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The Kawasaki Ninja is a family of bikes in the Indian two-wheeler market manufactured by Kawasaki. Kawasaki has 4 Kawasaki Ninja models under its flagship. The entry-level offering in the Kawasaki Ninja family is the Kawasaki Ninja 300 which retails for Rs 3.18 Lakh. The most expensive Kawasaki Ninja on sale is the Kawasaki Ninja H2 priced at Rs 34.99 - 79.90 Lakh. Find Price list, Colors, Mileage, Expert Review, Upcoming Kawasaki bikes, specifications & features at BikeDekho.com.

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Kawasaki Ninja Bikes in India

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Upcoming Kawasaki Ninja Bikes in India

  • Kawasaki Ninja H2

    Kawasaki Ninja H2

    Expected Launch Dec, 2021

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Popular Comparison of Kawasaki Ninja Bikes

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    Kawasaki Ninja FAQs

    Which Kawasaki Ninja is best?

    The best model of Kawasaki Ninja is Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX.

    What is the price of Kawasaki Ninja Top Model?

    The top model of Kawasaki Ninja series is Kawasaki Ninja H2 with a price range of 34.99 - 79.90 Lakh (Ex Showroom Delhi)

    Which is the lowest-priced Kawasaki Ninja bikes model?

    The lowest-priced model of Kawasaki Ninja is the Kawasaki Ninja 300 with price 3.18 Lakh.

    What are the upcoming Kawasaki Ninja bikes in India?

    The upcoming bikes from Kawasaki Ninja are Kawasaki Ninja H2.

    Kawasaki Ninja User Reviews

    • Kawasaki Ninja H2

      Kawasaki Ninja H2

      An untamed beast

      An untamed beast. Just. Give it throttle and there you have the accidental wheelie. An amazing bike with a.....Read More

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    • Kawasaki Ninja 300

      Kawasaki Ninja 300

      Monster Bike

      This is totally a monster bike.

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    • Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R

      Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R

      My favorite bike.

      Very beautiful bike, ye mere favorite bike hai, ye jaldi sa aaye to me is ko kharid leunga. Looking forward for the.....Read More

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    • Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX

      Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX

      Worth For Money

      A good bike for touring and fun to ride. This bike is excellent bike and this is completely worth 11 lakhs.

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      Suzuki Hayabusa Vs Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R comparison

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      Suzuki Hayabusa Vs Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R Comparison: Which Bike is Better?

      Trying to figure out which of these bikes or scooters to buy? Compare the Hayabusa Vs Ninja ZX-14R on carandbike to make an informed buying decision as to which bike to buy in 2021. This comparison has been carried out on the basis of prices, engine specifications, mileage, and features of these two-wheelers.

      Hayabusa Vs Ninja ZX-14R – Which model is Cheapest?

      The ex-showroom price of the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R in New Delhi starts at ₹ 19.7 Lakh. On the other hand, Suzuki Hayabusa price in New Delhi of base variant starts at ₹ 16.4 Lakh.

      SummarySuzuki HayabusaKawasaki Ninja ZX-14R
      Price₹ 16.4 Lakh₹ 19.7 Lakh
      ManufacturerSuzukiKawasaki
      Body TypeSportsSports
      Mileage11.00 Km/l18.00 Km/l
      Power187.00 bhp197.00 bhp
      Engine1340.0 CC1441.0 CC
      Fuel TypePetrolPetrol

      Hayabusa Vs Ninja ZX-14R – Which gives Better Mileage?

      As for the claimed fuel efficiency, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R base engine returns 18 Km/l. The Suzuki Hayabusa base returns 11 Km/l.

      Hayabusa Vs Ninja ZX-14R – Which has a Better Engine Efficiency?

      In the powertrain department, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R gets bhp Petrol engine, whereas the Suzuki Hayabusa comes in bhp Petrol engine.

      Engine

      Engine CC1340.0 cc1441.0 cc
      No Of Cylinder44
      Max Power187 bhp @ 9700 rpm197 bhp @ 10000 rpm
      Max Torque150 Nm @ 7000 rpm158.2 Nm @ 7500 rpm
      Valves Per Cylinder44
      Fuel DeliveryElectronic InjectionFuel Injection
      Cooling SystemLiquid CooledLiquid Cooled
      Starting MechanismSelf StartSelf Start
      Bore x stroke 81.0mm x 65.0mmN/A
      Compression12.5:1N/A
      EmissionBS VIN/A

      Fuel Consumption

      Fuel Tank Capacity20.0 L22.0 L
      Reserve Fuel Capacity5.5 LN/A
      Mileage11.00 Km/l18.00 Km/l
      Overall Riding RangeN/AN/A

