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Shozo Kawasaki founded KHI in October 1896 as a shipbuilding company. Today, the company is still involved in other projects including maritime craft production, manufacturing ships, personal watercrafts, engines and even aerospace equipment. However, the company made its breakthrough with the production of motorcycles.
In 1968, Kawasaki started business operations in the Philippines and has since carved a niche in the market, producing motorcycles that are economical and can be used as tricycles. The company has a huge variety of motorcycles which they categorize according to their purpose – business and leisure type.
Kawasaki is the second largest motorcycle company in the Philippines, next only to Honda, based on its 21 percent market share. Evident from the fact that of the 3.2 million registered motorcycles in the country in the year 2011, close to 670,000 units were from Kawasaki.
Motorcycles from Kawasaki are known for their powerful engines and reasonable pricing. Here in the Philippines, Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation (KMPC) is the local distributor of Kawasaki products. Kawasaki’s current lineup of vehicles in the country include the Kawasaki Barako II, Kawasaki KLX 150, Kawasaki KLX 150L, Kawasaki Fury 125, Kawasaki Fury 125 R, Kawasaki Fury 125 RR, Kawasaki Curve, Kawasaki Z1000, Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R, Kawasaki Ninja 1000, Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, Kawasaki Ninja 650, Kawasaki Ninja 250, Kawasaki D-Tracker, Kawasaki KSR 110, Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom, Kawasaki Rouser 135, Kawasaki Rouser 180, Kawasaki Rouser 200 NS, Kawasaki Rouser 220, Kawasaki CT 100, Kawasaki Boxer CT 150, Kawasaki Discover 100, and Kawasaki Avenger 220. If you’re looking for a new or 2nd hand Kawasaki Barako, read our review below.
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Kawasaki Barako Engine Specs
Kawasaki Motors offers Kawasaki Barako II for the Philippine market. It has a 176.6 cm3 4-stroke, Single Overhead Camshaft engine that is linked to a 4-speed constant mesh transmission. Other information on the engine’s specification are listed below:
- 176.6 cm3 4-stroke, Single Overhead Camshaft engine
- Cylinders: Single cylinder
- Horsepower: 13.41 hp
- Torque: 13.73 Nm
Kawasaki Barako Fuel Consumption
According to the official Philippine website of Kawasaki Motors, their fuel consumption estimates are based on the EPA emission test procedures. The Kawasaki Barako II 2016 is rated at 57 km/liter.
What are Kawasaki Barako Standout Features?
There are two variants under the Kawasaki Barako II in the Philippine market, which are the Kawasaki Barako F and the Kawasaki Barako G. The Barako F features a kick starter while the Barako G sports both kick and electric starter. But regardless of variant, the Barako is a great option for utility and business use with its versatility, power, and fuel economy. Other standout features for the Barako II include:
- Large rectangular headlamp
- Polypropylene plastic dual seat
- Starter lock out switch
- 150 mm front and rear break hub
Kawasaki Boxer Engine Specs
The Kawasaki Boxer in the Philippine market is the Kawasaki Boxer CT 150 which has a 144.8 cc 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve engine. It has a fuel tank capacity of 11 L, linked to a 4-speed constant mesh transmission, and powered by a chain drive. Other information regarding its specifications are:
- 144.8 cc 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve engine
- Cylinders: Single cylinder
- Horsepower: 11.83 hp
- Torque: 12.16 Nm
Kawasaki Boxer Fuel Consumption
According to the official Philippine website of Kawasaki Motors, their fuel consumption estimates are based on the EPA emission test procedures. The Kawasaki Boxer CT 150 2016 is rated at 53 km/liter.
What are Kawasaki Boxer Standout Features?
The Kawasaki Boxer offers a great engine performance with its Exhaust TEC, AC Ignition, and Digital CDI technology. Combined with a number of features like front and rear drum brakes for a safer ride, telescopic front fork and SNS heavy duty rear shock absorber for a comfortable suspension, and 3.50x17 front and 3.00x17 rear tires for an excellent road traction, the Boxer is a great choice either for yourself or for business-use. Other features also include:
- Electric and kick starter
- Classic-styled instrument panel
- Large round headlamp
- Thickly-padded, long dual seats
- Rear carrier
- Plastic front and rear fender
Kawasaki Fury Engine Specs
The Kawasaki Fury series has three variants for the Philippine market. The new Kawasaki Fury 125 sports a 125 cc 4-stroke, SOHC engine that can produce a maximum output of 9.65 hp and a maximum torque of 9.22 Nm, while the Kawasaki Fury 125 R has a 125 cc 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve engine that can deliver a maximum power of 8.84 hp and a maximum torque of 8.83 Nm. On the other hand, the information on the engine of the Kawasaki Fury 125 RR can be found below:
- 125 cc 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve engine
- Cylinders: Single cylinder
- Horsepower: 9.65 hp
- Torque: 9.22 Nm
Kawasaki Fury Fuel Consumption
According to the official Philippine website of Kawasaki Motors, their fuel consumption estimates are based on the EPA emission test procedures. The Kawasaki Fury 2016 is rated at 68 km/liter.
