Kawasaki motorcycles to get costlier from August 1
If you are a prospective buyer of Kawasaki in India, then it’s time to act fast because most Kawasaki bikes will soon get more expensive.
India Kawasaki Motors has shared a new price list of its motorcycles which will be applicable from August 1, 2021. Most mid-to-high capacity Kawasaki bikes, which make up for the majority of the Japanese company’s sales, will witness a price hike.
The only consumer bikes not getting a price hike are the base Ninja 300 and the top-of-the-line Z H2 series. Also, the KLX110 and KLZ140G, which are dual-sport bikes and not available for open sale, will not get dearer.
India’s most beloved litre-class supersport, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, will witness the steepest price hike at Rs 15,000 post August 1. The full updated price list can be seen below:
|Kawasaki India Model||Current Price||New Price||Price Hike|
|Ninja 650||₹ 6,54,000||₹ 6,61,000||₹ 7,000|
|Ninja 1000SX||₹ 11,29,000||₹ 11,40,000||₹ 11,000|
|Ninja ZX-10R||₹ 14,99,000||₹ 15,14,000||₹ 15,000|
|Z650||₹ 6,18,000||₹ 6,24,000||₹ 6,000|
|Z900||₹ 8,34,000||₹ 8,42,000||₹ 8,000|
|Versys 650||₹ 7,08,000||₹ 7,15,000||₹ 7,000|
|Versys 1000||₹ 11,44,000||₹ 11,55,000||₹ 11,000|
|Vulcan S||₹ 6,04,000||₹ 6,10,000||₹ 6,000|
|W800||₹ 7,19,000||₹ 7,26,000||₹ 7,000|