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Kawasaki Ninja Price

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Ninja  Standard

₹ 3,18,Avg. Ex-showroom priceDisc Brakes, Alloy Wheels

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Kawasaki Ninja Summary

Ninja key highlights

Engine Capacity cc
Transmission 6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 17 litres
Seat Height mm
Max Power bhp

About Ninja

Kawasaki Ninja is a sports bike available at a starting price of Rs. 3,18, in India. It is available in only 1 variant and 3 colours. The Kawasaki Ninja is powered by cc BS6 engine which develops a power of bhp and a torque of Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Kawasaki Ninja comes up with anti-locking braking system. This Ninja bike weighs kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 17 liters.

The Kawasaki Ninja BS6 has been launched in India at a price premium over the BS4 model. Yet, the Ninja remains the most affordable Kawasaki motorcycle in the Indian market.

The company’s highest-selling model has received mechanical upgrades to comply with the newest emission norms. Despite complying with the newer, more stringent emission norms, Kawasaki has retained the powered output numbers from the BS4 model. The BS6-compliant, cc, parallel twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor on the Ninja makes bhp at 11,rpm and Nm of peak torque at 10,rpm. The engine is linked to a six-speed gearbox that benefits from a slipper and an assist clutch function.

The overall design remains similar to the BS4 model, although Kawasaki has updated the colour palette and the graphics to the Ninja BS6. The motorcycle will be sold in three colour options – Lime Green with KRT graphics, Candy Lime Green, and Ebony. The latter two feature honey-comb graphics on the fairing. The styling cues retain a twin-pod headlight, a semi-digital instrument cluster, and split-style seats.

The frame and the cycle parts, too, remain similar to the BS4 model. Thus, the Kawasaki Ninja BS6 continues to use a diamond frame. The suspension setup includes 37mm telescopic front forks and a preload-adjustable rear mono-shock.The anchoring duties are performed by a mm disc at the front and a mm single rotor at the back while the safety net includes dual-channel ABS.

While the Kawasaki Ninja doesn’t have a direct rival, it faces some competition from the likes of TVS Apache RR and the KTM RC

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Kawasaki Ninja Expert Opinion

  • Good Things

    • Powerful parallel-twin motor
    • Excellent to ride on a race track
    • Slipper clutch works efficiently
  • Could be Better

    • High on maintenance
    • Not pillion friendly
    • Low fuel economy

BikeWale's Take

The Ninja is Kawasaki's smallest fully-faired offering belonging to the Ninja series. It packs a potent parallel-twin motor, striking looks and distinct exhaust note, all available at a premium price.

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Specifications

  • Power & PerformancePower & Performance

    Fuel Type Petrol

    Max Power bhp @ 11, rpm

    Max Torque Nm @ 10, rpm

    Cooling System Liquid Cooled

    Transmission 6 Speed Manual

    Transmission Type Chain Drive

    Emission Standard BS-VI

    Displacement cc

    Cylinders 2

    Bore 62 mm

    Stroke 49 mm

    Valves Per Cylinder 4

    Compression Ratio

    Ignition Digital

    Spark Plugs 1 Per Cylinder

    Gear Shifting Pattern Gear Shifting Pattern1 Down 5 Up

    Clutch Assist and Slipper Clutch

    Fuel Delivery System Fuel Injection

    Fuel Tank Capacity 17 litres

    Reserve Fuel Capacity litres

    Riding Range Maximum distance a petrol bike can travel on a full fuel tank and an electric bike can travel on a full charge--

    Mileage - ARAI --

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    Top Speed --

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  • Brakes, Wheels & SuspensionBrakes, Wheels & Suspension

    Braking System CBS, IBS, SBT, UBS, HBS - Combined braking of both front and rear wheel | ABS - Anti-lock braking system which can be just for front wheel (single channel) or both wheels (dual channel) or can be switched off (switchable) | E-ABS - Electronic assisted braking system | Standard - Cable operatedDual Channel ABS

    Front Brake Type Disc

    Front Brake Size mm

    Rear Tyre Size /70R17 M/C 66H

    Tyre Type Tubeless

    Radial Tyres Yes

    Rear Brake Type Disc

    Rear Brake Size mm

    Calliper Type Front- 2 Piston, Rear - 2 Piston Caliper

    Wheel Type Alloy

    Front Wheel Size 17 inch

    Rear Wheel Size 17 inch

    Front Tyre Size /70R17 M/C 54H

    Front Tyre Pressure (Rider) 28 psi

    Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider) 32 psi

    Front Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion) 28 psi

    Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion) 32 psi

    Front Suspension 37 mm Telescopic Fork / mm

    Rear Suspension Bottom-Link Uni-Trak with gas-charged shock

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  • Dimensions & ChassisDimensions & Chassis

    Kerb Weight kg

    Overall Length 2, mm

    Overall Width mm

    Wheelbase 1, mm

    Ground Clearance mm

    Seat Height mm

    Chassis Type Tube diamond, steel

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  • Manufacturer WarrantyManufacturer Warranty

