Kawasaki Fury 125

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₱65,400 - 74,900 SRP Price in Manila
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Kawasaki Fury 125 2023

The Kawasaki Fury 125 2023 price in the Philippines starts between ₱65,400 - 74,900 . it is available in 2 variants in the Philippines. The Fury 125 is powered by a 125 cc engine, and has a 4-Speed gearbox. The Fury 125 comes with Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes. Over 21 users have reviewed Fury 125 on basis of Features, Mileage, seating comfort, and engine performance. Fury 125 top competitors are RS125 Fi, XRM125 Motard, Smash 115 and Vega Force i.

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Kawasaki Fury 125 Specs

Transmission Type
Gasoline Manual
Start Option
Gasoline Kick & Electric
Front Brake
Gasoline Disc
Maximum Power
Gasoline 9.66 hp
Ground Clearance
Gasoline 150 mm
Gasoline 125 cc
Fury 125 Specifications

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Fury 125 Pros & Cons

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Things we like in Fury 125

Powerful engine

Great acceleration, especially on the Fury 125RR

High fuel-efficiency

Things we don't like in Fury 125

Handling is a bit stiff

Seating is not so comfortable

Anti-theft key lock system could have been added

Recent Updates of Fury 125

The Kawasaki Fury 125 is a regular commuting bike meant for urban customers. The two-wheeler is molded with its signature crossbreed design concept. But the bike now has an improved engine, framing, and styling updates. It is equipped with a single-cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke 1255cc motor which produces 10 PS maximum power and 9 Nm peak torque. The engine is mated to a 4-speed gear system. The Kawasaki Fury 125 sports a sporty and aggressive design, a sharp V-shaped headlight, a redesigned muffler, and body-coloured under-cowl. The bike is hailed for its fuel efficiency. Available in a two version, prices for the Kawasaki Fury 125 starts at ₱65,400.

Kawasaki Fury 125 Price

The Fury 125 is priced between ₱65,400 and ₱74,900 .

Kawasaki Fury 125 Variants

There are 2 variants available of Fury 125: Standard and RR.

Kawasaki Fury 125 Power-trains

The Fury 125 is powered by a Air Cooled Carburetor 125 cc 1 Cylinder engine that gives 9.66hp of power at 8000 rpm and 9.21 Nm Torque at 6500 rpm. It comes with the option of a 4-Speed transmission gearbox. The Fury 125 has a seat height of 770 mm.

Kawasaki Fury 125 Features

Features Chassis, Suspension & Brake include Disc Front Brake, Disc Rear Brake, Dual Stepped Seat Type, Side Wings and Underbone Body Frame Type.
Features for Console include Analog Odometer, Analog Fuel Gauge and Analog Speedometer.

Kawasaki Fury 125 Competitors

The Fury 125 Competitors are: Honda RS125 Fi, Honda XRM125 Motard, Suzuki Smash 115 and Yamaha Vega Force i.

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Kawasaki Fury 125 2023 Price Philippines

Kawasaki Fury 125 February 2023 prices start from ₱65,400 for base variant Standard and goes upto ₱74,900 for top-spec variant .

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Kawasaki Fury 125 Standard
Manual, 2, 125 cc, 9.66 hp
₱65,400 (SRP) View Offers
Kawasaki Fury 125 RR
Manual, 2, 125 cc, 9.66 hp
₱74,900 (SRP) View Offers

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No. Of Cylinder 1
Engine 125
Power 9.5
Maximum Torque 9.55 Nm
9.55 Nm
9 Nm
9.9 Nm
Engine Type Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, OHC Air Cooled Engine
Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, SOHC Air-Cooled Engine
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Single-Cylinder, 4-Stroke, 2-Valve, Air-Cooled, SOHC Engine
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Kawasaki Fury 125 Videos

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Kawasaki Fury 125 Review

Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation (KMPC) has been a prolific player in the Filipino two-wheeler market for quite some time now. In an attempt to solidify its position in the commuter motorcycle segment, Kawasaki Philippines upgraded the Fury 125 both mechanically and aesthetically. It introduced the Fury 125 with a better performing engine which is now Euro-III compliant. The 125 cc, 4-stroke, 2-valves, single-cylinder, SOHC, air-cooled engine churns out 9.66 hp of max power, which is 9% more than its predecessor and a peak torque of 9.22 Nm, which is 3% more than the previous version. Kawasaki claims that the improved engine is capable of returning a fuel-efficiency of 68 kmpl. Aesthetically, the fury 125 features an aggressive cross-breed design with a sharp headlamp, bold styling and a mid-mounted fuel tank which can hold 5.2-litre of fuel. The Fury 125 is offered in two variants- the Fury 125 base and the Fury 125 RR. The base variant is equipped with spoke wheels, no manual clutch and a front disc brake only. Offered at a price of Php 65,400, it is available in Pearl Stardust White, Candy Plasma Blue, and Passion Red Colour schemes. On the other hand, the top-spec 'RR' variant is equipped with alloy wheels, a manual clutch for faster acceleration and disc brakes at both ends. With a price tag of Php 74,900, it is offered in Metallic Apple Green and Metallic Silver Breeze Colour schemes. It competes against the Honda RS 125 Fi, the Honda Wave 125 Alpha and the Suzuki Raider J 115 Fi.

