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  • Q. Confused about which bike to buy, one side Ninja and other side Interceptor both are the leading company's. Ninja have 17 litre tank capacity and lighter and Interceptor have only 12.9 litre tank capacity and bit hard clutch and some issue in suspension bit heavy handling.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Kawasaki Ninja 300, both the bikes are offered with the parallel twin engine. The Royal Enfield Interceptor gets an air-cooled unit whereas the Ninja has been available with a liquid cooled motor. This is the reason the engine heat is felt on the legs of the rider in the RE Interceptor which might be annoying for some people. Both the bikes differ when it comes to the power to weight ratio. The Interceptor might be really tough to be ridden in the traffic because of its weight on the other hand Ninja 300 is easy to control over. If we talk about the ergonomics the Ninja gets a more tucked in riding posture whereas the RE interceptor gets more of a cruiser riding posture. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride of both the bikes which would help you choose the best bike with a justification.Click here for the Dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers

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  • Q. Does it suitable for long rides - Ninja 300?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    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.

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  • Q. How is the mileage and service of bike? Does it vibrates or heats a lot? Please share your experience - Ninja 300?
    Arun
    Arun | 1 month ago

    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.

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  • Q. Does Ninja 300 bike's handle shake after crossing 60 km/hr or 80km/hr and what is the first service cost?
    Ashwin
    Ashwin | 2 months ago

    @ RAJU | 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.

    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.

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  • Q. I have a plan to buy Ninja 300, what is your experience with this bike?
    Amit
    Amit | 7 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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  • Q. Why should I buy this bike - Ninja 300?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    Well, a twin parallel 2 cylinder engine with the reliability of the Japanese Masters is quite worthy of that price. Some of the reasons might be the Ninja's suspension setup balance and an amazing fuel economy of 32 kmpl. The availability of dual channel ABS, confidence on the corners with MRF zapper tyres and the stance of a true sports bike is what you get with the Kawasaki's Ninja 300. The Ninja branding is unique in its own terms, It is engineered to be a dream bike for the youth. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride of the bike which would help you to clarify your doubts about the bike with a justification.Click here for the Dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Kawasaki

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  • Q. Mai soch raha hu ki RC 390 kya vo sahi rahegi - Ninja 300?
    AVIJIT
    AVIJIT | 8 months ago

    I don't know about rc390 but I can tell you about ninja 300 because I own one. Firstly we can talk about price Ninja 300 costs 2.98 lks Ex-showroom and on road it will come around 3.9 in bangalore. So the price difference is around 60 to 70k more than rc390. Then the servicing costs almost 6000 for Ninja and I am sure rc390 costs lesser in maintenance. But recently ninja spare parts are now available in India so spare costs has been reduced remarkably down. Now we can talk about technical specs ninja 300 is parellel twin 296cc engine which produces 39bhp power and 27nm torque at 11000rpm and now it comes with dual channel abs.rc390 have 373 cc single cylinder which produces 43hp power. Initial torque is less in ninja compared to rc390 but when it goes past over 7000rpm it gets it becomes a screamer and sounds like jet engine. In city driving also its very easy to menuver. It gives feeling of big super bike. In 300cc segment ninja is king according to me. Since its prices are reduced it became more affordable. Braking is also good before it was having nissin caliper brakes now it comes with endurance brakes.Both bikes are good in their own ways. But we need to compare right bikes in right segment. For Ninja 300 truly it's competitors are r3, bennelli300, tvs rr310. I have test driven them but after you test drive you will realise which bike suits you best. Then go for don't listen anyone.

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  • Q. Is the new Ninja is now much cheaper and comes with improved braking power enabled with ABS, do you think it's gonna be the best among the 300cc twin cylinder engine bikes. Should we consider buying it after the new price tag and colour options?
    Subit
    Subit | 2 months ago

    Absolutely yes, if your budget allows you!!

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  • Q. Confused about which bike to buy, one side Ninja and other side Interceptor both are the leading company's. Ninja have 17 litre tank capacity and lighter and Interceptor have only 12.9 litre tank capacity and bit hard clutch and some issue in suspension bit heavy handling.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Kawasaki Ninja 300, both the bikes are offered with the parallel twin engine. The Royal Enfield Interceptor gets an air-cooled unit whereas the Ninja has been available with a liquid cooled motor. This is the reason the engine heat is felt on the legs of the rider in the RE Interceptor which might be annoying for some people. Both the bikes differ when it comes to the power to weight ratio. The Interceptor might be really tough to be ridden in the traffic because of its weight on the other hand Ninja 300 is easy to control over. If we talk about the ergonomics the Ninja gets a more tucked in riding posture whereas the RE interceptor gets more of a cruiser riding posture. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride of both the bikes which would help you choose the best bike with a justification.Click here for the Dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers

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  • Q. Which is better for off roading between Ninja 300 or Himalayan?
    Sushith
    Sushith | 9 months ago

    Himalayan is comfortable bike for off-road,,,and ninja300 is a sport touring bike. It is not that much of good for off-roading.

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    Kawasaki Ninja 300 Dimension & Space FAQs

    Q. What is the wheel size of Kawasaki Ninja 300?
    A. The wheel size of Kawasaki Ninja 300 is Front :-17 inch, Rear :-17 inch.
    Q. What is the tyre size of Kawasaki Ninja 300?
    A. The tyre size of Kawasaki Ninja 300 is 110/70-R17 Rear :-140/70-R17.
    Q. What is the seat height of Kawasaki Ninja 300?
    A. The seat height of Kawasaki Ninja 300 is 785 mm.
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