    Standard Warranty (Year) 2 Year

    Standard Warranty (Kilometers) Standard Warranty (Kilometers) Kilometers

Features

Odometer Digital

DRLs (Daytime running lights) Yes

Mobile App Connectivity No

Pillion BackrestNo

Pillion GrabrailYes

Pillion SeatYes

GPS & Navigation No

USB charging port No

Front storage box No

Under seat storage No

AHO (Automatic Headlight On) --

Speedometer Digital

Fuel Guage Yes

Tachometer Analogue

Stand Alarm Yes

Stepped Seat Yes

No. of Tripmeters 2

Tripmeter Type Digital

Low Fuel Indicator Yes

Low Oil Indicator Yes

Low Battery Indicator Yes

Pillion FootrestYes

Digital Fuel GuageYes

Start TypeElectric Start

Shift LightYes

KillswitchYes

ClockYes

Electric System12V DC

BatteryMaintenance Free

Headlight TypeBulb and Reflector Type

Headlight Bulb Type55/60W halogen

Brake/Tail LightLED Tail Lamp

Turn SignalYes

Pass LightYes

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Kawasaki Ninja User Reviews

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  • Reliability

  • Performance

  • Service Experience

  • Maintenance cost

  • Extra Features

  •  5Very nice bike 1 month ago by Vinay, Vadodara

    It very easy to buy Very smooth Very good looking. Seat is a little bit high.

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  •  5Green beast 1 month ago by Satyabrat Biswal, Bhadrak

    Bs6 ninja has more refined engine and the power ratio is same as before. It is more smooth now. Amazing experience with this little beast. You can not find a better bike than this in segment.. It is the best in it's segment. Lets ride feel the power. Kawasaki ni

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  •  5Segments best! 3 months ago by Nadeem

    Its a great ride. No heat issues like other brands So smooth parallel twin. Decent mileage of 30 with combination of city and highway. No vibrations at all! Great looks. Head turner on the roads Sports feel. Upright posture. Slightly rare set foot pegs for sporty feel.

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  •  5Bike performance 6 months ago by Danish Nawaz, Navi Mumbai

    This bike is good for daily commute and daily ride, a perfect machine for beginners to begin with sports track experience with superb performance experience.

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  •  3Outdated and obsolete machine with just a ninja tag 7 months ago by Harry

    No riding modes, no led headlamps, no adjustable suspension, no change in design, no increase in power, rear tyre width lesser than bikes like gixxer and tvs apache, only ninja tag, nothing else worth for lakhs. Ground clearance is very less for Indian speed breaker

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  •  5Lovely 7 months ago by Nikhil Siddarth, Hyderabad

    An awesome bike with a cc engine the kawasaki made it a super cool motorcycle and the power torque and all gives you a free ride feeling and that too its a cc motorcycle and finally I liked the bike a lot and the looks is also great and it has a branding from gr

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FAQs about Kawasaki Ninja

  • Q: What is the on-road price of Kawasaki Ninja in ?

  • Q: Which is better Kawasaki Ninja or TVS Apache RR?

    A: Kawasaki Ninja is priced at Rs. 3,18,, has a cc 6 Speed Manual engine, and weighs kg, whereas, the price of TVS Apache RR is Rs. 2,54, with a cc engine, and weighing kg. You can compare Kawasaki Ninja vs TVS Apache RR based on their detailed specifications, features, prices and reviews.

  • Q: What are the colour options of Kawasaki Ninja ?

    A: Kawasaki Ninja is available in 3 colours which are Lime Green, Candy Lime Green and Ebony. You can check all the colour images of Kawasaki Ninja

  • Q: What are the key specifications of Kawasaki Ninja ?

    A: Kawasaki Ninja is a Sports bike that weighs kg, has a cc BS-VI engine and a fuel capacity of 17 litres. You can check the full specifications and features.

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Kawasaki Ninja BS6 Officially Revealed &#; New Colours

 Kawasaki Ninja BS6 - New Colour

Upon its launch, the BS6 compliant Kawasaki Ninja will compete against TVS Apache RR and the upcoming KTM RC

A couple of days ago, Kawasaki had teased two upcoming bikes from its lineup on its social media handle out of which one was suspected to be the Ninja Today, the Japanese superbike manufacturer confirmed it by officially revealing the updated entry-level Ninja on its India website.

However, going by a couple of images released by Team Green, it seems the updates strictly cosmetic in nature and too very subtle. Though this was expected. But as Ninja has been carrying the same design language for many years, a change would have given the motorcycle a fresh design.

Cosmetic Update

The cosmetic update is in the form of a new paint scheme that comprises shades of lime green, black, and white with hints of red accents here and there. Its overall design is intact which continues to feature a twin-pod headlight cluster, split-style seats, a muscular fuel tank, front blinkers integrated into the fairing and a chrome heat shield on the muffler. The white engine cowl with red highlights truly accentuates its sporty appeal.

Specs

Another crucial update is in its engine department which is the BS6 complaint now. It will derive its power from the same cc liquid-cooled four-stroke parallel-twin engine and will be mated to a six-speed gearbox.

 Kawasaki Ninja BS6 - New Colour

In its BS4 guise, this motor churned out bhp at 11, rpm and a peak torque of 27 Nm at 10, rpm. Although exact specs are still in dark, we expect the output figures to remain more or less similar in the BS6 iteration.

Other mechanical configurations are also expected to remain the same. This includes a tube diamond steel frame which is suspended on telescopic forks at front and a preload-adjustable mono-shock at rear. Anchorage duties are handled by a single disc brake on each wheel while the safety net is imparted by dual-channel ABS.

