Bike News Kawasaki

Kawasaki Z125 Pro world premieres at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show

Kawasaki Z125 Pro 2015 Tokyo Motor Show (11)

The compact Kawasaki has a length of only 1,700 mm and weights just 101 kg.

The little Kawasaki Z125 Pro naked street fighter has just made its world premiere at the ongoing 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. We have a comprehensive live photo gallery of the baby Kwaker from the show floor.

As expected, the Z125 Pro is powered by a 125 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which is capable of producing 9.5 PS at 8,000 rpm and 9.5 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm. A 4-speed gearbox manual transmits power. The Honda Grom rival has a fuel tank capacity of 7.4 litres and weights just 101 kg. There Z125 variant which offered with a 4-speed automatic transmission.

Targeting beginners and stunt riders, the compact Kawasaki measures 1,700 mm in length, 750 mm in width and 1,005 mm in height. The sharp styling is reminiscent of bigger Z siblings with a n edgy headlamp, prominent front fender, a muscular fuel tank with massive extension panels, a sharp belly pan, silver underbelly exhaust, meaty tyres and a simple tailpiece. The engine is horizontally oriented and the handle bars are mounted high.

Kawasaki Z125 Pro 2015 Tokyo Motor Show (20)

The Z125 Pro will lock horns with the Honda Grom 125.

Despite being an affordable compact motorcycle, the Z125 Pro employs top-spec inverted telescopic fork upfront and an off-set monoshock at the rear. Both wheels are retarded by a disc brake each.

The Kawasaki Z125 Pro will be marketed globally as specification placard says but pricing and delivery details are yet to be announced. It will be available in candy lime green and candy burnt orange color options.

Kawasaki Z125 Pro – Live Photos from 2015 Tokyo Motor Show


About the author

Nithyanandh Karuppaswamy

Winner of national level automotive quiz competitions, Nithyanandh aka Nithz jumped into the blogosphere right after gaining a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Love for automobiles and an even greater drive to share his knowledge with the automotive community, Nithz is Deputy Editor at RushLane.

Email -