With the motorcycles in Kawasaki’s Indian lineup getting a price hike, the Ninja 300 remains the cheapest offering from the Japanese bike maker.
Starting from 1st April 2019, the Kawasaki motorcycle lineup in India gets a 7 percent hike in the prices. The prices have been hiked in a range from Rs. 1900/- to Rs. 3.80 lakhs across the company’s lineup. On a positive note, the prices of the Versys X-300, Versys 650, Ninja ZX-6R, Ninja ZX-14R and the cheapest Ninja 300 remain the same. The Ninja 400 price has been increased by Rs. 30,000/-.
Moving ahead, the track only Ninja H2R gets the highest bump in price by Rs. 3.80 lakhs while the Kawasaki Z900 gets only Rs. 1900/- hike in price. The Kawasaki Ninja 400 also gets pricier by Rs. 30,000/- and will now be available at a price of Rs. 4.99 lakhs.
Coming to the Versys 1000, which was priced at Rs. 10.69 lakhs, now gets a Rs. 20,000/- increase in its price tag. The Ninja 650 also gets a higher price tag of Rs. 5.89 lakhs which is Rs. 40,000/- more than the previous tag. The Ninja H2 is now more expensive by Rs. 1.69 lakhs and the Ninja H2 Carbon is pricier by Rs. 1.99 lakhs (all prices ex-showroom).
The Kawasaki Ninja 400 is a fully-faired mid-segment sport motorcycle which is powered by a 399cc engine. The 4-stroke, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine develops a peak power output of 49 PS and 38 Nm of torque. The fuel-injected motor is paired with a 6-speed gearbox sending the power to the wheels. The company says that the prices were increased due to a rise in the cost of raw materials and also the fluctuation in foreign currency rates.
Ninja 400 Price Increased
– Kawasaki has increased its prices for the motorcycles in the Indian lineup
– The Ninja 400 now gets pricier by Rs. 30,000/-
– There is no change in the price of the Ninja 300 though