BS6 Ninja Price & Versys X

The BS6 updated Ninja is slated to hit showrooms very soon while further details are expected to surface in the near future. The last retail price of the BS4 compliant Ninja was Rs lakh (ex-showroom). We can expect a premium of around Rs 10,, on the updated faired sports bike.

The other bike in the making, as teased earlier, is suspected to be the Japanese bikemaker’s entry-level adventure tourer Versys X If and when launched in India, it will rival the likes of other entry-level adventure motorcycles such as KTM Adventure,Royal Enfield Himalayan and BMW G GS. With adventure tourers slowly gathering momentum in India, it will be sensible for Kawasaki to cash in and reap some benefits.

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Kawasaki Ninja The Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle with a price tag of Rs. Lakh. It is available in 1 variant and 3 colours. Powered by a cc bs6 engine, the Kawasaki Ninja has a 6 Speed gearbox. The Kawasaki Ninja has Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes along with ABS. Over 39 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Kawasaki Ninja

Key Specs of Ninja

Engine cc
Power39 PS
Torque Nm
Mileage kmpl
BrakesDouble Disc
Tyre TypeTubeless

Ninja Specifications

Kawasaki Ninja Highlights

Kawasaki India has announced it will soon start deliveries for the BS6 Ninja The bike was launched early last month at Rs lakh (ex-showroom). Sadly, this is just an introductory offer and the prices are expected to increase even further in the near future. Bookings for the bike have commenced on Amazon, the company’s website or at your nearest Kawasaki dealer. 

Kawasaki Ninja BS6 Price:

The most affordable BS6 bike from Kawasaki is priced at a rather steep Rs 3,18, (ex-showroom India). This makes it a whole Rs 20, dearer than the BS4 bike. There have been no tangible features to justify the hefty premium either. Kawasaki has just offered a fresher set of colours: Lime Green, Candy Lime Green, and Ebony. 

Kawasaki Ninja BS6 Engine:

Powering the bike is the same cc parallel-twin liquid-cooled engine, now tweaked to comply with BS6 emission norms. Thankfully, it produces the same 39PS of power at 11,rpm as before. However, peak torque has gone down from 27Nm to Nm at 10,rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission with assist and slipper clutch. 

Kawasaki Ninja BS6 Suspension And Brakes:

Underpinnings include the same 37mm telescopic front fork and rear-linked monoshock. The bike comes to a halt using the same mm front and mm rear petal disc with dual-channel ABS. Kawasaki has equipped the motorcycle with MRF Nylogrip Zapper FY up front and Zapper S at the rear. Interestingly, the seat height has gone down by 5mm to mm now, while ground clearance has increased from mm to mm.

Kawasaki Ninja BS6 Features:

The Kawasaki Ninja is fairly basic in terms of features. It gets a pair of halogen headlamps and an LED tail lamp. It still uses the same semi-digital instrument cluster as before. We wish Kawasaki had equipped the motorcycle with LED headlamp and a smartphone-compatible instrument cluster, both of which would’ve justified the premium, at least to a certain extent. 

Kawasaki Ninja BS6 Rivals:

The motorcycle goes up against the KTM RC and the TVS Apache RR , both single-cylinder offerings in its segment. But for the same price, you can also take a look at the Royal Enfield Continental GT

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Kawasaki Ninja Price

The price of Kawasaki Ninja starts at Rs. 3,18, Kawasaki Ninja is offered in 1 variant - Ninja ABS which comes at a price tag of Rs. 3,18,

Ninja Price

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Kawasaki Ninja Pros and Cons

Things We Like in Ninja

  • Butter smooth parallel-twin engine
  • Attractive pricing

Things We Don't Like in Ninja

  • Lack of features compared to its competition

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Ninja Expert Review

Kawasaki Ninja is an entry-level sports bike with twin-cylinder, improved style, ergonomics, quality and comfort. The brand has made significant efforts in order to eliminate the pitfalls and make the ride more comfortable for the rider. The bike’s refreshed look, with new livery accentuates the overall appeal. The bike now looks meaner than ever before. It sports a removable long rear grab rail that extends from the pillion foot peg to the tail. The high-quality material has been used in the making and refinements have been done at the trivial ends, which is clearly evident. Performance-wise, it is a refiner high revving unit with redline starting at 13,rpm- can be regarded as the beast on open highways and a delightful machine in the city. It gets a massive litre fuel tank, which offers incredible touring range. One of the major improvements it comes with is the clutch, now has Assist and Slipper function. It is a lot smoother and responds well to the quick gear shifting.  Some concerning points that need to be mentioned include brakes and tyres. The tyres aren’t that grippy while the braking is on a slower side. Hard braking can leave you in ruins as the job is not quite done by the discs on offer. Overall, it is a fine road machine for the ones new to biking. It possesses touring and track capabilities- great to start off with and to have in your first sports bike.

Design-wise it is a typical Ninja- aggressive front with a multi-reflector headlamp, minimalistic tail, eye-catchy alloys, ventilated fairing, floating windscreen design, big muscled litre fuel tank, clip-on handlebars, upswept exhaust, split seats and the new livery. The handlebar and rear view mirrors are pushed forward while the footpegs get a new placement, which collectively accounts for a comfortable riding stance- neither over committed to the track nor to the touring. It gets a low seat height of mm which is ideal for short-height riders to manage it across the turf. An optional, removable rear grab rail is also on offer that extends all the way to tail from the pillion foot pegs. Heat management on the bike is masterly handled by smartly-designed air-intakes, fin design and holes in the fairing. The green pinstripe on the alloys looks great while the built-in turn indicators at the front are worth admiring. The instrument console gets the analogue-digital display for necessary readouts.

