2021 Kawasaki Ninja 300 unveiled with new BS6 complaint; the domestic launch will be soon near later next month.
- 2021 Ninja 300 continues to use 296 cc Parallel-twin engine
- It gets a new tri-colour paint scheme
- It could be launch with the price rage of Rs 3.30 lakhs
Kawasaki’s India distributor released a video of Ninja 300 BS6 complaint a few days ago, as seen that two motorcycles have been covered in a veil. Now finally Japanese premium bike makers revealed the images of the 2021 Ninja 300 BS6 version, the popular entry-level bike new facelift version comes with some cosmetic updates. The revealed images show every bit of information we need to know of the 2021 Ninja 300. As expected, the sporty design and looks of the bike have been retained, and a new KRT color scheme new tri-color, that features green, black, and white combination. Kawasaki Ninja 300 local assembly started back in 2018, due to which it is more accessible to more customers and sales volume saw a good improvement since then.
The Japanese motorcycle makers locally sourced body panels, brakes, cables, tires, and headlamp unit, which grab more attention to the domestic market. As seen in the images not much has changed in the bike, as the brand has a good opportunity to do some modifications to the ongoing model to attract more buyers towards but unfortunately, nothing much changed. Some of the revealed images show a green color bally pan along with red stickers or linings with Kawasaki written in black on fuel structure and Ninja in white with 300 in Green, which looks quite appealing. 2021 Kawasaki Ninja 300 continues to power with 296 cc parallel twin-cylinder petrol unit updated to BS6 compliant, and capable enough to generate maximum power output of 39 HP at 11,000 rpm, along with 27 Nm of peak torque at 10,000 rpm.
The transmission work fulfilled by a 6-speed gearbox system, with a top speed of 182 Kmph – sprint from0-100 kmph in just 6 seconds. The Kawasaki Ninja 300 is the best-selling model from the brand despite that it is not available in many global markets, it replaced by Ninja 400 at many markets internationally. We could expect the price range for the 2021 Ninja 300 is Rs 3.30 lakhs ex-showroom, Rs 30,000 costlier than the previous BS6 version. The other model teased on images could be either Versys-X 300 or the Ninja ZX-10R, we are not totally clear about that, as no official statement has been made.