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  • Q. I have a plan to buy Ninja 300, what is your experience with this bike?

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    Amit
    Amit | 8 months ago

    I disagree with Nitin to some extent. I've been using Ninja 300 for quite some time. 2015 to be precise. Never had any, and I mean any issue with the bike. The fact that it's a full fairing bike, you shouldn't be camparing the ground clearance with off-roading bikes like Duke and, it shouldn't be used for off reading either, it's not meant for it. the handling is amazing and yes, the service casts about 5-6k but, if you are going to use it for regular commuting or ur riding is much, you can opt for 2 years AMC from the workshop that'll cost you about 12000/-. you won't need to pay any labour charges for 2 years then. Please check the availability of this facility at the dealer for it. I have the AMC from Aurum Kawasaki, New Delhi. Further, Since this motorcycle and it's parts are being manufactured in India, Ninja 300 spare part costs have been reduced drastically, for example, one side cowling used to cost around 53000/- and now, it costs mere 5280/-. Ninja 300 is supposedly the best buy in it's segment right now. Not to forget, it's Japanese for a machine and that makes it the best. Also, the company is not into utility or regular passenger two wheelers. so you won't have a untrained mechanic trying his hands on a sports machine when u go for servicing. I hope this be of help. All the best for your purchase and have safe rides.

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    Nitin
    Nitin | 8 months ago

    The bike is from premium segment so its going to light your pocket always! If you can afford 5000-6000/- per service then it's okay. Also, another thing is mileage and that would be around 26-28 depends on your riding style.Once I had timing chain issue with my bike and that time it cost me around 35000/- so be prepared for hig expenses.Apart from that bike is awesome in look, styling, power and speed.You can use it for daily commuting if mileage isn't your problem.Last but not the least, the ground clearance is the most annoying thing in ninja 300 (almost in every ninja bike) 135mm ground clearance will hit every speed breaker in India and that hurts a lot.It will deshape your bike and eventually you would need to replace the whole exhaust so be aware for another 30000/- expense. Good luck

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    Saurabh
    Saurabh | 3 months ago

    @ Amit | I disagree with Nitin to some extent. I've been using Ninja 300 for quite some time. 2015 to be precise. Never had any, and I mean any issue with the bike. The fact that it's a full fairing bike, you shouldn't be camparing the ground clearance with off-roading bikes like Duke and, it shouldn't be used for off reading either, it's not meant for it. the handling is amazing and yes, the service casts about 5-6k but, if you are going to use it for regular commuting or ur riding is much, you can opt for 2 years AMC from the workshop that'll cost you about 12000/-. you won't need to pay any labour charges for 2 years then. Please check the availability of this facility at the dealer for it. I have the AMC from Aurum Kawasaki, New Delhi. Further, Since this motorcycle and it's parts are being manufactured in India, Ninja 300 spare part costs have been reduced drastically, for example, one side cowling used to cost around 53000/- and now, it costs mere 5280/-. Ninja 300 is supposedly the best buy in it's segment right now. Not to forget, it's Japanese for a machine and that makes it the best. Also, the company is not into utility or regular passenger two wheelers. so you won't have a untrained mechanic trying his hands on a sports machine when u go for servicing. I hope this be of help. All the best for your purchase and have safe rides.

    Can you share more details about AMC. I am planning Ninja 300 from same dealer

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    Ashish
    Ashish | 3 months ago

    Good and very worthy

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    Jathin
    Jathin | 8 months ago

    Nice,full speed,its give mailage more than cars

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    Mohd
    Mohd | 5 months ago

    Awesome is the word. U wont repent a bit.

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