Expected Launch Date: Jun 2018 – Nov 2018
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Kawasaki Ninja 400 Overview
If you wish to embrace motorbiking as your lifestyle, then the latest Kawasaki Ninja 400 is the perfect choice for you. By unveiling the latest version of its high-end Ninja bikes, the motorbike manufacturing giant Kawasaki has recently launched the special edition of Kawasaki Ninja 400 in Tokyo. The Ninja 400 is expected to replace the previous Ninja 300 bike version by Kawasaki by including some advanced high-end features in the latest version. Kawasaki claims that the latest version of Kawasaki Ninja 400 is highly efficient in terms of the overall performance and additional features. Following the launch of the bike at the Tokyo Motor Show, the bike is expected to be lightweight, more powerful, and Euro-IV compliant.
Kawasaki Ninja 400 Engine & Transmission
As the name of the bike implies, the Kawasaki Ninja 400 features the all-new 399cc parallel-twin engine. The high-performing engine is capable of producing 45 HP (Horsepower) at 10,000 rpm along with the peak torque of around 38 Nm at 8000 rpm. The engine of the bike is mated to the high-end 6-speed transmission gearbox. The older version of the Kawasaki Ninja 300 was capable of generating the engine power of only around 39 HP with 27 Nm of torque. Kawasaki claims that it offers higher performance throughout the riding range with improved low-down torque and tends to retain the rider-friendly features.
Kawasaki Ninja 400 Mileage & Features
The latest version of the Kawasaki Ninja 400 claims to be offering 190 kmph & above top speed to the riders who are crazy about some adventurous riding. The bike comes with the total fuel tank capacity of around 14 Litres. The new Ninja 400 by Kawasaki offers new steel trellis frame which makes use of the engine as its stressed member. As such, this feature helps in delivering a 6 kg of overall weight saving over the standard Ninja 300 version of the bike. The Ninja 400 motorbike comes at an overall weight of 168 kg. Kawasaki claims that the overall “large-volume” body of the bike offers amazing wind protection while riding. Some of the additional features to the body of the classy Ninja 400 include twin LED headlamps and instrument cluster which has been borrowed from the Ninja 650 bike version by Kawasaki.
Kawasaki Ninja 400 Performance & handling
The clutch pull of the bike is extremely light which is achieved by the body assist and the slipper clutch. The Ninja 400 comes with thicker forks which are around 41 mm from the previous measurement of 37 mm. the motorbike also comes with a bigger 310 mm disc towards the front along with Nissin ABS. The overall riding position offered to the adventurous riders is upright and highly comfortable. The sporty seat is positioned at 786 mm in height for an amazing riding experience.
With some of its high-end features, the latest Kawasaki Ninja 400 offers great competition to its strongest rivals as KTM RC 390 and Yamaha YZF-R3 in its segment.