Kawasaki Ninja 650 OverviewJanuary 26, 2018
The 2017 Kawasaki Ninja 650, is the latest addition to the ZX-10R Supersport Supersport inspired design, featuring a sidelight profile and a rear-end update. The ergonomics on the bike has been changed with a new seating position and a low seat height. The Ninja 650 is powered by a 649 cc two-cylinder parallel engine with a power output of 67 hp and a torque of 65.7 Nm. Considering that the bike has a 15kg bucket and a 15kg bumper for the rims and one arm. The ABS system is installed by default, and the new digital device console has a shift indicator. Rate at Rs 5.69 Lakh (Ex-Delhi Showroom) is a Kawasaki Ninja 650 2017 more expensive than the exit model.
About Kawasaki Ninja 650
Kawasaki Ninja 650 was the most affordable “big bike” when it was first introduced in India. It provided an intoxicating performance without intimidation, and connecting Kawasaki with Bajaj’s Probiking showrooms made the sales and service footprint the biggest on a big bike.
Lived until 2017 and the new Ninja 650 debuted this time through Kawasaki’s stand-alone showrooms. Bikes from other brands near the showroom are missing and there is no “big bike” feeling of the new Ninja 650. This new trellis frame brings the Ninja on a diet and the Ninja 650 smaller and easier it feels easier than Manage result. There’s another option in the form of the Z650, but the Ninja 650 is absolutely worth the name if you just look at it. Allegedly belonging to the ZX-10R. There’s no big difference in performance and torque, but the sporty ergonomics and the more compact driving position let you ride harder.
It is currently available in two color schemes: blue blue, but also blue and KRT-inspired Kawasaki Racing. Green has been interrupted since the beginning of 2018.
The Ninja 650 competes with the Benelli TNT600i, the Honda CBR650F and the Hyosung GT650R, though they all cover a wide range of prices.
Ninja 650 is the most impressive range of double cylinders of the Japanese manufacturer in terms of value and performance. It has the same 649cc (now Euro4 compliant) engine that produces 67.2hp and 65.7Nm of torque. It is 18 kg lighter than its predecessor. Kawasaki Ninja 650 in 2017 competitors CBR650F, Hyosung GT650R and Benelli TNT600i in the Indian market.