"It's air-cooled!" one of the testers exclaimed, approaching the diminutive DR200. Yes! Air does actually work to cool an engine! And the "wee-R" was not alone, as Yamaha's XT250 is finned rather than fanned as well. Despite that, the air-cooled XT was still the most expensive bike in the test, at $5,190, with Kawasaki's KLX next in line at $5,099. Honda's 250L retails for $4,699 (up $200 from 2013, incidentally), while Suzuki's DR200 won the price war at $4,199.