Kawasaki W800 available with Rs 2 lakh discount

    Additionally, the Ninja 300, Z650 and Z650RS models also get discounts.

    Published On Feb 01, 2023 03:57:00 PM


    Kawasaki bikes price after discounts in February.
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    Kawasaki has announced discounts on select bikes from its line-up for February. These discounts are on the models' ex-showroom prices and are valid pan-India till February 28 or till stocks last. 

    1. Z650, Z650RS offered with Rs 50,000 discount
    2. Ninja 300 gets smallest discount, at Rs 15,000

    Kawasaki bike discounts in February: details

    The longest-running model in Kawasaki’s Indian line-up, the Ninja 300, is available with a discount of Rs 15,000. Despite the Ninja 300 sporting underpinnings that are over a decade old, it remains a popular model for the Japanese marque in India. With the discount, the Ninja 300’s price drops to Rs 3.25 lakh (down from Rs 3.40 lakh). 

    The Z650 and the Z650RS are both available with a discount of Rs 50,000, which brings the prices down to Rs 5.93 lakh and Rs 6.42 lakh (down from Rs 6.43 lakh and 6.92 lakh), respectively. With this discount, the price difference between the Ninja 400, priced at Rs 5.14 lakh, and the more powerful Z650 is just Rs 79,000. 

    The charming W800 neo-retro bike has received the largest discount, at Rs 2 lakh, bringing its effective price down to just Rs 5.33 lakh (from the earlier Rs 7.33 lakh). This makes it only Rs 19,000 more expensive than the smaller Ninja 400. 

    All prices mentioned are ex-showroom, Delhi.   

    Also See:

    7 Kawasaki bikes prices hiked by up to Rs 27,000

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