      Dimension and Weight

      Kerb Weight266 kg269 kg
      Length2180 mm2170 mm
      Width735 mm770 mm
      Height1165 mm1170 mm
      Wheelbase1480 mm1480 mm
      Ground Clearance125 mm125 mm
      Seat Height800 mm800 mm

      Transmission

      No. Of Gears6 Gears6 Gears
      ClutchWet Multi-PlateWet Multi-Disc

      Chassis and Suspension

      Chassis TypeTwin-sparMonocoque, Aluminium
      Front SuspensionInverted Telescopic, Coil Spring, Oil Dampedø43 Mm Inverted Fork With Compression And Rebound Damping And Spring Preload Adjustability, And Top-out Springs / 117 Mm
      Rear SuspensionLink Type, Coil Spring, Oil DampedBottom-Link Uni-Trak, Öhlins TTX39 Rear Shock With Piggyback Reservoir And Remote Preload Adjuster, Compression And Rebound Damping And Spring Preload Adjustability / 124 Mm

      Braking

      Front Brake TypeDisc, Twin, ABSDual Discs
      Rear Brake TypeDisc, ABSDisc
      Front Disc/Drum Size310 mm310 mm
      Rear Disc/Drum Size260 mm250 mm

      Wheel and Tyres

      Wheel Size17 inches17 inches
      Wheel TypeAlloy WheelsAlloy Wheels
      Front Tyre120/70ZR17M/C, Tubeless120/70ZR17M/C (58W)
      Rear Tyre190/50ZR17M/C, Tubeless190/50ZR17M/C (73W)

      Electricals

      BatteryMaintenance FreeMaintenance Free
      HeadlightProjectorBulb And Reflector Type
      Tail LightLEDLED

      Competitor of Suzuki Hayabusa

        Competitor of Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R

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          Ninja 400

          Kawasaki proudly introduces a new sport model into this highly competitive arena. Clad in sharp new Ninja styling, the new Ninja 400 delivers greater performance than its predecessor care of all-new engine and chassis that are more powerful and significantly lighter. But like the Ninja 300 that preceded it, this new Ninja model possesses much more than high performance. Not only does the Ninja 400 offer stunning, high-quality looks, its stronger engine performance, light, predictable handling and relaxed, sporty riding position make it both fun and easy to ride.

          Price (Baht)

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          Head-turning looks have always been a forte of Ninja models, regardless of displacement. The new Ninja 400 boasts futuristic new Ninja styling inspired by the mighty Ninja H2. The large-volume bodywork attracts attention, and gives the impression of a larger machine. This impression is reinforced by the high-class design and superb fit and finish, which are comparable to bikes from a larger-displacement class.In addition to contributing to the Ninja 400’s sharper looks, slim LED headlamps (each featuring low and high beams, as well as a LED position lamp) are highly visible and offer significantly increased brightness.

          Displacing 399 cm3, the new engine delivers significantly increased performance compared to its predecessor: 33.4 kW for the Ninja 400 The higher performance can largely be credited to the new downdraft intake, which is accompanied by a larger airbox offering increased intake efficiency. The increased performance is complemented by a rider-friendly character; the smooth response and abundant low-end torque facilitate throttle control for new and experienced riders alike.

          More compact clutch (ø139 mm >> ø125 mm) with less rigid operating plates offers a 20% lighter lever pull. Complementing the extremely light feel at the lever, the new clutch has a wider engagement range, facilitating control.

          More rigid ø41 mm telescopic fork delivers better suspension action. The front wheel feels really planted, direction changes are made easily (even when the bike is fairly upright – handy when navigating traffic jams), and overall the suspension offers the plushness of a larger displacement bike.

          The Ninja 400 is equipped with the same instrument cluster as the Ninja 650, contributing to the high-grade feel of the tidy cockpit. The sophisticated instrument design features a large analogue tachometer flanked by warning lamps on one side, and a gear position indicator and multi-function LCD screen on the other.

          • Head-turning looks have always been a forte of Ninja models, regardless of displacement. The new Ninja 400 boasts futuristic new Ninja styling inspired by the mighty Ninja H2. The large-volume bodywork attracts attention, and gives the impression of a larger machine. This impression is reinforced by the high-class design and superb fit and finish, which are comparable to bikes from a larger-displacement class.In addition to contributing to the Ninja 400’s sharper looks, slim LED headlamps (each featuring low and high beams, as well as a LED position lamp) are highly visible and offer significantly increased brightness.

