Kawasaki Price Hike: Ninja 400, Ninja 650 & Others Now More Expensive

Modified On Apr 3, 2019 By Praveen M. for Kawasaki Z900

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Prices of 11 models have been hiked by up to 7 per cent

  • The Kawasaki Ninja 400 is dearer by Rs 30,000.
  • Prices for the Ninja 650, Z650 have gone up by Rs 40,000.
  • Kawasaki's entry-level bike, the Ninja 300's price remains the same, at Rs 2.99 lakh.

Kawasaki India has hiked the prices of select models in the country. The price hike is effective immediately and Kawasaki is citing rising raw material costs and fluctuations in foreign exchange rates as the main reasons. Kawasaki’s popular sub-litre class naked, the Z900 is now only Rs 1,900 dearer, at Rs 7.69 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Even the Japanese brand’s only cruiser, the Vulcan is just Rs 1,500 more expensive. However, for other models like the Ninja 400, and the Ninja 650, the prices have gone up by Rs 30,000 and Rs 40,000 respectively. Here’s the full list of old and new prices:

Sr. No

Models

Old Price (Rs)

New Price (Rs)

(w.e.f. 1 April 2019)

1

Vulcan (Black)

5,48,400

5,49,900

2

Vulcan S (Orange)

5,58,400

5,59,900

3

Z650

5,29,000

5,69,000

4

Ninja 400

4,69,000

4,99,000

5

Ninja 650

5,49,000

5,89,000

6

Ninja 650 (KRT)

5,69,000

5,99,000

7

Z900

7,68,000

7,69,900

8

Z900RS

15,30,000

15,70,000

9

Ninja 1000

9,99,900

10,29,000

10

Ninja H2R

72,00,000

75,80,000

11

Ninja H2 SX

21,80,000

22,89,000

12

Ninja H2 SX SE

26,80,000

28,19,000

13

Versys1000

10,69,000

10,89,000

14

Ninja H2

33,30,000

34,99,000

15

Ninja H2 CARBON

39,80,000

41,79,000

All prices are ex-showroom Delhi.

At Rs 4.99 lakh, the Ninja 400 is the most expensive bike in its class, making it only Rs 70,000 dearer than the Z650’s revised pricing of Rs 5.69 lakh. On the other hand, the Versys 1000, which was recently launched at Rs 10.69 lakh now costs Rs 10.89 lakh (all prices ex-showroom Delhi), Rs 20,000 more than before.

But if you’re planning to buy the Kawasaki Ninja 300, there’s good news. The brand hasn’t hiked its price and it still costs Rs 2.98 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), making it the most affordable motorcycle from the Japanese brand. Kawasaki dealers are known to offer good deals on their bikes. And we hope they roll out some offers soon in a bid to offset the increase in prices, at least to a certain extent.

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