Fury 125 Specs & FeaturesKawasaki Fury 125 Specs
Key specifications & features of the Kawasaki Fury 125. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
Kawasaki Fury 125 Price List
Kawasaki Fury 125 price starts at ₱65,400 and goes upto ₱74,900 . Checkout Fury 125 price list below to see the SRP prices and promos available.
Kawasaki Fury 125 Latest Updates
The latest Fury 125 from Kawasaki boasts an aggressive and sporty design along with enhanced engine performance. The Fury 125 features a sharp V-shaped headlight, a redesigned muffler, and a body-coloured under-cowl that offers it a stylish look. This underbone is powered by a Euro-III compliant that makes 9% more power and 3% more torque as compared to its previous version. This single-cylinder 4-stroke, air-cooled 125cc engine produces 9.66hp of power and 9.21Nm of torque and comes paired to a 4-speed transmission. The Kawasaki Fury 125 is available in two variants in the market with the price starting from Php 65,400.
Kawasaki Fury 125 Pros & Cons
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Things We Like in Kawasaki Fury 125
Small dimensions make it easy to handle
Things We Don't Like in Kawasaki Fury 125
Too basic in appeal
Kawasaki Fury 125 Colors and Images
Kawasaki Fury 125 Review
Kawasaki Fury 125 Overview
Apart from its glorious range of sports bikes, Kawasaki also has some capable and heavy-duty small capacity commuter, out of which it has a unique looking commuter in the form of Fury. The Kawasaki Fury is available in two versions – Fury Standard and Fury RR, both of which are priced at PHP 65,400 and PHP 72,400 respectively. While the Fury Standard is offered in yellow and grey, the Fury RR is available in green and grey colour options.
Kawasaki Fury 125 Design
Seldom there is a Kawasaki which isn’t too eye-pleasing, however, the Kawasaki Fury is one such motorcycle. With a very basic and cost-effective design, the Kawasaki Fury looks very plain and has a slightly awkward design when viewed from the front.
The front fascia of the Kawasaki Fury, however, manages to look sporty with a stylish spearhead shaped headlamp which is engulfed in an aggressive-looking dual-tone bikini fairing. The lower chin of this front fairing gets sleek cuts on either sides of the bottom portion of the headlamp, which adds more sportiness to the front fascia. For a motorcycle of this size, the front fender looks large.
Moving towards the side profile, one can sense the awkwardness in the styling of the Kawasaki Fury, for it looks like a blend of commuter motorcycle and a cub class underbone motorcycle, which is one of a kind and might not impress many at first. The fuel tank is positioned lower and there is a considerable gap between the fuel tank and the single-piece long seat.
Below the fuel tank, there is a large side fairing that partially covers the engine and makes the bike look large for its size. Just below the seat, there is another black finished Y-shaped black panel which partially exposes the mono shock-mounted at the back.
Apart from that, the rest of the side body panels of the Kawasaki Fury look sleek and has good looking body graphics. The side-mounted exhaust pipe with its silver cowl looks quite big compared to the rest of the bike’s design and looks good too.
At the rear, Kawasaki has kept things quite simple with a basic looking tail lamp and a sober-looking single piece pillion grab rail. The instrument console of the Kawasaki Fury is a simple affair, with a large analog speedometer and odometer positioned on the left side and an array of small telltale lamps placed on its right. With clip-on handlebars and premium switchgear with an engine kill switch on offer, the Fury scored well on the front of fit and finish.
Kawasaki Fury 125 Ride & Handling
There are very few entry-level commuters in the world that offer the premium factor in the form of a mono-shock rear suspension, which the Kawasaki Fury offers, along with conventional hydraulic telescopic forks at the front.
The suspension setup feels decent, however, it is the light kerb weight of the motorcycle which makes it a very easy to ride machine. The bike also comes with a disc brake at the front and a drum brake at the rear for stopping duties.
Kawasaki Fury 125 Engine & Fuel Consumption
Powering the Kawasaki Fury is a small four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 125cc engine, which is good enough to produce 9.7 PS of maximum power output and 9.2 Nm of peak torque output. The engine in the Kawasaki Fury is coupled to a 4-speed gearbox, and while the engine isn’t too strong on performance numbers, the low kerb weight of the motorcycle lends it a good grunt across the rev range.
Kawasaki Fury 125 Braking & Safety
For an entry-level machine, Kawasaki has skipped on equipping any kind of safety features for the Fury to keep costs in check. However, it does come with an engine kill switch.
Kawasaki Fury 125 Verdict
Barring the oddball looks which draw polarised opinions for its uniqueness, the Kawasaki Fury looks like a well-rounded package for an entry-level basic commuter. With a strong engine and fine suspension setup, the Kawasaki Fury looks like a well-rounded package from the mechanical point of view.