With the festive season now started in India, car and bike manufacturers have announced huge discount offers to entice buyers into showrooms this month. Kawasaki India have just announced their discount offers for the month of Oct 2019.
Kawasaki India has announced discounts and benefits of Rs 65,500 on the Ninja ZX-6R; Rs 85,150 on the Ninja 1000; Rs 58,950 on the Ninja 650, Ninja 400, Z650, Versys 650; and Rs 65,500 on the Vulcan 650.
In addition to the discounts announced by Kawasaki India, some dealers are offering even higher discount offers. One such dealer is Anzen Kawasaki in Mumbai. Below is the discount offer listed by Kawasaki India dealer.
As per this, Anzen Kawasaki Mumbai is offering discounts of up to Rs 1.71 lakhs on a range of new Kawasaki motorcycles. They are offering Rs 28,000 discount on Ninja 300; Rs 65k off on the ZXR; Rs 1.14 lakh off on the Ninja 650; Rs 1.34 lakh off on the Vulcan 650; Rs 1.24 lakh off on the Z650; Rs 1.34 lakh off on the Vulcan 650 and Rs 1.71 lakh off on the Ninja 1000.
Though these discounts are on offer for Oct 2019, Kawasaki India seems to have extended the offer to even those who had purchased the bike last month. This can be seen in the image below.
Of all, it is the Ninja 300 which is most in demand. Thanks to the launch of made in India Ninja 300, Kawasaki has seen a huge growth in sales. Apart from the Ninja 300, Kawasaki has also kept its focus on their other motorcycles, by giving them regular updates.
To stir up some enthusiasm this festive season, Kawasaki has also introduced two new colours of Metallic Spark Black/Lime Green and Lime Green/Ebony (KRT Edition) for the Ninja 400. These will be limited to just 10 units each and while bookings have commenced, the deliveries will be initiated from October.
Speaking about the Ninja 400, it is powered by a 399cc parallel twin engine offering 48 hp power at 10,000 rpm and 38 Nm torque at 8,000 rpm mated to a 6 speed transmission. It however sports a smaller fuel tank of 14 liter capacity as against the Ninja 300 which gets a 17 liter fuel tank.
Kawasaki is also working on its 2020 lineup, which is expected to make global debut at the EICMA 2019 next month. Star of this show is going to be a supercharged naked sportsbike, sporting a Z-series logo which was teased earlier this month. This upcoming Kawasaki will be powered by a 998cc, inline, 4 cylinder, liquid cooled supercharge engine.