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2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300

2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300

The Japanese entry-level king. And this time it is more than just green
2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300

During the final leg of 2016, Kawasaki made it official about bringing a fresh new outlook for its entry-level sports segment, the Ninja 300. A much loved motorcycle in India which gained a lot of respect and its own share of criticism.

The 300 had replaced the unanimous quarter-litre king back in 2013 with collaboration with Bajaj Auto. The new bike was sportier, more aggressive and more fun to ride than the lesser cubed 250 cc Ninja. The bike was also packed with enough alphabet-soup tech acronyms that were scarce in other motorcycles in the segment at that time, and this made it very entertaining and accessible to new riders.

For 2017, the Japanese Green team have given this machine brand new livery and a limited edition one too. Along with the original Ninja 300, 300 ABS and the KRT edition, there is now a Ninja 300 ABS Winter Test Edition that takes on the looks of the Kawasaki FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) team during their off-season test sessions.

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Kawasaki Motorcycles is going to be your 'Jarvis'

Kawasaki Motorcycles is going to be your ’Jarvis’

The Japanese Green are working on Artificial Intelligence
Kawasaki Motorcycles is going to be your 'Jarvis'
Kawasaki Motorcycles is going to be your 'Jarvis'
Kawasaki Motorcycles is going to be your 'Jarvis'
Kawasaki Motorcycles is going to be your 'Jarvis'
Kawasaki Motorcycles is going to be your 'Jarvis'
Kawasaki Motorcycles is going to be your 'Jarvis'
Kawasaki Motorcycles is going to be your 'Jarvis'
Kawasaki Motorcycles is going to be your 'Jarvis'

If you’ve been a fan of the Iron Man series, you must have definitely been jealous about Robert Downey Jr owning Stark Industries and his very own talking computer which is Just A Rather Very Intelligent System.

Similar to its British voice, Kawasaki has been busy with playing with its own version of artificial intelligence on the other side of the world. The Japanese giant will be developing this technology to introduce it on its motorcycle products and it will ‘have a personality and can grow along with the rider’.

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List of big capacity roadsters and adventure tourers launched in India in 2016

List of big capacity roadsters and adventure tourers launched in India in 2016

The completely list of motorcycle which are available in India now
List of big capacity roadsters and adventure tourers launched in India in 2016
List of big capacity roadsters and adventure tourers launched in India in 2016
List of big capacity roadsters and adventure tourers launched in India in 2016
List of big capacity roadsters and adventure tourers launched in India in 2016
List of big capacity roadsters and adventure tourers launched in India in 2016
List of big capacity roadsters and adventure tourers launched in India in 2016
List of big capacity roadsters and adventure tourers launched in India in 2016
List of big capacity roadsters and adventure tourers launched in India in 2016

Like every passing year, the year 2016 too has proven to be one year which has only been progressive enough to make the Indian two wheeler market more mature and versatile. Almost all the bike makers of India did came up with something which was revolutionary and game changer for the price at which they are offered.

In this feature story, we are going to discuss all those significant all new naked roadster and adventure tourer motorcycle launches in the middleweight and liter class segments of the Indian two wheeler market, which do form niche categories on their own, but then have seen a tremendous growth in terms of sales in recent years. Following are those all new naked roadster and adventure tourer launches meant for the niche buyers who have prime focus on design and performance, with the criteria being 500-1200cc category and above the price point of Rs. 6 lakh:-

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Kawasaki and Bajaj break ties

Kawasaki and Bajaj break ties

The Japanese decides to go solo.
Kawasaki and Bajaj break ties

Back in 2012, our very own ‘Hamara Bajaj’ and the Japanese green team Kawasaki joined hands to market mobikes globally across developing countries, including Asia and South America. This tie-up not only helped Bajaj spread its wings, Kawasaki too started selling and servicing their 650cc and below products in the Bajaj operated pro-biking showrooms in the country, which also happens to see the Austrian KTM motorcycles sharing spaces. Kawasaki also assembled their CKD motorcycles, at the Bajaj Auto’s facility in Chakan.

Four years after this successful partnership, both Bajaj and Kawasaki want to part away for reasons not made official to us. But MotorBeam speculates that this could be because of two reasons. One, Kawasaki has been busy setting up its own dealer network and it is on its way to set its foot firmly in the country. The other could be KTM’s more affordable offerings under the same roof affecting sales for the Japanese.

