Kawasaki Ninja 400R in India — Preview

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Kawasaki Ninja 400R

2011 Kawasaki Ninja – Sneak Preview

According to news, Japanese two wheeler Kawasaki is planning 3 new models for two based on a 400cc engine with the 2011 special of Ninja 250R. According the information received through company news Ninja 400 sport a 399cc 4 … Cooled Parallel Twin with 4 valves per cylinder.

We the various revelations that taken place so far.


Power: Ninja 400 be capable of producing 44bhp its fuel injected mill

The bike looks a killing in the pics which have revealed till now with a front and a well complemented rear

Offset laydown monoshock: has used the shocker as a design as it is not covered like the Ninja

Twin Colored fairing: to Ninja 250R, the elder will get twin color for the fairing

Under Engine The muffler peeps out with a hole from under the It also lowers the center of and enhances the overall geometry of the

Concentration on Low and Mid range: According to they have placed on enhancing the low end and mid range performance of the

Large Petal Disc Similar to Ninja 250R, 400 boasts of front as well as discs in petal shape. from the … eye they do bigger then 250s

Higher Weight: The bike off a kerb weight of 203kg is slightly on the higher side the relatively smaller engine

Light Handling: Despite a weight, Kawasaki promises the new to be a light handler due to a rigid and engineered chassis.

LED Tail Following the overall curves of the the rear ends with a slim LED Tail lamp to the overall aesthetics of the machine

Grab Rails: Split rails have been on the rear panels to enable the to keep sticking to the bike needed most. These are fitment

Non-Split Normal 400 doesn’t have the split seat from the 250 and the saddle is also low at 790mm same as

Humped Tank: 400 has a more tank than 250 and also more muscular and stylish.

Digital Instrumentation: Contrary to traditional analogue console, 400 has a GP inspired instrumentation which has a digital orange backlit which displays speed, quantity, trip length with a bar type digital similar to Indian FZ.

Kawasaki Ninja 400R

Fatter Though we do not know the exact we expect the tires to be fatter current 250s stock.

out Visor: The front visor is bulged out which complements the fantastic looking twin-eyed

RVMs are similar to 250

Fuel tank capacity is liters

Bore and Stroke x 54.3 mm

Compression ratio

Kawasaki has made it clear this bike will not be available in the UK market. No mention of the market has been done. But if wishes were horses, we expect this bike to it to India majorly because of its practicality as compared to 600-650cc or the liter class and above

It produces ample amount of to burn the roads in any kind of way possible in India at the same being slightly lesser in (hence more controllable) at a raise of a throttle making safer to operate (read After the official foray of fully owned subsidiary in very recently, conditions and do become very ripe in of launching of this bike in

If we are allowed to speculate in whichever way we will step ahead and try to dilly dally with the part. Considering that 250R (producing 33 ponies) at upwards of 3 lakh Indian and the touted 650R (producing 70 odd comes around the 6 lakh (on bracket, this bike 44 horses) would very find a very good at around 4.5 lakhs and with the of looks and specifications this boasts off, we are sure it find many takers as has the case with success of as well.

Ok enough of wild and calculations; we are keeping our fingers are you? We would like you to comments for this machine. Who Kawasaki is listening!

Kawasaki Ninja 400R
Kawasaki Ninja 400R
Kawasaki Ninja 400R
Kawasaki Ninja 400R

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