India Kawasaki Motor has launched the MY20 edition of the Ninja ZX-10R in India. The litre-class supersport now carries a price tag of Rs 13.99 lakhs (Ex-showroom, Delhi) which is Rs 31,000 cheaper than the current out-going model. The company claims to have achieved this competitive pricing despite using the best materials along with advanced technologies, without compromising on quality. The motorcycle continues to be sold in India via the CKD (Completely Knocked Down) route.
While the overall design of the motorcycle remains almost the same, the MY20 Ninja ZX010R receives a few red accents on the fairing to differentiate it from the previous model. The most notable change, however, is in the mechanical aspect of the motorcycle. Powered by the same 998cc inline-four liquid-cooled motor, it has now received a slight bump taking the max power output to 200.2bhp and 210bhp with RAM air intake. The engine also has been updated with finger-follower valve actuation for a lighter and more reliable setup and red painted cylinder head cover. The cylinder head is now ready to accept a high lift cam without any changes. Lastly, the slick six-speed constant mesh gearbox is now accompanied by a Kawasaki Quick Shifter-Dual Direction quick-shifter for clutch-less shifts.
Customers who had pre-booked the MY20 Ninja ZX-10R can expect the delivery of their motorcycles mid-June onwards. The flagship SuperSport continues to come with Kawasaki’s electronic goodies that include sport traction control, cornering management system, electronic throttle valves, engine brake control, three riding modes and ABS.
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