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Kawasaki Bikes

Kawasaki bikes India offers 6 new models in India with price starts at Rs. 5.89 Lakh and goes up to Rs. 10.89 Lakh . The popular bikes of Kawasaki include Ninja 1000 (Rs. 10.29 Lakh), Ninja 650 (Rs. 5.89 Lakh) and Z900 (Rs. 7.99 Lakh) . The cheapest Kawasaki bike is Ninja 650 (Rs. 5.89 Lakh) and the most expensive one is Versys 1000 (Rs. 10.89 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 Ninja 1000Rs. 10.29 Lakh
Kawasaki Ninja 650Rs. 5.89 Lakh
Kawasaki Z900Rs. 7.99 Lakh
Kawasaki Z650Rs. 5.94 Lakh
Kawasaki Versys 1000Rs. 10.89 Lakh
Kawasaki W800 StreetRs. 6.99 Lakh

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About Kawasaki Bikes

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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Kawasaki User Reviews

  • Z900
    4.8
    13 reviews & ratings
    Z900

    dream bike which comes true, if anybody searching for a perfect segment bike if yor are thin this is the best bike.

    Anurag
    Anurag 2 months ago
    Z900 User Reviews
  • Z900
    4.8
    13 reviews & ratings
    Z900

    This bike is scary if you are jumping to this directly from a sub 300cc bike. But once you get a hang of it, it's so much fun. In city limits, it can ride easy in any gear, and on highways, that's where the fun begins. There is a difference in power once you reach higher RPMs and that's when you would enjoy it even more.It's has an easy almost upright riding position, only slighly agressive. Seat height is a bit taller now, and the ground clearance is improved as well. Exhaust has a beautiful grunt to it which you can hear while riding as well. TFT has very clear display and is visible during day as well. I like the road rider mode, which has full power and bit of traction control as well. Sports mode makes the throttle very s****h which is only good if you want to ride agressively, i.e. switch gear and accelerate non stop, which is not possible in city, but definitely good on empty highways, or tracks. All in all, it's an awesome update for the z900

    Siddharth
    Siddharth 3 months ago
    Z900 User Reviews
  • Z900
    4.8
    13 reviews & ratings
    Z900

    ITS REALLY, A NAKED BEAST.JUST AWESOME.

    Rocking
    Rocking 3 months ago
    Z900 User Reviews
  • Ninja 1000
    4.1
    25 reviews & ratings
    Ninja 1000

    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 3 months ago
    Ninja 1000 User Reviews
  • Z900
    4.8
    13 reviews & ratings
    Z900

    It is awesome you have to ride it you love it too

    Gurinder
    Gurinder 4 months ago
    Z900 User Reviews
  • Ninja 1000
    4.1
    25 reviews & ratings
    Ninja 1000

    excellant sports tourer..best in class

    Jo
    Jo 6 months ago
    Ninja 1000 User Reviews

Kawasaki Bikes Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 day ago

    Kawasaki Ninja H2 is a heavy bike and needs professional handling while manoeuvring in city and traffic. So if you have already a long time experience with the heavy sports bike then it would be easy for you to ride it. Also, the Multi-level modes offer riders a greater number of settings to choose from, with each mode providing a different level of intrusion to suit riding conditions and rider preference. Moreover, we would suggest you to visit the dealership and take a test ride so that you can check its comfort and performance. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms.

    Ninja H2 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 week ago

    As of now, Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is the option you can go for because Kawasaki Ninja 300 has not been launched yet. With just a slight hint of forward arching, the riding posture of the Interceptor is what will make Royal Enfield loyalists happy. The bars are wide and you do not have to stretch much to get to them. However, shorter riders may just find it a bit too much. The saddle height of 804mm is favorable for most riders but they will need to get used to the slightly outward footpegs. At crawling speeds or while slowing down with your feet down, the footpegs tend to hit your ankles and this could be a nuisance the first time around. Although slightly rear set, they feel quite natural, a big boon for city as well as highway riding. The seat padding is extremely soft and narrow. While you will not feel the effects during city commute, it does take a bit of a toll on you on the highway. Royal Enfield offers an optional touring seat with a thicker foam setup which should ideally solve this issue. Do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.

    Ninja 300 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 weeks ago

    The double cylinder engine constructed with the two cylinders that can be in the same engine block or in different blocks. In a double cylinder motorcycle engine both the cylinder performs a separate combustion process. But the pistons of both cylinder stay connected with the same crankshaft and delivers the power to the same. Hence it’s significantly efficient of producing and delivering the power as there is a very less power delivery gap to rotate the crankshaft than the single-cylinder engine.

    Ninja 300 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    The BS4 engine was available with a 6-speed transmission and the same will be available in BS6 version too.

    Ninja 300 Q&A
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Kawasaki Bikes Expert Reviews

  • 2018 Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS: Performance Test Review
    2018 Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS: Performance Test Review

    With some localisation, ABS and a hefty price drop, does the Ninja 300 now offer better value for money than before?

    Nov 12, 2018
  • Kawasaki Ninja 400 Road Test Review
    Kawasaki Ninja 400 Road Test Review

    Is the new Kawasaki Ninja 400 just a Ninja 300 with an extra 100cc? Or is there more here than meets the eye?

    Oct 22, 2018
  • 2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300 Road Test Review
    2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300 Road Test Review

    Does a new sticker job and inherent qualities keep the Ninja 300 relevant even today?

    Dec 18, 2017
  • Kawasaki Ninja 300: First Look
    Kawasaki Ninja 300: First Look

    The affable Ninja 300 is now BS IV compliant and gets a new paint scheme

    Mar 27, 2017
  • 2014 Kawasaki Z1000: First Ride
    2014 Kawasaki Z1000: First Ride

    We ride Kawasaki's new, futuristic and thoroughly enjoyable Z1000. And after a day in the saddle, we think it's well priced too, particularly for what it delivers in terms of visual appeal and fun

    Feb 20, 2014

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Kawasaki Bikes FAQs

Which is the cheapest Kawasaki bikes in India?

The cheapest Kawasaki bikes in India is Ninja 650, which is priced at Rs. 5.89 Lakh.

What are the commuter bikes manufactured by Kawasaki?

Kawasaki offers 2 commuter bike in India namely Kawasaki Z900 and Kawasaki Z650.

What is the price range of Kawasaki bikes?

Kawasaki bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 5.89 Lakh to Rs. 10.89 Lakh.

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