Kawasaki will move all its sales to its dedicated showrooms selling all their motorcycles in the Indian product line-up. Although, assembly of their CKD products will still be undertaken at Bajaj’s new facility at Akurdi. But, will be handled completely by India Kawasaki Motors, a 100% subsidiary of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Japan.

Coming to Baja’s point of view, it is an obvious rationale that KTM’s sales gave Bajaj a better financial stability that the Kawasaki’s expensive options. Moreover, Bajaj-KTM have a stronger bond with respect to partnership compliance and KTM is all setting up to bring its premium Husqvarna motorcycles to the Indian stride.

As the KTM Duke series is manufactured in India for global consumption, Husqvarna will also manufacture their models at Bajaj’s Chakan plant near Pune and call India their home. They will hit the showrooms in the first quarter of 2017 across the globe and will be expected to be priced slightly above the KTM Duke 390.

And this break-up is going to benefit both Bajaj and KTM to have more office space to showcase the upcoming offerings and the Husqvarna brand of motorcycles.

This will benefit new Kawa customers as it will make Kawasaki drop a few thousands on their CKD products as Bajaj will no longer take any profit on their sales. You can expect all their bikes at dedicated Kawasaki showrooms including their CBU imports, like before. Ninja ZX-14R and Ninja ZX-10R will continue in those showrooms alsong with the 300 cc and 650 cc bikes. All said, Kawasaki has a huge mountain to cross before it can start competing furiously at the niche segment.

Overseas however, both these brands will still be going strong by selling the Kawasaki Bajaj badged Pulsar through the Kawasaki network in Asian countries and will be doing the same in Brazil as well.

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List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016

List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016

The complete list of all the motorcycles and scooters
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016

Like every passing year, the year 2016 too has proven to be one year which has only been progressive enough to make the Indian two wheeler market more mature and versatile. Almost all the bike makers of India did came up with something which was revolutionary and game changer for the price at which they are offered.

In this feature story, we are going to discuss all those significant all new bike launches in the mass oriented segments of the Indian two wheeler market, with some of them have been build up from scratch and are only redefining the segments and creating new records for value for money. Following are those all new bike launches meant for the common masses, with the criteria being sub-500cc category and below the price point of Rs. 2.5 lakh:-

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2016 Kawasaki KX100

2016 Kawasaki KX100

A motocross bike built for the rising stars
2016 Kawasaki KX100
2016 Kawasaki KX100
2016 Kawasaki KX100
2016 Kawasaki KX100
2016 Kawasaki KX100
2016 Kawasaki KX100
2016 Kawasaki KX100
2016 Kawasaki KX100

The greats of the motorcycle world have always had in in their stride since the very beginning of their life. You look at every legendary figure of the motorsports world, one thing they have in common is their passion for things on two wheels from a very young age, some even when they have just begun to walk and talk.

Pushing kids to a motorsport world is at a nascent stage in India. Although it is widening its horizon, giving them the right tool to do so was difficult. Enter the Green Team from Japan.

Along with launching their KX 250F, Kawasaki has also introducing their smaller guy, the KX100 dirt motorcycle. Kawasaki has officially enter the Indian Motocross scene in a big way by offering two of their renowned machines that has dominated the Motocross world across the globe.

They did however served the KLX110 in India for a year, powered by an 112cc single-cylinder and priced at ₹ 2.65 lakh. The KX100 will continue to widen this segment and get in a much lighter bike with a more sophisticated engine, better suspension and braking units to go the full throttle way for the young stars interested in dirt riding and want to make a career out of it. An ideal learning curve en-route to the big bikes. In return Kawasaki has relied on its aspiring young stars to provide input to help develop winning products.

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The 2017 Indian Motorcycle of the Year is announced.

The 2017 Indian Motorcycle of the Year is announced.

And it is not a surprise
The 2017 Indian Motorcycle of the Year is announced.
The 2017 Indian Motorcycle of the Year is announced.
The 2017 Indian Motorcycle of the Year is announced.
The 2017 Indian Motorcycle of the Year is announced.
The 2017 Indian Motorcycle of the Year is announced.
The 2017 Indian Motorcycle of the Year is announced.

