It is raining special Anniversary Ninjas in Europe. Although most of them may never make their way to India but this special 30th Anniversary Edition of Ninja 300 launched in Europe recently is the only one that may come down sometime.
Ninja 300 is the cheapest motorcycle from Kawasaki in India and is applauded for all what it offers. It already has a lot of inputs from a host of its elder siblings and now this new livery from the machines raced by the factory team in the World Superbike Championship.
In its new anniversary edition, the Ninja 300 does look a lot sporty and adds a bit of freshness to the design we have been seeing for some time.
Apart from the new graphics, the tyres get a special thin strip running around the rim and a special 30th Anniversary identification emblem on the fuel tank which adds an aura of exclusivity to the bike. Although no words have been said about the number of units, but expect it to be limited to just a few hundred.
Other than this, the bike remains the same mechanically. The 296cc twin cylinder mill produces 39PS of power @11000rpm, and 27 Nm of torque @10000rpm. ABS continues to remain as an optional extra.
While the specs seem fairly interesting, the motorcycle lovers in India have been faced with the constant dilemma of choosing between the Ninja 300 and the Duke 390. The KTM has more power and also comes way cheaper than the baby Ninja but Ninja offers pure blend of track racing in a small avatar…
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