The Kawasaki Ninja 400 offers a section level sports bike which will unquestionably speak to new riders searching for new riders and also riders hoping to update their game riding abilities. The Kawasaki Ninja 400 gets refreshed styling which is more in accordance with whatever is left of the Kawasaki super sport family, taking plan prompts from a few of the bigger Ninjas, including the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, and even the Kawasaki Ninja H2. With new LED headlights and H2-enlivened jaw spoiler, the new Ninja 400 unquestionably looks engaging and more like a middleweight sport bike. The instrument board is new as well, and is imparted to the Ninja 650. The vast volume bodywork makes the Ninja 400 resemble a greater machine than it really is. At the back is a LED taillight configuration enlivened by the ZX-10R. The bicycle will be accessible just in one shading, the Kawasaki Racing Team (KRT) green shade.
The 399 cc, parallel-twin motor makes 44.4 bhp at 10,000 rpm and 38 Nm of pinnacle torque kicking in at 8,000 rpm. As indicated by Kawasaki, the new Ninja 400’s motor offers expanded execution at all rpms, contrasted with the Ninja 300, with smooth and unsurprising throttle reaction. The motor has new bore and stroke estimations, a refreshed admission and fumes framework, lighter produced cams, and a lighter and littler slip and help grasp.
The brakes on the Ninja 400 have been refreshed as well, and now get a major 310 mm petal circle at the front grasped by a double cylinder caliper. It’s the biggest front circle in its class, and at the back is a solitary 220 mm plate. Double channel ABS is standard.
The suspension is new also, and utilizes a 41 mm adaptive front fork at the front and a gas-accused stun of movable preload at the back. At 168 kg kerb weight, the Ninja 400 is lighter than the Ninja 300 by 6 kg.
The Kawasaki Ninja 400 is gathered in India at Kawasaki’s plant in Chakan and estimated at ₹ 4.69 lakh (ex-showroom) and that makes it a marginally expensive suggestion contrasted with any semblance of the Yamaha YZF-R3, the KTM RC 390, and the Benelli 302R, which are its nearest matches, despite the fact that the Kawasaki is the most costly among these four bicycles. With colossal street nearness and superport styling enlivened by Kawasaki’s greater models from the Ninja run, the Ninja 400 guarantees a fledgling’s sportbike with ordinary flexibility.