The Chinese market has become one of the most important for Kawasaki in recent years. So it is no surprise the introduction of the updated Ninja 400 in 2021 includes a touch of local flavour.
The evolution introduces new colour options for the model as Metal Twilight Blue and Metal Deep Grey.
With these colours, the bike is now available in a total of four colour options in the Chinese market.
The company has restricted the KRT version and the Metal Spark Black colour edition.
On the mechanical front, there are no changes updated for the motorcycle.
The Ninja 400 comes equipped with the 399 cc parallel-twin cylinder engine. Which produces 46 bhp with a maximum of 37.2 Nm torque.
A steel trellis frame arrives as underpinned, suspended by 41 mm telescopic forks and a preload-adjustable mono-shock.
There is a disc of 310 mm on the front and a disc of 220 mm on the rear. Along with a semi-digital instrument cluster to know all the information, the bike gets an LED headlamp and LED tail lamp.
In India, Kawasaki sold the Ninja 400 in its BS4 form until the new BS6 emission norms arrived.
For now, there is no update regarding its comeback in India. But this year, Kawasaki unveiled its smaller sibling, the Ninja 300, with a price of Rs 3.18 lakh (ex-showroom, India).