LAUNCH ALERT – New Kawasaki W175 Launched at 1.47 Lac; Cheaper Than Ronin

Kawasaki W175 price makes it the most affordable motorcycle from the Jap. It joins the retro classic motorcycle craze that is at its peak at the moment…

So, Kawasaki India have finally launched their new 2022 Kawasaki W175 retro-themed motorcycle in India in the segment where Indian big names have recently added their own retro offerings – TVS Ronin & Royal Enfield Hunter 350

The new W175 is the most affordable motorcycle being offered by the Japanese manufacturer and is offered in 2 variants, introduced at an introductory price of Rs. 1,47,000/- (ex-showroom). 

2022 Kawasaki W175 Price & Colours

The colour & price details were already leaked and we reported it a few days ago. The leaks reported were correct, and the pricing and colours detailed were accurate. 

Kawasaki India are offering the new W175 retro bike at an introductory price of Rs. 1,47,000/- for the Standard Variant, while the Special Edition is being offered at Rs. 1,49,000/- (ex-showroom)

This introductory pricing announced means that Kawasaki have attempted to slot their new modern-retro bike just below the rivalling TVS Ronin & Hunter 350. However, it is revealed that this pricing is introductory, so there will be some hike brought to these numbers in due time. 

The main difference between the 2 new variants is actually the colour schemes. The Ebony colour is an all-Black option where except for the rims, rear shocks and headlight bezels, the whole bike is Blacked-out to give it the stealth look.

The Special Edition is being offered in a unique Candy Persimmon Red consisting of bright Candy Red contrasted with black on the tank, seat, engine casing etc. There is also added their iconic chrome ‘W’ emblem on either side of the tank highlighting their long-standing W legacy. 

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2022 Kawasaki W175 – Highlights & Features

Kawasaki W175 price
  • The new Kawasaki W175 carries the old-school design language of the big-brother W800 motorcycle from their lineup. 
  • The W175 is built on a Highly Rigid Semi-Double Cradle Frame  which the company says is highly customisable due to its simple design. 
  • Connected to this frame are 30 mm telescopic forks with 110 mm travel at the front, coupled with dual-hydraulic type shock absorbers with 64 mm of travel at the rear. 
  • Beating at the heart of the new W175 is Kawasaki’s 177 cc, SOHC, 2-valve motor producing a modest 12.8 HP at 7,500 RPM & 13.2 Nm at 6000 RPM.
  • Stopping ability is facilitated by 270 mm petal-style disc setup at the front combined with drum setup at the rear. 
  • The power is put down through a 5-speed transmission system with a standard clutch system. 
  • Ground Clearance – 165 mm
  • Seat Height – 790 mm
  • Curb Weight – 135 kg
  • Fuel Capacity – 12 L