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Despite 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 nothing else on the street with its win projector lamps with daytime running lights and raked out windscreen.
There is no shortage of character in these bikes - the KTM is easily sharper and more radical than the Japanese bike, but a huge drawback is that it looks identical to the smaller and more affordable KTM RC 200. Keeping to the heritage of Ninja, Kawasaki Ninja 300 with its mature proportions better fits the sports-bike part and price.