Is the Kawasaki Z125 faster than a Grom?

The 2019 Z125 Pro only produces 8.3 horsepower at 7800 RPM, and 7.1 lb-ft at 6000 RPM. The max speed estimates we’ve seen for the Kawasaki is right in line with the Grom at about 63 MPH.

What is the difference between Honda Grom and Kawasaki Z125?

The Honda Grom gets a 6-litre fuel tank whereas the Kawasaki Z125 Pro can accommodate 7.5 litres. Both the Japanese mini bikes employ a USD fork and a monoshock. Braking hardware on the Honda Grom comprises a 220mm up front and a 190mm rear disc whereas the Kawasaki uses a smaller 200mm front and a 184mm rear disc.

What is the Kawasaki version of the Grom?

Kawasaki Z125

Specifications Kawasaki Z125 Honda Grom
Engine 125cc, single cylinder, air-cooled engine 125cc, single cylinder, air-cooled engine
Power 14.7PS ** 10PS @ 7250rpm
Torque 9.6Nm @ 6000rpm 11.1Nm @ 6000rpm
Gearbox 4-speed 5-speed

Is the Kawasaki Z125 reliable?

4 owners have reviewed their KAWASAKI Z125 (2019 – on) and rated it in a number of areas. Read what they have to say and what they like and dislike about the bike below….

Summary of owners’ reviews
Ride quality & brakes: 4.8 out of 5 (4.8/5)
Engine: 4.2 out of 5 (4.2/5)
Reliability & build quality: 4.5 out of 5 (4.5/5)

What competes with the Grom?

The Grom’s closest competitor, though, is the Kawasaki Z125 Pro. It’s slightly cheaper than the Grom, starting at $2,999. It’s also slightly faster: both Men’s Journal and Motorcyclist were able to get the Z125 over 60 mph.

How many miles will a Z125 last?

120,000 miles
Both the Honda Grom and Kawasaki Z125 can last up to 120,000 miles and are likely to break down at a similar same time.

Does Kawasaki make 125?

A liquid-cooled, 2-stroke single-cylinder power mill with high-tech carbon fiber reed valves powers the Kawasaki 125 Dirt Bike. It has a bore-stroke ratio of 54 × 54.5 mm (2.13 × 2.15 inches). Engine displacement is 124 cm³ (7.6 cu in³), while the compression ratio is 10.6:1 (low speed)/8.1:1 (high speed).

Is a Kawasaki Z125 a good beginner bike?

But, as of this month, the popular Grom has competition: the Kawasaki Z125 Pro. Although it’s great for beginners, the little 125cc bike attracts attention from most motorcyclists, regardless of skill level.