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New Kawasaki Ninja 650R Go Green

Interested in filling the huge gap between expensive litre-class motorcycles and also the 250cc motorcycle segment, Bajaj and India Kawasaki Motors have launched the new Ninja 650R in the Indian market. First off, the truly best part about it - the pricing. The Ninja 650R is yours for Rs 4.57 lakh, ex-showroom, New Delhi. To place things in perspective, a brand new 1,000cc super sports motorcycle can cost you roughly Rs 13.5 lakh, ex-showroom, while a sporty 250cc motorcycle will have the cost in the range of Rs 1.5-3.0 lakh, based on which model you choose. Now, you have the Ninja 650R being an option sitting relating to the two ends of the spectrum, at the cost of a family hatchback. The Ninja 650R really isn’t about all-out performance that pulls your arms out in their respective sockets; it’s intended to be a friendly, practical and comfortable motorcycle that should handle various motorcycling duties with ease.With the price you pay, you get quite a handsome and well-specced bike. The aggression within the design, the sporty detailing and also the all-important big bike feel - they’re all there. The liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine displaces 649cc, makes 71 horsepower and is also tuned to provide good torque throughout, with special emphasis on low-end and mid-range performance. Chassis-wise, the steel trellis frame, the exposed offset rear monoshock along with the twin 300 mm front/single 220 mm disc brakes lend it a nice, sporty character. Particularly worth noting is the fact the 650R trades racy riding ergonomics for an upright, easy-to-reach riding posture that’s comfortable everywhere - whether it is on your own touring trips or your commute. This six-speed motorcycle is also designed with an extensive multi-function display as well as vibration-reducing rubber mounts, improving refinement.

The Ninja 650R
will be available through all Bajaj ProBiking dealerships and will simply be offered within the proper Kawasaki green colour option. When it's this good, we’re hardly complaining. Will this be your newest bike?

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