Kawasaki offers discounts of up to Rs 4 lakh on 2017 models

    The Japanese bike maker is offering discounts on the Ninja 300, ZX-10RR, Z1000 and Z1000R.

    Published On Apr 11, 2018 02:39:00 PM


    Kawasaki India is offering discounts on four of its bikes, namely the Ninja 300, ZX-10RR, Z1000 and the Z1000 R. These discounts range from Rs 60,000 to Rs 4 lakh and are being offered in effort to clear 2017 model year stock. The bike maker has quite a few 2017 Ninja 300s available at the discounted rate, but only a very limited number of units of the ZX-10RR, Z1000 and the Z1000 R.

    The Ninja 300 is being offered with a discount of Rs 60,000, which takes the price down from Rs 3.60 lakh down to Rs 3 lakh. The Ninja ZX-10RR – which previously sold for Rs 21.90 lakh – can now be had for Rs 17.90 lakh, thanks to a huge Rs 4 lakh price cut. On top of this, we hear that the Mumbai Kawasaki showroom is also offering a free Akrapovic exhaust worth another Rs 70,000. The two litre-class naked bikes – the Z1000 and Z1000 R – are being offered with a discount of Rs 3 lakh, bringing their prices down to Rs 12.10 lakh and Rs 13.10 lakh, respectively. The ‘standard’ 2017 Ninja ZX-10R was also being offered with a Rs 3 lakh discount; however they have already been sold out (all prices, ex-showroom Mumbai).

    We were told that Kawasaki India only has two 2017 units each of the ZX-10RR, Z1000 and the Z1000 R and that these bikes will be shipped out to whichever of the dealerships in India gets an order. The same procedure follows for the Ninja 300 – but it is available in a much larger quantity.

    At present, there are no discounts on the manufacturer’s other models like the Z650, Ninja 650 and Versys 650.


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