2020 Ninja 400 Launched; Gets 2 New Limited Colour Variants

Internationally, the Ninja 400 is the successor of the 300

2020 Ninja 400 price has remained the same and Kawasaki is thankfully not charging any premium on this already high price tag…

Kawasaki India has announced the launch of two new colour options for its lightweight sports champion Ninja 400. The bike is now being offered in Metallic Spark Black/Lime Green and Lime Green/Ebony (KRT edition) colours.

So far, Ninja 400 was available in a single green colour. Being from Ninja Supersports family, Ninja 400 is brilliant in performance and handling. By offering it in new shades Kawasaki intends to expand its reach and wants to lend it a bit of freshness.

The Metallic Spark Black/Lime Green colour scheme features a metallic black base shade with lime green highlights followed by black “Ninja” badging on the fairing in big fonts. On the other hand, the Lime Green/Ebony (KRT edition – Kawasaki Racing Team) colour is similar to the standard Lime Green shade but gets additional red highlights at the bottom similar to the 2020 Ninja ZX-10R that was launched recently. It also gets ‘400’ badging finished in gold.

2020 Ninja 400 price

Besides the new colour schemes, the motorcycle remains the same and is packed with a 399 cc, liquid-cooled, parallel twin motor which makes 49 PS of power at 10,000 rpm and 38 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm. The 6-speed gearbox comes with a slipper clutch and the claimed top speed is 160 km/h. Suspension duties are taken care by 41 mm telescopic forks at the front and a gas-charged monoshock damper at the rear. Braking is via single 310 mm front disc and a 220 mm rear rotor. Dual channel ABS is standard.

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2020 Ninja 400 Price

Kawasaki is selling these motorcycles for no price hike and they will continue to be on offer at Rs 4.99 lakh ex-showroom pan-India.

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It must be known that Kawasaki will produce only 10 units (each) of both the colours and if you are interested in getting these limited edition models, you can contact your local dealerships.

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