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Kawasaki Ninja 300: New Version Launched, Kawasaki's Cheapest Sports Bike, Price Has Not Increased!

Kawasaki Ninja 300 launched in India with new color options. The bike came at the same price as before. The price has not increased even a penny. It is available in Candy Lime Green and Metallic Moondust Gray colors.

The new Kawasaki Ninja 300 has been launched in India, raising the heart rate of sports bike lovers. Keeping with their tradition, the Japanese company has only added two new color options to the bike – Candy Lime Green and Metallic Moondust Grey. While the current model carries the same namesake paint scheme, Kawasaki offers new graphics as a novelty. But the good news is that the company has not hiked the price of the 2024 edition even a single penny. And already the Ninja 300 has become the company's cheapest sports bike in India.

2024 Kawasaki Ninja 300 Launched in India

Note that the Kawasaki Ninja 300 was launched in India in 2013. The full-faired sports bike came as a successor to the then popular Kawasaki Ninja 250 in the domestic market. Despite spending 11 long years in the country, it remains similar to the original 2013 model in terms of design.

Kawasaki Ninja 300 gets new color options over time. A large pillion grab rail was added a few years ago. Notably, today's Ninjas cost a bit less than they did a century ago. Let it be known that at that time the cost of buying the motorcycle was Rs. 3.50 lakhs. And the current generation is priced at Rs 3.43 lakh (as per the two ex-showroom prices).

Incidentally, the new version of Kawasaki Ninja 300 also has the previous 396 cc powerful, parallel twin, liquid cooled engine. It will produce a maximum power of 38.88 bhp and 26.1 Nm of torque. There is a six-speed gearbox with assist and slipper clutch.

The bike will ride on a tubular diamond type chassis, 17 inch wheels, telescopic front fork and monoshock suspension. Braking is provided by single disc brakes on both sides with dual channel ABS. The bike competes in the market with KTM RC 390, TVS Apache RR 310, Yamaha R3 and Aprilia RS 457.

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