Kawasaki recently announced its entire motocross lineup for 2020. The KX450 was completely overhauled last year with an all-new engine, Showa 49mm coil-spring fork, a redesigned frame, a hydraulic clutch, and the addition of electric start. As a result, Kawasaki's flagship motocross bike won the 2019 450 MX Shootout. For 2020, the one change made to it is that the number plate color has been changed from white to green. The 2020 Kawasaki KX450 is available now for $9,299.
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The KX250 features a multitude of updates to the engine, new suspension components, and a few minor chassis revisions for 2020. All of the in-depth details on Kawasaki's 250 four-stroke motocross bike can be viewed here.
The number plate color of Kawasaki’s youth-size motocross models—the KX100, KX85, and KX65—have also been changed from white to green. The three bikes are available now, with the KX100 retailing for $4,599, the KX85 at $4,349, and the KX65 for $3,699.