Kawasaki recently celebrated 120 years of service in the auto sector. To lighten up the mood, the Japanese manufacturer has also announced a price revision for the Ninja 650 model.

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Kawasaki, the brand in itself is a synonym for originality and appalling stature. The company finds its Japanese roots almost exclusively in its name, ‘Kawa’ meaning river and ‘Saki’ meaning cape. Over the years, the company has produced motorcycles that have stood the test of time across many platforms and designs.

It is to no surprise that the company has finished 120 years of service to the 2-wheeler faithful in such glorious fashion. The motorcycles from its stable were neither boring nor outdated. Sales values and market shares are still going strong both in India as well as worldwide.

In an attempt to reward the customers for their continued support, Kawasaki has introduced a price reduction in the Ninja 650 model. The middle-weight motorcycle has always punched above its weight and continues to do so. The cut-price deal is sure to welcome many new customers into the Kawasaki fraternity.

The Kawasaki Ninja 650 was earlier available for Rs. 5,37,420/- but the price has been reduced by Rs. 40,000/-. At Rs. 4,97,420/- (ex-showroom Delhi), the Ninja 650 is a sweet deal. The strategy adopted by Kawasaki is to expand its customer base and heighten its popularity in the Indian market. This offer is effective from 1st August 2016 and will be valid on the 2015 Ninja 650 only which means the company is clearing stock.

Kawasaki Ninja 650 Price Reduced

– The company recently completed 120 years of service in the motorcycle industry
– It also announced that there will be a price revision for the Kawasaki Ninja 650
– The reduction in price is seen as a token of gratitude as well as a business minded idea
– The price cut is effective on Ninja 650 units which were manufactured last year

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