The year 2016 is coming towards an end and what a year it has been for the automotive industry in India. If statistics are to be believed, India is in the highest rankings in terms of growing economy. People have started investing in higher range of motorcycles that are lauded in the performance and engineering arena. More and more players started entering the Indian subcontinent to showcase their entry level performance machines. It just didn’t stop there. Players in India also fired all their pistons to go head to head with their foreign counterparts.

Not long ago had we featured the CNBC-TV18 OVERDRIVE Awards which christened the Apache RTR 200 4V as their Motorcycle of the year. Christmas came a little early for TVS and now the celebration has doubled as their flagship model, the Apache RTR 200 4V has won yet another coveted award, this time it is even bigger.

It has now bagged the IMOTY (Indian Motorcycle of the Year) 2017 in a huge bells and whistles ceremony in Mumbai. It is the most credible and fancied awards in the country for the two wheeler segment.

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2016 Kawasaki KX250f

2016 Kawasaki KX250f

The single-most dominant motocross bike of the last decade.
2016 Kawasaki KX250f
2016 Kawasaki KX250f
2016 Kawasaki KX250f
2016 Kawasaki KX250f
2016 Kawasaki KX250f
2016 Kawasaki KX250f
2016 Kawasaki KX250f
2016 Kawasaki KX250f

Motocross was a sport enjoyed by Europeans for the most part of the time. Then the madness spread like wildfire and it was not long ago that it came to India as well. More and more people started entering the sport, for outright fun and competition.

By basic definition, motocross is a form of off-road motorcycle racing held on enclosed off-road circuits that boasts of terrain, uphill’s, downhill’s, corners, jumps, etc. It is a great spectator sport and equally challenging to compete in. The reason it is so good is because one gets the fine combination of thrills, excitement, colour, speed, strategy, endurance and above all smacking dirt. It offers the satisfaction and every man’s fascination with motors and wheels to which the traditional ‘stick and ball’ sports cannot respond to.

The Japanese manufacturer is all set to enter the Indian Motocross scene in a big way by offering two of their renowned machines that has dominated the Motocross scene across the globe. Kawasaki India already sells the KLX 110 dirt motorcycle priced at ₹ 2.65 lakh. It is powered by a single cylinder, air-cooled 112cc engine mated to a four-speed transmission.

The biggest guy in this story here is the all new Kawasaki KX 250f. It is hands down is the single-most dominant motocross bike of the last decade. But for some time now, the Blue Crew has grabbed some of the limelight. And for Kawasaki, who have captured 16 titles already with their 250 motorcycles, are in for a setup that can make the Blues a run for their money and reign the territories again.

For 2017, the KX250F has received a full makeover, with a new lighter chassis, improved suspension settings, increased power delivery, and comfortable slimmer ergonomics.

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Kawasaki is getting its Motocross to India

Kawasaki is getting its Motocross to India

It is going to get dirty around folks!
Kawasaki is getting its Motocross to India
Kawasaki is getting its Motocross to India
Kawasaki is getting its Motocross to India
Kawasaki is getting its Motocross to India
Kawasaki is getting its Motocross to India
Kawasaki is getting its Motocross to India
Kawasaki is getting its Motocross to India
Kawasaki is getting its Motocross to India

Motocross was a sport enjoyed by Europeans for the most part of the time. Then the madness spread like wildfire and it was not long ago that it came to India as well. More and more people started entering the sport, for outright fun or for outright competition.

By basic definition, motocross is a form of off-road motorcycle racing held on enclosed off-road circuits that boasts of terrain, uphill’s, downhill’s, corners, jumps, etc. It is a great spectator sport and equally challenging to compete in. The reason it is so good is because one gets the fine combination of thrills, excitement, colour, speed, strategy, endurance and above all smacking dirt. It offers the satisfaction and every man’s fascination with motors and wheels to which the traditional ‘stick and ball’ sports cannot respond to.

Kawasaki, the Japanese brand offering the finest motocross motorcycles and opted by world champions is set to launch two of their motocross machines in India. Kawasaki India already sells the KLX 110 dirt motorcycle priced at ₹ 2.65 lakh. It is powered by a single cylinder, air-cooled 112cc engine mated to a four-speed transmission.