 

 

Dimensionally, it measures mm long, mm wide and mm high. The ground clearance sits at mm and the wheelbase at mm.

Powering the new Ninja is the 4-stroke, parallel twin, liquid-cooled cc engine with fuel injection system and dual throttle valves. The engine is capable of pumping out a max power of 39PS at 11,rpm and a peak torque of 27Nm at 10,rpm. The engine is coupled to a six-speed transmission which gets an Assist and Slipper function making downshifting easy as you’d like. The clutch feels a lot smoother and lighter on highways as well on the city streets. The approximate mileage of the bike is 32Kmpl and the top speed is Kmph (estimated). The refinement levels are worked upon by the brand which can be seen via improved NVH levels and the smoother and lighter clutch.

Built on the tubular diamond frame, the Ninja rides on the 37mm conventional telescopic front fork with mm travel suspension and Bottom-Link gas-charged rear shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload and mm travel suspension. The braking duties on the bike are taken care of by the single petal mm disc at front and mm disc brake at the back. ABS remains absent. The inch alloys are wrapped in IRC tyres of section /70R17 and /60R17 at front and rear respectively. The suspension is on the stiffer side but capable of soaking the road imperfections. On the flip side, the braking setup is weak and doesn’t have the bite to grant confidence to the rider around corners.

The Ninja gets a mm front disc and a mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS as standard.

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    This is totally a monster bike.

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    This bike is the beast, I really like this bike In my opinion every function is a good example, mileage, comfort, andRead More

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    Best bike Kawasaki Ninja rides in comfort best mileage fuel capacity 17 liters good and top speed

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    The bike is very nice Kawasaki. It is very good. Ans it is my favourite bike.

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Kawasaki Ninja Specifications

Mileage (City) kmpl
Displacement cc
Engine TypeLiquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin
No. of Cylinders2
Max Power39 PS @ rpm
Max Torque Nm @ rpm
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDisc
Fuel Capacity17 L
Body TypeSports Bikes

Kawasaki Ninja Features

ABSDual Channel
Adjustable WindshieldYes
LED Tail LightYes
SpeedometerDigital
OdometerDigital
TripmeterDigital
Fuel gaugeYes
TachometerAnalogue

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Questions And Answers

What is the exact on-road price price of Kawasaki Ninja ?

The on-road price of Kawasaki Ninja in Delhi starts at Rs. 3,55, The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

What is the engine displacement of Kawasaki Ninja ?

The engine displacement of Kawasaki Ninja is cc

What is the Start type of this bike?

Kawasaki Ninja  has Self Start Only.

What is the Tyre Type of Kawasaki Ninja ?

Kawasaki Ninja has Tubeless tyres.

Kawasaki Ninja FAQs

KTM RC or Ninja ?

Badal asked on 11 Aug

Both the bikes are good in their forte. The KTM RC is among the quickest

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What is the mileage of Kawasaki Ninja ?

Suban asked on 2 Apr

The ARAI claimed mileage of Kawasaki Ninja is kmpl.

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Kawasaki Ninja or duke which one is better?

GANGADRI asked on 7 Mar

Selecting between the Kawasaki Ninja and KTM Duke would depend on

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Is the Kawasaki Ninja riding position aggressive or not?

GANGADRI asked on 7 Mar

The Kawasaki Ninja offers a comfortable riding position with brilliant

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What suspension used in ninja bs6?

Nexus asked on 16 Jan

As of now, the brand hasn't revealed the complete details. So we would suggest

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    Ex-Showroom Price*

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    engine
    fuel

    Fuel Economy/Mileage

    26 Km/l

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    Kawasaki Ninja Specifications

    Engine CC cc
    Mileage26 Km/l
    Max Power bhp
    Max Torque Nm
    FuelPetrol
    Transmission6 Speed
    Length/Width/Height/ / mm
    Kerb WeightKg

    Kawasaki Ninja Features

    • Dual Throttle Valves

    • Ninja Styling

    • Elegant Design

    • Heat Management Technology

    • Modern Instrumentation

    • World's Smallest ABS Unit

    • Suspension

    • Fine-Atomising Injectors & Dual Throttle Valves

    • Race-Derived Clutch Technology & Smoother Shift Feel

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    About Kawasaki Ninja

    The Kawasaki Ninja was earlier discontinued in India, due to emission compliance. Now, Kawasaki India has rolled out the BS-VI variant of the same model, in , and they are currently accepting bookings via their online website and dealerships across the country. It is also the most affordable sports bike, with the tag of a Kawasaki Ninja and the ex-showroom price is INR ,

    There are three colour options available: Ebony, Lime Green, and Candy Lime Green. The Kawasaki Ninja regains its old bodywork, with 37 mm telescopic forks in the front, and mono-shock at the rear. It retains the usual seating capacity of 2, with an engine capacity of cc. The liquid-cooled twin-engine develops maximum power of bhp at rpm and provides a great mileage of up to 26 kmpl.

    This bike is undoubtedly a great choice for long rides due to the comfort it provides, and it is also a decent option for off-roading, given the sporty nature of the bike. It also sports the world’s smallest ABS unit, and the ergonomic design with Kawasaki’s heat management technology makes it a must for all sports bikes’ fanatics. 

