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  • Q. What's the mileage of this bike? And how is it? Any advice for me because I am planning to buy this one - Ninja 650?

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    Jo
    Jo | 1 year ago

    You can buy one .Don't bother about mileage in a performance bike.Its an excellent sports tourer. wait for 2020 model ,it had a great tft display,fairing similar to 6r ,new graphics and colours. Mileage you can expect 20 plus.in mixed traffic. Good luck buy good riding gears. Thanks.

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    Santhosh
    Santhosh | 1 year ago

    30 on highway and 27 on city

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    Suhas
    Suhas | 1 year ago

    I get around 16 in the city and 22 on Highway

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