Up to Rs 1.16 lakh off on the Kawasaki Ninja 1000, 400, 650 and more

    Discounts go up to Rs 1.16 lakh; Ninja 650’s price comes down to Rs 6.25 lakh (on-road, Mumbai).

    Published On Oct 07, 2019 03:00:00 PM


    Up to Rs 1.16 lakh off on the Kawasaki Ninja 1000, 400, 650 and more

    Anzen Kawasaki in Mumbai is offering a huge price cut on the Ninja 400, Vulcan, Z650, Ninja 650, Versys 650, Ninja 1000 and the Ninja ZX-6R. The discounts are on the on-road cost of the motorcycles and range from Rs 66,000 to Rs 1.16 lakh. This offer is only available if you book the bike before 10pm tomorrow (October 8, 2019).

    The Ninja 400 is being offered with a discount of around Rs 1 lakh, bringing the on-road cost down from Rs 6.11 lakh to Rs 5.10 lakh. The Ninja 1000, meanwhile, is now available at Rs 11.4 lakh, down from the original on-road cost of Rs 12.5 lakh. In addition to these massive discounts, the dealership is also offering free labour on the services carried out in the first two years of ownership. The dealership is also paying the TCS (Tax Collected at Source) for the models that cost more than Rs 10 lakh. 

    It is important to note that these discounts are only available for customers registering the motorcycles in Mumbai.

    ModelOld priceNew priceDiscount
    Ninja 400Rs 6.11 lakhRs 5.10 lakhRs 1.01 lakh
    Vulcan 650Rs 6.69 lakhRs 5.70 lakhRs 99,000
    Z650Rs 6.94 lakhRs 5.98 lakhRs 96,000
    Ninja 650Rs 7.14 lakhRs 6.25 lakhRs 89,000
    Versys 650Rs 8.06 lakhRs 6.95 lakhRs 1.11 lakh
    Ninja 1000Rs 12.56 lakhRs 11.40 lakhRs 1.16 lakh
    Ninja ZX-6RRs 12.76 lakhRs 12.10 lakhRs 66,000

    Also see:

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    2020 Kawasaki Z900RS and Z900RS Cafe unveiled

    Kawasaki to reveal supercharged Z on October 23

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