Complete details of Ninja 300R Motorcycle
Ninja is more known than the manufacturer brand, Kawasaki. Strange, but a fact! And adding more speed to the Indian motorcycling, Bajaj discovers the new baby in the line up, the Ninja 300R. Obviously, the first elder sibling to the Ninja 250R. When Kawasaki launched, the Ninja 250R, the bike enjoyed its selfish domination for a long period. As now Kawasaki introduces this machine, it will be also enjoying its dictatorship as far as a real rival is unveiled.
In comparison with the Ninja 250R, the Ninja 300R is moulded out in variety of features, specifications and novel stuffs. One thing is very sure that this motorcycle will bring its own era soon. To push off the machine, Kawasaki had to make over a new engine. They succeeded in it by engineering a new 296cc four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin engine. The engine is powered by a maximum power of 39 Bhp @ 11000 rpm and a stunning torque of 28 Nm @ 10000 rpm.
Almost all sports bike are blamed for their high fuel consumption. Because, it is really heard belnd both fuel efficiency and performance. But Kawasaki engineers have done a wonderful job in wedding both power and good mileage. For that a new Digital Fuel Injection (DFI) system is entangled with the engine, which worked on dual 32 mm throttle bodies. This ensures not only an improved fuel economy but also less emission too. The bike promises a mileage of 28.9 kmpl under standard conditions.
The chassis of the Ninja 300R is to be very much applauded. Its frame is built on pipes made from high-tensile steel tubes. This gives 150% more rigidity than the normal frames. Along with rigidity, the bike becomes lighter and it provides easy driving. This chassis is also a cause for the stunning exterior portion. Aggressive dual headlamp, well placed turn indicators and sleek tail lamp bring a sportiness to the machine. Additionally, the Ninja 300R special 17 inch alloy wheel spread out a magnificent fell of sportsbike.
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296cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine.
Digital Fuel Injection (DFI) system for better fuel economy and cleaner emissions
Aggressive body design
Stunning Dual headlamp
10-spoke 17-inch wheels
Revised six-speed transmission
No ABS version available in India
Dual throttle valves.
Wider 140mm rear tyre.
Smallest ABS unit.
Lightweight supersport-style aluminium footpegs.
Uni-Trak rear suspension delivers a smooth ride and stable handling.
2-1 exhaust with short style silencer.
Fan cover located behind the radiator directs hot air down and away from the rider.
Lightweight new pistons with flatter crowns reduce reciprocating weight.
Multi-function LCD screen functions include speedometer, clock, fuel gauge, dual trip meters, odometer and ECO Economical Riding indicator.
Sleeveless aluminium die-cast cylinder features plated bores.
Large-diameter 290mm front petal disc brake and 220 mm rear petal brake.
-Circuit-developed Diamond Frame
-Heat Management Technology
-Race-derived Clutch Technology & Smoother Shift Feel
Candy Plasma Blue, Lime Green/Ebony
|Overall Mileage||26 km per litre|
|Engine Displacement||296.00 cc|
|Engine Details||Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin|
|Engine Starting||Electric start|
|Bore x Stroke||62mm x 49mm|
|Engine Lubrication||Forced lubrication, wet sump|
|Fuel System||Fuel Injection|
|Cooling System||Liquid Cooled|
|Maximum Power||39 PS @ 11000 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||27.0 Nm @ 10000 rpm|
|Gear Shift Pattern||1-down, 5-up|
|Top Speed||177 kmph|
|Front Brake||Single 290 mm petal disc Single balanced actuation dual-piston|
|Rear Brake||Single 220 mm petal disc Caliper: Dual-piston|
|Chassis and Suspension|
|Frame||Tube diamond, steel|
|Front Suspension||37 mm Telescopic Fork / 120 mm|
|Rear Suspension||Bottom-Link Uni-Trak with gas-charged shock and 5-way adjustable preload|
|Wheels / Rim||Alloy|
|Front Tyre||110/70R17 M/C 54H|
|Rear Tyre||140/60R17 M/C 66H|
|Length x Width x Height||2015 x 715 x 1110 mm|
|Ground Clearance||135 mm|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||17 litres|
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