Kawasaki Ninja 300 BS6: Which Colour To Buy?
In which shade of green does the resurgent Ninja look best?
It’s back! The Kawasaki Ninja 300 has once again arrived on the scene, now replete with the mandatory BS6 updates. It has become rather pricey, and Kawasaki has done little to justify the Rs 20,000 premium. It arrives in three new shades, each bearing a few green elements. Which one should you go for then?
This one’s for you if you fancy dark coloured motorcycles. The green accents and a white honeycomb structure accentuate the Ninja’s dark mode. It looks premium and stands apart from the other obvious colour choices.
Candy Lime Green
Derived from the old Kawasaki Racing Team livery, the Candy Lime Green has far more ‘green’ on display than Ebony. The tank, front mudguard, and belly are finished in a candy shade, with even the headlight area getting streaks of the same paint. The ‘Ninja’ name is engraved across the fairing with the same white honeycomb graphics in the background.
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From the old KRT livery to the new one, this shade is similar to the one used by Johnathan Rea on his ZX-10RR that won him his sixth WSBK title in 2020. The green is a lot brighter here and there are several red graphics elements across the bike. The white belly adds to the sporty look.
Our Pick: Lime Green
It’s bright, it’s fresh, and it’s the only colour in which the Ninja 300 looks young and zestful. If we were going to pick the supersport in any shade, it had to be this.