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 three more paint schemes for its BS6 Ninja 300.
- Lime Green with Kawasaki Racing Team paint scheme.
- Ebony and
- Lime Green with Ebony
Earlier Kawasaki had four paint schemes for its BS4 Ninja 300 Model.
- Lime green
- Ebony/Metallic moondust grey
- Candy plasma blue and
- Lime Green Ebony
It also means Kawasaki will discontinue the Candy Plasma Blue paint scheme.
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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. That is what we said earlier.
However, there are no mechanical specs changes when comparing the outgoing BS4 and the present BS6 Ninja 300 model.
To conclude, the 296cc, parallel twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor on the Ninja 300 BS6 will make 38.4bhp of power, the same as the BS4 model.
The design and style remain the same as the BS4 model, which has two separate headlights, a semi-digital dash, and aerodynamic fairings.
Plus, we will also see 37 mm Telescopic Fork / 120 mm at the front and Bottom-Link Uni-Trak with gas-charged shock and 5-way adjustable pre-load / 132 mm on the rear.
Both the front and rear brakes will get the Dual-piston callipers while the front has a Single ø290 mm petal disc, and the rear gets the
Single 220 mm petal disc.
With the 179 kgs, the fuel tank gets the 17-litre fuel capacity. Expect the price to rise slightly on the new BS6 model, which will be around Rs 3 Lakhs ( Ex-Showroom)
The BS4 model was sold at Rs.2,98,000 (Ex-Showroom).