2004 Kawasaki Ninja 250 low miles bike, title. Good starter motorcycle

  • $1,100
  • Published date: 09/04/2019
    • Seattle, Washington, United States

2004 Kawasaki 250 Ninja with only 6,429 low miles and very clean-this bike still looks like it came off the showroom floor and has never been dropped. This was a garaged bike it's whole life and was last ridden in 2015 so it needs the carbs cleaned before you can go riding. Electrical system powers up and everything works and it starts up and runs when you spray starting fluid in the carbs so I suspect the the carburetors are somewhat dirty, especially the idle circuit because today's gas is just terrible on the carbs when a bike sits for more than a couple years.
Perfect bike for learning on, clean the carbs this weekend and you'll have a great city bike/commuter for many years to come. The 250's are perfect for zipping around city traffic with no problem and fast enough for freeway use too. Great commuter bike too, the gas and insurance will be super cheap. Clear title in hand, email your ph# to check it out.
ES250 ES250R 250R

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    - Check all corners of the car for rust, dents, new paint or damaged original paint. Paint debris and uneven colors could indicate that the car has suffered a major or minor accident.
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    - Raise and lower the windows, open and close the doors, trunk and chest. If a door does not close properly, there may be a simple mismatch, or the body and chassis may be out of order.
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    - Test them by pressing each corner of the vehicle several times and release it; If it bounces more than twice, you may need new shock absorbers.
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    - Check for possible liquid leaks. If it is not due to a crack or a defective seal, a leak may indicate lack of maintenance. Check the engine oil, if the dipstick is impregnated with a blackish mud, this indicates carelessness; If there is water or foam, it is a sign that there is a crack in the engine block.
  • Trunk
    - See if there is rust in the trunk; there must be a hydraulic jack and a spare tire. Excessive wear could indicate that heavy objects have been loaded.
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