What are Kawasaki Fury Standout Features?
Sporty, sleek, and sharp, the Kawasaki Fury underbone motorcycle is designed with a “big bike” style and the “hybrid” concept in mind. Other than that, all variants share this feature: the fuel tank is located above the frame’s main pipe which allows better rider control and handling. Some features of the Kawasaki Fury also include:
- Automatic headlight on
- Clip on and 2-piece handlebar
- Contoured and padded dual seat
- Stabilizer-equipped swing arm
Kawasaki Rouser Engine Specs
The Kawasaki Rouser in the Philippines has four variants. The Kawasaki Rouser 135 LS has a 135.66 cc 4-stroke, DTS-i SOHC, 4 valves engine that can produce a maximum output of 13.27 hp and a maximum torque of 11.38 Nm, while the Kawasaki Rouser 200 NS has a 200 cc 4-stroke, DTS-I, air-cooled engine that can deliver a maximum output of 22.80 hp and a maximum torque of 18.04 Nm. The Kawasaki Rouser 220 has a 220 cc 4-stroke, DTS-i SOHC, 2 valves engine that delivers a maximum output of 20.64 hp and a maximum torque of 18.93 Nm. The engine specs of the Kawasaki Rouser 180, on the other hand, are as follows:
- Base engine: 178.6 cc 4-stroke, DTS-I, air-cooled engine
- Cylinders: Single cylinder
- Horsepower: 16.79 hp
- Torque: 14.22 Nm
Kawasaki Rouser Fuel Consumption
According to the official Philippine website of Kawasaki Motors, their fuel consumption estimates are based on the EPA emission test procedures. The Kawasaki Rouser 2016 is rated at 62 to 65 km/liter.
What are the Kawasaki Rouser Standout Features?
The four Rouser variants share the same sporty and striking style, making them stand out on the road. Notable features of the Kawasaki Rouser 180 are its Clip-On Handlebar, Passing Switch Light, Electric Start and Engine Kill Switch, while some features of the Kawasaki Rouser 200 NS are Backlit Switch Boxes, Electric Starter with easy push button starting, push-to-cancel turn signal switch, and Starter Lock-Out function. For the Kawasaki Rouser 220, some of its features are Self-Cancelling Turn Signal Indicators, Intelligent Battery Saving Function, Anti-Scratch Tank Pad, and Engine Overspeed Limiter. While the Rouser 180 is more on the sporty wolfish side and the Rouser 200 NS and Rouser 220 are on the sporty urban side, the Rouser 135 LS exudes a sporty and aerodynamic vibe. Its features include:
- Digital instrument panel
- Twin pilot lamp headlamp with black visor
- Light alloy wheels
- 1,325 mm wheelbase length
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Kawasaki Price List Philippines
The following is a Kawasaki price list for the Philippines:
Kawasaki Barako price list Philippines by year
- Kawasaki Barako 2016 price in Philippines: P77,400 – P81,400
Kawasaki Barako price list Philippines by variant
- Kawasaki Barako F 2016: P77,400
- Kawasaki Barako G 2016: P81, 400
Kawasaki Boxer price list Philippines by year
- Kawasaki Boxer 2016 price in Philippines: P49,900
Kawasaki Boxer price list Philippines by variant
- Kawasaki Boxer CT 150: P49,900
Kawasaki Fury price list Philippines by year
- Kawasaki Fury 2016 price in Philippines: P62,400 – P74,900
Kawasaki Fury list Philippines by variant
- Kawasaki Fury 125: P62,400
Kawasaki Rouser price list Philippines by year
- Kawasaki Rouser 2016 price in Philippines: P64,400 – P103,900
Kawasaki Rouser list Philippines by variant
- Kawasaki Rouser 135 LS: P64,400