As per its price and specifications, the Kawasaki KLX450R costs 8.99 lakh in the Indian market. Suzuki V Strom 650 XT price at 8.88 lakh.
Kawasaki’s engine is 449 cc, and Suzuki offers a 645 cc engine. As per the engines, Suzuki prefers in the market.
Also, the colour options are limited in the case of the Kawasaki KLX450R. But there are two colours available in Suzuki V Strom 650 XT, Pearl Glacier White and Champagne Yellow.
Coming to the disc, Kawasaki KLX450R offers a single disc in both front and rear brakes. But Suzuki provides double diss in its front brake.
Another similar feature is Kawasaki contains both a kick starter and a self-starter. But Suzuki is featured as a self-starter only. Also, the speedometer is analogous to Suzuki. But the digital meters are the major traction in Kawasaki KLX450R.
Triumph Trident 660 is a less costly two-wheeler in comparison to Kawasaki KLX450R. Triumph Trident 660 is 7.45 lakh in the Indian market, which is 1.54 lesser than Kawasaki KLX450R which costs 8.99 lakh in the Indian market
The engine specification is remarkable in these two dirt bikes. Triumph Trident 660 contains a liquid-cooled engine with 12 valves, DOHC. More interestingly, the bike has three cylinders in the engine. Hence, it is more capable of generating power than the Kawasaki KLX450R. Kawasaki KLX450R has only one cylinder and four valves in its liquid-cooled engine.
Moreover, the front brake of the Triumph Trident 660 features a double disc, and Kawasaki contains a single disc in both front and rear brakes.
Also, Kawasaki offers both starters, including electric and kick starters. But the Triumph Trident 660 has only an electric starter.
Coming to colour variety, Triumph Trident 660 has four colour options, and Kawasaki is limited to one colour.
Honda CB 650R is close to the Kawasaki KLX450R’s price. The Honda model’s price is 8.67 lakh and Kawasaki KLX450R costs 8.99 lakh in the Indian market.
The engine specifications of both two-wheelers are again mentionable. Honda CB 650R comes with a 4-stroke SI 648 cc engine, but Kawasaki KLX450R is a 449cc liquid cool, 4-stroke single engine.
Again, the Honda CB 650R offers a double disc in its front brake. But Kawasaki comes with a single disc in both.
Regarding the colour variety, CB 650R is available in two colours, but Kawasaki has only the green colour model.