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Kawasaki Bikes

Kawasaki bikes India offers 4 new models in India with price starts at Rs. 6.24 lakh and goes up to Rs. 10.99 lakh . The popular bikes of Kawasaki include 2020 Ninja 650 (Rs. 6.24 lakh), W800 Street (Rs. 6.99 lakh) and 2020 Z900 (Rs. 7.99 lakh) . The cheapest Kawasaki bike is 2020 Ninja 650 (Rs. 6.24 lakh) and the most expensive one is Versys 1000 (Rs. 10.99 lakh). Kawasaki bikes in India are expected to launch Ninja 300 (Rs. 2.98 lakh), Ninja H2 (Rs. 34.99 lakh) and Ninja ZX-10R (Rs. 13.99 lakh) in the year 2020-2021 . Select a Kawasaki bike to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

Kawasaki Bikes Price List (2020) in India

ModelEx-showroom Price
Kawasaki 2020 Ninja 650Rs. 6.24 lakh
Kawasaki W800 StreetRs. 6.99 lakh
2020 Kawasaki Z900Rs. 7.99 lakh
Kawasaki Versys 1000Rs. 10.99 lakh

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The big Japanese, Kawasaki, which has enjoyed a strong partnership with Bajaj Auto for decades released two of its finest motorcycles in the country and is now planning to launch some more models. Known for their quality of parts and performance, Kawasaki products are truly world class.

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    I loved this bike it has awesome average in this price range not only average is some everything from handling to break system speed proper management of everything. value for money I am going to buy this bike as soon as possible.

    Ankit
    Ankit 4 weeks ago
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    I loved this bike everything is just awesome I am going to buy this bike as soon as much possible excellent bike dude I am in love with this bike

    Ankit
    Ankit 4 weeks ago
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    Awesome inline 4 engine. Butter smooth. Power delivery is awesome. On highway got 20 to 22 kmpl and in city 14 to 16. Awesome control and 1000cc in this price range is quiet unbelievable 🤷‍♂️

    Gaurav
    Gaurav 2 months ago
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    Ninja zx 6r is now the undisputed king in the supersport segment..with raw power precise handling its has a race breed to give you a less lap time on the track. with its nose ahead of the front tyres. low height and lean angle makes it an excellant track bike which can be tamed in the road by its rider modes.

    Jo
    Jo 5 months ago
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    Man...... This bike just shines like a star in the top end, it did even defeated the two 400cc category monsters: DUKE 390 and RC390.I use to ride this machine for my daily commute to institution, and some Sunday rides. For a twin-cylinder, it's just smooth as butter, refined but then when you go past 9000rpm, it starts to show its true character. It just puts its all nuts till remarkable 13,500 rpm redline! maintenance is quite expensive because 'obviously, it's a KAWASAKI.' The twisty and curvy roads of Assam is where this bike belongs to. You get just more and more amount of confidence when you start to lean down.It's road presence is like a gem. Anyone can recognise it by its powerful twin halogens which helps me overcome the dark roads.I say, overall, it does do Justice for its price. But just lacks in modern equipments like USD forks, Aluminium swingarm, full digital console. That's on you what you choose, but for me, ninja is the most dominant 300cc supersport bike.

    Marc
    Marc 5 months ago
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    one of the best liter class bike to own......with an affordable price tag...the exhaust note of the bike is soothing in stock , but when installed with aftermarket exhaust for ex- sc, akrapovic it is freaking loud......when used for daily purposes it create quite problem due to its aggressive seating posture.......overall the bike is great

    Lokesh
    Lokesh 7 months ago
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