BS6 Kawasaki Ninja 300 Launched At Rs 3.18 Lakh
India has always been a very competitive market for affordable motorcycle results. The days have passed where we have very small choices. Currently, a range of motors from various genres is available. Kawasaki India skipped all the action, but now this seems to change, as the Japanese factory eventually began the Ninja 300 BS6 at Rs 3.18 lakh (ex-showroom). The BS6 Kawasaki Ninja 300 is around Rs 20,000 more costly than its BS4 transmission.
In December 2019, Kawasaki stopped the BS4 Ninja 300. No big changes are made to the Current 2021 Ninja 300. The only apparent revision that is done to the 296cc is a parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine for BS6 Kawasaki Ninja 300.
However, Kawasaki claims that there are no improvements in power output and that means that 38.4bhp and 27Nm continue to be pumped. A six-speed gearbox and a support and slipper clutch are connected to the motor. It is kind of a normal segment that motorcycles tend to lose some control during the BS6 transformation to become “greener”. However, we are glad to say that the Ninja 300 will be the same as before.
Kawasaki dealers are currently confirmed to have begun bookings on the Indian market for the BS6 Kawasaki Ninja 300. What gets us even happier is that Kawasaki has set out the Ninja 300 in new colors. The 296cc motorcycle will be available with Lime Green/Ebony and Black in addition to the previously exhibited Lime Green Color.
The bike will also have the same diamond cable, steel frame, and the same equipment, and ride parts kits are expected to remain. Last week, Kawasaki trickled two new motorcycles, while the first (Ninja300) has already been unveiled, and a second model that is currently unstated could easily crack cover any time.