India Kawasaki Motors, a
premium two-wheeler manufacturer in India, has launched MY19 Ninja 1000 in
India. The price of MY19 Ninja 1000 remains unchanged as it is available for Rs
999,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).
There are no technical changes
in the specifications of MY19 Ninja 1000. However, there are minor graphical
changes. Known for its modern aggressive styling with sharp and edgy lines
Ninja 1000 comes with ABS and the 3-mode Kawasaki Traction Control.
Ninja 1000 has some top
features like chin spoilers which are similar to those on the Ninja H2 and
Ninja ZX-10R models and lower profile dual LED headlights which feature low and
high beams that offer excellent brightness. Other features like Assist and
slipper clutch, Kawasaki Intelligent anti-lock Brake System and ample torque
for easy take-off contribute in unique power and handling of Ninja 1000.
Ninja 1000 will continue to be
available in two colours namely black and green. The bookings are open and
customers can visit their nearest dealership to enquire about the Ninja 1000.
In the Pune Plant of India
Kawasaki Motors, Ninja 1000 is assembled as a SKD product. Yutaka Yamashita,
Managing Director of India Kawasaki Motors, said” We are glad to inform all our
stakeholders that MY19 Ninja 1000 is being launched in India on a same day when
it is getting launched in other countries. We always have seen a positive
response to Ninja 1000 in the India market because it offers everyday comfort
and enhanced touring performance.”
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