The Ninja 300 has been manufactured since 2013. It is also known as the EX300 model. The sports bike has been marketed in different regions, including Asia, Australia, and others. Equipped with a new powerful engine and innovative features, it really was a masterpiece when it was first released to the public.
History of Kawasaki Ninja 300
In 2012, this 296 cc sportbike was first introduced. The production of it started the next year. In some countries, the Ninja 300 motorcycle was sold instead of the Ninja 250R that was used as a basic model for this bike. The later model came with a large rear tire than that used in the previous model, as well as a range of new features, such as neutral finder, ABS, LED lamp, and five-spoke wheels. The Kawasaki Ninja 300 also came with a fuel tank of a smaller capacity and larger gearing. There was a windscreen protecting it against winds. It also had a 50% upgraded engine.
Every year since the first production of the Kawasaki Ninja 300, new motorcycle versions under different codes hit the market of North America, Europe, and other regions. When the Ninja 400 was released in 2018, it closed the way for the Ninja 300 motorcycle to certain markets. Both models are still sold in India. The main rivals of the model were KTM RC390 presented in 2013, Yamaha YZF-R3 produced since 2015, and Honda CBR300R available since 2011.
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Description
Ninja 300 is a lightweight motorcycle that is available at a reasonable price. The model features a 296 cc inline-twin engine and produces more power (39.95 hp.) than the basic Kawasaki model. It also comes with better torque. The highest speed of the Kawasaki Ninja 300 motorcycle is 112 mph. It has shown to be capable of developing 60 mph in 5.6 sec., and it takes about 14.5 sec. to reach 90.58 mph from 87.7.
About 41.1 meters are needed for the bike to stop from 60 mph fully. The model spends around 3.4 liters per 100 km. Generally, the Ninja 300 really looks awesome. Some of the most visually notable features of the Kawasaki motorcycle are the twin headlights located beneath windscreen, fairing, and exhaust.
The Ninja 300 bike’s wet weight is 379 lbs. and its total length is 79.3 in. The front and 5-way adjustable rear suspensions of the Kawasaki bike come with Kayaba 37mm fork and Kayaba shock respectively.