KAWASAKI Fury 125R
- Php 71,900*
- Downpayment Php 9,500*
- Monthly Payment
(36 Months)Php 3,382*
* Prices are indicative prices only and may be different at the branch. Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
First came the Kawasaki Fury. This bike completely gripped motorcycling fans with its super-sport look and mean styling. Imagine its distinct design, trimming a few corners and grooming it to create cleaner and cooler lines. Impossible? Then feast your eyes on the Kawasaki Fury 125R.
It is not simply the Fury’s second coming. Its cross-breed design and mid-position fuel tank tempts you to take it anywhere with extreme stability, and the rear disc brakes doubles its stopping power. It takes off from the Fury’s tribal design with simpler decals and black cast wheels for a modern, sporty look.
Why revamp a bike that is already great? Because Kawasaki can, and the Fury 125 R will surprise you with tricks up its sleeve.
|Front Tire||70/90-17 M/C 44P||Front Suspension||Telescopic|
|Ignition Type||Dc-CDI||Fuel Capacity (L)||5.2|
|Bore x Stroke (mm)||56.0 x 50.6||Displacement (cc)||125|
|Engine Type||4-stroke, SOHC 2 valves, single cylinder|
Jojo — Jan 13, 2015 07:28 PM
Got the new Fury 125RR which is the latest of the FURY motorcycles, still trying to learn the new bike and it looks really different. I want to test the max speed for this bike soon.
Motmot all day, everyday! — Jan 02, 2015 10:11 PM
this bike packs a punch, from a standstill, i wasn't able to record the time but you get to 100km/h in just a short period of time, although many underbones get to 100km/h in just a matter of seconds, i can say this bike is FAAASST. the ONLY thing i didn't like about this bike is it has no fuel gauge, why is that Kawasaki? hear me on this hehehe, please do put a fuel meter. regarding the steering, the front end really is a bit heavy, much like the Raider R150 (from my experience) but it is manageable, handling? around corners is good, just make sure the tires aren't worn out and you're not doing MotoGP style cornering ^_^ suspension feels uhh, stiff, if you're alone on the bike. but with a passenger, the suspension becomes soft, specially the rear shock. ok, acceleration, hmm, it produces 8 horses so, still strong :D top speed??? well, honestly i am afraid of high speed (yeah yeah, weak rider, can't handle the speed) bulsh*t, safety first :P but i was able to take the 3 year old Fury of my friend to a 100km/h and i was pretty sure it was OVER 100km/h. maybe 110? or 115, im not so sure. lastly, comfort. ok, as for me, the sporty riding position is awesome, but on long rides, i experience back (batok-shoulder) pains which makes me stop and stretch a bit. but here in our place (Puerto Princesa, Palawan) there's no need for long distance travel since we live in the city, i only ride when my buddies ride. fuel consumption? im not sure, maybe a clean 30 city, 50 highway? that's per liter, again im not sure. there's no fuel gauge... ok, what i miss? hmm throttle? brakes? lights? these guys function pretty well i think. This year (2015) i might get myself this motorbike cause i never owned one, what i drove belonged to my friend. i hope i'll be experiencing a lot better than what i've experienced before :D
Fire Lion — Oct 14, 2014 08:08 PM
The best motorcycle i have had so far. Not being able to drive a motorcycle since 2006 really made me rusty. I am thankful that I decided to purchase a Fury 125R and that really made the difference. I am back on the road in no time thanks to its ease of use and its perfect design. Kudos Kawasaki for another quality product.