Kawasaki Discounts: Buying A Mean Green Machine Is Now Easier

  • Feb 3, 2023
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Kawasaki has announced discounts for the Ninja 300, Z650, Z650RS and the W800

Calling all Kawasaki enthusiasts… your favourite bikemaker has kicked off the month of February with discounts to quite a few of its bikes till February 28. So here’s a reckoner on what’s hot, and even what’s not!

Ninja 300: Rs 15,000 cheaper

The Kawasaki Ninja 300, the bikemaker’s smallest-capacity supersport has been on sale for almost a decade, as it was first launched in April 2013. However, it’s still quite capable of holding its own, considering its 296cc parallel-twin engine makes a competent 39PS and 26.1Nm. And now, with a Rs 15,000 discount bring its asking price down to Rs 3.25 lakh*, it’s worth considering for people who were so far looking only at single-cylinder bikes like the KTM RC 390 (Rs 3.16 lakh*) , Keeway K300 R (Rs 2.99 lakh to Rs 3.20 lakh*), TVS Apache RR 310 and BMW G 310 RR.

Z650 and Z650RS: Rs 50,000 cheaper


The Kawasaki Z650 naked, and the Z650RS retro-modern streetbike, can now be had for Rs 6.43 lakh* and 6.92 lakh*, respectively. Kawasaki’s 649cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine – which powers the Ninja 650, Z650, Z650 RS and Vulcan S – makes 68PS and 64Nm in the two bikes, and is mated to a 6-speed gearbox with a slip-and-assist clutch. 

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The dip in prices makes Kawasaki’s 650 duo quite a steal, compared to their rivals, the Triumph Trident 660 and Honda CB650R, which retail for Rs 7.45 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) and Rs 9.15 lakh**, respectively. 

W800: Rs 2 lakh cheaper


The W800 is Kawasaki’s ‘true’ retro-style bike, as it’s powered by an air-cooled 773cc engine, making a relatively modest 52PS and 62.9Nm. And despite the massive Rs 2 lakh cut in its asking price, it still retails at Rs 5.33 lakh*, which is still a good Rs 2 lakh more than the ex-showroom price of its closest rival, the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650

Moreover, it’s pretty close (just Rs 19,000) to the Ninja 400, the price for which was recently hiked by Rs 15,000 to Rs 5.14 lakh*. This doesn’t really come as a surprise, as Kawasaki had kept the price of the BS6 bike unchanged (as compared to its BS4 iteration) when it was launched in June 2022 at an ex-showroom sticker of Rs 4.99 lakh. 

Hence, the Ninja 400 remains firmly out of the reach of most sport bike enthusiasts, who could save close to Rs 2 lakh by netting the KTM RC 390, or even Rs 2.3 lakh, and go for the TVS Apache RR 310, fully kitted out in BTO accessories.

*all prices ex-showroom, pan-India

**ex-showroom Gurugram

Note: The offer is valid for limited stock. The discount voucher amount is inclusive of GST, and applies to the ex-showroom price only.

Kawasaki Ninja 300
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