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Kawasaki Ninja 300 Specifications

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Engine Displ. : 296 cc
No Of Cylinders : 2
Torque : 27 Nm @ 10000 rpm
Power : 39 PS @ 11000 rpm
Top Speed : 144.14 Kmph
ABS : Single Channel
Head Lamp : Halogen
Tachometer : Analogue
Tyre Make : NA
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Kawasaki Ninja 300 Specifications Summary

Ninja 300 Variants Key Specifications Key Features
ABS KRT Edition
Rs. 2.98 lakh
296 cc, 39 PS @ 11000 rpm view all 144.14 Kmph Top Speed, Single Channel ABS, Halogen Head Lamp, Analogue Tachometer, Tyre Make view all

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Q. Does it suitable for long rides - Ninja 300?
  • Performance-wise, it is a refiner high revving unit with redline starting at 13,000rpm- can be regarded as the beast on open highways and a delightful machine in the city. It does come across as a very potent track tool with not so sharp ergonomics as the KTM. Making it a more approachable machine for riders to use it for their daily stints as well. The seat padding is just right -- neither too stiff nor too soft -- which is a boon for mile munching. There’s a lot of room to move around for the rider as well. However, the pillion seat is good enough only for city commutes and isn’t roomy enough for long hauls. The pillion grabrail is also well positioned for reach but honestly, the design itself is quite dreadful and detracts from the overall appearance. : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
  • Yes, this bike is very good for long rides. First of all it has a 17 liter tank and that too with very good mileage. The seating position can be adjusted as per your requirement. There is a lot of space to move around. Also, you won't get bored on the machine as at one moment you can cruise the highways in an upright position and the next moment slide a little back on the seat and push the throttle to go in superbike mode : By Sumit | 4 months ago
  • Seating position is awesome, grips the roads well.. Cornering is nice. Ground clearance is apt, need to be careful on breakers. ABS braking keeps you secure. Dont think , just get on and live ur dream. : By Mohd | 5 months ago
Q. How is the mileage and service of bike? Does it vibrates or heats a lot? Please share your experience - Ninja 300?
  • According to my style of riding, It gives about 25kmpl in city and around 30kmpl on highway. May vary according to each person's style of riding. Vibrations? There are no noticeable vibrations altogether. But you might notice small increase in vibration while on 4 to 6k Rpm. Ninja 300 has one of the most refined engine in its segment. Heat management is excellent in the bike. Even in stop and go traffics, the bike excellently manages the engine temperature. : By Arun | 1 month ago
  • Haven't done a proper mileage test but in city it give around 25km/l. Heat management is excellent, even after driving in the evening peak Mumbai traffic you don't feel anything on your thighs/calves. It vibrate a bit around 5k rpm but else it's a roll. : By Subit | 3 months ago
  • I get a mileage of 32-35 in city. The bike is a parallel twin bike. It does not produce any vibration. The heat management is excellent in this machine. Trust me, take this for a test drive in the city and feel this for yourself. Well if you ride this over a puddle or in rain and if the water reaches the engine, you can see the steam. You can imagine how hot the engine might be. But trust me, the heat management is so good, you won't even know about this : By Sumit | 4 months ago
Q. Does Ninja 300 bike's handle shake after crossing 60 km/hr or 80km/hr and what is the first service cost?
  • Yes it does shake kawasaki has no reply to it even i faced similar issue i have changed my tyres to Michelin and could get a reasonable relief and better grip n confidence to ride. : By Ashwin | 3 months ago
  • This issue starts after say 5000 kms. They say it is because of the tyres wearing out. I am facing it too. It shakes only when you ride it without holding the handlebar. : By Prasad | 2 weeks ago
  • No it doesn't all machine. All ninja 300 bikes handle shaking when speed cross 60km/hr. It's solutions never got from ninja service provider's. Thank you. It's a great machine no doubt and also aggressive price point. : By RAJU | 9 months ago
Q. Does Kawasaki Ninja 300 has equipped ABS
  • Yes it's equipped with ABS in India since September 2018 : By Mayank | 11 months ago
  • Whats the service cost for Sep 2018 models??? : By Shivaprasad | 4 months ago
  • Yes it’s mandatory since it launched in september 18 : By Vipin | 10 months ago
Q. Which is the fastest bike between RC 390 and Kawasaki Ninja 300
  • Rc takes lead because of bhp but on the long drive ninja goes 10000 rpm which is more than rc. Top speed of ninja is 191 : By Chetan | 10 months ago
  • Not too much difference but If you want to drive on street RC 390 would be much faster then ninja 300 : By Naveen | 10 months ago
  • Fastest is rc390, and it's a single cylinder engine and ninja 300 have a parallel twin engine : By Lalkrishna | 10 months ago
Q. I have been using KTM RC 200 it is thrill to ride but I am looking forward to buy 300 cc bikes which one should I go and why please help me out I had Ninja 300, R3and CB 300R in mind or any launch that I can wait and go and I feel R3 little expensive over Ninja is it okay to go still?
  • Yamaha R3 is a definite yes. However V3 of the yzf R3 is expected to launch by the year's end. Ninja 300 on the other hand is a big disappointment as the brake calipers are all changed, tyres aren't what they are supposed to be and nor do they have USD suspension. And as for the 300r, we can just wait for it as it is also a very reliable machine. Hands up for the Yamaha R3 any day. : By Dev | 4 months ago
  • The ktm motorcycles are all single cylinder motorcycles hence they are priced aggressively. The R3 and ninja are both twin cylinder engines. Initial pickup of ktm is no doubt more because the engine has been tuned that way (hence lower mileage) but in a longer run the R3 and ninja will beat the ktm 390 and achieve higher top speeds. On paper at least. : By Tanay | 6 months ago
  • Yes..Extremely smooth engine of R3 will b**w your mind..You will enjoy every ride.Bottom end & midrange power is best in R3.It is the best'looking bike also..Close your eyes & go for R3..All the best : By Nirupam | 7 months ago
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