    Kawasaki Ninja Expert Review

    How is the design of the Kawasaki Ninja ?

    The Kawasaki Ninja retains its design from the Ninja series, but there are certain improvements over the previous models. It has sporty glass in the front and a highly minimalistic tail design. It also has an aggressive set of dual multi-reflector headlamps convenient for rides at night.

    Did you know that the floating-style windscreen is like a signature statement for the Ninja? It also has a sporty digital panel on the bike, which makes the look quite premium and fashionable. The aluminium footpegs are also a great addition for sport riding in comparison to the rubber counterpart.

    How does the Kawasaki Ninja ride?

    With a cc liquid-cooled twin-engine, which is capable of generating 39 bhp and 27 Nm of torque, the bike is highly calm and docile while riding and accelerating at lower rpm. The top speed is at around rpm and the utility of the powerband kicks in above rpm.

    It may not be the fastest accelerating bike in the similar segment, however, the inclusion of ABS and the 6-speed gearbox provides the gear shifts with precision timing. The new MRF Nylogrip Zapper tires provide great stability while riding, and are an amazing choice for riders.

    How comfortable is the Kawasaki Ninja ?

    The Kawasaki Ninja is a competent choice for sportbike lovers, who love the comfort and are looking to buy a bike in this segment. The rear footpegs are placed in such a fashion that one does not have to worry about their posture while riding.

    Also, the synchronous positioning of the handlebar promotes the aerodynamic positioning of the arms, and the elbows can be completely stress-free. The spacious fuel tank and its positioning also make the rider feel comfortable and ride with no stress to the knees. This is one of the reasons why riders love it for longer rides.

    How is the tech in Kawasaki Ninja ?

    The Kawasaki Ninja has all the features, which makes it a great entry-level sports bike. The liquid-cooled, 4-stroke parallel-twin engine, with a capacity of 17 litres fuel tank is a great addition to the bike. It also has a 6-speed transmission, along with digital ignition, which saves a lot of time.

    The anti-lock braking system, along with the addition of a 37 mm telescopic fork suspension in the front, and gas-charged shock with a 5-way adjustable rear suspension adds value to the features of the bike. The heat management system, fine atomizing injectors, and dual throttle valves also deserve special mention.

    How is the mileage of the Kawasaki Ninja ?

    Although the brochures speak of mileage up to 26 kmpl, however, the sporty nature of the bike and the engine may fail to deliver that under certain conditions. According to survey reports of users, it was seen that on average, the mileage in the city may range from kmpl. However, under the highway conditions, it significantly increases to kmpl, on average.

    This is one of the reasons why people end up not buying a Kawasaki Ninja. Still, for the category of sport and performance bikes, it does justice to the entire segment with its capabilities.

    How is the performance of Kawasaki Ninja ?

    There has been positive feedback for the Kawasaki Ninja in the Indian market, in comparison to other countries. Kawasaki should thank this overwhelming response due to the pricing, and the introduction of certain key features, which has kept this bike going for sports bikes’ fanatics.

    The local sourcing of the panels, wiring, wheels, tires, and brakes has resulted in cost and price reduction, and the price gap between the successive models of the same segment has also kept the sales up. This is the reason why a lot of people end up buying a Ninja , as the beginners’ intro to performance bikes.

    Is the Kawasaki Ninja a good value?

    The BS-VI variant of the Kawasaki Ninja sports standard dual-channel ABS, along with a slipper clutch. This is a great feature to add, after reducing the cost by INR Also, it is the most affordable sports bike in this segment, and that is the reason why one can go for this bike.

    The other impressive features and the brand name of Kawasaki is also a strong promoter of the same. The great consumer feedback and recommendation is also another reason why it is worth investing a little above INR 3 lakhs on this particular variant of the bike.

    Final Verdict on Kawasaki Ninja

    Are you looking for an entry into the performance and sports bikes segment? Then, you should necessarily go ahead with booking a Kawasaki Ninja for yourself. All the features, technical specifications, and the affordable nature of the bike, with compliance to the emission standards, point towards it being a great buy.

    However, if you want to explore options, you can also check out the other variants of the Kawasaki Ninja family. Still, the pricing on those variants may be quite steep. It is an all-rounder bike, and it is not meant to let you down, for sure!

    Pros & Cons of Ninja

    pros

    Pros

    • The slipper clutch and ABS are a great addition to the Kawasaki Ninja , and this makes the bike a favourable choice over others in the market, in the same segment.

    • The all-new BS-VI variant of Kawasaki Ninja is priced a bit above INR , and it makes it the best buy in this segment. Other models of Kawasaki Ninja have a price tag upward of INR ,

    • The power-packed features, along with an extended wheelbase and higher ground clearance is the epitome of greater stability while riding.

    cons

    Cons

    • The mileage of the Kawasaki Ninja has always made a questionable impression. With the city averages between kmpl and highway averages up to 25 kmpl, people prefer buying high-performance bikes at cheaper prices.

    • The discontinuation of Kawasaki and Bajaj has resulted in the brand reducing visibility at prominent locations across the country. This has affected post-sales and selling promotion.

    • The digital console looks basic and primitive, in comparison to other variants of Kawasaki Ninja, and the other brands in the similar segment have more premium looks and features on the panel.

    People also ask For

    • How much does a Kawasaki Ninja cost?

