The 2018 Kawasaki Ninja 300 is expected to be more edgy, flashy and a worthy competitor to Honda CBR250RR.
The Kawasaki Ninja 300 has been on sale since 2013 without any major update. Kawasaki has been testing the updated Ninja 300 and the motorcycle has been spotted a number of times. Kawasaki is expected to launch the next generation Ninja 300 later this year.
Japan’s Young Machine magazine has managed to create a render of the new Ninja 300 out of the spy images. The new Ninja 300 draws inspiration from its bigger sibling, the Ninja 650 and looks like a smaller Ninja 650. The sleeker headlamp and fairing design does resemble the Ninja 650. The new Ninja 300 also boasts of up-side down forks upfront and sleeker looking LED headlamps.
The 2018 Kawasaki Ninja 300 is expected to be offered with a new instrument console, dual channel ABS and ride-by-wire throttle. Kawasaki hasn’t yet disclosed any details of the bike yet. There are rumours that Kawasaki might offer a 4-cylinder engine but that seems very unlikely. Once launched, the updated Ninja 300 will rival the Honda CBR250RR and Yamaha R3.
2018 Kawasaki Ninja 300
– Japan’s Young Machine magazine has rendered the second generation Ninja 300
– The new Ninja 300 will draw inspiration from its bigger sibling, the Ninja 650
– Kawasaki is expected to launch the 2018 Ninja 300 later this year
Source – TMCblog.com