Ninja 300 is one of the most popular and successful sportbikes from Kawasaki in India. Being a Ninja, the styling is based on its bigger siblings namely ZX-6R and ZX-10R. Ninja 300 is powered by a 300 parallel twin engine which is liquid cooled and has a DOHC design. It produces 39 PS of maximum power and 27 NM of torque making it one of the fastest motorcycles in its segment. It is the first motorcycle in its segment to feature a slipper clutch. Unfortunately, it does not come with ABS in India. The chassis is a steel tube and the front suspension is made up of conventional telescopic forks. The rear has a link-type mono suspension.
296cc parallel twin liquid-cooled DOHC 8-valve.
Link-type mono suspension at the back.
Slipper clutch for smooth hard down shifting.
Ninja 300 is the smallest sportbike from Kawasaki in India from the Ninja lineup. It looks bigger and has a fantastic Supersport styling with twin headlight setup at front on an aerodynamic fairing. The fuel tank is a generous 17 litres which leads to a sporty tail section with a split seat. The fit-n-finish is fantastic and possibly better than everything else in this category. The front suspension is basic telescopic forks while the rear has a link-type mono suspension. Lastly, there's a single disc each at both ends.
Ninja 300 is a fully faired sportbike and puts the rider in a slightly forward lean riding stance to enhance the aerodynamic ability of the bike's design. However, the overall ergonomics are quite comfortable and this small Ninja can be ridden for long distance without trouble. The suspension also does a fine job of providing a plush, yet, stable ride.
Ninja 300's parallel twin 296cc engine is based on an extremely reliable and robust platform. The engine is liquid-cooled with DOHC design and 4 valves per cylinder. It produces 39 PS of power at 11,000 RPM and 27 NM of torque at 10,000 RPM. Not the most powerful in its class but still one of the fastest. The power delivery is exceptionally smooth and linear and it is one of the most rider-friendly beginner sportbikes that one can buy.
Ninja 300 comes with a 6-speed transmission which is one of the best in business. Gearshifts are absolutely smooth and the whole operation is further assisted by a Slipper Clutch which is light and ensures smooth downshifting.
Ninja 300 comes with single disc each at both ends measuring at 290mm and 220mm for the front and rear respectively. Unfortunately, there is no ABS on offer while it is available internationally.
Ninja 300 comes with a generous 17 litres fuel tank which makes it a good choice for long distance riding as well. Overall, a range of around 450 km cam be expected from one full tank.
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