2021 Kawasaki Ninja 400 has been introduced in the Chinese market and gets two new paint job with it.
- Updated 2021 Ninja 400 gets added with two new paint schemes
- Bike continues to ride on 41 mm conventional front fork and preload adjustable monoshock at the rear
- 2021 Ninja 400 continues to powered by a 399-cc parallel-twin motor
Kawasaki has updated the Ninja 400 for the Chinese market – that includes only two added new paint jobs, while other things remain unchanged. 2021 Ninja 400 now offered with Metal twilight blue, Metal Deep grey, Metal Spark black, and KRT version paint schemes as before, although the Metallic stardust grey option has been ruled out now. Further other than the new paint job all the other features in China-Spec Kawasaki Ninja 400 remain as before.
The 2021 Ninja 400 features twin LED headlamps, a split seat design, a sporty full fairing, sleek tail section, and an LED taillights. The motorcycle boasts a raised clip-on handlebar, and center foot-pegs, which enable a great balance between riding in a sporty position and in a relaxed position. The bike also gets a semi-LCD instrument cluster which shows speed, odometer, trip-meter, great position, fuel gauge, and so on. The Ninja 400 continues to underpinned with tubular steel chassis and rides on conventional 41 mm front forks and a preload-adjustable monoshock at the rear section.
As for the performance is a concern, the bike continues to powered by a 399-cc parallel-twin liquid-cooled DOHC engine, which is capable enough to generate maximum power output of 46 PS at 9,600 Rpm and 37.2 Nm of peak torque at 8,000 Rpm. The powertrain comes mated with a slick-shifting 6-speed transmission gearbox system with a standard quick shifter, slip, and gear assist. The bike sports 17-inch alloy wheels, with a 110/70 tire section at the front and a 150/60 tire section at the rear. The braking is handled by a single 310 mm disc at the front wheel, and a single 220 mm disc at the rear, along with double piston calipers at both ends.