How much is the 2021 Kawasaki KLX150BF, a bike for serious off-roading

Date posted on May 29, 2021
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As the successor to the previous KLX150L, the new Kawasaki KLX150BF offers riders serious off-road performance for riding on challenging off-road paths.

 

Having the same excellent perimeter-type frame of the KLX150L, highly rigid compact and lightweight body, this bike will retain everything good about Kawasaki’s lightweight off-road machine like its maneuverability and handling. A higher level of performance can be achieved with the introduction of the new 35mm inverted front fork that comes with increased bottoming resistance for better durability and increased comfort.

 

With large diameter tires of 21″ at the front and 18″ at the rear, the high ground clearance makes it easier for riders to overcome large obstacles and contributes greatly on its off-road riding capability.

The reliable 4-stroke air-cooled single cylinder engine offers a lightweight power plant with both reliability and strong performance. Bore and stroke of 58.0 x 54.4 mm yield a displacement of 144 cc. Secondary air system contributes low exhaust emissions that clears Euro-III emissions regulations. A larger catalyzer (located at the silencer entrance) ensures emissions regulations continue to be met with the shorter gearing.

 

The KLX150BF comes equipped with both electric start and dual start. The electric start ensures easy-access, quick, hassle-free starting and the kick starter offers a reliable back-up starting system for emergencies such as low battery power and the like.

The Kawasaki KLX150BF will have a MSRP of PHP 129,000 and will come green and blue colorways.

Visit any Kawasaki Leisure Bike branches in your area to know more.

Here are some other specs of the bike:

Displacement:         144cc
Compression Ratio:    9.5:1
Valve System:         SOHC, 2 VALVES
Fuel System:          Carburetor: NCV24
Lubrication:          Forced Lubrication, Wet Sump
Transmission:         5 Speed, Return
Caster (Rake):        27.0
Steering angle(L/R):  45 / 45
Suspension Front:     35mm, Inverted Fork Rear:      UNI-TRACK, with 5-ways Adjustable Preload
Brakes
Front:         Single Semi-Floating 240mm Petal Disc/Twin Piston Caliper
Rear:          Single 190mm Petal Disc/
                    Single Piston Caliper Overall Length:       2,070 mm
Overall Width:        825 mm
Overall Height:       1,155 mm
Wheelbase:            1,340 mm
Ground Clearance:     295 mm
Seat Height:          870 mm
Curb Mass:            118 Kg
Fuel Capacity:        6.9 Liters

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