Though it hasn’t been confirmed, it is speculated that the motorcycle was being transported to the Tokyo Motor Show.
The new Ninja 650 gets an updated fascia, making it more aligned with the current generation of motorcycle such as the Ninja 400 and the Ninja ZX6R.
Kawasaki dealerships too are offering their own discounts. Anzen Kawasaki, Mumbai is offering benefits of up to Rs 1.71 lakh on the Kawasaki Ninja 1000.
It seems like Kawasaki is going the way of its Ninja H2 sportbike and H2R track-only bike with the new roadster.
The motorcycle is expected to be launched as early as 2020, with its global debut at the Kawasaki Bike Week in March or April 2020.
The motorcycle is equipped with a 998CC four-cylinder engine which makes 203PS of maximum power.
The Z900RS is now available in two paint options, including plain black and dark green with yellow stripes.
The patent images are simple sketches which do not reveal anything about the bike’s appearance.
The ZX-25R, as it is dubbed, is reported to be an inline-four powered 250cc motorcycle.
The bike comes to India via the CKD (Completely knocked down) route and will be locally assembled. In terms of cosmetics, the bike remains unchanged except for a few stickers.
A happy-go-twisty right wrist will have you lifting up the front of the bike with a fair amount of ease.
The bike is built on an aluminium Twin-spar frame, along with an aluminium swingarm.
The images reveal that the bike will be equipped with an electric motor and an L-shaped battery pack.
The patents show that the frame is designed in a way that the left side can be completely removed between the steering head and swingarm bearings.
The bike in the drawing may look conventional, but that obviously won't be the case. The fuel tank hides the batteries that will power the motor, which sits at the bottom of the bike
From retro fanatics, to the outdoorsy Adventure tourers, everyone wants something at a smaller capacity so as to be able to enter the segment at a more affordable cost.
The Kawasaki is nothing like the docile little 300. The 399cc engine may not be as refined as the Ninja 300, but vibrations are minimal.
Kawasaki showcases the 2019 Z400 naked bike at the Milan motorcycle expo. The Z400 shares its chassis and mechanicals with the Ninja 400.
Like the new 2019 Versys 650 launched recently, the new Z650 and Z900 retain the styling of its predecessors, apart from some graphic changes.
The bike receives new colour options, Metallic Grey and Metallic Flat Spark Black.
Although the company has not made an official announcement, it has filed new emissions documents with the California Air Resources Board.
Three years after the launch of the sportsbike, the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer announced a new breed of the Ninja H2 at the 2018 Bonneville Speed Week.
The Kawasaki Z900RS earlier came with two retro paint options- Candytone Orange and Candytone Brown
Three new variants of the popular Kawasaki Ninja 650 will be launched in India starting from Rs 5.49 lakhs.
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