Kawasaki India is the latest automaker to join the list of companies that have announced the price hike from January 2021. Kawasaki India has released the price list and product portfolio which comes into effect from 1st January.
Notably, all the booking which will be made on or before 31st December 2020 will be honored. So, the customers who book the bikes on or before the following date will have to pay current ex-showroom prices.
From 2021, the Kawasaki Ninja 650 will cost ₹6.39 lakh whereas its street counterpart, the Z650 will cost ₹6.04 lakh. The bigger Z900 naked superbike will set you back by ₹8.19 lakh, while the popular sport-touring motorcycle Ninja 1000SX will cost slightly higher at ₹11.04 lakh. Similarly, the rest of the products in the range such as Vulcan S, Versys 650, Versys 1000, W800, and more, will cost higher from next year. The famous KLX 450R will now cost ₹8.49 lakh for customers.
The Kawasaki has already updated the Ninja 600 model with a BS6 variant. And now they are planning to update the Ninja 300 model soon.
Kawasaki in India uses its own 40,000 sqft facility to assemble the following motorcycles – the Z250, Ninja 300, Ninja 400, Ninja 650, Z650, Versys 650, ZX-10R, and the Ninja 1000. Some are CKDs while the others are SKDs, which has given them extremely competitive pricing. While globally, Kawasaki has interests in other automotive segments like ATVs and Watercraft, its Indian arm sells only motorcycles in India.