2008 Kawasaki KLX110 (discontinued)
|Engine Type||Four-stroke, SOHC, two-valve single|
|Bore x Stroke||53.0 x 50.6mm|
|Fuel System||Keihin PB18|
|Transmission||Three-speed with automatic clutch|
|Suspension Front||30mm hydraulic telescopic fork / 4.3 in.|
|Suspension Rear||Swingarm with single hydraulic shock / 4.2 in.|
|Brakes Front||Mechanical Drum|
|Brakes Rear||Mechanical drum|
|Overall Length||61.2 in.|
|Overall Width||26.0 in.|
|Overall Height||37.6 in.|
|Seat Height||25.6 in.|
|Ground Clearance||7.5 in.|
|Rake/Trail||25.5 degrees / 2.1 in.|
|Fuel Capacity||1.0 gal.|
|Curb Weight||141.1 lbs.|
Four-stroke power with easy handling and thrilling fun for kids of all ages
Offering broad appeal — for young beginners mastering the art of off-road motorcycling to anyone seeking a dependable play bike — it is no surprise the KLX™110 is such a big hit. The perfect choice for exploring a favorite campground or ripping-up the nearest mini-moto track, the KLX110 has you covered!
Power for the KLX110 comes from a user-friendly 111cc air-cooled, two-valve, four-stroke engine, and features a screw-type adjustable throttle limiter. This easily accessible feature allows parents to adjust the speed for younger riders.
The engine’s tractable power is delivered to the rear knobby via an easy-shifting, semi-automatic three-speed transmission, complete with centrifugal clutch. Newer riders gain confidence quickly by focusing on the basics of steering and balance instead of throttle/clutch coordination.
The frame for the KLX110 is constructed of high-tensile steel, and its race-bred styling and graphics will undoubtedly please young motocross fans. The compact fuel tank, seat, sporty shrouds and number plates were all plucked from Kawasaki’s smallest competition motocross machine, the popular KX™65.