Kawasaki unveiled the new J125 scooter at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan. The J125 is powered by a fuel injected 125cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled SOHC four-valve engine which pumps 13.8 hp and maximum torque of 12Nm.
The J125 scooter features ABS braking, 12V on-the-go charger socket, deeply padded seat, CVT transmission, electric starter etc. Other features include automatically illuminated light when the trunk is opened, analog speedometer combined with digital display that displays a variety of information as seen on modern motorcycles.
The J125 gets 14inch and 13inch alloys in front and rear respectively.
Unfortunately, Kawasaki has not yet released the price of this automatic scooter, but reportedly will go on sale in Europe next month.
As Shigemi Tanaka of Kawasaki Motors Europe commented: “The J125 will take Kawasaki into new areas of the European powered two wheeler market. “The J300 has quickly established a reputation for quality and fun, now it is time for Kawasaki to enter one of the most popular scooter segments, the 125cc class.
“We hope the J125 will attract those who already understand the benefits of scooters in the crowded urban environment, as well as those who see this A1 driving licence category machine as their first taste of the fun and freedom on a powered two wheeler.”
Posted by: Chanchal M. Dhavan