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  • Q. Is it necessary to service my bike before 6k km? It has only covered 1500 Km. - Ninja 300?

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    Sumit
    Sumit | 1 year ago

    If you have it as a new bike and have done the first service, then there is no need for the service. I cannot comment on the used bike

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    Ankit
    Ankit | 1 year ago

    If the bike get time to time service the condition will good for long period

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    Dr
    Dr | 10 months ago

    First service is at 1000 km.

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Kawasaki Ninja 300 User Reviews

  • 4.2

    Man...... This bike just shines like a star in the top end, it did even defeated the two 400cc category monsters: DUKE 390 and RC390.I use to ride this machine for my daily commute to institution, and some Sunday rides. For a twin-cylinder, it's just smooth as butter, refined but then when you go past 9000rpm, it starts to show its true character. It just puts its all nuts till remarkable 13,500 rpm redline! maintenance is quite expensive because 'obviously, it's a KAWASAKI.' The twisty and curvy roads of Assam is where this bike belongs to. You get just more and more amount of confidence when you start to lean down.It's road presence is like a gem. Anyone can recognise it by its powerful twin halogens which helps me overcome the dark roads.I say, overall, it does do Justice for its price. But just lacks in modern equipments like USD forks, Aluminium swingarm, full digital console. That's on you what you choose, but for me, ninja is the most dominant 300cc supersport bike.

  • 3.8

    Performance bike. Very nice styling. Maintenance is very high. But the bike is wonderful.

  • 4.2

    Over all bike performance is very good bt the maintenance cost is quite high

  • 3.4

    Awesome to ride but maintenance is too costly

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