Kawasaki Z400 is coming and these will blow the KTM Duke 390 and BMW G 310R

Kawasaki Z400 is coming and these will blow the KTM Duke 390 and BMW G 310R 

Kawasaki is launching the new Z400 as replacement for the Z300 that was discontinued in India last year. Ninja 300 was replaced by the new Ninja 400 in many markets but for the unknown reasons the launch of Kawasaki Z400 has been postponed.

Kawasaki Z400

Since launch, Ninja 400 has not received a good response, and considering its weird pricing it is between the Ninja 300 and the Ninja 650. Another reason that the sales of this sportsbike are low is that the Value for Money Pricing of KTM RC 390 We expect that the price of the Z400 will be accurate.

Z400 can have 399 cc, twin-cylinder fuel injected engine, which will output 47.5 bhp and 38 nm. This engine plays a 6-speed gearbox and the slipper clutch will also be standard. The braking work in it consists of 2-piston caliper 310 mm front disc and 220 mm disc in rear.
Kawasaki Z400

The Dual Channel is ABS standard in the Kawasaki Z400 and has LED lighting in both headlamps and tail lamps. There is a 41mm telescopic front and mono shocker rear suspension. It will be expected that its suspension will be tuned for sporty handling.

The Kawasaki Z400 will have full digital instrument cluster and its handlaber will be a single piece unit and its sewing Ninja will be higher than 400. Kawasaki will compete with the KTM Duke 390 and BMW G 310R in the Z400 market. The estimated cost of the Z400 can be more than 4 lakhs. It is still more expensive than the KTM 390 Duke and BMW G310 R because their prices are 2.40 lakh and 2.99 lakh respectively.

Meanwhile, where we do not have to wait much for the Z400 because Kawasaki will probably unveil this bike at this year's EICMA show. In India launch can be next year. The company plans to make this bike a production hub for India for African and Latin American markets. This means that the Ninja 400 and Z400 will be quite localized in India. Hence the price of Ninja 300 may be lower.


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