The bike maker from Japan is known for dropping big surprises whether it is in terms of overpricing its products like the new Z900RS and Ninja 400, or introducing other products at unbelievable pricing like for the Z900 and Z650. This year, the company has already launched a number of new products including the Z900 RS, Ninja H2 SX and SE, and the Vulcan S. Now the company has announced the plans of locally assembling the Ninja ZX-10R, importing kits directly from Japan. This will significantly bring down the pricing of the green litre-class superbike.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R new price:
It is not long since Honda announced similar plans for the Fireblade, as a result, the bike became the most affordable litre-class superbike presently which is priced at Rs 14.78 lakh. Assembling the Ninja ZX-10R at the company’s plant near Chakan, Pune will only make it even more affordable than the Honda Fireblade. And as per reports, the bike will then be priced under Rs 14 lakh.
The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R is among one of the most famous superbikes not only in India but around the world. The bike has given made Kawasaki an undisputed champion in the world of WSBK championship. Jonathan Rea, has won the last three world championships in a row riding the Kawasaki ZX-10R.