2016 KTM 150 SX

2016 KTM 150 SX
MSRP $0

The KTM 150 SX promises the agility of a 125 but with more power and torque. For 2016 an all-new, lighter engine produces more power and sits in a totally new chassis, making the 150 even stronger and lighter than before. It comes with a new lighter six speed transmission, a new hydraulic clutch and a new seat. The KTM 150 SX sits on a new frame, has new handlebars that are tapered, and a new footpeg that allows you to ride dirt free.

2016 KTM 150 SX

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Specifications
Year2016
ManufacturerKTM
Model150 SX
Engine TypeSingle-cylinder, four-stroke
Engine Displacement143.9cc
Bore Stroke58 mm x 54.8 mm
CoolingNA
Compression RatioNA
Fuel SystemKeihin PWK 38S Carburetor
IgnitionKokusan
Starting SystemKickstarter
TransmissionSix-speed
Final Drive13:50
Rake TrailNA
Seat Height37.8 in.
Wheelbase58.5 in. ± 0.4 in.
Front SuspensionWP 4CS
Rear SuspensionWP Monoshock with Linkage
Front BrakeDisc Brake 260 mm
Rear BrakeDisc Brake 220 mm
Front Tire80/100-21 MX32
Rear Tire100/90-19 Dunlop MX32
Fuel Capacity1.9 gal.
Dry Weight196.7 lbs.
MSRP0

2016 KTM Two-Stroke SX First Looks

2016 KTM Two-Stroke SX First Looks

KTM has released details on its 2016 line of two-stroke SX off road models, with major overhauls for the 125 SX and 150 SX models and minor revisions to the 250 SX.