Key Specs of Kawasaki Ninja 300
|Maximum Speed||144.14 Kmph|
|Power||39 PS @ 11000 rpm|
|Cooling System||Liquid Cooled|
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Highlights
The Ninja 300 is the entry-level Kawasaki sportbike for India, and till date was the costliest option in the 300cc segment. This is also the reason why the Ninja 300 hasn't been able to churn out much numbers for Kawasaki. However, Kawasaki launch a localized version of the Ninja 300 on 200th July 2018, pricing at Rs 2.98 lakh (ex-showroom).
As a result, this makes the Ninja 300 the most affordable parallel twin sportbike in India. This also makes the Ninja 300 Rs 50,000 cheaper than the Yamaha R3, its closest rival. Other competition includes the TVS Apache RR 310, the KTM RC 390 and the Benelli 302R.
Design language of the bike is inspired from the Ninja ZX-10R. The Kawasaki Ninja 300 features a parallel-twin, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke 296cc engine with fuel injection system that produces a max power output of 39PS and peak torque of 27Nm. The engine is coupled to a 6-speed transmission and features an Assist and Slipper Clutch.
For suspension duties, there are telescopic front forks and gas-charged adjustable rear shocks. Braking on the Ninja 300 is taken care of by 290mm front and 220mm rear disc brakes. The Ninja 300 also get dual-channel ABS as standard.
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Kawasaki Ninja 300 Price
|Ninja 300 ABS32.1 kmpl City Mileage, 296 cc||Rs.2,98,000|
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Kawasaki Ninja 300 Mileage
Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS gives a mileage of 31.10 kmpl in highway, as tested by our experts.
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Specifications
|Mileage||32.1 kmpl City Mileage|
|Fuel Capacity||17 L|
|Engine Type||Parallel Twin, 4-stroke, 8-Valves, DOHC|
|Maximum Speed||144.14 Kmph|
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Features
|LED Tail Light||Y|
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Kawasaki Bike Showrooms in Delhi
- Aurum Automobiles
D-56 Ground Floor 100 ft. Road Opposite to High Note Performance Chhattarpur Enclave, Delhi 110074
- Extreme Automobiles
B-80 Naraina industrial area phase-ll, block -B West Delhi naraina, Delhi 110028
- Kawasaki Dehradun
Shree Ji Tower, Plot no. 8, Near Punjab and Sindh Bank, Saharanpur Road, Majra, Dehradun -248001, Dehradun 248001
- Kawasaki Chandigarh
61 PH1, Industrial Area, Chandigarh – 160002, Chandigarh 160002
- Kawasaki Jaipur
Plot No. S3, S4 Mahaveer Nagar (S Block) Tonk road, Jaipur 302018
Ninja 300 price in India
|Bangalore||Rs. 2.98 Lakh|
|Chennai||Rs. 2.98 Lakh|
|Pune||Rs. 2.98 Lakh|
|Kolkata||Rs. 2.98 Lakh|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 2.98 Lakh|
|Delhi||Rs. 2.98 Lakh|
|Mumbai||Rs. 2.98 Lakh|
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Expert Review
Kawasaki Ninja 300 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 13,000rpm- can be regarded as the beast on open highways and a delightful machine in the city. It gets a massive 17-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 and Features
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 17-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 785mm 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 2015mm long, 715mm wide and 170mm high. The ground clearance sits at 140mm and the wheelbase at 1405mm.
Braking and Handling
Built on the tubular diamond frame, the Ninja 300 rides on the 37mm conventional telescopic front fork with 120mm travel suspension and Bottom-Link gas-charged rear shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload and 132mm travel suspension. The braking duties on the bike are taken care of by the single petal 290mm disc at front and 220mm disc brake at the back. ABS remains absent. The 17-inch alloys are wrapped in IRC tyres of section 110/70R17 and 150/60R17 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.
Safety and Features
The Ninja 300 gets a 290mm front disc and a 220mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS as standard.