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2006 Kawasaki KLX125
2006 Kawasaki KLX125

2006 Kawasaki KLX125
2006 Kawasaki KLX125

2006 Kawasaki KLX125
2006 Kawasaki KLX125


– 2006 Kawasaki KLX125

2006 Kawasaki KLX125

The KLX™125 provides the ideal combination of easy-to-use power, a low 30.5-inch seat height and off-road capability for youth and adult beginners who want to develop their off-road riding skills.

Powered by a torquey and responsive air-cooled 125cc four-stroke engine, the KLX125 pumps out plenty of user-friendly power for off-road fun. The engine is specially tuned for low and mid-range power, and a smooth shifting five-speed transmission means there’s a gear for every riding situation. A cable-operated manual clutch, along with a digital CD ignition for quick starts, make this quiet-running motorcycle reliable and easy to operate.

The KLX125 rides on a 17-inch front wheel and 14-inch rear wheel, while front and rear drum brakes provide ample stopping power and are low maintenance.

A high-tensile steel frame with a rigid carbon-steel swingarm add to the machine’s durability and lightweight handling characteristics, while bumps are soaked up by a long-travel front fork and linkage-equipped single-shock rear suspension system. The combination of a shorter wheelbase and a very comfortable riding position makes the KLX125 fun to ride on a variety of terrain.

Inspired by Kawasaki’s racy KX™ models, the fuel tank, slim seat and number plates give the bike an exciting look, while the classic lime green plastic gives it a true Kawasaki identity.

Engine: Four-stroke, SOHC, two-valve single
Displacement: 124cc
Bore x stroke: 57.0 x 48.8mm
Cooling: Air
Carburetion: Mikuni VM20SS
Compression ratio: 9.5:1
Ignition: Digital CDI
Transmission: Five-speed, automatic clutch
Final drive: Chain
Frame: High-tensile, diamond tube steel
Rake / trail: NA
Front suspension / wheel travel: 48mm telescopic fork / 7.1 in.
Rear suspension / wheel travel: Bottom-link, single shock with spring preload adjustment / 6.3 in.
Front tire: 70/100×17
Rear tire: 90/100×14
Front brake / rear brake: Drum / Drum
Overall length: 72.2 in.
Overall width: 30.3 in.
Overall height: 41.7 in.
Ground clearance: 10.2 in.
Seat height: 30.5 in.
Dry weight: 176 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 1.7 gal.
Wheelbase: 49.0 in.
Color: Kawasaki Lime Green / Black

*Specifications are subject to change.

Air-cooled Engine
– Single overhead cam two-valve four-stroke single-cylinder engine
– Engine compact and lightweight

Five-speed Transmission
– Gearshift operation through a linkage allows smooth shifting action and allows height adjustability for rider preference
– Positive action and rugged durability, with a gear for every situation

Mikuni VM20SS Carburetor
– Provides smooth throttle response
– Allows engine to produce power and torque at all rpm

Rear Suspension
– Link-type rear suspension with 6.3 inches of wheel travel
– Shock delivers smooth, progressive performance that provides enjoyable ride
– Rear suspension spring preload is fully adjustable
– Carbon steel swingarm responds well to terrain

Suspension Fork
– Telescopic fork with more 7.1 inches of wheel travel

High-tensile Steel Frame
– Frame made of high-tensile steel
– Frame design is lightweight and durable
– Serrated footpegs are durable and designed to reduce mud build-up

– Heavy-duty chain guide
– KX™-inspired lime green coloring
– Slim seat, front and side number plates

MSRP $2,399 USD

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