It’s a big day for Kawasaki fans. It seems the brand has just started production of its new range of Kawasaki Ninjas that are coming in 2022.

The Japanese manufacturer has introduced not one but three new models into the lineup, and all three will be arriving at dealerships in the US by summer next year.

It is out to woo young customers with its futuristic designs. What is interesting about the new range is that it comes with a mix of old and new. 


2022 Ninja 400

The latter includes having a Twin in the name (even if it’s a 399cc Single), while the Ninja moniker remains unchanged.

It also arrives with LED lights, a slipper clutch and a semi-digital console.

It comes in three different variants ABS, Non-ABS and KRT.

Non-ABS and ABS Variant: Metallic Carbon Gray/Metallic Flat Spark Black and Metallic Matte Twilight Blue/Metallic Graphite Gray comes with a USD 4,999 (Rs 3.66 lakh) price tag. 

At the same time, the ABS version arrives at USD 5,399 (Rs 3.95 lakh).

KRT Edition: The KRT editions get the Lime Green/Ebony/Pearl Blizzard White shade and arrive at USD 5,599 (Rs 4.10 lakh).

Ninja 650

Following the launch of Kawasaki Ninja 400, Kawasaki has now introduced a 650 Sports Tourer. 

The bike comes packed with sharp, sporty styling and an upright riding position. It comes powered by 649cc twin-cylinder engine that produces rpm. Plus, it gets a six-speed gearbox.

Unlike Ninja 400, there are three different variants non-ABS, ABS and KRT edition. 

Non-ABS and ABS Variant: The non-ABS and ABS variant get two shades Metallic Matte Graphene steel/Metallic Diablo Black and Pearl Robotic White/Metallic Carbon Gray.

The Non-ABS arrives at USD 7,699 (Rs 5.64 lakh) while ABS gets USD 8,099 (Rs 5.93 lakh).

KRT Edition: KRT Edition arrives in Lime Green/Ebony/Pearl Blizzard White shade gets USD 8,299 (Rs 6.08 lakh).

Ninja ZX-14R

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R is a supersport model. It’s powered by a 1,441cc DOHC inline-four engine with Variable Valve Timing and Dual Fuel Injection (VTi) and makes about 214 hp at the rear wheel.

The bike retails at USD 15,399 (Rs 11.28 lakh) and arrives in one shade, Pearl Storm Gray/Metallic Diablo Black.

After the arrival of BS6 norms in India, both Ninja 400 and Ninja ZX-14R are discontinued. 

Until now, there is no official announcement of new models. However, we only see BS6 Ninja 650, and it retails at Rs 6.54 lakh, ex-showroom.



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