Deadly Demon: Kawasaki Ninja 650 (2019)

 Deadly Demon: Kawasaki Ninja 650 (2019)

Just of recent, Kawasaki happens to have launched the new 2019 Ninja 650 for the fans in the Indian market. On road price tag is INR 6.80 Lakhs in Pune, India. It is true that for some of the users, the beauty of a bike comes with the variety. In this case, unfortunately the bike owners will have to content themselves with single color option they have that can be described as metallic flat spark black and lime green.

If you aim at grabbing for yourself, a copy of this fantastic bike then all you have to do is get in contact with any of the Kawasaki dealerships in India.

ignesh Nagarkar Kawasaki Ninja 650Test Ride of Kawasaki Ninja 650 (2019)

When we compare the 2018 model to the 2019 Ninja 650, we realize that it has barely changed that much. Just as in the 2018 model, its Engine is still a 649cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin that is able to produce a torque of 65.7Nm, and an output power of 67.2bhp. Attached to this engine is a 6-speed gearbox that works with the help of a slipper-clutch. As of what concerns the mechanics proper, there are absolutely no changes of any sort.

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The 2019 Ninja 650 is designed in such a manner as to be used for long-distance rides as well as daily commuting. Some extra features on the bike that should not be forgotten are the Slipper Clutch, ABS, and the Economical Riding Indicator.

For the suspensions, in the rear, the 2019 Kawasaki Ninja 650 has horizontal back-link suspensions with adjustable preload. Then in the front, it is equipped with telescopic forks that are 41mm in dimension. For the braking discs, there Is a 220mm disc (single) that is at the rear of the bike and 300 mm petal discs (dual) at the front. As earlier mentioned Anti-lock braking systems are present in this bike and this comes as a standard feature.

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Managing Director of India Kawasaki Motors, Yutaka Yamashita said, “With this launch we are continuing a string of MY19 launches in India. In 650cc category we have four distinct motorcycles and Ninja 650 is one of them. We have observed a very stable demand for Ninja 650 in India at it comes with attractive price.”

Given the fact that the 2019 Ninja 650 comes with a lesser kerb weight as compared to the 2018 model, almost everyone’s general expectations are that the former should be able to record a much faster speed.

With respect to the seats, we are expected to have a split seat in the 2019 Ninja 650, unlike the previous models that came with just single seats. This will ensure enough comfort for the second passenger. One of the other features that was just copied from the previous models is instrument panel which is going to have an analogue dial, as well as a digital speedometer.

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In the Table below, you will get a detailed description of all the various specifications to this bike.

Engine & Transmission

TypeLiquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin
Displacement649 cc
Bore and Stroke83.0 mm x 60.0 mm
Compression ratio10.8:1
Valve systemDOHC, 8 valves
Fuel systemFuel injection: ø36 mm x 2 with dual throttle valves
Fuel Type / Minimum Octane RatingUnleaded petrol/RON91
IgnitionDigital
StartingElectric
LubricationForced lubrication, semi-dry sump
Transmission6-speed, return
Maximum power50.2 kW {68 PS} / 8,000 rpm
Maximum power with Ram Air
Maximum torque65.7 N.m {6.7 kgf.m} / 6,500 rpm

Dimensions & Chassis

Frame TypeTrellis, high-tensile steel
Rake / Trail24° / 100 mm
Tyre – Front120/70ZR17M/C (58W)
Tyre – Rear160/60ZR17M/C (69W)
Wheelbase1,410 mm
Ground clearance130 mm
Seat height790 mm
Curb mass196 kg
Fuel capacity15 litres
Overall Dimensions (L x W x H)2,115 x 740 x 1,135 mm
Brakes & Suspension
Front / Wheel Travelø41 mm telescopic fork / 125 mm
Rear / Wheel Travel Horizontal Back-link with adjustable preload / 130 mm
Brake – FrontDual semi-floating ø300 mm petal discs

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