Kawasaki Ninja 300 launched

The latest Ninja for India replaces the 250cc version and is powered by a 39bhp motor.

Kawasaki’s Ninja 250R came to India in 2009. The quarter litre champion achieved fair success here, and has now been upgraded with a 296cc engine to become the Ninja 300 in 2013. The 300 has just arrived on our shores.

 

The Ninja 300 has received major styling upgrades, and comes with ZX-10R inspired dual headlamps and a floating visor. Then there’s a sharper nose and tail section in keeping with latest generation large capacity Ninjas, plus dual tone body panels and flush fitted front turn indicators. The Ninja 300 deploys a new set of smart five-spoke alloy wheels and its engine and frame are finished in black. The 300 also gets larger revised fairing vents and a radiator fan cowl to dissipate heat effectively and away from its rider, a feature certain to prove a boon in our climate.

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