The 2020 Kawasaki Z125 Pro is the second youngest member of the Z model range, introduced in mid-2018 as a 2019 model year motorcycle. Powered by a tiny 125 cc air cooled DOHC single cylinder, the Z125 Pro nonetheless produces 14.5 crank HP and 7 lbs-ft of crank torque, pushing only 225 lbs of full wet weight. Kawasaki themselves call the Z125 a “junior streetfighter.”
While the engine may be tiny, the bike is still a very tossable, nimble bike that can handle a city commute while sipping on gas. Unchanged in terms of technology since the 2019 model year, the only difference for 2020 is the addition of a new color choice, Mysterious Grey.
The 2020 Kawasaki Z125 Pro starts at $3,199 US/$3,599 CA
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Metallic Matte Mysterious Gray, Pearl Storm Gray, Pearl Stardust White
TCBI with digital advance
66.9 in (1700 mm)
29.5 in (750 mm)
39.6 in (1,000 mm)
46.3 in (1,180mm)
6.1 in (155 mm)
31.7 in (805 mm)
224 lbs (101 kg)
12 Month Limited Warranty
2020 Kawasaki Z125 Pro Features
The electric power used for lights and fuel pumps is produced by a bike’s generator. The regulator takes this power and maintains the voltage at a constant level. The Smart Regulator Kawasaki developed for small-displacement models features a built-in microprocessor, enabling control of the charging function and the headlamp.
This control enables charging to be done even at idling speed, when the voltage generated is at its lowest, (provided conditions are standard and no accessories are being used), which exceeds the ability of current regulators. Additionally, once the battery is fully charged, or when the throttle is opened quickly, the smart regulator turns the charging function off, instantly reducing the electrical resistance of the generator. This enables the energy used to drive the generator to be saved – usually a big loss, especially for a small-displacement engine. By minimizing power loss, the Smart Regulator contributes to increased fuel efficiency.