The KX250 and KX100 will be setting foot on December 18th, 2016 and are exclusively ‘track-only’ motorcycles. They will have a strictly competition only specs without a headlamp cluster, indicators or license plates; which of course cannot be registered to be used on the public roads. These motorcycles specifically offer powerful engines, a significantly lighter chassis, high ground clearance, long travel suspension and slimmer ergonomics to be able to move around the dirt and jump hills without any hindrance.

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Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N

Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N

Find out who ends on top
Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N
Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N
Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N
Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N
Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N
Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N
Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N
Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N

When we talk about the Indian two wheeler market in person, this fastest growing market in the world for two wheelers, which perhaps will become the biggest as well in the upcoming years surpassing the markets positioned above it, has shown a tremendous shift in terms of customer preferences. Within this market, if we talk about the performance oriented segments as well, the category of 200-250cc motorcycles has become the range starting class, unlike that of the 150cc commuters as before.

Due to this shift, sense of increased maturity and flow of money, the riders are now looking out for middleweight motorcycles more, while upgrading their riding skills from a 200-250cc motorcycle. This has resulted in an increased interest and sales numbers of middleweight category motorcycles. Since the liter class superbikes are a bit impractical for their upgrade and usage, the middleweight motorcycles are currently considered to be the best bet to be their next purchase. The middleweight segment of motorcycles consists of all kinds of motorcycles right now, with the segment of roadsters being the most practical and preferred ones, which is quite reflected in their sales numbers as well. Currently, the Indian market has four different motorcycles in this space of 600-800cc roadsters – Kawasaki ER-6n, Triumph Street Triple, Benelli TNT 600i and Hyosung GT 650N.

However, Kawasaki has recently announced that it will soon be replacing the aging and dated ER-6n with an all new generation motorcycle, the Z650, which is a roadster based on the new generation Ninja 650. Like the ER-6n, the Z650 will continue the rivalry of Kawasaki with its competitors – Triumph Street Triple, Benelli TNT 600i and Hyosung GT 650N, all of which have varying strengths of their own. All these four motorcycles are made here via the CKD route, which explains their affordable pricing as well. Which brings us to the quest that which one of the four emerges out to be the best bet for your money? Let’s find out:-

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2017 Kawasaki W800

2017 Kawasaki W800

A Classic looking motorcycle with all the modern features
2017 Kawasaki W800
2017 Kawasaki W800
2017 Kawasaki W800
2017 Kawasaki W800
2017 Kawasaki W800
2017 Kawasaki W800
2017 Kawasaki W800
2017 Kawasaki W800

When the name of Kawasaki strikes in our minds, we have always drooled over the flashy supersports under the ‘Ninja’ brand and the ‘Z’ range of naked streetfighters. These motorcycles from Kawasaki offer a perfect amalgamation of sharp looks, sharp performance and sharp riding dynamics, making them modern by all means which are stuffed with cutting-edge technologies as well.

Though, there’s another side of the story of Kawasaki, which most of the Indians are unaware of. Much like its European rivals, Kawasaki also makes some motorcycles in off-beat segments, with that of the retro roadsters being one of them. In the European markets, Kawasaki has been highly successful with the W800, a retro roadster which is high on retro design ethos and make you feel astonished that it comes from the same factory of Kawasaki which makes one of the most futuristic looking and high performing motorcycles of current times.

As we all know that how serious is Kawasaki for the Indian market, so much that it is contemplating to bring in the W800 to the Indian shores, which is quite understandable considering the amount of success other retro roadsters in its segment such as Triumph Bonneville range as well as Ducati Scrambler range are tasting in the middleweight segment of India. So, let’s have a quick look on one of the most unique offerings from Kawasaki, the W800:-

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2017 Kawasaki Versys-X 300

2017 Kawasaki Versys-X 300

Your ticket to Adventure.
2017 Kawasaki Versys-X 300
2017 Kawasaki Versys-X 300
2017 Kawasaki Versys-X 300
2017 Kawasaki Versys-X 300
2017 Kawasaki Versys-X 300
2017 Kawasaki Versys-X 300
2017 Kawasaki Versys-X 300
2017 Kawasaki Versys-X 300

Everyone on the face of this planet enjoys living the adventure life. Few have made it their life and the rest envy such people. Kawasaki has an answer to those ‘rest’. Those who are at their mundane life thinking that they are killing it out there and are in desperate need of a break to cut shackles and wander out.

