For the newly launched Kawasaki Ninja 300, dealers have started to prebook the machine.
While we don’t see any information on the Kawasaki India website further, Kawasaki has also unveiled two more paint schemes, Black and Lime Green/Ebony.
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There are no mechanical changes and aesthetic changes apart from graphic adaptation. Kawasaki Ninja 300 runs on 296cc, parallel twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. However, due to BS6 compliant, we may see a difference in power and torque.
The outgoing model comes with 38.4bhp of power and 27Nm torque.
As there is no change in the design, we see the same headlights, chiselled fuel tank, sports split style seats.
The bike’s other components are disc brakes, mono-shock at the rear, and telescopic forks front aligned with ABS.
The new model will see the price rise over the outgoing model. The outgoing model carried a price tag of around Rs 2.98 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).