          • Displacing 399 cm3, the new engine delivers significantly increased performance compared to its predecessor: 33.4 kW for the Ninja 400 The higher performance can largely be credited to the new downdraft intake, which is accompanied by a larger airbox offering increased intake efficiency. The increased performance is complemented by a rider-friendly character; the smooth response and abundant low-end torque facilitate throttle control for new and experienced riders alike.

          • More compact clutch (ø139 mm >> ø125 mm) with less rigid operating plates offers a 20% lighter lever pull. Complementing the extremely light feel at the lever, the new clutch has a wider engagement range, facilitating control.

          • More rigid ø41 mm telescopic fork delivers better suspension action. The front wheel feels really planted, direction changes are made easily (even when the bike is fairly upright – handy when navigating traffic jams), and overall the suspension offers the plushness of a larger displacement bike.

          • The Ninja 400 is equipped with the same instrument cluster as the Ninja 650, contributing to the high-grade feel of the tidy cockpit. The sophisticated instrument design features a large analogue tachometer flanked by warning lamps on one side, and a gear position indicator and multi-function LCD screen on the other.

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          Kawasaki Ninja 300 Overview

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          From ₹ 3.18 Lakh Onward

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          Fuel Economy/Mileage

          26 Km/l

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          Fuel Tank Capacity

          17.0 L

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          Starting Mechanism

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          Kawasaki Ninja 300 Specifications

          Engine CC296.0 cc
          Mileage26 Km/l
          Max Power38.40 bhp
          Max Torque27.00 Nm
          FuelPetrol
          Transmission6 Speed
          Length/Width/Height2015/ 715/1110 mm
          Kerb Weight179Kg

          Kawasaki Ninja 300 Features

          • Dual Throttle Valves

          • Ninja Styling

          • Elegant Design

          • Heat Management Technology

          • Modern Instrumentation

          • World's Smallest ABS Unit

          • Suspension

          • Fine-Atomising Injectors & Dual Throttle Valves

          • Race-Derived Clutch Technology & Smoother Shift Feel

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          About Kawasaki Ninja 300

          The Kawasaki Ninja 300 was earlier discontinued in India, due to emission compliance. Now, Kawasaki India has rolled out the BS-VI variant of the same model, in 2021, and they are currently accepting bookings via their online website and dealerships across the country. It is also the most affordable sports bike, with the tag of a Kawasaki Ninja and the ex-showroom price is INR 318,000.

          There are three colour options available: Ebony, Lime Green, and Candy Lime Green. The Kawasaki Ninja 300 regains its old bodywork, with 37 mm telescopic forks in the front, and mono-shock at the rear. It retains the usual seating capacity of 2, with an engine capacity of 296 cc. The liquid-cooled twin-engine develops maximum power of 38.40 bhp at 11000 rpm and provides a great mileage of up to 26 kmpl.

          This bike is undoubtedly a great choice for long rides due to the comfort it provides, and it is also a decent option for off-roading, given the sporty nature of the bike. It also sports the world’s smallest ABS unit, and the ergonomic design with Kawasaki’s heat management technology makes it a must for all sports bikes’ fanatics. 

          Kawasaki Ninja 300 Expert Review

          How is the design of the Kawasaki Ninja 300?

          The Kawasaki Ninja 300 retains its design from the Ninja series, but there are certain improvements over the previous models. It has sporty glass in the front and a highly minimalistic tail design. It also has an aggressive set of dual multi-reflector headlamps convenient for rides at night.

          Did you know that the floating-style windscreen is like a signature statement for the Ninja? It also has a sporty digital panel on the bike, which makes the look quite premium and fashionable. The aluminium footpegs are also a great addition for sport riding in comparison to the rubber counterpart.

          How does the Kawasaki Ninja 300 ride?

          With a 296 cc liquid-cooled twin-engine, which is capable of generating 39 bhp and 27 Nm of torque, the bike is highly calm and docile while riding and accelerating at lower rpm. The top speed is at around 5000 rpm and the utility of the powerband kicks in above 8000 rpm.

          It may not be the fastest accelerating bike in the similar segment, however, the inclusion of ABS and the 6-speed gearbox provides the gear shifts with precision timing. The new MRF Nylogrip Zapper tires provide great stability while riding, and are an amazing choice for riders.

          How comfortable is the Kawasaki Ninja 300?

          The Kawasaki Ninja 300 is a competent choice for sportbike lovers, who love the comfort and are looking to buy a bike in this segment. The rear footpegs are placed in such a fashion that one does not have to worry about their posture while riding.

