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Kawasaki Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 15 Lakh

Kawasaki Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 15 Lakh - Find out the new and upcoming Kawasaki motorcycles or bikes under Rs 15 Lakh with their expected price and launched date in India. We've compiled a list of all the forthcoming Kawasaki Motors motorcycles, along with estimated pricing and approximate debut dates. 1 motorcycles are expected to be released in -22, including the &evot E-Bike. Find information about the most recent bike debuts in India, as well as a pricing list.

Kawasaki W175

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Kawasaki W175

Expected Price

Rs. 1.75 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Nov,

About Upcoming Kawasaki W175 - For the first time, the Kawasaki W175 has been sighted testing in India. It is likely to be released in India in the middle of , with a price tag of approximately Rs 1.75 lakh (ex-showroom). The test mule clearly shows that the India-spec vehicle would have a fuel-injection system. The carburetted 177cc air-cooled engine generates 13PS at 7,500rpm and 13.2Nm at 6,000rpm, according to international standards. The fuel-injection technology should enhance throttle responsiveness, which, when combined with the engine's counterbalancer and 5-speed transmission, should provide for a pleasant ride.

A single-channel ABS is also installed on the test mule, which is connected to the 220mm disc up front. At the back, it has a drum brake. A telescopic front fork and a set of preload-adjustable rear shock absorbers support the motorbike. The test mule has Ceat tyres on both ends to keep costs down. The India-specific version Due to the addition of ABS and fuel injection, the Kawasaki W175 is expected to weigh a few kilos more than the 126kg Indonesian model. Even then, it will be the lightest vintage bike available. This, along with the 780mm seat height, should make it manageable for shorter riders.

Kawasaki Z400

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Kawasaki Z400

Expected Price

Rs. 4 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Kawasaki Z400 - The Kawasaki Z400 is now available with two new colour combinations: black/orange and black/green. Without the fairing, the Z400 is simply a Ninja 400. As a result, it uses the same 399cc parallel-twin engine, which produces 49PS and 38Nm of torque at 8000rpm. The suspension arrangement remains unchanged, with a telescopic fork in front and a monoshock in the back.

The streetfighter should be available by the end of this year or the first part of next year, according to Kawasaki. The bike's pricing is expected to be approximately Rs 4.5 lakh (ex-showroom), which is Rs 50,000 less expensive than the completely faired model. The Kawasaki Z400 competes with the KTM 390 Duke, BMW G 310 R, Honda CB300R, and the Yamaha MT-03, which is expected to be released soon.

Kawasaki Ninja 400

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Kawasaki Ninja 400

Expected Price

Rs. 4.99 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Oct,

About Upcoming Kawasaki Ninja 400 - Kawasaki has announced holiday specials for the Ninja 400. A discount of Rs 58,950 is available on the bike's ex-showroom price, as well as accessories, insurance, and registration. The Ninja 400 now comes with two new colours from Kawasaki. Only 10 pieces of each of the new colours are available. Thankfully, there has been no price increase, and the motorbike remains the most costly product in its class at Rs 4.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The increase in price is related to changes in foreign currency rates and the cost of raw materials. The Ninja 400 is just Rs 70,000 less costly than the Z650.

Kawasaki Z650RS

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Kawasaki Z650RS

Expected Price

Rs. 6.35 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Kawasaki Z650RS - The Z650RS is believed to be the next Kawasaki retro motorbike that has been teased. The bike is expected to be released in India by the end of this year or early in 2023, with a price tag of about Rs 6.35 lakh (ex-showroom).

The motorcycle's bodywork might be similar to that of the Z900RS, with a twin-pod semi-digital instrument cluster. It'll be driven by the same 649cc parallel-twin engine as the Z650, with similar output numbers of 68PS and 64Nm. The Kawasaki Z650's foundations (telescopic front fork, rear monoshock, twin 300mm petal discs with axial callipers up front, and a 220mm petal disc with dual-channel ABS in the back) may also be carried over. In the next weeks, the Kawasaki Z650RS might make its global premiere. The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the Honda CB650R will be its main competitors.