Kawasaki Ninja 300

`4,05,782* OnwardsView Breakup
*On Road Price, Delhi
EMI @ `13,188
4 / 5based on 11 reviews
  • Performance
    25 Kmpl
    Top Speed
    160 Kmph

  • Engine
    296 cc

  • Transmission
    6 Speed
  • Ignition
    17 Ltrs
    Self Start
  • EMI
    36 Months


November 21, 2015: Kawasaki has revealed new color schemes for Ninja 650 at 2015 EICMA in Milan. Along with new colors, the motorcycle gets unique paint scheme which is carried on to the rear mono shock and rim stripes. Except for these cosmetic changes, Ninja 650 remains unaltered. It is available in following three colors: Candy Lime Green / Metallic Spark Black, Candy Persimmon Red / Metallic Spark Black and Metallic Carbon Grey.

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VariantsMileageTop SpeedEngine DescriptionPower
Kawasaki Ninja 300 STD 25 Kmpl 160 Kmph Liquid-Cooled, 4-Stroke Parallel Twin 38.4 bhp @ 11000 rpm

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The pros: Razor sharp and threatening looks, every part is crafted to reduce air pressure and its engine makes it more special machine.The cons: The litre-class super bikes aren’t really made for comfort. The crux: For those who are crazy about speed , I think this is the most bare-chested performance machine in the segment.Sometimes it’s not the motorcycle that is on test, it’s rather you. Peak summer’s scorching sun over the head and trenchant heat from a massive inline-four litre engine beneath, that’s how my eventful last weekend was spent. But I have no compl... [ Read More ]

Kawasaki Ninja 300 Review
  • Overview

    Kawasaki Ninja is one of the most popular series of the supersports bike around the globe and the range starts from Ninja 300. Bajaj sells Ninja 300 via Bajaj Probiking Showrooms in India and it is also available at the Kawasaki's independent superbike dealerships. The bike features a 296cc DHOC four stroke power mill that pumps out 38bhp of power at 11000 rpm and 27Nm of power at 10000 rpm. Acceleration and pickup are unmatchable with excellent control. It inherits and proudly features the cutting-edge power, technology and styling of the Ninja Super Sports models. With rider focused ergonomics, styling and a host of characteristics such as fuel injection, liquid cooling and petal disc brakes, it is a bike that never cease to amaze.

    Furthermore, the manufacturer also introduced the elder sibling of Ninja 300, Kawasaki Ninja 650R, in the country at competing price. Kawasaki Ninja 650R is propelled by a 649cc displacement, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, DOHC, 8-valve, parallel twin engine. The mill capable enough to belts out a maximum power of 72 PS at 8500 rpm and develops a peak torque of 66 Nm at 7000 rpm. It uses a 6-speed manual gearbox. Each and every element of the firstborn Ninja is bigger and advance than Kawasaki Ninja 300.

    Kawasaki Ninja 300 was introduced in the country's automotive market by Bajaj Auto. It's the first bike that is released under the solo name of Kawasaki. Earlier, Kawasaki bikes were sold under the brand name of Kawasaki-Bajaj in India.

  • Design

    The best-selling bike of Kawasaki, Kawasaki Ninja 300, has earned the reputation of being called as the best quarter litre bike ever. The bike is launched in two colours- green and black. The green color is the trademark of Kawasaki’s and dominates the web world and its brochure as well. The Ninja equipped with a full front fairing. The front fairing is crafted in a clever way that covers upside of the engine section and shows half of the engine. The fairing comes in plastic while the fuel tank of the bike is furnished in steel. The mask features the dual lamp headlights with Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) for safety. The Large windscreen is mounted at the top of the mask to protect the rider from wind blasts. Compact and sleek front turn indicators are mounted at the air scoops. Its dashboard is chiselled in analogue format. The three-pod instrument cluster consists of speedometer, trip meter, tachometer and fuel gauge. The instrument console also sports turn indicators, high beam, low fuel, low oil, high oil temperature, choked air filter, and low battery blinkers. Brand logo is pasted at the fuel tank and Iconic Ninja logo is there on air scoops. The body colour is sprayed at front full fairing, mask, full front fender, petrol tank and pillion seat (in green body colour). Rear suspension can't be sighted easily as it is fitted down under the rider's seat.

    Furthermore, it has two helmet holder beneath the rear seat. The tail lamp is razor shaped and has a tiny brake light. Toe-shifter gear adds to the sporty look of the bike. Petal disc brake oil box is naked and clearly visible on the rear side. The Ninja blessed with six spoke black alloy wheels along with shining racing stripes at the rim. It has come with overall dimensions of 2085 mm in length, 715 mm in width, 1115 mm in height along with a wheelbase of 1400mm. Its minimum ground clearance sits at 135mm and seat is mounted at height 790 mm. Ninja 300 furnished with rugged diamond shaped frame chassis which is incorporated with a beefy square cross-section swing arm lays the foundation of a sturdy machine. It total kerb weight is summed up 172 kg.