As people are maturing, so is the adventure-bike segment. Call it trend or being sensible, manufacturers are contesting even in lower-displacement machines. This renewed interest is bringing all the positives to the manufacturer into cultivating young riders to brand loyalty. Kawasaki is no child. By showcasing the Kawasaki Versys X-300 at the recently culminated EICMA show in Milan, it has given a breather to those craving to have the perfect getaway, even if it is just for the weekend. There are more and more riders wanting to climb on their motorcycles and go curving on the highest roads in Leh and Ladakh or anywhere in the country for that matter. Can this Japanese green machine answer their calls? Let us decipher it by the bits.

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2017 KTM Duke 390 vs Yamaha YZF-R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300

2017 KTM Duke 390 vs Yamaha YZF-R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300

2017 will run hot on the 300cc category
2017 KTM Duke 390 vs Yamaha YZF-R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 KTM Duke 390 vs Yamaha YZF-R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 KTM Duke 390 vs Yamaha YZF-R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 KTM Duke 390 vs Yamaha YZF-R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 KTM Duke 390 vs Yamaha YZF-R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 KTM Duke 390 vs Yamaha YZF-R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 KTM Duke 390 vs Yamaha YZF-R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300
2017 KTM Duke 390 vs Yamaha YZF-R3 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300

Buckle up because it is going to be a wild ride. 2017 will see the launch of the brand new KTM Duke 390 that is said to wipe out the competition. The Australian company decided to give the already successful KTM Duke 390 a revamp and what we’ve noticed is that the naked version is up for a spotlight rather than the full faired RC edition. It made its global debut at the EICMA Milan Motorcycle Show in Italy and post its debut, will make way into the Indian market in 2017.

The Yamaha YZF-R3 was released in 2016 and it made the rest of the 300cc line-up shake by winning the coveted Bike of the year for 2016 and it threatened the rule of the RC 390 as well because of its all-round package. Then there was the Kawasaki Ninja 300 which although it was trumped by the other two in many categories it has earned the reputation of being a reliable, well built, and refined offering in this class.

All the three motorcycles have had a condescending effect on the Indian 2 wheeler market and they got in the fresh breed of entry level fully flaired performance motorcycles to blaze the much needed thrilling experience to enthusiasts and purists. Now with speculations running high of the Duke 390 Facelift, it will definitely try to bring havoc in the sales of its competition and make motorcyclist get into a realm of more content and less bitter.

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2017 Kawasaki Z650

2017 Kawasaki Z650

A practical and usable powerful motorcycle
2017 Kawasaki Z650
2017 Kawasaki Z650
2017 Kawasaki Z650
2017 Kawasaki Z650
2017 Kawasaki Z650
2017 Kawasaki Z650
2017 Kawasaki Z650
2017 Kawasaki Z650

In the Indian two wheeler market which was previously restricted only till the segment of 100-150cc commuters, it was the Kawasaki Ninja 650 which has been much credited for the establishment of middle-weight performance segment of motorcycles in the country. Though the Indian enthusiasts are more fascinated by faired supersports, but the scarcity of naked streetfighters in the middle-weight performance segment surely was a glaring miss. And then, the arrival of Kawasaki Z800 and Triumph Street Triple in the same space happened, which surely spiced up the things. So, in order to make the game even more interesting, Kawasaki did brought the ‘sans full fairing’ version of the Ninja 650, ER-6n, to the Indian shores.

