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Is Kawasaki J300 a Kymco?

Is Kawasaki J300 a Kymco?

The Kawasaki J300i is an export model scooter built by Taiwanese based motorcycle manufacturer, Kymco. It is built for long commutes and is perfectly comfortable and adapted to life on the move in vibrant cities.

What CC is a Kawasaki J300?

The Kawasaki J300 is an A2 licence friendly premium maxi scooter and is powered by a liquid cooled 399 cc single cylinder four stroke engine, producing 27.2 bhp at 7,750 rpm and maximum torque at 6,250 rpm.

Does Kawasaki make a maxi scooter?

9 Kawasaki J300 Even in the world of maxi scooters, there are medium alternatives, and the J300 is the first of those midsized options. It is an affordable entry into the world of biggish scoots, but still makes respectable power from its little single and will get the bike up to highway speed without too much effort.

Is Kawasaki J300 Automatic?

Take to city streets and venture out of town on the amazing J300. Automatic transmission, unique Kawasaki style and design features plus maximum convenience meet in one amazing package.

Do Kawasaki still make the J300?

The 2019 Kawasaki J300 is available in two colour options to match the Kawasaki J125. The black and green option remains from the original range, and Khaki and Metallic Moondust has been added.

Who makes the Kawasaki J300?

Kawasaki’s first foray into the European scooter scene arrived in 2014 in the shape of the J300. Although is it really a Kawasaki model? Built in conjunction with Kymco, and heavily based on the Taiwanese firm’s Downtown 300 model, the J300’s styling is all down to Kawasaki but in truth almost everything else is Kymco.

What is a Kawasaki J300?

Introduced in 2014, the Kawasaki J300 is a 299cc scooter powered by a liquid-cooled four-stroke single cylinder engine, capable of producing 27bhp and a maximum torque of 6,250rpm.

Does Kawasaki make motor scooters?

2 September 2018 Kawasaki’s 2019 scooter range offers new colours with established style. Now firmly established as an integral part of Kawasaki’s two-wheel offering both the J300 and J125 scooters appear with new colour options for 2019.

Where are scooters made?

Motor scooters are very popular in Asia, particularly in countries such as India, Indonesia, The Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Japan and Taiwan where there is local manufacturing.

How much does a Kawasaki J300 cost?

Kawasaki J300 (2014-current) spec

Original price £4499
Current price range £2500-£4000
Capacity 299cc
Bore x Stroke 72.7x72mm
Engine layout Single

Do Kawasaki still make scooters?

Now firmly established as an integral part of Kawasaki’s two-wheel offering both the J300 and J125 scooters appear with new colour options for 2019. The A1/A2 licence compliant J125 surprised many at its launch with the sprightly performance and comfort expected from a much larger machine.

Where is Kawasaki manufactured?

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. (KHI) (川崎重工業株式会社, Kawasaki Jūkōgyō Kabushiki-gaisha) (or simply Kawasaki) is a Japanese public multinational corporation manufacturer of motorcycles, engines, heavy equipment, aerospace and defense equipment, rolling stock and ships, headquartered in Chūō, Kobe and Minato, Tokyo, Japan.