- It gets cosmetic and feature upgrades
- The 636cc inline four-cylinder engine is now Euro4 compliant
- India launch is uncertain
Kawasaki has revealed the details and pictures of the 2019 version of its supersport motorcycle, the Ninja ZX-6R. The updated version has been thoroughly altered cosmetically while it also receives new electronics features.
The front end of the 2019 Ninja ZX-6R closely resembles that of the newly launched Ninja 400. The sharp nose fairing is accompanied by the twin headlamp unit and an air vent nestles below the windscreen. The side fairing looks similar to that of the Ninja ZX-10R which blends well with the chiseled fuel tank. The sharp and upswept tail section adds to the sleek look of the motorcycle.
Powering the 2019 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R is the same 636cc inline four-cylinder motor which is now compliant to the Euro 4 emission norms. Although the power figures have not been revealed, Kawasaki says the compliance with the new emission norms hasn’t affected the power. So we can expect the similar power delivery as that of the ongoing version.
The set of electronic aids on the 2019 Ninja ZX-6R include traction control, ABS, two riding modes, quickshifter and a 12V charging point. The instruments cluster of the bike has been redesigned and the new semi-analogue unit shows plenty of information.
There are no details about the pricing and its launch. As for the India entry, it’s still uncertain whether Kawasaki will launch the motorcycle here anytime soon.