Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4RR launched at Rs 9.10 lakh

    The ZX-4RR is the most expensive 400cc motorcycle in India; costs just Rs 28,000 less than the Z900.

    Published On May 31, 2024 05:40:00 PM

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    Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4RR launched at Rs 9.10 lakh
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    A few days after Kawasaki teased the Ninja ZX-4RR, it has now listed the higher-spec variant on the Indian website at a cool Rs 9.10 lakh (ex-showroom, India).

    1. Makes same 80hp as standard 4R
    2. Comes with bidirectional quickshifter as standard
    3. Gets fully adjustable monoshock, preload-adjustable fork

    Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4RR power, features, colours

    Powering the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4RR is the same liquid-cooled, 399cc, inline-four engine making 77hp at 14,500rpm and 39Nm of torque at 13,000rpm. Needless to say, this little motor will need to be revved out to extract its maximum potential. With RAM air, the peak power output rises to 80hp. 

    While the mainframe on the Ninja ZX-4RR is the same as the standard 4R, suspension differs greatly. The fork is adjustable for preload and the monoshock is fully adjustable. The 4RR also comes standard with a bidirectional quickshifter, which is an optional extra on the ZX-4R. While the ZX-4RR’s design and bodywork is identical to the 4R, it comes draped in the signature Kawasaki Racing Green colour scheme.

    The electronics suite is shared between both the small-capacity ZX models and includes four riding modes – Sport, Road, Rain and Rider (customisable). Toggling through these adjusts the power modes, traction control and ABS intervention settings accordingly. 

    At Rs 9.10 lakh, the Kawasaki ZX-4RR is priced Rs 61,000 higher than the already pricey ZX-4R. Both bikes come to India as CBUs, which is why the price is on the higher side. In fact, the ZX-4RR costs just Rs 28,000 less than the much larger (and heavier) Z900.

    There are no direct rivals to the ZX-4RR, but the closest one is the Triumph Daytona 660, which has been listed on Triumph’s Indian website, but hasn’t gone on sale yet. Honda has filed a patent for the 2024 CBR650R but that model too isn’t currently on sale in our country. 

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