- To make 38.4bhp
- Will be sold in three colours
- Design remains similar to the BS4 version
Kawasaki India continues to reveal information about the upcoming Ninja 300 BS6 ahead of its launch in the country. In the latest update, Kawasaki India has confirmed that the Ninja 300 BS6 will pack the same power output as the BS4 model. Thus, the 296cc, parallel twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor on the Ninja 300 BS6 will deliver 38.4bhp of maximum power.
Apart from the power output numbers, Kawasaki India has also announced the colour palette for the Ninja 300 BS6. The motorcycle will be sold in three paint options – Lime Green with Kawasaki Racing Team graphics, Lime Green with Ebony, and Ebony. The latter two will feature honeycomb graphics and bold ‘Ninja’ decal on the side fairing.
The styling cues and the hardware, on the other hand, will be similar to the BS4 version, and the latest iteration of the Ninja 300 will continue to use a twin-pod headlight at the front, a semi-digital instrument cluster, a muscular fuel tank, split-style seats, and a chrome heatshield on the exhaust. The cycle parts will include telescopic front forks, rear mono-shock, disc brakes on both ends, and a dual-channel ABS.
Kawasaki India dealerships have commenced the pre-bookings for the motorcycle. The company is yet to announce the launch, although we could hear it very soon.