Kawasaski India has reportedly launched its most affordable motorcycle, the KLX 110 dirt motorcycle for Rs 2.8 lakh. The motorcycle has been launched via CBU line and will not be road legal. The motorcycle has been used to train kids to develop their skills on off-riding.

The motorcycle is powered by single cylinder, air-cooled 112cc engine mated to four-speed transmission. The clutch is automatic to prevent stalling. The Kawasaki KLX 110 is based on the Backbone frame, high-tensile steel. The motorcycle features 30mm hydraulic telescopic fork at front while the rear is armoured with a monoshock suspension.

The KLX 110 runs on 14 inch wheels up front and 12 inch wheels at rear wrapped in chunky mud tyres. The braking duties are taken care of by drum brakes at both ends. The motorcycle measures 1,560mm in length, 650mm in width and 955mm in height with a ground clearance of 215mm. The KLX 110 weighs just 76kg and combined with compact proportions the motorcycle is ideal for kids' use. The fuel tank capacity is 3.78 litres.

Additionally, the long travel suspension and automatic clutch makes the Kawasaki KLX 110 the ideal machine for young bikers. The motorcycle will be imported from Thailand and will be available only in lime green colour, reports Motorbeam.