Kawasaki India announces price hike for its two-wheelers, check details

The Kawasaki company has notified that the prices of its two-wheelers will be revised from January 1, 2022. The new information was shared by the company through its social networks. The most recent price increase will be applied across the company’s portfolio in India.

Customers who reserve the bike by December 31 and collect delivery within 45 days of booking would qualify for the existing ex-showroom price, according to the Japanese automaker’s Indian branch.

The Ninja 300, Kawasaki India’s most popular model, will increase by Rs 6,000 to Rs 3,24,000 from the current price of Rs 3,18,000. The more capable Ninja 650 will cost Rs 6,000 more, while the new Z650RS will cost Rs 6,72,000 more. All prices are in US dollars and are ex-showroom in Delhi.

Here is the detailed updated price list of Kawasaki India models as of January 1, 2022:

Ninja 300: ₹324,000 (was ₹318,000)

Ninja 650: ₹6,68,000 (was ₹6,61,000)

Z650: ₹624,000 (from ₹624,000)

Z650RS: ₹6,72,000 (from ₹6,65,000)

Vulcan S: ₹6 16,000 (vs ₹6 10,000)

Versys 650: ₹715,000 (vs. ₹715,000)

Versys 1000: ₹11,72,000 (was ₹11,55,000)

Ninja 1000SX: ₹11,51,000 (was ₹11,40,000)

Ninja ZX-10R: ₹15,37,000 (vs. ₹15,14,000)

W800: ₹733,000 (from ₹726,000)

Z900: ₹8,50,000 (was ₹8,42,000)

Z H2: ₹21,900,000 (was ₹21,900,000)

Z H2 SE: ₹25,900,000 (was ₹25,900,000)

KX100: ₹4,87,800 (from ₹4,87,800)

KX250: ₹7.99000 (was ₹7.99000)

KX450: ₹8,59,000 (from ₹8,59,000)

KLX450R: ₹8,99,000 (was ₹8,99,000)

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