Kawasaki India has now announced the launch of the updated 2022 Ninja 300 motorbike at a price of ₹3.37 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). With the new update, there has been a slight increase in the price of the bike. The company launched the 2021 year model for ₹ 3.18 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Kawasaki has started accepting bookings for the bike on its official website as well as at authorized dealer partners in India. Delivery is said to start in the next few weeks. The new Ninja 300 will compete with the KTM RC 390 and TVS Apache RR310 in the Indian market.
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Now These Color Options will be Available in Bike
The updated model has been launched with minor changes apart from a revised paint scheme and new graphics. The bike is now available for purchase in three color options. Lime Green, Candy Lime Green and Ebony. Apart from the updated color palette. No changes have been made to the rest of the motorcycle.
Features Like Dual-Channel ABS Updated
The bike has a BS-6 296cc parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine. It generates power of 38.4bhp and peak torque of 27Nm. This engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Features like twin-pod halogen headlight, semi-digital instrument cluster. An assist and slipper clutch mechanism and a dual-channel ABS have also been added to the bike.
Kawasaki Getting 70 Thousand Discount on This Bike
Kawasaki India has announced huge discounts on the Versys 650 adventure motorcycle. The move comes just after the launch of the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 in India. Which aims to go straight shoulder to shoulder with the middleweight Japanese bike. The Versys 650 is now on sale with a special discount of Rs.70,000.
Kawasaki will Make Electric Bike
Japanese bike maker Kawasaki has also revealed. Its plans for electric vehicles in view of the rapidly growing electric vehicle market around the world. The company has said that it will stop production of petrol vehicles from 2035 onwards. After this, the company will focus on manufacturing only electric vehicles.
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According to Kawasaki, electric vehicles will first be introduced in the markets of Japan and Europe. followed by electric bikes in other markets of the world. Kawasaki has started work on its first electric bike. The company introduced the concept model. Its first electric bike in 2019 at the EICMA Milan motorcycle show.