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Kawasaki Fury 125 Design

Crafted to feature a cross-breed design, the Fury 125 is all aggressive and edgy in terms of looks. At the front, there’s a fierce V-shaped headlamp mounted on the handlebar with conventional turn indicators placed at both sides. Edgy rear view mirrors are mounted over the handlebar. There’s a neatly designed analog instrument console with clear readings and a stylishly designed mid-mounted fuel tank. Also, a body coloured undercowl is placed right below the engine. Sides of the Fury 125 flaunts graphics with a Fury logo placed below the pillion part of the seat, while a silver painted muffler covers the exhaust. The rear end features a sharp tail light, conventional turn indicators, and a single metal grab rail. Adding to the visual appeal of the bike are its vibrant colours and the 10-spoke, black colour alloy wheels on the ‘RR’ variant.


Fury 125 Ride & Handling

Kawasaki Motors has built the Fury 125 on an underbone frame. It is 1920 mm long, 650 mm wide and has a kerb weight of 104 kg. The wheelbase of the Fury 125 is 1240 mm. Owing to the dimensions and the weight, it may not be the best in the segment when it comes to handling, but can still be manoeuvred around with a little effort. The large 17-inch wheels (alloy on the RR variant and spoke on the base variant) shod with a 70/90 tyre up front and an 80/90 tyre at the rear does help in providing a better ride and handling experience. Suspension setup comprises telescopic front forks and swing arm at the rear.

Kawasaki Fury 125 Engine & Fuel Consumption

At the heart of the Fury is a 125 cc, 4-stroke, 2-valves, single-cylinder, SOHC, air-cooled engine that produces a max power of 9.66 hp at 8,000 rpm and a peak torque of 9.22 Nm at 6,500 rpm. It must be noted that the power generated by the improved engine is roughly 9% more than the previous one while the torque is also bettered by 3%. Not just that the engine is more powerful now, it’s more fuel-efficient as well with a claimed fuel-efficiency of 68 kmpl. The base variant comes with a centrifugal clutch to transmit power to the wheels, while the ‘RR’ variant is equipped with a manual clutch lever for better acceleration.

Fury 125 Braking & Safety

Braking on the base variant is handled by 220 mm single disc up front and 110 mm drum brake at the rear, attached to 17-inch spoke wheels at both ends. Whereas, the top-spec Fury 125RR comes equipped with 230 mm petal single disc up front and 185 mm petal single disc at the rear, attached to 17-inch, 10-spoke alloy wheels. Obviously, the braking is much effective on the Fury 125RR, but even the base variant configuration is decent enough. Moreover, the large wheels aid in a better grip on the road. Keeping in mind that bike theft is a big issue in the Philippines, Kawasaki could have introduced an anti-theft key lock system in the Fury 125.

User Reviews of Kawasaki Fury 125

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  • Underbone category bike that is offering extra power and torque

    Underbone category bikes carry immense goodwill in the Philippines market. Ever prestigious brands like Kawasaki have invented quite a few such...

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    Gadiell Jan 06, 2023 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • Aggressive underbone motorcycle

    I saw this underbone motorcycle in my friend’s garage the other day. When I asked my friend about its price he mentioned this is pretty reasonable...

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    Joselito Dec 09, 2022 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • Beautifully Crafted Mover!

    Not planning on buying a new bike this year. But looking at the specification offered by the Kawasaki Fury 125 I think I would not be able to...

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    John Oct 07, 2022 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • The Best Regular Mate!

    I have been planning to buy a two-wheeler since last year but I think recently my hunt for the most practical and Affordable model has come to an end...

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    Richard Jul 14, 2022 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • A Great Companion!

    All I have known in my life is how to ride a bike. That's my way of earning my living and truly enjoying it to the core. But I get confused while...

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    Ceejay May 18, 2022 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • A perfect choice for all needs

    The Kawasaki Fury 125 is a very well-designed and balanced commuter motorcycle in the Philippines market. It is perfect for urban commute purposes...

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    Eugene May 11, 2022 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • Fear the Fury

    I was in need of a bike mainly to get around the city, and this bike seemed like the perfect option for this purpose. The improvement it has gone...

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    Nathan Jan 25, 2022 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • Stylish and sporty

    The Kawasaki Fury 125 has a very interesting design. It’s placed somewhere between a moped and a bike. Again, it has dirt bike-style disc brakes....

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    Jasmine Dec 21, 2021 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • Commuter-friendly bike!

    This bike would captivate any motorist who has a penchant for sporty machines. The sporty sensation of this bike will always refresh you when you are...

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    Alab Oct 31, 2021 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • A simple and unique commuter motorcycle

    Unlike the dazzling sports bikes of Kawasaki, the Fury 125 is a commuter-friendly street bike from the Japanese motorcycle brand and is surely one of...

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    Josh Jun 01, 2021 for Kawasaki Fury 125
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Kawasaki Fury 125 Questions & Answers (FAQs)

How much is Kawasaki Fury 125 in Philippines?

The Kawasaki Fury 125 price in the Philippines starts at ₱65,400 for the base variant.

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What is the Kawasaki Fury 125 Seat Height?

The Kawasaki Fury 125 seat height is 770 mm .

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What is the Fuel Tank Capacity of Kawasaki Fury 125?

The fuel tank capacity of Kawasaki Fury 125 is 5.2 L .

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What is the Power Output of Kawasaki Fury 125?

The maximum power output of Kawasaki Fury 125 is 9.66 hp and the maximum torque is 9.21 Nm .

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What are the Dimensions of Kawasaki Fury 125?

The Kawasaki Fury 125 dimensions are as follows - Ground Clearance: 150 mm , Height: 970 mm , Length: 1920 mm , Width: 650 mm .

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What is the Engine Displacement of Kawasaki Fury 125?

The Kawasaki Fury 125 has a 125 cc Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, SOHC, Air-Cooled engine.

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What is the Tyre Type of Kawasaki Fury 125?

The Kawasaki Fury 125 has Radial Tyre Type.

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