Kawasaki Motors India has finally unwrapped the most-awaited BS6-updated version of the Ninja 650. The sporty bike is available at Rs 6.24 lakh (ex-showroom). The company has already declared to assemble the bike locally in the country to keep the price reasonable. Previously, the bike was expected to come at 6.75 lakh. However, the fans are excited about the bike after the price reveal.
The company has already commenced the bookings at its dealerships across the Indian automotive market. The customers can also visit the official website for more details on bookings. The deliveries are still not started due to the current lockdown situation. The plant will deliver the units as soon as the nationwide operations begin.
Compared to the previous version, the bike has received a price hike of approximately Rs 35,000. However, it won’t matter to the Kawasaki fans. The sporty looks and underpinnings of the bike have made it a successful model in India. The bike has received few exterior updates, which makes it more attractive and bold. It comes with an innovated front fascia. It gets some elements from the Ninja 400, ZX-6R and Versys 1000.
The all-new 2020 version appears to be bolder from the side section similar to the Ninja 650. It is integrated with a new windshield highlighted with the overhead cowl. At the rear, the bike gets more extended and edgewise comfortable pillion seat. It is available in two attractive shades: Lime Green and Pearl White. The bike weighs 196kg and highlights 15-litre fuel tanks.
Additionally, the 2020 Ninja 650 comes with Dunlop Sportmax Roadsport 2 tyres as standard. It is integrated with a new 4.3-inch full-TFT instrument console which supports Bluetooth, GPS logs and various smartphone connectivity. The company has improved its features to deliver great riding experience to its customers.
The sportbike is powered by the same 649cc, liquid-cooled, the parallel-twin engine which is capable of making 66.4bhp of max power at 8000rpm and 64Nm of torque at 6700rpm. It is combined with new intake and exhaust set up as well. The suspension and braking system remains the same compared to BS4 version. The company will soon reveal the upcoming BS6 Z650 and Z900 soon in India.
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