India Kawasaki launched the
all new Ninja 300 in the Indian market. The all new Ninja 300 comes with front
and rear Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) along with new colours and graphics. As
a part of India Kawasaki’s expansion plan, the all new Ninja 300 also gets
locally produced parts. The price of the all new Ninja 300 with ABS is Rs
298,000 ex-showroom Delhi.
Now the all new Ninja 300 ABS
is available in two colour options namely lime green/ebony and candy plasma
blue. Customers doing pre-booking will be given “3 years of unlimited mileage
warranty offer” on the all new Ninja 300 ABS. This offer will be discontinued
without any prior intimation in order to give a worthy benefit to early birds.
The all new Ninja 300 is
equipped with a liquid-cooled strong parallel twin cylinder, DOHC and 8 valves
engine like other models of Ninja series. The new high-tensile steel frame adds
to the chassis stability and the assist & slipper clutch, based on racing
technology, acts as both a back-torque limiter and self-servo mechanism that enables
a lighter clutch lever pull.
On the interior front apart
from aggressive styling, the duel headlights like Ninja ZX-10R and wheel design
like Ninja ZX-14R indicates styling package is directly related to bigger Ninja
Yutaka Yamashita, Managing
Director of India Kawasaki Motors, said “As per Kawasaki’s product portfolio
Ninja 300 is entry level sports bike. We have observed that customers start
with Ninja 300 and then upgrade to the next class. Therefore, Ninja 300 happens
to be our bestselling product in India because of affordable price.”
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