Kawasaki is all set to update the Ninja lineup with the addition of the Ninja 400. It boasts of a neat full fairing with sharp styling elements that matches its sporty characteristics. The front cowl is aggressive with dual headlights with a higher windscreen for optimum wind protection. The fuel tank is muscular and the split seats look chunky, reflecting a confident side profile. The rear end of the Kawasaki Ninja 400 consists of a stylish LED tail lamp. The handlebar is positioned in such a way that it provides comfort while touring as well as sporty performance.
The Kawasaki Ninja 400 features a multi-function meter on the instrument console which consists of analogue and liquid crystal display. This sports bike is powered by a water-cooled, 399cc, twin-cylinder parallel engine with DOHC layout. The Kawasaki Ninja 400 is sculpted on a high-tensile steel tube frame. It is expected to churn out strong performance with healthy low end torque. The Ninja 400 is said to be having a good balance between sporty performance and city usage. It draws styling inspiration from the Ninja 650.
The design of the Kawasaki Ninja 400 gets slightly tweaked for better ergonomics and aerodynamics. The fuel tank height is up by 20 mm, the seat surface is flatter for better support and comfort. The rear frame gets some changes in shape for a modular approach. Kawasaki has also changed the tyre specs trail for better handling. The Ninja 400 is equipped with ABS for strong braking performance and comes with three different colour options – green, red and grey. It will come with a starting price of 6,49,950 yen (Rs. 4 lakhs) and we can expect the company to bring the bike to India in the future.