Kawasaki Ninja 300 sales have been going strong ever since they slashed its prices and increased local content…
We have already shared an article on what wonders can correct prices do in India. Ninja 300 registered 150 percent growth last financial growth in terms of volumes. And despite the reduced price tag, it helped Kawasaki garner nearly 33 crore of revenue last fiscal as compared to about 17 crore in 2017-18 (revenue considered on the basis of ex-showroom prices) – just about double! (More details)
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Sales
In the month of May 2019, Kawasaki amassed total sales of 174 units which makes it the highest seller in the Jap’s tally and by a big margin. Surprisingly, the second ranker for the brand for the month is ZX 10R with 41 units.
In terms of Ninja’s direct competitors, Yamaha R3 sold zero units and Benelli doesn’t report its numbers to SIAM. Tally for its single cylinder rivals stood up like this – Duke & RC 390 (396 units), CBR250R (54 units), Apache RR 310 (175 units). So, as you can see, Ninja 300 is doing fantastically well – it even equalled numbers with the much cheaper Apache 310.
Recently, Ninja 300 was launched in two new colours Lime Green and Ebony/Metallic Moon Dust Grey’ to keep up the momentum. The best bit is that Kawasaki did not take this as an opportunity to hike prices and the localised Ninja 300 continues to be offered at the very aggressive price tag of Rs 2.98 Lakh ex-showroom, which even undercuts single cylinder motorcycles like BMW G310 GS and G310 R!