  • Engine & Performance

    Kawasaki Ninja 300 is loaded with 296cc DOHC, four stroke power mill which pumps out 38.5bhp of power at 11000 rpm along with 27NM of torque at 10000 rpm. The power mill of the bike is braced with parallel twin-cylinders. It sports a new generation liquid cooling Denso radiator which is small, lightweight and ensures a premium cooling with the added help of fins on the lower side of the crankcase. It is configured with fine atomizing injectors for mid and high RPM throttle response. The Ninja 300 also features dual throttle valves for responsiveness across the rev range.

    The reinforced piston builds resistance and increases durability. Its combustion chamber design optimizes the squish area, maximizing combustion efficiency and thereby reducing emissions. Kawasaki Ninja incorporates 6-speed transmission that is found in a few bikes in India. It also gives a chance to bikers for styling and racing. Exhaust system comes in a two-into-one feature that ensure step-free power curve and smoothness. Its dual catalyzers, not only minimizes power loss but also maximizes efficiency by locating the first catalyzer as close to the exhaust ports as possible. It also promises clean emissions.

  • Ride & Handling

    Ninja 300 comes with petal disc brakes and large wheelbase. The flying machine equipped with the largest disc brakes at front and rear end, respectively. The petal disc brakes can standstill the bike with just a push of brakes at any speed. Petal disc brakes provide excellent heat dissipation and braking power. Its 290mm large-diameter front disc is incorporated with balanced action two-piston caliper and gives excellent braking performance and natural, direct feeling at the lever. While, the rear sports a 220mm disc with a two-piston caliper. These petal disc brakes not only seem eye-catching but also ensure superb halting. The 17” low-profile tyres are used for confident handling. Ninja 300 boasts widest tyres and wheelbase. The large wheelbase ensures the best gripping on the road and thus promises great stability as well. In view to providing high-level comfort, it is bestowed with 37mm telescopic front shock absorbers with uncompromised setting ensure that the pitching motion is reduced as well as rider discomfort. In the same way, the machine is provided with Uni-Trak shock absorbers at the rear side, five-time adjustable for various preloads provides great road-holding ability and bump absorption.

  • Safety Features

    The giant Kawasaki Ninja 300 is blessed with widest tyres and wheelbase among the competition. It runs over the grippy tyres 110/70-17 at the front and 130/70-17 at the rear. The rear tyre is widest and does its duty quite reasonably. The machine features black alloy wheels that come in six spokes. The spokes are sleek, but rigidness is there.

  • Pros

    Smart Design

    Sensor Dual-Lamp Headlights

    Handling and Control

  • Cons

    Lack of the main stand

    No Rear Grab Bars or Backrest for Pillion

    Not Suitable for Everyone

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    by Ankur Singh | Oct 2015

    I have ridden this bike for over 2000 kms now. I have taken the bike on highways, small town roads and some off-roads too. The Ninja 300 feels awesome and I can say that it is one of the best looking motorcycles in the world in its segment.• The headlamps, windscreen, fairings, instrument cluster, the wheels – everything looks great.• The build quality is top notch.• The Ninja 300 is not too big... Read Full Review

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    by Praveen P | Oct 2015

    It is s a bike which will attract quite some attention on road while you are driving. It is actually longer than its big brother 650cc Ninja. Beautiful, attractive and agressively designed bike.Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and GearboxThe fuel economy claimed is 25kms per litre, i have ridden about 128kms and am down by 2 ticksin the fule gauge ( there are 6 in all before the last one starts blinking) ... Read Full Review

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    awsm bike with superb mileage and brilliant work exclusive on highwaysDespite being having full-faired and razor sharp designs, the approach to the design is very different, individualistic and true to their brands. The Kawasaki has traces of the flagship ZX-10R using the 'mass-forward, minimalist-tail', especially with the twin headlamps, layered fairing and aerodynamic windscreen. The KTM looks like not... Read Full Review

  • Complete Guide Review
    by Om Kale | Oct 2015

    Manufacturer:Kawasaki. Make:Ninja 300. CC:296. Horse Power:38.45 HP. Top Speed:180 kmph. Price Delhi:INR: 3,50,000/-Engine and Performance:With the Ninja 300, Kawasaki has pretty much removed itself from the 250 cc battle. With just a 47 cc bump, Kawasaki has achieved a 19% power bump and a good 33% bump in the peak torque. To understand how amazing that is, lets put that in perspective, all this new powe... Read Full Review

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    Catalog image of a motorcycle was leaked and this bike is likely to be the new Kawasaki Ninja 250R which is to be launched in 2017. An Indonesian website, warungasep.net has shared these images. The new Ninja might be a twin-cylinder motorcycle and could get ride-by-wire and slip... Read Full News

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