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Kawasaki Eliminator 400 revealed

After more than ten years, the brand introduced a comeback of the Kawasaki Eliminator 400 cruiser bike.

The Eliminator 400 cruiser, which Kawasaki unveiled in other countries, gets the same engine as the Ninja 400 sportbike but is tuned differently. It comes in two trim levels, regular and SE, with the latter including front and back cameras and other extras.

Kawasaki Eliminator 400: Details

The Eliminator 400 features the same liquid-cooled, 399cc, parallel-twin engine as the Ninja 400, but with slightly higher peak outputs of 48hp and 37Nm. A new trellis frame housing a telescoping fork and twin shock absorber setup supports this famous engine.

The braking system comprises a 310mm front disc, a 240mm rear disc, and dual-channel ABS. However, it has a tank that is 5 liters smaller (12 liters) and 8 kg heavier (176 kg) than the Ninja 400. Its accessible seat height of 735mm should allow riders of most sizes to easily put their feet down.

The new Eliminator 400 features a low seat, a raked-up up the front end, and a sleek, round fuel tank, like its older counterparts. Unlike other Eliminators that came before it, this new bike has almost no chrome, and all of its bodywork and mechanical components have been coated in black to adhere to the modern cruiser look. LED lighting is used everywhere.

In contemporary cruiser terms, the Eliminator 400 is similar to the Honda Rebel 500, which will compete in international markets. The top-spec SE variant of the Eliminator 400 includes front and rear cameras that act as dash cams and provide solid evidence to the rider.

The Kawasaki Eliminator 400 is currently only available in Japan, and the firm has no plans of marketing it internationally. The base model is priced at 7,59,000 yen (roughly Rs. 4.71 lakhs), less expensive than the SE variant, which costs 8,58,00 yen (roughly Rs. 5.34 lakhs).

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