Kawasaki Fury 125

4.27 | 25 Review(s)
This Jul, 2016 Model has expired

In Philippines, Kawasaki has discontinued the Fury 125 and this Motorcycles model is out of production.

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Fury 125 Pros & Cons

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Things we like in Fury 125

Stylish Design. The Kawasaki Fury 125 features a sporty and stylish design, making it attractive to riders who value aesthetics.

Decent Power. It offers a reasonable amount of power for its class, providing a good balance between city commuting and occasional highway riding.

Reliability. Kawasaki is known for its reliability, and the Fury 125 benefits from this reputation, offering a dependable ride.

Things we don't like in Fury 125

Limited Features. Like the Barako II, the Fury 125 may lack some of the modern features and technologies found in more advanced motorcycles.

Fuel Efficiency. While it's not necessarily fuel-inefficient, it may not match the fuel economy of smaller, more fuel-efficient motorcycles.

Comfort. The comfort of the seat and suspension may not be ideal for long-distance rides or rough roads, which could be a drawback for some riders.


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Recent Updates of Fury 125

The Kawasaki Fury 125 showcases the brand's signature crossbreed design concept. It helps the vehicle provide improved performance and impressive styling. Powering the Fury 125 is a 125cc 4-stroke, 2-valve, single-cylinder, Single Overhead Camshaft mill. As for the performance front, it churns out 9.65 hp at 8000 rpm along with a peak torque of 9.21 Nm at 6500 rpm. The reason behind better power feeling is the increased carburetor diameter and cam-profile that results in fast mid-high rpm acceleration. Also, bigger exhaust pipe and redesigned muffler increase the velocity, thus giving the rider a more sporty feel. The bike gets an aggressive and unique styling, just like a hybrid of a big bike. Plus, the mid-mounted fuel tank makes refueling so much easier for the rider. Adding to its looks is the stunning V-shaped headlamps that provide enhanced visibility at night. The color card includes three options - green, orange, and red.

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 XRM125 Motard, Honda RS125 Fi, Suzuki Smash 115, Honda XRM125 DSX and TVS Rockz.

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Fury 125 Videos

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Kawasaki Fury 125 Review 2024

The Kawasaki Fury 125 is the most affordable model from the coveted Japanese motorcycle brand and is the only moped/step-through model sold in the Philippines by it. Positioned in the budget-oriented spectrum, the Kawasaki Fury 125 is purely for those who want an affordable and simple solution for commuting. The Kawasaki Fury 125 is being offered in the Philippines in two colour options – black with red and yellow with black for the single model in which it is offered.

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Brand Kawasaki Philippines
Price ₱65,400 - 74,900
Body Type Moped


Engine 125 cc
Transmission Type Manual
Power Output 9.66 hp and 9.21 Nm of torque
Fuel Type Gasoline
Drive Type Chain Drive


Seating Capacity 2 Seater
Width 650 mm
Length 1920 mm
Height 970 mm
Ground Clearance 150 mm

Kawasaki Fury 125 Design

Kawasaki is usually known for its smashing and edgy-looking sports bikes, but the Fury 125 is far from anything but eye-catching. Kawasaki has tried hard to make the Fury 125 look appealing with body decals all around, however, the simple and too-basic design makes it look very basic and functional, a model for those who wish to have something on two wheels just for commuting.

At the front, the Kawasaki Fury 125 has an attractive headlamp, which has halogen illumination and sits within a bikini fairing which has tiny angular vents placed within its chin. This cowl has edges all around the sides and comes with amber turn indicators mounted on the sides. The front fender also has the edginess reflected in the design of the headlamp cowl, and somehow tries to make the front profile of the Kawasaki Fury 125 a bit youthful.

The side profile of the Kawasaki Fury 125 is unique when you compare that to the rest of the models sold by the brand in the Philippines. The step-through design of the Kawasaki Fury 125 consists of a Y-themed central panel, which accommodates the fuel tank, which also has large side panels flanking the sides and is finished in contrasting colours. These panels extend towards the engine mounted at the bottom and cover it from all sides while accommodating the engine cowl for added protection to the engine.

The athletic stance of the Kawasaki Fury 125 is further enhanced by these panels running towards the angularly-placed tail section, which also has bold decals over it and ends up with a compact but wide tail lamp assembly with an aluminium pillion grab rail above it. Like other entry-level commuters, the Kawasaki Fury 125 also has a long and slanted rear fender with amber turn indicators mounted on its upper corners.

The Kawasaki Fury 125 is equipped with spoke wheels, which are wrapped with tube-type tyres and has a sporty-looking long exhaust pipe with a premium-looking silver shield over it. Carrying the overall basic appeal of the Fury 125 is the bare-bones instrument console, which only has a speedometer and odometer in analogue layouts.


Fury 125 Ride & Handling

The overall looks of the Kawasaki Fury 125 might not be exciting, but what adds some excitement to it is how easy and nimble it feels to ride and handle in daily traffic conditions. With a lean profile, light kerb weight and well-tuned suspension setup – telescopic forks at the front and coil springs at the rear, the Fury 125 feels easy to handle amidst dense traffic conditions. The Fury 125 also comes equipped with a fancy-looking petal disc brake at the front, while the rear wheel has been armed with a basic drum brake.

Kawasaki Fury 125 Engine & Fuel Consumption

The Kawasaki Fury 125 is equipped with a four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 125cc engine, which also happens to be the smallest and least powerful engine offered by Kawasaki on any model in the Philippines. Paired with a 4-speed transmission, this refined and durable engine, which is known to last long, produces 9.7 PS of maximum power output and 9.2 Nm of maximum torque output.

Fury 125 Braking & Safety

The Kawasaki Fury 125 is a model that has been designed for those who are tight on a budget or want a cheap solution for commuting. Keeping such purposes in consideration, the Fury 125 doesn’t come equipped with new-age safety features, with the disc brake being the only element of attention for a safe braking experience while riding.

Kawasaki Fury 125 Verdict

The Fury 125 might not be a Kawasaki, which one usually desires for sporty riding. However, it is one effective budget commuter for new riders who want something cheap and easy to ride for daily commuting.

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  • A dependable and sporty underbone bike

    I have been the proud owner of the Kawasaki Fury 125 for around nine months. I've driven it in all kinds of weather ranging from extreme summers to...

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    Espyke Mar 04, 2024 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • Sporty designed bike that offers an aggressive feel

    I have heard a lot about underbone category of bikes in Philippines. Finally, after a vivid market research I decided to buy one such model for...

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    Sammy Sep 15, 2023 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • A One Stop Answer For Regular Commuting!

    The Kawasaki fury is a customary riding bike implied for metropolitan clients. The bike is formed with its unmistakable crossbreed plan idea. The...

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    James Jul 21, 2023 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • Perfect for city rides

    I have owned the Kawasaki Fury 125 for the last seven months, and it has been a reliable and enjoyable commuting partner. The 125cc engine provides...

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    Huskar Mar 23, 2023 for Kawasaki Fury 125
  • 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
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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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