Kawasaki Ninja
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Kawasaki Ninja User Reviews

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₹ 1,70,000 - ₹ 12,20,000
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The Ninja is a great bike for those of us with bigger frames, but it's not just about that. The comfortable seat, the well-designed tank, the slightly raised bars, and the sculpted seat all combine to create a riding experience that is comfortable and enjoyable. The adjustable front levers give you the ability to customize the bike to your own preferences, and even with my 6 foot 4 frame I had no problems with the legroom.

The Ninja is also incredibly responsive, with the rear brake lever feeling natural and well thought out. The clutch and brake levers were also very easy to operate and the position of them was comfortable.

The Z125 is a great option for those who are taller than 6 foot 1. It's perfect for city riding and the low seat height gives plenty of leg room. It's also comfortable to ride and it's very responsive.

Overall, the Kawasaki Ninja125 is a great bike, with plenty of features to make them comfortable and enjoyable to ride. Whether you're tall or short, the Ninja 125 has something to offer.

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The Kawasaki Ninja 125 has an impressive power delivery, especially from a standstill. The light clutch lever makes it much easier to manage, and the gears shift into place easily. Despite changing gears often, I never felt fatigued, and I was even able to get a few clutchless upshifts. At higher speeds and revs, there was a noticeable buzz in the mirrors, but it wasn't uncomfortable or overly intrusive. All in all, the power delivery was smooth and progressive, allowing for a comfortable ride even after a long day.

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The ARAI certified mileage of the Kawasaki Ninja 125 is 48 kmpl. This is an impressive figure considering the power and performance of the bike. It is also an admirable figure for a bike with such a small capacity engine. The user reported mileage of the Ninja 125 is not available, however, the reviews from Ninja 125 owners suggest that it is quite fuel-efficient. The Ninja 125 is a great option for those who are looking for a powerful bike that is also fuel-efficient. The Kawasaki Ninja 125 comes with a front brake type of disc and a front brake size of 290 mm. It also has a rear brake type of disc, with a rear brake size of 220 mm. The calliper type is a radial caliper and a floating caliper, giving the bike superior braking power. The front tyre size is 100/80 x 17, and the rear tyre size is 130/70 x 17, both of which are tubeless. The bike also has radial tyres, giving it better grip and control. The wheels are alloy, with a front wheel size of 17 inch, and a rear wheel size of 17 inch. The front suspension is a 37 mm telescopic forks, and the rear suspension is a mono-shock, giving the bike better handling.

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The Kawasaki Ninja 125 comes with an 11-litre fuel tank capacity, which is enough to get you to your destination and back with some to spare. The fuel efficiency range is also quite good, with an ARAI-measured mileage of 48 kmpl and an even better top speed of 120 km/h. The acceleration is also quite good, with 0-60 kmph in just 6 seconds and 0-100 kmph in 10 seconds.

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The Kawasaki Ninja 125 is a bike that can switch between two identities with ease. On one hand, it can be used as a reliable everyday commuter, offering dependable and consistent performance. On the other hand, when ridden aggressively, the Ninja can truly come alive and transform into a beast. Unfortunately, I am not yet skilled enough to take full advantage of the Ninja's full potential, but I can definitely attest to its reliability as a commuter. The Ninja 125 is not meant to be someone's first bike, as it is better suited to those with more experience and a bigger budget. But for those who are willing to take the plunge, the Ninja 125 can be a thrilling and rewarding experience.

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The Kawasaki Ninja 125 is a bike that can switch between two identities with ease. On one hand, it can be used as a reliable everyday commuter, offering dependable and consistent performance. On the other hand, when ridden aggressively, the Ninja can truly come alive and transform into a beast. Unfortunately, I am not yet skilled enough to take full advantage of the Ninja's full potential, but I can definitely attest to its reliability as a commuter. The Ninja 125 is not meant to be someone's first bike, as it is better suited to those with more experience and a bigger budget. But for those who are willing to take the plunge, the Ninja 125 can be a thrilling and rewarding experience.

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Riding the Kawasaki Ninja 125 is a thrilling experience that demands a certain level of finesse. The engine is powerful and responsive, but it will only give you its best if you feather the throttle and use the clutch properly. I had to learn this quickly when I first took the Ninja out on a Friday morning. There was a lot of traffic on the road and I wanted to get the most out of the bike. I quickly discovered that the engine responds best when the RPMs are above 8500 and I was able to reach the redline of 10,000 RPM in the 5th gear before I was out of space to accelerate. It was a thrilling experience that reminded me of why I love riding motorcycles.

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Nothing new from me, almost everything is covered by everyone, ratings given comparing with vehicles in its class.

Best Features: Powerful in Its Class

Pros: Performance, Looks, Build Quality and Features

Cons: Overpriced

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Ninja 300 powered by a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke parallel twin engine. This helps it achieve 6PS more than Ninja 250.

Best Features: liquid-cooled, 4-stroke parallel twin

Pros: Design, Performance

Cons: No ABS

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Once known as a pocket rocket when launched in India. Turns every head when you stand in a signal. The sweet sound of a Parallel Twin Engine is music to ears. The engine refinement is beautiful, doesn't disappoint you at higher revs. Has an amazing 17 liter of tank capacity which reduces refueling stress while touring. Kawasaki parts are very reliable though the availability is a problem and are costly, but good things come for a price.

Best Features: Tank capacity, Engine Refinement

Pros: Styling , Handling , Rider comfort , Engine refinement at higher revs

Cons: Customer Service and parts availability

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Kawasaki Ninja 250R was like a dream come true to me. The day I bought it, I become the centre of attraction every time I go on road. Initially, I found it pretty heavy to ride in traffic. But after spending some time with this power machine, I become familiar and now I can ride it like any other bike. Though the seating position of bike is sporty but it is comfortable too. The best riding experience comes when you cross 6000RPM and it is best experience in the 250cc class. I personally never found any problem in this bike.

Best Features: Appearance, Comfort

Pros: Reliable on long rides, Stunning looks, Agile and incredibly fun to ride

Cons: No Problem

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It is a perfect practical performance bike which can be used for both touring and commuting and a good performer on the track. The engine is refined and vibration free. The gear shifts are more torquier and smooth which makes riding more comfortable. As you all know, it’s not built for higher fuel efficiency, but it provides more mileage than the old 250R. I have got an overall 26 km/l and it’s a good digit for a sports bike. The acceleration is very impressive. The only thing that makes a rider turn away is its price tag. At Rs. 3.9 lakhs, it’s surely is not the most affordable bike around.

Best Features: Stunning looks & Great Build Quality

Pros: Stunning looks, great build quality, vibe free engine, perfect seating position, comfortable pillion seat

Cons: Costly, weak braking system

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I have a great passion for bikes. And owing bike like Kawasaki Ninja 250R is really a great experience. I bought my bike on February 24, 2013. Its looks are quite sporty and it is the best looking bike in its category. It has a powerful braking system which gives me confidence on high speed. The strong suspension is successful in handling bumps and potholes smoothly. Handling wise, my motorcycle is undoubtedly the great machine in its segment. Talking about its cons, it is difficult to ride in constant and long traffic conditions. It is also very expensive and also has high maintenance which is not obviously a cup of tea of every person.

Best Features: Powerful Engine & Strong Suspension

Pros: Excellent looks & styling, powerful engine, amazing braking system, strong suspension, good build quality

Cons: High maintenance cost, expensive, not suitable for long rides

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Awesome bike

Best Features: Twin headlights

Pros: Everthing

Cons: Nothing

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