      The Kawasaki Ninja is undoubtedly an amazing entry-level sports bike from the Ninja family. If you are a sports bike fanatic, this is the perfect bike for long rides, performance riding, etc. Apart from these attributes, the comfort of the bike along with the design makes it a viable option for an entry-level sports bike.

      The pricing and the BS-VI emission standard engine also make it a must-buy in this price segment. Also, if you are planning to have an ABS-enabled bike, this is the right choice to make.

    • Is the Kawasaki Ninja a good bike?

      Yes, it is absolutely worth it, if you are buying a Kawasaki Ninja However, be sure to buy the BS-VI variant, as many dealerships still have the BS-IV variant at their stores. Why should you buy the BS-VI variant? It comes with the revolutionary ABS system and the skipper clutch.

      Apart from that, the emission standards and their compliance is something that you need for your bike moving forward. The Kawasaki Ninja also sports an amazing suspension system, and the price is reasonable for the power-packed nature of features and specifications.

    • Is the Kawasaki Ninja better than the KTM RC ?

      Both of these bikes fall under the category of power and sports bikes, and both of them are good for the entry segment. However, the KTM RC is priced better in comparison to the Kawasaki Ninja Although the fuel tank capacity of Ninja is twice that of KTM RC , the other features of the bike, like the power and torque are slightly better than that of the Kawasaki Ninja

      However, if you are planning to buy a bike for longer rides, convenience, and performance riding, Kawasaki Ninja edges past its counterpart due to the huge base of customers.

    • Which model of Kawasaki Ninja is best?

      There are not many variants of the Kawasaki Ninja available in India. After the BS-VI Emission standards compliance, it has only one variant with the ABS feature available. However, there are three colour variants available: Ebony, Lime Green, and Candy Lime Green.

    • Kawasaki Ninja vs Competition

      The Kawasaki Ninja competes with KTM RC , TVS Apache RR , and BMW G R. So, if you want an in-depth analysis of these 4 bikes, along with the details for everything, you have to check out this section:

      • The Kawasaki Ninja has a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke parallel twin cc engine, with a maximum power of 39 PS @ rpm and torque of Nm @ rpm. The KTM RC sports a single-cylinder, 4-valve, liquid-cooled, FI, DOHC cc engine with a maximum power of PS @ rpm and torque of 36 Nm @ rpm. TVS Apache RR has a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, reverse inclined DOHC, SI Engine cc engine, whereas the BMW G R has a water-cooled, single-cylinder 4-stroke engine, 4-valve, two overhead camshafts, and wet-sump lubrication cc engine.
      • The mileage of all these bikes is somewhat similar, and that is the reason why you can choose any of the bikes if mileage is the parameter. On average, the mileage in the city stands in the range of kmpl, whereas the highway has an average of up to 25 kmpl.
      • The Kawasaki Ninja has a suspension system of 37 mm telescopic fork/ mm, whereas the KTM RC , TVS Apache RR , and BMW G R have WP-open cartridges USD 43 mm, inverted cartridge telescopic fork, an upside-down fork, 41 mm, respectively. The suspension system of any sports bike is an advanced module, and the Kawasaki Ninja along with KTM RC , TVS Apache RR , and BMW G R have bottom-link uni-track with gas-charged shock and 5-way adjustable preload / mm, WP-mono-shock, two-arm aluminium die-cast swingarm, monotube, floating piston gas assisted shock absorber, and cast aluminium dual swing arm, central spring strut, spring preload-adjustable systems, respectively.
      • All of these bikes come with ABS technology. In addition to this, the KTM RC , TVS Apache RR , and BMW G R have a digital console, whereas the Kawasaki Ninja sports a hybrid analogue and digital console. Only the TVS Apache RR comes with Bluetooth technology, with which you can pair your mobile device quite easily!
      • The Kawasaki Ninja has the highest fuel capacity of 17 litres, whereas the KTM RC , TVS Apache RR , and BMW G have a capacity of litres, 11 litres, and 11 litres, respectively.
      • The on-road price of the Kawasaki Ninja , KTM RC , TVS Apache RR , and BMW G begins from INR lakhs, INR lakhs, INR lakhs, and INR lakhs, respectively. This is why the Kawasaki Ninja might be an expensive choice, but the brand name, customer reviews and post-sales servicing do justice to the pricing.

      If this in-depth comparison has helped you, you are surely on the verge of making the right decision. Also, you can go for any of these sports bikes as they all have great reviews and recommendations from the sports bikes’ users community.