          Also, the synchronous positioning of the handlebar promotes the aerodynamic positioning of the arms, and the elbows can be completely stress-free. The spacious fuel tank and its positioning also make the rider feel comfortable and ride with no stress to the knees. This is one of the reasons why riders love it for longer rides.

          How is the tech in Kawasaki Ninja 300?

          The Kawasaki Ninja 300 has all the features, which makes it a great entry-level sports bike. The liquid-cooled, 4-stroke parallel-twin engine, with a capacity of 17 litres fuel tank is a great addition to the bike. It also has a 6-speed transmission, along with digital ignition, which saves a lot of time.

          The anti-lock braking system, along with the addition of a 37 mm telescopic fork suspension in the front, and gas-charged shock with a 5-way adjustable rear suspension adds value to the features of the bike. The heat management system, fine atomizing injectors, and dual throttle valves also deserve special mention.

          How is the mileage of the Kawasaki Ninja 300?

          Although the brochures speak of mileage up to 26 kmpl, however, the sporty nature of the bike and the engine may fail to deliver that under certain conditions. According to survey reports of users, it was seen that on average, the mileage in the city may range from 15-20 kmpl. However, under the highway conditions, it significantly increases to 20-25 kmpl, on average.

          This is one of the reasons why people end up not buying a Kawasaki Ninja. Still, for the category of sport and performance bikes, it does justice to the entire segment with its capabilities.

          How is the performance of Kawasaki Ninja 300?

          There has been positive feedback for the Kawasaki Ninja 300 in the Indian market, in comparison to other countries. Kawasaki should thank this overwhelming response due to the pricing, and the introduction of certain key features, which has kept this bike going for sports bikes’ fanatics.

          The local sourcing of the panels, wiring, wheels, tires, and brakes has resulted in cost and price reduction, and the price gap between the successive models of the same segment has also kept the sales up. This is the reason why a lot of people end up buying a Ninja 300, as the beginners’ intro to performance bikes.

          Is the Kawasaki Ninja 300 a good value?

          The BS-VI variant of the Kawasaki Ninja 300 sports standard dual-channel ABS, along with a slipper clutch. This is a great feature to add, after reducing the cost by INR 62000. Also, it is the most affordable sports bike in this segment, and that is the reason why one can go for this bike.

          The other impressive features and the brand name of Kawasaki is also a strong promoter of the same. The great consumer feedback and recommendation is also another reason why it is worth investing a little above INR 3 lakhs on this particular variant of the bike.

          Final Verdict on Kawasaki Ninja 300

          Are you looking for an entry into the performance and sports bikes segment? Then, you should necessarily go ahead with booking a Kawasaki Ninja 300 for yourself. All the features, technical specifications, and the affordable nature of the bike, with compliance to the emission standards, point towards it being a great buy.

          However, if you want to explore options, you can also check out the other variants of the Kawasaki Ninja family. Still, the pricing on those variants may be quite steep. It is an all-rounder bike, and it is not meant to let you down, for sure!

          Pros & Cons of Ninja 300

          pros

          Pros

          • The slipper clutch and ABS are a great addition to the Kawasaki Ninja 300, and this makes the bike a favourable choice over others in the market, in the same segment.

          • The all-new BS-VI variant of Kawasaki Ninja 300 is priced a bit above INR 300,000 and it makes it the best buy in this segment. Other models of Kawasaki Ninja have a price tag upward of INR 700,000.

          • The power-packed features, along with an extended wheelbase and higher ground clearance is the epitome of greater stability while riding.

          cons

          Cons

          • The mileage of the Kawasaki Ninja 300 has always made a questionable impression. With the city averages between 15-20 kmpl and highway averages up to 25 kmpl, people prefer buying high-performance bikes at cheaper prices.

          • The discontinuation of Kawasaki and Bajaj has resulted in the brand reducing visibility at prominent locations across the country. This has affected post-sales and selling promotion.

          • The digital console looks basic and primitive, in comparison to other variants of Kawasaki Ninja, and the other brands in the similar segment have more premium looks and features on the panel.

          People also ask For

          • How much does a Kawasaki Ninja 300 cost?

            The Kawasaki Ninja 300 is undoubtedly an amazing entry-level sports bike from the Ninja family. If you are a sports bike fanatic, this is the perfect bike for long rides, performance riding, etc. Apart from these attributes, the comfort of the bike along with the design makes it a viable option for an entry-level sports bike.

            The pricing and the BS-VI emission standard engine also make it a must-buy in this price segment. Also, if you are planning to have an ABS-enabled bike, this is the right choice to make.

