Kawasaki drops the price of the Kawasaki Ninja 300 by Rs 10,000. This is likely aimed at clearing the existing inventory to make way for the upcoming MY23 version of the Kawasaki Ninja 300.
Year-end discounts are extremely typical because OEMs and dealers aim to get rid of as much inventory as they can. Along the lines of this, the Kawasaki Ninja 300 price in India has been decreased by Rs 10,000. The bike will now be offered for a starting price of Rs 3.30 lakh, down from the previous price of Rs 3.40 lakh (ex. showroom price).
Reductions for the Kawasaki Ninja price are valid through December 31, 2022, or while supplies last, whichever comes first. Kawasaki is anticipated to release the MY23 model of the motorcycle the following year. It will continue to compete with models like the TVS Apache RR310, BMW G 310 RR, and KTM RC 390.
A price cut of Rs 10,000 is not much for a Kawasaki Ninja bike that costs Rs 3.40 lakh. It comes out to about 3% in terms of percentage. Although it is unlikely to have an effect on people with non-partisan beliefs, it may serve as a motivator for true-blue Ninja enthusiasts. However, if the inventory is not too large, the Rs. 10,000 price decrease might succeed in its goal.
Despite the price reduction, Kawasaki Ninja 300 will still be the most expensive bike in its class. While the BMW G310RR retails for about Rs. 3 lakh, the KTM RC 390 costs about Rs. 3.18 lakh. Therefore, the Apache RR310, with a starting price of Rs. 2.65 lakh, is a more cost-effective model.
A price drop of between 5% and 10% could have impacted the market more. From the perspective of the buyer, a price tag closer to the 3 lakh mark would have been seen as more advantageous. Honda CB300F is a recent example, with costs drastically slashed by Rs 50,000. The beginning price has effectively been lowered to about Rs 1.75 lakh. This is probably going to have a better effect on increasing sales.
Kawasaki has offered discounts on the Kawasaki Ninja 300 cost in India as well as benefits worth up to Rs 35,000 when purchasing the Kawasaki Z650. Kawasaki Z650 price is presently Rs. 6.43 lakh (ex-showroom). A 649cc parallel twin LC engine with 68 PS and 64 Nm of torque powers the bike.
For the Kawasaki Ninja 300 MY23 edition, aesthetic improvements and certain technological advancements may be the main priorities. Additionally, new colour possibilities may be added. Ninja 300 is now available in Lime Green, Candy Lime Green, and Ebony as colour options. The Ebony colour scheme consists primarily of a black background with striking dark green accents. The Lime Green is undoubtedly the most athletic-looking of the three because of its striking combination of black, green, white, and red.
What hardware upgrades will be made with the Ninja 300 MY23 remain to be seen. The 296cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine that powers the Ninja 300 produce a maximum output of 39 PS at 11,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 26.1 Nm at 10,000 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox, an assist system, and a slipper clutch are connected to it.
Advanced characteristics of the engine include strong Alumite piston coating, twin throttle valves, and fine-atomizing injectors. These enhance ride quality, robustness, and fuel economy. With the Ninja 300 MY23, ride quality and overall pleasure may be further improved.
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