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    Kawasaki Ninja

    KEY FEATURES AND COMPETITORS
    Braking System2-Channel ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System)Key FeaturesSporty Instrument Panel, Assist & Slipper Clutch, Dual Throttle Valves, Circuit-Developed Diamond Frame, Heat Management Technology, Elegant Design, Exhaust with Short-Style Silencer, Wider Rear Tyre, Supersports Style Aluminium Footpegs, Petal Disc Brakes.Similar BikesYamaha YZF-R3, Benelli R, TVS Apache RR , KTM RC , Suzuki GSX-S, Honda CBRRR
    SUSPENSION AND CHASSIS
    Front Suspension37mm Telescopic ForksRear SuspensionBottom-Link Uni-Trak with Gas-Charged Shock and 5-Way Adjustable Pre-Load (Monoshock)Frame (Chassis)Tube Diamond, SteelExhaust/Muffler Exhaust with Short-Style SilencerFront Wheel Travel mmRear Wheel Travel mm
    DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
    Overall Length mmOverall Width mmOverall Height mmGround Clearance mmSeat Height mmWheelbase mmKerb Weight kgFuel Tank Capacity17 litres
    INSTRUMENT CONSOLE FEATURES
    SpeedometerDigitalTachometerAnalogTrip MeterDigitalOdometerDigitalClockABS LightFuel GaugeDigitalLow Oil IndicatorLow Battery Indicator
    BATTERY AND LIGHTING
    Pass LightBattery TypeMaintenance FreeHead LightHelogenAutomatic Headlamp On (AHO)
    COMFORT FEATURES
    Electric StartPillion FootrestStep-up Seat/Split SeatEngine Kill SwitchRider’s FootpegsSupersports Style Aluminium Footpegs
    Miscellaneous Information
    Rake27°Trail93 mmSteering Angle35°(Left) / 35°(Right)Ex Showroom Price vs On Road PriceEx-Showroom Price is the Manufacturing Cost of the vehicle + Dealer/Seller Profit + GST (Goods and Service Tax) + Transportation Charges (from the manufacturing plant to the dealership). On the other hand, the On-Road Price is the actual cost you pay to the dealership to make the vehicle legal to run on the roads. It includes Ex-Showroom Price in your city + RTO Charges (Vehicle Registration) + One Time Road Tax + Insurance Charges. The On-Road Price also includes some optional things like if you opt for Genuine Accessories and Extended Warranty while buying a vehicle. Please note that the On-Road Price varies a lot across different states in India due to different percentage for the State Registration Charges.
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    KTM RC or Ninja ?

    Badal asked on 11 Aug

    Both the bikes are good in their forte. The KTM RC is among the quickest

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    What is the mileage of Kawasaki Ninja ?

    Suban asked on 2 Apr

    The ARAI claimed mileage of Kawasaki Ninja is kmpl.

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    Kawasaki Ninja or duke which one is better?

    GANGADRI asked on 7 Mar

    Selecting between the Kawasaki Ninja and KTM Duke would depend on

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    Is the Kawasaki Ninja riding position aggressive or not?

    GANGADRI asked on 7 Mar

    The Kawasaki Ninja offers a comfortable riding position with brilliant

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    What suspension used in ninja bs6?

    Nexus asked on 16 Jan

    As of now, the brand hasn't revealed the complete details. So we would suggest

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    Engine & Transmission
    Type Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin
    Displacement cm3
    Bore and Stroke mm x mm
    Compression ratio
    Valve system DOHC, 8 valves
    Fuel system Fuel Injection: ø32 mm x 2, with dual throttle valves
    Fuel Type / Minimum Octane Rating Unleaded petrol/RON91
    Ignition Digital
    Starting Electric
    Lubrication Forced lubrication wet sump
    Transmission 6-speed, return
    Maximum power kW {39 PS} / 11, rpm
    Maximum power with Ram Air -
    Maximum torque N.m { kgf.m} / 10, rpm
    Dimensions & Chassis
    Frame Type Tube diamond, steel
    Rake / Trail 27° / 93 mm
    Tyre - Front /70 - 17 M/C 54H
    Tyre - Rear /70 - 17 M/C 66H
    Wheelbase 1, mm
    Ground clearance mm
    Seat height mm
    Curb mass kg
    Fuel capacity 17 litres
    Overall Dimensions (L x W x H) 2, x x 1, mm
    Brakes & Suspension
    Front / Wheel Travel 37 mm Telescopic Fork / mm
    Rear / Wheel Travel Bottom-Link Uni-Trak with gas-charged shock and 5-way adjustable pre-load / mm
    Brake - Front Single mm petal disc
    Caliper - Front Dual-piston
    Brake - Rear Single mm petal disc
    Caliper - Rear Dual-piston

    TOP FEATURES


    cm3 39PS fuel injected parallel twin Engine

    Fine-atomising injectors (60 μm) ensure ideal fuel delivery at all rpm. Designed for rider-friendly response, the Ninja ’s fuel-injected Parallel Twin engine delivers smooth, responsive torque at low and medium rpm and hard-hitting acceleration at high rpm. The engine offers significantly stronger torque and power at all rpm, putting the Ninja in a class of its own. Complementing the enhanced engine performance, racing-derived clutch technology offers a lighter clutch lever pull and a back-torque limiting function, while heat management technology like the radiator fan cover directs heat away from the rider, significantly improving rider comfort

    Dual Throttle Valves

    Similar to the Ninja ZXR, dual throttle valves give precise control of intake air, resulting in linear throttle response across the rpm range. Dual throttle valves also contribute to combustion efficiency, and hence engine performance as well as favourable fuel consumption. Larger main throttle valves are and sub-throttle valves help flow a greater volume of air, contributing to the increased engine performance. Fine-atomising injectors with a droplet size of only 60 μm contribute to combustion efficiency.

