Kawasaki Ninja 400 Gets Two New Colours

Modified On Sep 11, 2019 By Jehan Adil Darukhanawala for Kawasaki Ninja 400

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Thankfully, there is no price hike for the new colours

Kawasaki India has brought in two new colours for the Ninja 400. These new colours are Metallic spark black/Lime Green and Lime Green/Ebony, the latter being the new KRT colour scheme. However, these are limited to just 10 units for each colour. 

The standard Ninja 400’s old KRT colour scheme remains on sale. All colours arrive at the same price of Rs 4.99 lakh (ex-showroom India). We wish that Kawasaki brought some form of localisation for the Ninja 400 like it did with the Ninja 300. This would help make the bike a more affordable proposition than what it currently is. And it is needless to say that the performance on offer is mind blowing. Check out our road test review of the Ninja 400 here.

 

Here’s the official press statement:

20MY Kawasaki Ninja 400 with new colour Introduced in India 

India Kawasaki Motors Pvt. Ltd. (IKM) announces, addition of new colour scheme to its lightweight sports champion. This new colour motorcycle will be available in limited numbers only. 

The Ninja 400 will be available in two colours – 10 units of Metallic spark black/Lime Green and 10 units of Lime Green/Ebony(KRT edition) at an ex-showroom price of INR 4,99,000, 

With the BOON from Ninja Supersports family. Ninja 400 truly defies the power, performance, stability, handling with class leading features. With the thrust of power across all rpm range, uniform power delivery, predictable handling, smooth braking, easy manoeuvring definitely accentuates Ninja 400 as street born, track inspired motorcycle. 

The stacked and always competitive small displacement sportbike class once again has a new leader by which all others will be judged. Ninja 400 encapsulates a decade’s worth of small displacement, sportbike knowledge of how to build the optimal motorcycle, that will get all the head of the class and fits the bill for those who are willing to buy a sports bike between 300 and 650cc. 

Highlights of 20MY Ninja 400 are: 

• Eye catchy graphics 

• 399cc Liquid-cooled parallel twin engine 

• Lightweight trellis frame. 

• Comfortable Riding Position 

• Largest disc brake in class 

• High grade cockpit. 

• Twin LED headlamp 

• Lightweight Sporty Handling 

• Lightest clutch in its class with Assist & Slipper Clutch 

Kawasaki motorcycles possess both power and grace so are often recognised as being different to other bikes. This results from certain guiding principles adopted at the design stage. Rideology is Kawasaki’s rider-centric development philosophy focused on how the riding experience offered by a Kawasaki is crafted, ensuring that our machines are fun to ride and rewarding to control. This approach has been the force behind many of our legendary machines, and in our pursuit of all possibilities it will continue to guide the future creation of Kawasaki motorcycles. 

Ninja 400 will surely catapult the race lovers to envy the Kawasaki’s legacy of Sports bike performance and class defining looks. Customers can now contact their nearest Kawasaki dealers for booking related information or send a booking enquiry on the website of India Kawasaki Motors. (https://www.kawasaki-india.com). 

Premium features are: 

• Class leading power of (49ps) 

• Clip-on handle bars 

• Multi-function dash instrumentation 

• Large diameter front fork 

ø 310mm front disc, ø 220mm rear disc 

• Relaxed sporty riding position 

• Narrow seat design and low seat height for confident reach on ground 

• Forward oriented footpeg 

• Ninja ZX-10R inspired LED tail lamp 

 

New MY20 Ninja 400 will be introduced in one colour, LIME GREEN / EBONY MET. SPARK BLACK / LIME GREEN, with an ex-showroom price of #. Customers can book New Ninja 400 at the authorized dealership of IKM and can expect the delivery of the bike by end of September 2019. As this bike will be produced in limited numbers, the bookings will be closed after reaching targeted numbers. 

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