Kawasaki has unveiled their winter edition Ninja 300 for the year 2017. This particular model is said to be the best seller of Kawasaki for the past years. It is not the first time they are upgrading their Ninja for each and every new years from 2012 itself.
Kawasaki Ninja 300 is powered by 296cc, parallel-twin, liquid cooled, DOHC engine, which produces 39 PS of maximum power and 27 Nm of peak torque. The Digital Fuel Injection technology of Kawasaki enhances the throttle response and fuel efficiency of the bike. Engine is mated with a 6-speed gearbox facilitated by F.C.C clutch with slipper and assist functions for smooth and effortless gear shifting. Interestingly, there is no mechanical changes for the new Ninja from the older one. It uses a 37mm hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and Uni-Trak with 5-way adjustable preload suspension at the rear. Like all other Ninja and some other models of Kawasaki, it uses semi-double cradle high-tensile steel frame as the main chassis.
Cosmetic changes consists of new graphics (for KRT edition), wider rear tyres, 17-inch 10 spoke alloy wheels and larger multi-functional tachometer. The ABS version of new Ninja has major additions than non-ABS model. According to the official website, it is available in 2 colors; Pearl Blizzard White and Candy Plasma Blue. The company is yet to make the official statements regarding their Indian arrival. Yamaha R3 and KTM RC 390 are the fierce competitors for Ninja. The CKD unit of Kawasaki Ninja is overpriced than both the rivals.
Ninja 300 ABS and non ABS version is all set to hit the 2017 market
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