Kawasaki Ninja 650, ZX-10R prices increase from August 1

    The Ninja 300, Z H2 and Z H2 SE will not witness a price hike.

    Published On Jul 26, 2021 03:16:00 PM


    Kawasaki Ninja 650, ZX-10R prices increase from August 1

    Kawasaki has revealed that it will increase prices for most of its motorcycles from August 1, 2021.

    • The 650cc line-up will go up in price

    • Ninja 300, Z H2 and Z H2 SE prices to remain unchanged

    • No cosmetic or mechanical changes to the bikes

    The Japanese motorcycle company has announced on social media that it will be increasing prices of most of its offerings in India from August 1. The reason for the price hike hasn’t been revealed, but it's likely due to an increase in raw material costs. Many other motorcycle brands like KTM, Royal Enfield, Jawa and Bajaj have also announced price hikes recently.

    From Kawasaki’s road-legal range, every motorcycle, other than the Ninja 300, Z H2 and Z H2 SE, have gone up in price. Prices for the company’s dirt bike offerings like the KLX 110 and KLX 140G remain unchanged.

    Full ex-showroom price list in the table below:

    Kawasaki prices
    Current pricesPrices from August 1, 2021
    Vulcan 650Rs 6,04,000Rs 6,10,000
    Z650Rs 6,18,000Rs 6,24,000
    Ninja 650Rs 6,54,000Rs 6,61,000
    Versys 650Rs 7,08,000Rs 7,15,000
    W800Rs 7,19,000Rs 7,26,000
    Z900Rs 8,34,000Rs 8,42,000
    Ninja 1000SXRs 11,29,000Rs 11,40,000
    Versys 1000Rs 11,44,000Rs 11,55,000
    Ninja ZX-10RRs 14,99,000Rs 15,14,000

    Also see:

    2021 Kawasaki Vulcan S review, test ride

    2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R review, test ride

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