2 lakh - 5 lakh INR, 500cc to 1000cc, Kawasaki, Launch in 2017, tourer

Kawasaki Ninja 650

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Kawasaki Ninja 650 price, launch, specification, features

The new Ninja 650 has been unveiled at the INTERMOT show, Cologne.

Here are full details about the bike.

 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

News : INTERMOT 2016
Latest Industry buzz:New Kawasaki Ninja 650 should be launched in India next year.
Expected price (ex-showroom, Delhi):Rs. 5.25 lakhs
Mileage25 kmpl
0-100 km/h< 5 sec*
Top speed210 kmph*
Launch date:2017
ManufacturerKawasaki
Bike segmentTourer
Displacement category500cc to 1000cc
Price category2 lakh to 5 lakh
Colours availableMetallic Spark Black,  Candy Burnt Orange
Competition

SPECIFICATION

Engine649cc,  4-stroke Parallel Twin
Power69 hp
Torque65.7 Nm
Transmission6-speed
Frame/ChassisHigh tensile steel trellis
CoolingLiquid cooled
BrakesFront: Semi-floating dual 300mm petal discs with 2 piston caliper.
Rear: Single 220mm petal disc, single piston caliper
ABS:  Yes
Wheel & TireFront:120/70Z-R17
Rear:160/60-ZR17
SuspensionFront: 41mm telescopic fork
Rear: Horizontal Back-link, gas-charged, with preload adjustment

DIMENSIONS, DESIGN FEATURES AND VARIANTS AVAILABLE

 

Length: 2055 mm

Width: 740 mm

Height: 1135 mm

Seat height: 790 mm

Wheelbase: 1410 mm

Ground clearance: 130 mm

Kerb weight: 193 kg

Fuel  tank capacity: 15 litres

Some features

Instrument console: Digital-Analogue

Headlight: Twin

Apart from the new Euro-4 compliant engine, the new Ninja 650 gets a sharper design, better instrument console and ABS.

 *expected

 Kawasaki Ninja 650 UBI report

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Kawasaki has unveiled the 2017 Ninja 650 at the INTERMOT show, Cologne. The bike sharper design, Euro-4 complaint engine and added features.

New changes make the Ninja 650 look more like the Ninja 300 and updated Ninja 1000. Its headlamps and side fairing are now much sharper, and the rear has been redesigned accommodating smaller seats. The handlebar is still raised so as to be within touring-friendly class.

With the new cosmetics (and enhanced sports nature), the Ninja 650 should appeal to a wider audience in India. Launch will take place next year.

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