These newly launched Kawasaki KX85 and KLX300R are priced at INR 4.20 Lakh (ex-showroom) and INR 5.60 Lakh (ex-showroom).

Kawasaki Motors has launched their newest dirt bikes in the country with the names, MY24 KX 85  and KLX300R. These bikes have an introductory price of INR 4.20 Lakh and INR 5.60 Lakh (ex-showroom) across the country. Both of these newly launched Kawasaki motorcycles are going to be available in the Indian market via CBU or Completely Built Unit route.

The KX 85 is getting all powered up by a 2-stroke 84 cc single cylinder engine coupled to a 6-speed transmission. The bike has a semi-double cradle frame made of tubing. And, if we talk about the bike's elements, the model boasts a 36mm inverted cartridge suspension along with a 275 mm of travel at the front of the bike with compression damping which is easily adjustable. About the rear, the bike equips a Unik Trak suspension boasting completely flexible and adjustable  KYB shocks. Furthermore, the KX 85 dirt bike is facilitated with Dunlop MX33 tyres directly intact from the factory itself. 

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These Dunlop tyres are mounted on 17 inch wheels on the front and 14 inch wheels on the rear. And about the braking, the charge to stop the bike is taken care by 202 mm front and 150 mm rear disc brakes. 

About the KLX300R, the dirt bike gets power from a 292-cc liquid cooled 4-stroke.  The handlebar on the KLX300R is perceived in a way with a 4-way adjustable setup that will easily comfort and accommodate different types of riders. And it gets a Uni Trak single-shock at the back and an inverted fork in the suspension department. Both front and rear petal disc brakes are completely intact to the bike. 

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