2021 Kawasaki Ninja 300 BS6 compliant launched in the Indian market, with few cosmetic changes and a new color scheme.
- 2021 Kawasaki Ninja 300 priced at Rs 3.18 lakh
- Ninja 300 continues to use same 296 cc engine
- Ninja 300 rivals with the likes of, KTM RC390
Kawasaki Motors India has finally launched their bestselling two-wheeler motorcycle BS6 compliant version in the Indian market 2021 Ninja 300. The sports motorcycle priced at Rs 3.18 lakhs ex-showroom, New Delhi, it is Rs 20,000 costlier than its previous BS4 version that was discontinued way back in December 2019. With the return of Ninja 300 Japanese manufacturer looks to attract more bike enthusiasts. Although, the design elements could have gotten some major updates compared with a previous design but the BS6 compliant design parts are untouched it remains the same as the BS4 iteration. Same old, dual headlamps, sporty fairing with turn indicators, split seat design, Sculpted fuel tank, and so on, are carried forward from the older models.
Despite the design, the newer version does come with a new 3 color paint scheme option – Lime green, candy lime green, and ebony. On the other hand, the 2021 Kawasaki Ninja 300 BS6 continues to use the same 296 cc dual-cylinder liquid-cooled parallel-twin unit as before. The Bike develops the maximum power output of 39 PS at 11000 rpm and a peak torque of 26.1 Nm at 10,000 rpm. The transmission handled by a 6-speed gearbox system, with slipper and assist clutch available as standard with all variants. The Sportbike rides on 17-inch alloy wheels on both front and rear ends, with 110/70 tires at the front and 140/70 tires at the rear. As for suspension, the bike gets a conventional telescopic front fork, while at the rear gets a gas-charged mono-shock with 5-way pre-load adjustability, along with a Dual-channel ABS system.
The braking handled by a 390mm Disc brake at the front wheel and a 220 mm at the rear wheel. The taillight is an LED unit, but headlamp and turn indicators are not. The Instrument cluster unit same semi-digital unit, which is easy to see but a little old school. 2021 Kawasaki Ninja 300 rivals with the likes of KTM RC390 and Apache RR 310, both the bikes undercut its pricing with a huge margin. Although, Ninja is a twin-cylinder engine and its rivals are single-cylinder models.