The much anticipated motorcycle of this year, Kawasaki Ninja 300R has been arrived in the selected dealerships of Bajaj Auto. And as disclosed earlier, the launch of the Ninja 300R will be programmed on April 10. It is a great news for all motorcycle maniacs who patiently wait to see the monster in the entry lever superbike segment. Bajaj Auto is the sole dealer of Kawasaki motorcycles in India.
The Ninja 300R will the most expensive bike in its class. It is expected to be priced around Rs. 4 lakh on road. Need not to get panicked for it is highly priced for it is also the best machines in its class.
Bajaj will be probably launching non-ABS version at the initial phases in the country. The company may launch the ABS version too later. Well, it would be depending upon the response of Indian motorcycle maniacs and customers. That is, if the Ninja 300R is overwhelmingly approached, Kawasaki would be forced to bring down the ABS version, which is supposed to be tagged Rs. 50,000 more than the standard version.
The machine will be available in two stunning colors- white and Ninja green. Once the Ninja 300R is launched, it will be replacing its predecessor and the current leader in the segment, the Ninja 250R. Perhaps, that would be a nightmare for those who die for the debutant Kawasakian of the country. Moreover, the Ninja 250R is so far the best seller of Kawasaki till date. The major reason of its huge success is the much affordable pricing. Well, its successor, the Ninja 300R is priced much higher. That won't be as affordable as the Ninja 250R. However, the all new machine is tuned with tons of features.
The all new Kawasaki Ninja 300R comes with a 296cc, Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin engine. The engine is capable to produce stunning power of 39 PS @ 11000 rpm and gorgeous torque of 27.0 Nm @ 10000 rpm, which are absolutely massive for an entry level superbike. It is coupled with a 6 speed gear transmission. Furthermore, it is wedded with a 37 mm telescopic fork suspension at front and a bottom-Link Uni-Trak with gas-charged shock and 5-way adjustable preload rear suspension. Petal caliper disc brakes at both ends distribute a fearless journey to the rider even at high speeds.
Will be unveiled on April 10 in India.
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