• New lighter chromoly steel frame provides higher torsional rigidity with less longitudinal stiffness resulting in improved handling and energy absorption.
• New smaller, lighter subframe design made with new aluminum profiles.
• New lighter swingarm features a revised internal structure to match the new frame characteristics.
• New lighter “ No Dirt” footpeg design that provides a larger surface area and features a “scraper” to reduce dirt build-up in the hinge.
• New CNC machined upper triple clamp featuring a rubber damping system for the new Neken handlebar and ODI lock-on grips.
• The advanced WP 4CS (Four Chamber System) Fork has been specifically designed for Motocross and features revised damping settings optimized for the new chassis.
• New generation WP shock has been developed in conjunction with the new frame and swingarm architecture including a new linkage/pullrod system.
• Super lightweight Galfer Wave rotors, CNC machined hubs, high-end Excel rims fitted with Dunlop GEOMAX MX32 tires are standard equipment.
• New airbox and air filter design offers maximum protection for the engine while ensuring maximum airflow and providing quick “no tools” airfilter changes.
• New ergonomics and bodywork centralize mass, improve handling and rider comfort.
I will not be posting the 2016 250sx if you want to see that model look at the 2015 all it got was BNG's.
"Budget constraints didn’t allow for a new 250cc two-stroke engine this year and without a new engine, they couldn’t use the new frame. Don’t worry, it’s coming in the future."
Sources on: ktm.com motocrossactionmag.com