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Reasons To Buy The Cheapest Kawasaki In India – Z250

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Kawasaki undressed faired Ninjas to go naked. Z250 – naked 250 – is the cheapest Kawasaki available for a price of Rs 2.99 lakh ex-showroom Delhi, making it to stand at premium than Rs 3 lakh (on-road) for the most of cities. However, price difference between Ninja 300 and Z250 are something upwards to Rs 50,000. For those who think the practicality for plying on our roads is more important than a track-specific bike, these naked machines come into the picture. Apparently, Ninja maybe a better option for many, but it lies low on the comfort while eating up long distance trips and even the daily commuting in snarling traffic. So, a viable replacement for that entry-level sports machine of [...]

Kawasaki Ninja H2 Is India Bound

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Kawasaki has their biggest feast at EICMA 2014, and the bike maker unveiled H2 as the new competitor of litre bike segment. Derived from the H2R concept which wowed every single admirer a week before than production version was unveiled, it became slightly toned down before reaching the production bay. But the good news is, Kawasaki intended to bring it to us in India soon during 2015; launch may apparently be in the month of February or March. Expected price can be anything around Rs 32 lakh ex-showroom Delhi. Arguably, it is one of the most futuristic bikes produced by company. With the sharp angular edges and tech-burgeoned modernized looks makes it a worth to own for the money. In the belly, [...]

Kawasaki Z250SL Is Serious Naked Fun

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Kawasaki strikes a chord with the Indian market as a bike maker that also engages the same powerful excitement even for down the line customers. Not to be shied away, the Ninja 250, which now has turned to 300 nomenclature, is a one of the most looked upon bike in this country, but in Europe and its counterparts they perceive it just another piece of entry-level biking segment. In the rift to counter on rivals from the quarter-liter category from markets like India and other such – who prefer biking as the major commuter in the automotive industry – a single-cylinder engine in the belly of small Kawasakis would also do, which in return would considerably being down the prices and make the [...]

Kawasaki Versys 1000 Launched In India For Rs 12.9 Lakh

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Finally, Kawasaki managed to complete its line-up with an adventure-touring bike which was lacking since it made the debut. With the ongoing expansion of market and better awareness of the products – due to availability of numerous international bike brands in the country – it was suitable for the Kawasaki to launch Versys 1000 in the country. Now, the Suzuki V-Strom that was selling unparalleled in the segment got a tough contender from the Japan. As the company has just revised the Versys 1000 for international market, which the same is launched in India, arrives with horizontal headlamps and air vent smartly tucked between them. In the belly, Versys 1000 stores a 1043cc, liquid-cooled, [...]

New Bikes Unveiled At EICMA 2014: Part 2

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Article by Hamza Ansari
As said EICMA 2014 gunned the most aspiring models of industry, a one whole list wasn’t enough to make up the moment. So another list is penned to complete the dose of excitement and nurturing throttling-extravaganza. Scroll down to learn them in detail. Kawasaki 1400 GTR The biggest Kawasaki combined of sports and touring, for 2015, got the electronic-controlled windscreen, better sculpted seats for pillion and rider both with better ground reach for rider. Yamaha YZF R1 This new Yamaha R1 gets slimmer and lighter engine with a power bump of 17.75bhp at 197.27bhp. The 998cc 4-cylinder (liquid cooled) engine is racy enough to sweep past at racetrack. Yamaha R1 M Yamaha R1 M too is based on [...]
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