing the bike to a total of 10.4-inch (262mm). Moreover, the suspension travel is longer with a 5.5-inch (140mm) hydraulic telescopic fork. On the rear, the KLX 110R L has a 5.2-inch (132mm) single hydraulic shock. Curb weight is the same as the KLX 110R – 67.5 pounds (75 kg).
Kawasaki KLX models and pricing:
- KLX 300R – $5,499
- KLX 230 ABS – $4,899
- KLX 230 – $4,599
- KLX 140R F – $3,749
- KLX 110R – $2,349
- KLX 110R L – $2,549
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