Kawasaki adds a lightweight street focused contender to the impressive Ninja range: the all new Ninja 400.
An impressive, sharp-looking, accessible sports model offering excitement and ease of riding. The all new Ninja 400 is Street born, Track inspired.
Kawasaki Ninja 400 - first video | IAMABIKER
The Kawasaki Ninja 400 has just been unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show and here is the first official video from the company.
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It replaces the Ninja 300
This makes the Ninja 400 as the brand’s entry-level sportsbike
The 'large-volume bodywork' resembles the Ninja 650
offers better wind protection to the rider
Also gets styling influence from the mighty H2
chin spoiler, tail cowl, swingarm mounting plate and the lightweight steel trellis frame
Ninja 650 instrument panel seen here
Comes with all-around LED treatment
including headlamps and the taillights
The fuel tank is smaller than that of the 300
3.6 gallons against the 4.5 of the 300
The 399cc powerplant is all-new
and will pump out 45 hp of peak power
It gets a new Assist & Slipper clutch
Nissin brake units are the best-in-class
Enough to get the upper hand in the entry-level sports bike segment
Beefier 41mm forks makes the scene here
replace the 37mms’ used on the previous editions
The 5-spoked wheels add to the lightweight program
gives improved lateral rigidity and cornering stability
It qualified for Japan’s sub-400cc license class
And make it accessible for A2 license holders
Comes with a host of acccessories
including larger windshield, Akrapovic exhaust, ERGO-FIT high seat, tank bag, tank pad, radiator screen, frame sliders, wheel rim tape, pillion seat cover, helmet lock and U-lock.