    Assist & Slipper Clutch

    Assist & Slipper Clutch was developed based on feedback from racing activities. The clutch uses two types of cams (an assist cam and a slipper cam), offering two functions. When the engine is operating at normal rpm the assist cam functions as a self-servo mechanism, pulling the clutch hub and operating plate together to compress the clutch plates. This allows the total clutch spring load to be reduced, resulting a lighter clutch lever pull when operating the clutch. Assist cam also enables the clutch torque capacity to be increased (to match the stronger engine) without gaining weight. When excessive engine braking occurs – as a result of quick downshifts(or an accidental downshift) – the slipper cam comes into play, forcing the clutch hub and operating plate apart. This relieves pressure on the clutch plates to reduce back-torque and help prevent the rear tyre from hopping and skidding

    Sleeveless, aluminium die-cast cylinder

    Sleeveless, aluminium die-cast cylinder features plated bores, just like on our Ninja ZXR and 6R supersport machines. The cylinder features an open-deck design, offering excellent heat dissipation.

    Hard Alumite Coating Piston

    Pistons feature a hard alumite coating (on the piston crown and extending past the top land and top ring groove) for increased durability. Piston underside features a groove near the piston edge. The groove directs cooling oil to the rest of the piston underside.

    Circuit-developed Diamond Frame

    The diamond frame in Ninja features high-tensile steel components (known as special steels which develop high yield, tensile and fatigue strengths, as well as excellent toughness), which offers high strength and high durability – both essential in a high-performance frame.

    Heat Management Technology

    Large openings in the fairing promote airflow when riding to help dissipate engine heat. Fin design helps direct hot engine air away from the rider for increased comfort. Innovative Kawasaki technology like the radiator fan cover located behind the radiator directs hot air down and away from the rider, significantly increasing comfort when stuck in heavy traffic. Redirecting the air also helps keep the tank, frame and other parts that contact the rider cooler, further increasing rider comfort.

    Petal Disc Brakes

    Large-diameter mm front petal disc brake operated by a 2-piston caliper delivers powerful braking and a natural feel at the lever. mm rear petal disc and 2-piston caliper give dependable stopping power. Petal brake discs like those on the larger-displacement Ninja supersport models offer excellent heat dissipation

    Ninja Styling

    Ninja has styling that would not be out of place on our larger-displacement Ninja supersport models. Just like the other machines in the Ninja series, it features a sporty gmass forward, minimalist-tail design. From its aggressive dual headlights to its screen and wheels, the Ninja shares numerous styling cues and design elements from other machines in the Ninja family. One look tells you that this bike is pure Ninja! The Ninja uses a floating-style windscreen with a gap between the cowl and the windscreen. Mounting the screen using only the bolts from the mirror stays contributes to a very clean and elegant design.

    Elegant Design

    Fine design and large ventilation holes in the fairing have a design similar to that of the Ninja ZX14R.
    The design contributes to the Ninja 's excellent heat management. Aggressive dual headlamp design contributes to the strong Ninja supersport image. The multi-reflector headlamps also offer superb illumination for riding at night. Built-in front turn signals have a sleeker, more unitised appearance.

    Modern Instrumentation

    Sporty instrument panel design contributes to the advanced-technology and high-quality image of the Ninja series.

    Suspension

    37 mm telescopic fork has a revised settings balance for both improved ride comfort on bumpy city streets and a firmer feel when sport riding. Together with the stiffer frame, handling is very smooth and stable. Kawasaki’s original, linkage-equipped Uni-Trak rear suspension delivers stable handling over a wide variety of road surfaces and speed ranges. Like the fork, the rear shock features rebalanced settings for improved comfort when city riding and a firmer feel when cornering.

    exhaust with short-style silencer

    Longer, larger-diameter header and centre pipes contribute to stronger performance at all rpm. Short-style silencer with complex cross-section delivers good performance, low noise and plenty of lean angle. Large silencer guard protects passengers from heat and also contributes to noise reduction

    Wider rear tyre

    Wider mm rear tyre contributes to an enhanced supersport image and offers increased straight-line stability.

    Wide set of raised separate handle bar

    Wide set of the raised, separate handlebars contribute to the Ninja
    ’s easy manoeuvrability.

    Supersports style aluminium footpegs

    Supersport-style aluminium footpegs give a more direct feel and good controllability when sport riding compared to the rubber covered pegs.

    SPECIFICATIONS


    Engine & Transmission
    Type Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin
    Displacement cm3
    Bore and Stroke mm x mm
    Compression ratio
    Valve system DOHC, 8 valves
    Fuel system Fuel Injection: ø32 mm x 2, with dual throttle valves
    Fuel Type / Minimum Octane Rating Unleaded petrol/RON91
    Ignition Digital
    Starting Electric
    Lubrication Forced lubrication wet sump
    Transmission 6-speed, return
    Maximum power kW {39 PS} / 11, rpm
    Maximum power with Ram Air -
    Maximum torque N.m { kgf.m} / 10, rpm
    Dimensions & Chassis
    Frame Type Tube diamond, steel
    Rake / Trail 27° / 93 mm
    Tyre - Front /70 - 17 M/C 54H
    Tyre - Rear /70 - 17 M/C 66H
    Wheelbase 1, mm
    Ground clearance mm
    Seat height mm
    Curb mass kg
    Fuel capacity 17 litres
    Overall Dimensions (L x W x H) 2, x x 1, mm
    Brakes & Suspension
    Front / Wheel Travel 37 mm Telescopic Fork / mm
    Rear / Wheel Travel Bottom-Link Uni-Trak with gas-charged shock and 5-way adjustable pre-load / mm
    Brake - Front Single mm petal disc
    Caliper - Front Dual-piston
    Brake - Rear Single mm petal disc
    Caliper - Rear Dual-piston

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