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Kawasaki Ninja 400, Ninja 650 and other models receive a price hike – Complete List

Kawasaki has hiked up the prices of its several modes by up to 7%. Here is the complete and revised price list of all the models affected.

Kawasaki India has hiked prices of 11 models in the Indian lineup, by up to 7%. The models affected include Ninja 400, Ninja 650, Z900, Versys 1000 and many more. The hike range starts from Rs 1,900 to Rs 3.80 Lakhs.

A good thing that the prices of Ninja 300 remain unaffected. Other models include Ninja ZX-6R, Versys X-300, Versys 650, ZX-14R have been excluded from this price hike.

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The prices have been hiked due to the rising cost of raw materials and fluctuations in the foreign rates. The hike had been announced last month, but the prices have been revealed now.

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Following is the new price list of the affected Kawasaki motorcycles:

ModelsUpdated Prices (Rs) (ex-showroom)
Ninja 4004.99 Lakhs
Ninja 6505.89 Lakhs
650 KRT5.99 Lakhs
Z6505.69 Lakhs
Vulcan S5.49 Lakhs
Z9007.77 Lakhs
Z900RS15.70 Lakhs
Ninja 100010.29 Lakhs
Versys 100010.89 Lakhs
Ninja H2 SX22.89 Lakhs
H234.99 Lakhs
H2 Carbon41.79 Lakhs
Ninja H2 R75.80 Lakhs

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Ninja H2R has received the highest price of Rs 3.80 Lakhs, which was earlier priced at Rs 72 Lakhs. Z900 receives the least hike of Rs 1900, earlier priced for Rs Rs 7.68 Lakhs.

The Ninja 400 has received a price hike of nearly Rs 30,000, which makes the costly motorcycle even more premium. Ninja 650 sees an increase of Rs 40,000, priced earlier at Rs 5.49 Lakhs.

Kawasaki Ninja 300 continues to be sold at Rs 2.98 Lakhs (all prices ex-showroom India). It is the most affordable and best-selling motorcycle from the Japanese manufacturer.

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The prices of Ninja 300 are now cheaper because of its localized parts, which account up to nearly 40%. The latest version of the bike saw a price decrease of nearly Rs 62,000.

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