Kawasaki Ninja 300 to cost around INR 4 lakhs on road. Bookings open

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That the Kawasaki Ninja 300 India launch will soon happen is a well known fact. Enough has already been speculated about the upcoming bike and we recently reported in detail when some of the Bajaj-Kawasaki dealers opened the ‘unofficial bookings’ of the soon-to-be-launched bike.

The bookings for the upcoming Kawasaki Ninja 300 have now officially commenced in India and all the Bajaj Kawasaki showrooms are accepting bookings of the Ninja 300. The booking amount for the bike is INR 40,000 and deliveries would start within 3 weeks.

India will get the non-ABS version and the new bike will have an ex-showroom price of around INR 3.8 lakhs.  The bike will go on sale in two colours- white and Ninja green.

The Ninja 300 will most likely replace the 250R and will have a considerable power advantage over the 250cc variant. The new bike has a slipper clutch and will become the first low capacity sportsbike in India to have this arrangement. Visually, the Ninja 300 is identical to the new 2013 Ninja 250R. The new Ninja 300 develops a max power figure of 38.45 bhp @ 11,000 rpm and a peak torque output of 27 Nm @ 10,000 rpm. Kawasaki claims that the new bike has been endowed with sufficient low end torque for comfortable city riding.

Safely expect the new bike to open gates to an all new segment of Indian performance bike market and satisfy the hunger of all those Indian bike aficionados who have been wishing more from entry level 250cc sportsbikes.

Indiaa spec Kawasaki Ninja 300 technical specifications

Engine type – Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin

Displacement – 296 cm3

Bore x stroke – 62.0 x 49.0 mm

Compression ratio – 10.6:1

Valve/Induction system – DOHC, 8 valves

Maximum power – 29.0 kW {39 PS} / 11,000 rpm

Maximum torque – 27.0 N.m {2.8 kgf.m} / 10,000 rpm

Fuel system – Fuel injection: ø32 mm x 2 (Keihin), with dual throttle valves

Ignition – Digital

Starting – Electric

Lubrication – Forced lubrication, wet sump

Transmission – 6-speed, return

Frame type – Tube diamond, steel

Rake/Trail – 27° / 93 mm

Wheel travel, front – 120 mm

Wheel travel, rear – 132 mm

Tyre, front – 110/70-17 M/C 54S

Tyre, rear – 140/70-17 M/C 66S

Steering angle, left / right – 35° / 35°

Suspension, front – 37 mm telescopic fork

Suspension, rear – Bottom-Link Uni-Trak with gas-charged shock and 5-way adjustable preload

Brakes, front – Single 290 mm petal disc Single balanced actuation dual-piston

Brakes, rear – Single 220 mm petal disc Caliper: Dual-piston

Dimensions (L x W x H) – 2,015 mm x 715 mm x 1,110 mm

Wheelbase – 1,405 mm

Ground Clearance – 140 mm

Seat height – 785 mm

Fuel capacity – 17 litres

Final Drive – Sealed chain

Primary reduction ratio – 3.087 (71/23)

Gear ratios: 1st – 2.714 (38/14)

Gear ratios: 2nd – 1.789 (34/19)

Gear ratios: 3rd – 1.409 (31/22)

Gear ratios: 4th – 1.160 (29/25)

Gear ratios: 5th – 1.000 (27/27)

Gear ratios: 6th – 0.857 (24/28)

Final reduction ratio – 3.000 (42/14)

Clutch – Wet multi-disc, manual

Curb Mass – 172 kg / 174 kg (ABS)

Kawasaki Ninja 300 Images

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Images- Kawasaki Ninja 300 Official Facebook page

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  • Munish says:

    India is a very price sensitive market so I really doubt this bike would be accepted well in India at this price point. I think this bike would have done really good with pricing somewhere near 3 Lakh. Wonder whether Bajaj advises Kawasaki on product pricing! Two thinks we Indians can never accept, when it comes to vehicles – Bad fuel efficiency and poor pricing

  • Pravin says:


    Please edit your article. There is no bike called Ninja250R 2013. You can refer to the Kawasaki international site.

    Ninja250R2012 is the last and is dead. It will however be sold in some markets in the globe keeping its iconic status till its totally phased off.


  • Shashank says:

    Price is extremely absurd…make no sense at all.looks like they are not pretty serious about this market