Prices for the Kawasaki Ninja 300, Z900, and Versys 650 have been updated for January 2022

Kawasaki currently offers seventeen models in India, with the Ninja 300 starting at Rs 3.24 lakh (ex-showroom)

Almost all Kawasaki models sold in India have had their prices updated. The most recent price increase will take effect on January 1, 2022. The Japanese superbike brand has posted on its social media accounts about the recent price hike, including the most recent prices for all motorcycles.

Kawasaki Ninja 300 Prices in January 2022

The Ninja 300, which is now priced at Rs 3.24 lakh, has seen a 6,000-rupee price increase. The Ninja 650, its elder sibling, is now available for Rs 6.68 lakh instead of Rs 6.61 lakh. The naked version of the 650cc sports bike, the Z650, is priced at 6.24 lakh and hasn’t seen any price changes.

Kawasaki currently offers seventeen models in India,
Kawasaki currently offers seventeen models in India,

Since it hasn’t yet arrived in showrooms, the retro sibling of the Z650, the Z650 RS, hasn’t received any price changes. The price of the modern classic motorcycle is Rs 6.72 lakh. The Vulcan S, Team Green’s only cruiser offering in India, is now available at a price of Rs 6.16 lakh, an increase of Rs 6,000.

Versys 650, Versys 1000, ADV Lineup

The ADV lineup from Kawasaki has also seen a significant price increase. The Versys 650 is now available for Rs 7.15 lakh, while the Versys 1000 costs Rs 11.72 lakh. As a result, the prices have gone up by Rs 22,500 and Rs 17,000, respectively.

Range of Flagships

The Kawasaki W800 is now available for Rs 7.33 lakh. The modern classic roadster was previously priced at Rs 7.08 lakh. The price of the Z900 has been increased by Rs 8,000, bringing it to Rs 8.50 lakh.

The flagship Ninja twins, the 1000SX and ZX10-R, have been reduced in price to Rs 11.51 lakh and Rs 15.37 lakh, respectively. Both sports bikes’ prices have risen by Rs 11,000 and Rs 23,000, respectively.

The flagship motorcycle range in the Kawasaki lineup, the Z H2 and Z H2 SE, has not seen a price increase in the most recent price revisions. Both naked streetfighters are still available for Rs 21.90 lakh and Rs 25.90 lakh. Kawasaki has also left the prices of the brand’s KX dirt bike range unchanged.

The range includes the KX100, KX250, KX450, and KX450R, the latter of which was just released in India. The motorcycles cost Rs 4.88 lakh, Rs 7.99 lakh, Rs 8.59 lakh, and Rs 8.99 lakh, respectively. All of the prices listed are ex-showroom. Kawasaki is planning to release the W175, a new entry-level motorcycle.

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