          • Is the Kawasaki Ninja 300 a good bike?

            Yes, it is absolutely worth it, if you are buying a Kawasaki Ninja 300. However, be sure to buy the BS-VI variant, as many dealerships still have the BS-IV variant at their stores. Why should you buy the BS-VI variant? It comes with the revolutionary ABS system and the skipper clutch.

            Apart from that, the emission standards and their compliance is something that you need for your bike moving forward. The Kawasaki Ninja 300 also sports an amazing suspension system, and the price is reasonable for the power-packed nature of features and specifications.

          • Is the Kawasaki Ninja 300 better than the KTM RC 390?

            Both of these bikes fall under the category of power and sports bikes, and both of them are good for the entry segment. However, the KTM RC 390 is priced better in comparison to the Kawasaki Ninja 300. Although the fuel tank capacity of Ninja 300 is twice that of KTM RC 390, the other features of the bike, like the power and torque are slightly better than that of the Kawasaki Ninja 300.

            However, if you are planning to buy a bike for longer rides, convenience, and performance riding, Kawasaki Ninja 300 edges past its counterpart due to the huge base of customers.

          • Which model of Kawasaki Ninja 300 is best?

            There are not many variants of the Kawasaki Ninja 300 available in India. After the BS-VI Emission standards compliance, it has only one variant with the ABS feature available. However, there are three colour variants available: Ebony, Lime Green, and Candy Lime Green.

          • Kawasaki Ninja 300 vs Competition

            The Kawasaki Ninja 300 competes with KTM RC 390, TVS Apache RR 310, and BMW G 310 R. So, if you want an in-depth analysis of these 4 bikes, along with the details for everything, you have to check out this section:

            • The Kawasaki Ninja 300 has a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke parallel twin 296 cc engine, with a maximum power of 39 PS @ 11000 rpm and torque of 26.1 Nm @ 10000 rpm. The KTM RC 390 sports a single-cylinder, 4-valve, liquid-cooled, FI, DOHC 373.3 cc engine with a maximum power of 43.5 PS @ 9000 rpm and torque of 36 Nm @ 7000 rpm. TVS Apache RR 310 has a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, reverse inclined DOHC, SI Engine 312.2 cc engine, whereas the BMW G 310 R has a water-cooled, single-cylinder 4-stroke engine, 4-valve, two overhead camshafts, and wet-sump lubrication 313 cc engine.
            • The mileage of all these bikes is somewhat similar, and that is the reason why you can choose any of the bikes if mileage is the parameter. On average, the mileage in the city stands in the range of 15-20 kmpl, whereas the highway has an average of up to 25 kmpl.
            • The Kawasaki Ninja 300 has a suspension system of 37 mm telescopic fork/120 mm, whereas the KTM RC 390, TVS Apache RR 310, and BMW G 310 R have WP-open cartridges USD 43 mm, inverted cartridge telescopic fork, an upside-down fork, 41 mm, respectively. The suspension system of any sports bike is an advanced module, and the Kawasaki Ninja 300 along with KTM RC 390, TVS Apache RR 310, and BMW G 310 R have bottom-link uni-track with gas-charged shock and 5-way adjustable preload / 132 mm, WP-mono-shock, two-arm aluminium die-cast swingarm, monotube, floating piston gas assisted shock absorber, and cast aluminium dual swing arm, central spring strut, spring preload-adjustable systems, respectively.
            • All of these bikes come with ABS technology. In addition to this, the KTM RC 390, TVS Apache RR 310, and BMW G 310 R have a digital console, whereas the Kawasaki Ninja sports a hybrid analogue and digital console. Only the TVS Apache RR 310 comes with Bluetooth technology, with which you can pair your mobile device quite easily!
            • The Kawasaki Ninja 300 has the highest fuel capacity of 17 litres, whereas the KTM RC 390, TVS Apache RR 310, and BMW G 310 have a capacity of 9.5 litres, 11 litres, and 11 litres, respectively.
            • The on-road price of the Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC 390, TVS Apache RR 310, and BMW G 310 begins from INR 3.55 lakhs, INR 3.05 lakhs, INR 2.81 lakhs, and INR 2.81 lakhs, respectively. This is why the Kawasaki Ninja 300 might be an expensive choice, but the brand name, customer reviews and post-sales servicing do justice to the pricing.

            If this in-depth comparison has helped you, you are surely on the verge of making the right decision. Also, you can go for any of these sports bikes as they all have great reviews and recommendations from the sports bikes’ users community.

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