Kawasaki did the global launch of the Ninja 400 and the Z 400.
Kawasaki has launched two sports bikes Ninja 400 and Z 400 in the global market. The company has given Euro5 engine in both the bikes, which is similar to BS-VI of India. Both the bikes have taken entry to create panic in the two-wheeler market.
famous japan bike manufacturer Kawasaki has launched its two new bikes. The company has launched the Ninja 400 and Z 400 bikes globally. The biggest update is that both sports bike Has knocked with Euro5 (BS-VI) engine. According to reports, out of the two sports bikes in India, only the Ninja 400 is likely to be launched. At the same time, perhaps its price will not be Rs 4.98 lakh (ex-showroom) like the old model. In the Indian market, it will compete with Honda CBR300R, KTM RC 390, Suzuki GSX250R and Yamaha YZF-R3.
Specifications of Ninja 400 and Z 400
Talking about the specifications of both the bikes, both the Kawasaki bikes have knocked with the 399cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine. Apart from the 6-speed gearbox, users will also get a new slipper clutch. The company claims that the clutch has been lightened up to 20 percent, which makes it easier for users to change gears.
only color difference
Kawasaki has not made any changes in the design, trellis chassis and suspension of the bike. In the new bike, users get telescopic forks and preload adjustable monoshock. The bodywork of both the bikes remains the same. Disc brakes have been given on both the rear and front side of the bike. The only color difference can be seen in both the new bikes.
When will India enter?
This time the company has changed the analog digital instrument cluster of Ninja 400. Kawasaki has used a new and modern color TFT unit for the users in the new Ninja 400. Both the bikes have knocked this time with the engine with Euro-5 support. In such a situation, Kawasaki can present its bike in India very soon.