Kawasaki launches New BS-6 compliant MY22 Ninja 300 at starting price of INR 318,000/- (Launching Price)
India Kawasaki Motors Pvt. Ltd. (IKM) announces the launch of new BS-6 compliant MY22 Ninja 300. The Ninja 300 will be available in 3 colours ("Lime green", "Candy Lime green type 3" and "Ebony") and price will be starting at launching price of INR 318,000/- (Ex-Showroom).
The name "Ninja" implies the very best that Kawasaki has to offer, when it comes to engine or chassis performance, or the latest available technology.
In the case of the Ninja 300, it means a larger-displacement 296 cm3 engine with the power to eclipse everything in its class, racetrack level chassis stability, and race-derived clutch technology that offers a Supersport-style back-torque limiter and increased ride feel.
Kawasaki has achieved meeting BS6 regulation without sacrificing power.
The Ninja 300 has high-quality ride feel and comfort level one would expect from a much larger machine same as previous BS4 model. With its large-volume bodywork, the Ninja 300 can easily be mistaken for a larger machine an image reinforced by numerous styling cues from our flagship Ninja models. From its aggressive dual headlights to its sharp, minimalist tail cowl, every surface of the Ninja 300 was painstakingly sculpted to ensure a high level of fit and finish, impressive silhouette and undeniable Ninja presence.
Designed to outshine all other bikes in its class, the Ninja 300 has performance and riding excitement, stunning styling, and ride quality and comfort.
The Ninja 300, India's most favourite entry level premium sports bike will allow riders to experience the performance of track inspired motorcycle.
- Highlights of MY22 Ninja 300 are:
296cc fuel injected parallel twin engine (Cleaner Emissions)
Dual Throttle valves
Sleeveless, aluminium die-cast cylinder
Hard alumite coating on pistons
Assist and Slipper clutch
Heat management system
Highly durable and high-performance frame
37mm telescopic front fork
Uni-Trak rear suspension
New efficient exhaust with short-style silencer
Larger 290mm petal disc
Wider 140mm rear tyres
Wide set of raised separate handle bar
Supersports style aluminium footpegs
Analog-digital instrument cluster
Ninja styling (Inspired from ZX-14R, ZX-10R, ZX-6R)
Kawasaki motorcycles possess both power and grace so are often recognised as being different to other bikes. This results from certain guiding principles adopted at the design stage. Rideology is Kawasaki's rider-centric development philosophy focused on how the riding experience offered by a Kawasaki is crafted, ensuring that our machines are fun to ride and rewarding to control. This approach has been the force behind many of our legendary machines, and in our pursuit of all possibilities it will continue to guide the future creation of Kawasaki motorcycles.
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