Clearly positioned to take some of the sales action away from the similarly-sized Honda Grom, the Z125 is contemporary and sporty in style, has an air-cooled 125 cc single, an 805 mm seat height and weighs just 102 kg (225 lb) with fluids, ready to ride.
Horsepower output is less than 10, which should give you an idea of who the Z125 Pro is targeted at (and makes us wonder what the 'Pro' in the model name means).
Power is fed through a four-speed transmission into a chain drive, the high-tensile steel frame is mated to 12-inch wheels via a 30 mm inverted fork out front and a laydown monoshock out back (adjustable for preload).
The Z125 Pro will retail for $3,399.
According to Kawasaki: "Small in size. Big on fun. The all-new Kawasaki Z125 PRO is a nimble streetfighter that’s designed to defy what a lightweight motorcycle can be. With radical Kawasaki “Z” styling, the Z125 PRO is your invitation to the rebellious side of fun."