- Powered by a 398cc parallel-twin motor
- Features retro styling
- Gets a digital console and LED headlight
Kawasaki has revived the Eliminator name and launched the latest model in Japan. It’s available in two trims: standard and SE. Here’s what the 2023 Kawasaki Eliminator looks like.
The latest version of the Kawasaki Eliminator retains old-school styling and rivals the Honda Rebel 350. It features a round LED headlight, a bulky fuel tank, and a partially exposed frame. It also gets a split seat setup and thorough cruiser stance.
Powering the new Eliminator is a 398cc parallel-twin motor with the output rated at 47bhp and 37Nm. The engine is linked to a six-speed gearbox. Kawasaki has equipped its latest cruiser with a fully digital instrument console. It gets a speedometer, odometer, trip meter, and various other essential readouts.
On the hardware front, the Kawasaki Eliminator rides on gaitered telescopic front forks and dual rear shocks while the braking hardware consists of a single front and rear disc with ABS. It’s mounted on an 18-inch front and a 16-inch rear alloy.
In Japan, Kawasaki has priced the new Eliminator cruiser at JPY 7,50,000 (approximately Rs 4.64 lakh sans taxes). And considering the model’s presence in the market previously, we expect the brand to bring it to India.