It would not be a feasible option to get such a modification done as the handlebar of the Kawasaki Ninja 300 is different from other bikes. For more details regarding the same, you may exchange words with the nearest authorized service center.
The recommended tyre size for Kawasaki Ninja 300 is Front:-110/70-R17 Rear:-140/70-R17. Moreover, upsizing the tyres is a possibility but there will be some effects on vehicle performance. If you replace any part with a different spec, you will most probably have to change some other related parts as well. So, if you upsize your tire, there is a chance that it might start brushing the swingarm and that will result in faster wear and tear than the normal rate. In terms of performance, with a wider tire, the performance will also be on the decrease, which can be seen in the fuel economy and the top speed of the bike. Also, the increased contact of the tire with the surface results in increased efforts to handle the bike.
It would be unfair to give a verdict of the resale value for any vehicle as it depends on certain factors such as usage, the physical condition of the bike, kilometres are driven and popularity of the model at the time of selling.
Almost a month after launching the Ninja 300 BS6, Kawasaki has now commenced the bookings for the most affordable bike in its lineup via Amazon. As for the delivery, we would suggest you to have a word with the authorized dealer of Kawasaki in your city.
Well you can say that I agree.But that was 2 to 3 decades agothe older versions of bullet which with the gearbox on the right that series packed a huge lot of difference.nowadays people are using aftermarket exhaust to get that superior sound. In the older generations the sound, the feel it's all different for the new bullet..that's one of the reason we have bullet haters in the country...
Bullet 350 is single cylinder and Ninjas are generally two or four cylinder bikes. I mean Bullet 350 means 1 piston and Ninjas means 2 or 4 pistons.
Just don't compare kawasaki with a bullet ,kawasaki is a major sportbike company ,re is a s**t scam that makes people pay more money for old bikes
Among the three, we'd suggest you to opt for the Kawasaki Ninja 300 as the bike offer a comfortable seat for both rider and the pillion. It doesn't matter what side of the rev band you are in -- NVH levels remain smooth throughout, with next to no vibrations felt through the seat, footpegs or clip-ons. On the other hand, the Apache RR 310 also offers great ride quality. It feels pliant over broken roads and soaks up bumps without transferring judders to the rider or pillion irrespective of the speed. Moreover, comfort is something that is best judged personally, so we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding. You may click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
RC 390 and Ninja are more power full bike than RR310. But if you are looking for decent bike like in milage, comfort and price as well then RR310 is the best option. Coz RR310 ground clearance is good and suspension is little lighter so that is not good for cornering as RC390 but RR310 is more comfortable in city. So it's up to us what we like coz all three bike has three different look and different price tag as well. you can chose any as per your choice. if you are looking for good sport kind of bike in decent price tag then RR310 would be good choice.
The most difficult qn...Rc 390 is a track bike ..if you like its roughness and love track don't choose any other....if you need top end power and smooth ride with heads going wherever you go..go for ninja 300..Apache for the superb engine and style...I will never leave an rc 390..if I need a track bike...in purest form.
In terms of looks the order is as follows :Apache RR310>Kawasaki Ninja>KTM RC390.In terms of performance:KTM RC390>Kawasaki Ninja>Apache RR310.If you are ready to spend more bucks, then go for the RC390 because you cannot get a better performer than this beast.If you need a more balanced machine then Apache RR310 is the one.
The Ninja performs very well than the RR. But that doesn’t mean RR310 doesn’t perform well. RR gives you a good ride experience where as Ninja gives you a power packed feel in this segment. It does have a lot of difference comparing single cylinder vs twin cylinder. So I would say if you can afford ninja 300 over RR 310. Go for ninja 300. I give this answer based on bs4 ninja 300. Let’s Hope the best in Bs6 version.
Premium twin feel- Ninja 300Premium single cylinder- RR310Maintenance is cheaper in RR310. Kawasaki doesn't have free services, should spend 4-5K for a full service. Whereas RR310 will be done within 2- 2.5k max. for the first 3 free (without labour charge) services, may cost 500 more after the free ones. However spare parts of both the bikes are great quality and costly too. Mileage is better in RR310 (27-38Kmpl) against Ninja 300 (21-27Kmpl) depending on riding style. Both are sports tourers. Tank capacity is more in ninja than the RR (17Ltrs>11Ltrs). Ninja tops around 185kmph whereas RR310 does about 165kmph.
If you want features, looks + a good power and updated vehicle according to the market standards, go for RR310. If you want raw power and have 50k extra to spend then go for Ninja. Its old school and has far less features than RR310.
It's not cheap considering a 300cc motercycle. There are no free service for any of the kawasaki bikes (sad)Each service will cost you Rs. 5200 average. Each 4th service will cost you around Rs. 12000 for a 300 cc bike.And this will repeat in future until you stop riding the bike. And the mentioned cost is when there are no major fault in your bike or not needed to change any major parts. Obviously that will cost you more. So guys be ready to spend more after buying any of the kawasaki bikes. Good luck!
See, the parts are not cheap if you breaking up ... You can take an AMC to save on labour cost. But than, my friend, you live just once, if you live it right, once is enough. .... Connect with us for the brotherhood, we would love to connect
Generally, u Service the bikes at 3000 km. But these big bikes require Service at 6000 kms. 1st Service is at 1000kms. So, not much of maintenance cost.