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Kawasaki Ninja 300: Top 5 Highlights

The BS6 version of Kawasaki India’s best-selling sports bike, the Ninja 300, has gone on sale. The Ninja 300 also received some cosmetic enhancements for the BS6 upgrade. Here is a list of the bike’s top five features.


While Kawasaki revised the color scheme and graphics for the new model, the BS6-compliant Ninja 300 still sports the BS4 model’s design. The bike still has split seats, a chrome heat shield on the exhaust, a muscular fuel tank, a floating windscreen, integrated front blinkers in the fairing, and a twin-pod headlight. The Ninja ZX14R was the model for the fairing’s huge ventilation slots. An analog tachometer and an LCD screen display the remaining information on the semi-digital instrument cluster.

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Three color options are offered for the motorcycle: Candy Lime Green, Ebony, and Lime Green with KRT graphics. The fairing is decorated with honey-comb patterns in Candy Lime Green and Ebony paint choices. However, the Lime Green variant has graphics from the Kawasaki Racing Team.


The 296cc, liquid-cooled, parallel twin-cylinder engine is still used in the Ninja 300 BS6. The power output has remained unchanged even though it complies with the most recent emission regulations. Consequently, the new model still produces 26.1 Nm of peak torque at 10,000 rpm and 38.8 horsepower at 11,000 rpm. A six-speed gearbox with a slipper and an assist clutch is mated to the engine.


The BS6 model’s hardware is the same as that of its predecessor. The diamond frame is thus retained on the Ninja 300 BS6. The suspension system consists of a preload-adjustable mono-shock at the rear and 37mm telescopic forks up front. Dual-channel ABS is included in the safety net, and a 290mm disc in the front and a 220mm single rotor in the rear handle anchoring tasks.

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The Ninja 300, in its BS6 version, costs Rs 3,43,000 (ex-showroom Delhi), which is more than the model being phased out. Considering the bike is almost the same, this is a significant price increase. The Ninja’s value for money, which it acquired in the BS4 times, is damaged by this. More importantly, it seems like Kawasaki has lost a chance to regain its position in the Indian sub-500cc market.

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