2018 Kawasaki Ninja 400 Launches In India, Know Price And Features Here

| April 2 , 2018 , 17:26 IST

Kawasaki has launched the 2018 Ninja 400 in India on Tuesday. Lovers of this sports bike were waiting for this lightweight, sharp-looking, high-performance bike for a long time.

The new baby Ninja is launched with a price tag of 4.69 lakh rupees (ex-showroom) and looks sharper than its 300cc sibling.

A lot of work has been done to improve the performance of the new Ninja 400, which made this bike lighter and more powerful. The new Ninja 400 will surely add excitement as well as ease of riding to a wide range of its customers in India.

Ninja 400 is equipped with an engine of 399 cc which generates torque of 44.4 bhp at 10,000 rpm and 38Nm at 8,000 rpm. The engine is equipped with 6-speed manual gearbox. Kawasaki made the Ninja 400's trellis frame metal like the Ninja H2.

According to the company, it has given new chassis and lightweight to new Ninja 400. Apart from this, the rear design of the bike is inspired by the 2016 model Ninja ZX-10R, especially its tail lamps. The instrument cluster in the bike has been given like the ninja 650. The bike is weighed 173 kg and is 9 kg heavier than the Ninja 300.

41mm telescopic forks in the front and a Unitrak adjustable monoshock in the rear has been given in the bike. The front of the bike has 310mm petal discs with two-piston calliper and 220mm petal discs with two-piston calliper have been given at the rear.

The bike has been launched only in the Kawasaki Racing Team colour. According to the company, the bike is being prepared in the Chakan plant located in Pune.

Kawasaki Ninja 400 can be seen competing with KTM Duke 390. KTM has recently introduced its powerful Duke 390 in white colour. KTM Duke 390 has also won the Indian Motorcycle of the Year award. The bike has a 373cc single cylinder engine which is powered by the 44bhp power of 37Nm Torque and 6-speed transmission.

With the introduction of Ninja 400, Kawasaki has created a good family of Ninja series. As of now, Ninja 400 will be available in limited numbers because Ninja 300 is still Kawasaki's flagship model in India.