2002 Kawasaki KLR250

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2002 Kawasaki KLR250
2002 Kawasaki KLR250


– 2002 Kawasaki KLR250

The KLR250 has semi-double cradle frame, detachable aluminum rear sub-frame, Bottom-Link Uni-Trak rear suspension, adjustable preload and 4-way rebound damping rear shock, automatic cam chain tensioner and silent cam chain. It also has double engine balancers, aluminum skid plate, universal tires and handlebar-mounted choke.

The Best of Both Worlds

The best of both worlds: You want a bike that’s good in the dirt, and you want it to be street legal for running into town or down the highway, too. Kawasaki has the answer with do-it-all dual-purpose bikes that come packed with exclusive features for you to explore new heights of on- and off-highway riding and exploration.
The all-new Super Sherpa™ redefines the dual purpose motorcycle. Not only is it built to tackle a wide range of terrain, but it is engineered to appeal to a broad spectrum of riders.

If you are looking for a lightweight four-stroke 250, then you’ll be delighted with the KLR250. It’s got the goods for on and off highway excursions, like plush long travel suspension and high ground clearance.

Or the KLR650. It takes you wherever, whenever in smooth, torquey comfort. And with its huge 6.1 gallon fuel tank, the journey continues long after the others stop. So make your own world perfect. On one of Kawasaki’s impressive dual-purpose machines.



Engine Type
4-stroke, liquid-cooled Single

249 cc.

Bore x Stroke
74 x 58 mm.

Compression Ratio

Valve System
DOHC, 4 valves

Keihin CVK34

Electronic CDI

Primary Kick

6-speed with Positive Neutral Finder

Frame type
Semi-double cradle, high-tensile steel with aluminum rear sub-frame


Suspension, Front
36 mm. air-adjustable fork

Suspension, Rear
Bottom-Link Uni-Trak with adjustable preload and 4-way rebound damping

Tire Front

Tire Rear

Brakes, Front

Brakes, Rear

Seat Height

Fuel Capacity
2.9 gallons

Dry Weight
258 pounds

Specifications are subject to change without notice, in accordance with national regulation and legislations.

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