Kawasaki Ninja 300 Expert Review
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Expert Review – Check Pros and Cons
Kawasaki Ninja 300 is the update version of the Ninja 250R. Presented here in 2008, the 250R was thought to be the world’s most loved 250cc sport bike until it was tested by Honda CBR 250R. Yet, rather than going the 1-cylinder way, the Japanese maker raised the stakes by adding more punch to the 4-Stroke Parallel Twin engine. The ancestor was a win world over and even in India it sold in magnificent numbers in Kawasaki. The Ninja 300 is one of the two items from Kawasaki that comes to India in the Completely Knocked Down (CKD) way and is gathered at Bajaj’s Chakan plant. The new sport bike has everything putting it all on the line to make it one of the best sport bikes in its class.
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Features | Design
The front sharp twin headlights of this bike expand its face, which helps this bike to get an intriguing look. Its long V-shaped pointed visor mounted with dark hued back perspective mirrors makes it look sporty, energetic and aggressive. The new plan of combination wheels don’t look much premium, however yet gels well with the appearance of this bike. Its LED tail light has additionally been set in its back cowl while the side indicators get fitted in its augmented back fender. Ninja 300 sport bike has some great features like thrilling parallel-twin engine, multi-functional instrument console, dual lamp headlights with Daytime Running Lamps (DRL), LED taillight and more.
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Specification
Kawasaki Ninja 300 is powered by a 296cc, Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, Parallel Twin engine with Fuel injection fuel system. Ninja 300 engine produces the max power of 38.5 Bhp @ 11000 rpm and max torque of 27 Nm @ 10000 rpm and its engine mated with the 6-speed gearbox transmission. The top speed of this bike is 182 kmph with the 25 kmpl of mileage.
The dimensions of Ninja 300 are 2015 mm length, 715 mm width, 1110 mm height, 140 mm ground clearance, 785 mm seat height, 1405 mm wheelbase and 172 kg weight. The braking system consists of Single 290 mm petal disc, Single balanced actuation dual-piston caliper at the front and Single 220 mm petal disc, Dual-piston caliper at the rear. This bike is equipped with 37 mm telescopic fork suspension at the front and Bottom-Link Uni-Trak with gas-charged shock and 5-way adjustable preload suspension at the rear. It has the 17 inch Black Mag Alloy Wheels with tubeless tyres.
1. Sensor Dual-Lamp Headlights
2. Good Handling
4. Sporty and Aggressive Design
5. Powerful Engine
1. Low Mileage
2. Limited service centers
3. No Rear Grab Bars or Backrest for Pillion
4. Not for Everyone
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Review Rating – 7.9/10
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