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Kawasaki Ninja 400 Spare Parts

Kawasaki Ninja 400

Kawasaki Ninja 400

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Rs. 5.14 Lakh
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Kawasaki Ninja 400 Spare Parts Price List

Kawasaki Ninja 400 Parts Authorised Dealer Price Extra GST 28% Total Price
Side Stand 4880 1366 6246
Rear Brake Pads 1445 404 1849
Front Brake Pads 1445 404 1849
No Plate 9910 2774 12684
Fuel Tank Cap 6330 1772 8102
Timing Chain 7810 2186 9996
Clutch Plate 1220 341 1561
*These are estimated price and may vary based on location. Price mention above is in Rs
*SGST (State GST) + CGST (Central GST) = GST

Kawasaki Ninja 400 User Reviews

4.5/5
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  • Mere ko Lena he ye khana

    Mere ko lena he ye khana mileage batao plz ye mera sap na he

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  • 5.0
    Kawasaki is brand bike in

    Kawasaki is brand bike in indian.It has good look and no competent to kawasaki it’s super comfortable to ride and it’s has raw power.

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  • It's indeed a beast and really

    It's indeed a beast and really perfect for beginners kawasaki bikes are always as amazing loved it gonna buy it sooner

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  • Lovely bike love it so much

    Lovely bike love it so much throttle is just.🥵🥵🥵.

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  • How much Indian average superbike

    How much eigan average superbike kamaski ninja chahie

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Q. How is the bike performance - Ninja 400?
  • The Kawasaki Ninja 400 gets an updated engine which now displaces 399cc within two cylinders. Not just that, even the compression ratio has been given a bump from 10.6:1 to 11.5:1. The bike now makes a good 49PS of power at 10,000rpm. That’s 10 more horses than the 300 at a 1000rpm less. And with the 400 now weighing less - 173kg, which is 6kg less than the 300, it’s pretty damn quick too. 0-100kmph is achieved in 5.40 seconds, which is the best in its segment. With a little less pull at the bottom end, it’s a little down in in-gear acceleration, with 30-70kmph in third gear taking 4.27 seconds. The 38Nm torque peaks at 8,000rpm and that's where the motorcycle feels the most alive. The Ninja 400 has a much better torque spread and feels more grunty in the middle portion of the rev band. Hence, it's that much more fun to ride in the daily commutes with acceleration feeling more effortless. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
Q. Is this bike powerful for hilly area?
  • The Kawasaki Ninja 400 is powered by a 399cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin motor that is mated to a six-speed gearbox. Peak power of 45PS is generated at 10,000rpm, with 37Nm of peak torque kicking in at 8,000rpm. The Kawasaki Ninja 400 is underpinned by a tubular trellis chassis, and is suspended on a telescopic fork up front and a monoshock at the rear. Braking is managed by a 310mm front petal disc and a 220mm rear petal disc. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for details.
Q. Can it be preferred for long journeys - Ninja 400?
  • You can go a long ride on this bike. Mechanically, the Ninja 400 is identical to the older model, carrying on with the 399cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine with 45.3PS and 37Nm on tap. While the power figure remains the same, the BS6-compliant motor produces 1Nm less than its BS4 avatar. This bike now also gets an updated slip-and-assist clutch that Kawasaki claims has 20% lighter lever action than before. This should make it effortless to ride on roads with stop-go traffic. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
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