Kawasaki has interesting plans for the Indian big bike market. The Japanese brand has been introducing new & new products in India to fight increasing competition, and soon, seems like they want to dominate the quarter-litre sportsbike segment once again.
Kawasaki is planning to launch the Ninja 400 here in India. This doesn’t show us a clear picture of what will happen to the Ninja 300, most likely it will be discontinued in the coming months. But we have to wait and watch. Of course, the new Ninja 400 will ask for more than the already overpriced Ninja 300.
The Ninja 400 is powered by a 399cc, twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled petrol motor producing 44.8 BHP of power & 37.96 Nm of torque coupled to a assist & slipper clutch. The Ninja 400 comes with ABS.
The Ninja 400 also gets LED headlamps & LED tail lamps along with LED pilot lamps. The instrument console is the same as the Ninja 650.
The new Ninja 400 comes with a 14L fuel tank. The bike has a kerb weight of just 168 kg.