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3.65 Lac – 29.00 Lac
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  • Pros

    • Flawless fit and finish
    • Powerful and refined engines
    • Brilliant handling characteristics
  • Cons

    • Limited service centers
    • Expensive service and spares
 

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Kawasaki Ninja Overview

Kawasaki's Ninja series has been the epitome of performance and handling for ages. Built with precision engineering the entire range satisfies all sport class riders, from supersport, sport touring, entry sport to hypersport.

Further the entry of the new H2 has raised performance bars to levels competition has hard time chasing. Available starting from 300cc category to the 1400cc sport touring level, to even higher supercharged H2, Kawasaki has a wide variety to suit any pocket looking for anything from Ninja'a stable.

Kawasaki Ninja Engine & Transmission

Engine category comprises of gutsy parallel twins to powerhouse in-line fours. The Ninja 300 starts as the entry level sportbike category with its 38.4bhp of maximum power good for a screaming top speed upwards of 170kmph. The Ninja 650 comes with a 71bhp friendly engine that is good for touring and is comfortable for weekend rides.

Next level is the famous ZX-10R with its 998cc in-line 4-cylinder engine producing a mad 207bhp with RAM air. This supersport machine is a nimble handler and has extremely capable track bred performance. The SKRTC (Sport Kawasaki Traction Control) has also been incorporated in the ZX-10R. Then is the comfortable mile cruncher, ZX-14R with a 1,441cc engine putting out 207bhp of rider friendly power. A sophisticated traction control system and choice of power modes keeps it safe and smooth. The newest entrant is the Ninja H2 which is as surprising as the GPZ900R was decades ago. Well ahead of its time, the H2 gets a supercharged 998cc engine increasing the performance bar so high that other manufacturers need time to outmatch it.

Kawasaki Ninja Mileage

Ninja 300 has an impressive overall fuel efficiency of 25kmpl, while the bigger parallel Ninja 650 returns about 20kmpl. The light ZX-10R returns 15km to a litre of fuel and the ZX-14R too returns the same number despite the bigger engine. The ZX-14R however goes longer on a tank due to its larger tank capacity. The Ninja H2 will return 15kmpl owing to its efficient supercharger, although the number will fall when you push it hard.

Kawasaki Ninja Performance and Handling

The entire Ninja series has excellent ride and handling characteristics. Although set on the stiffer side, the models cope very well with our roads. The Kawasaki Ninja 1000 is a combination of top-notch riding comfort, safety features and needless to say, world class styling.

The Ninja 650 is happy to go around the whole Indian countryside with ease and efficacy. The straight riding position lets the rider spend long hours on the road and decent ground clearance keeps the underbelly out of trouble. The ZX-10R is the second sportiest, after the racy H2, but still both of them can deal with speed bumps and slippery surfaces easily with a sophisticated software based Traction Control System. The most sublime handler is the ZX-14R which can take traffic, potholes, highways, almost anything your throw at it on our roads. Its only struggle is tight corners which get untidy due to its weight and dimensions.