Based on the Ninja 650, the ER-6n surely ranked high in terms of practicality and usable performance, however, most of the prospective buyers of the middleweight segment put looks and design over all the other aspects, something which the ER-6n seems to be lacking when compared to other motorcycles in its class. So, as a step of keeping up with the moving times, Kawasaki has finally rolled out a worthy replacement of the ER-6n, the all new Z650, which like the ER-6n is based on the Ninja 650, but is an all new package sharing very little with the outgoing ER-6n. Here’s a comprehensive explanation to the all new Kawasaki Z650:-

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10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs

10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs

10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs

In a country that is price conscious, it was a gamble played by motorcycle manufacturers when they decided to bring in their higher segment motorbikes. If statistics are to be believed, India is in the highest rankings in terms of growing economy. And the gamble payed off. People started investing in premium motorcycles that were lauded in the performance and engineering arena. More and more players started entering the Indian subcontinent to showcase their entry level performance machines. To help you have a clear decision making ability, we have compiled 10 bikes that fall under ₹ 5 lakhs that can suffice all your needs and dreams of owning a bike that can be both practical and fun to ride.

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2017 Kawasaki Z900

2017 Kawasaki Z900

Weaponizing the Middleweight Segment
2017 Kawasaki Z900
2017 Kawasaki Z900
2017 Kawasaki Z900
2017 Kawasaki Z900
2017 Kawasaki Z900
2017 Kawasaki Z900
2017 Kawasaki Z900
2017 Kawasaki Z900

We all know the prowess of a litrebike-plus class of nakeds with their explosive power and riding tech making them the best adrenaline gods. Their middleweight siblings lack that punch-in-the-face factor, until now.

Meet the new Kawasaki Z900, which is replacing the outgoing Z800 in the ‘Z’ class of Kawasaki’s naked bike in an attempt to bring the most challenging contender to the middleweight segment. Revealed at the Intermot 2016, this bike was finally showcased at 2016 EICMA in Milan.

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2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon

2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon

The Ultimate superbike that you all can crave for
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon

There are no doubts regarding the fact that the Kawasaki Ninja H2 is one of the most revolutionary motorcycles of the 21st century. The motorcycle will always be recorded in the history books for its incredible match of design and performance, and to be more specific, the fact that it is the world’s first ever motorcycle to sport a supercharged engine under its skin.

There was absolutely no need or requirement sought from Kawasaki to make the Ninja H2 even better, for the fact that many of us are still drooling over the photos of the motorcycle and die to seek a sight of this mighty machine from Kawasaki on the roads, even after two long years since its first launch happened. Though, for 2017, a periodic update has been given, and in addition, Kawasaki has launched a limited edition version of the motorcycle, the Ninja H2 Carbon. As the name suggests, the Ninja H2 Carbon will sport some carbon fiber parts over the standard version, though there is more to the story. Here’s our quick overview of the all new Ninja H2 Carbon:-

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2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2R

2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2R

The ultimate superbike
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2R
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2R
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2R
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2R
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2R
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2R
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2R
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2R

Kawasaki managed to break all the barriers of astonishment when it came up with the mighty Ninja H2, what can be termed as one of the most revolutionary machine on two wheels of all the times. For starters, this is the world’s first production motorcycle (and the only one till date even after two years of its official unveiling) with a supercharged engine. And this one fact is enough to boggle many minds, in a positive manner, of course. But then, as motorcycling enthusiasts, we all know from where it sources its genes from, an even more mind-boggling beast – the Ninja H2R

After two years of its first launch on the global platform, Kawasaki has found the Indian market worthy to make the Ninja H2R its new selling market. Now, as expected, the Ninja H2R is a track-only version of the Ninja H2, which features more weight saving measures, even more ballistic performance and a seriously hefty price tag, thus restricting it only to limited numbers. Here’s our comprehensive review of the all new version of the Ninja H2R.

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2017 will run hot on the 300cc category: KTM Duke 390 VS Kawasaki Ninja 300 Vs Yamaha YZF-R3

2017 will run hot on the 300cc category: KTM Duke 390 VS Kawasaki Ninja 300 Vs Yamaha YZF-R3

Find out everything you want to know about the new upcoming Streetfighter and its rivals
2017 will run hot on the 300cc category: KTM Duke 390 VS Kawasaki Ninja 300 Vs Yamaha YZF-R3
2017 will run hot on the 300cc category: KTM Duke 390 VS Kawasaki Ninja 300 Vs Yamaha YZF-R3
2017 will run hot on the 300cc category: KTM Duke 390 VS Kawasaki Ninja 300 Vs Yamaha YZF-R3
2017 will run hot on the 300cc category: KTM Duke 390 VS Kawasaki Ninja 300 Vs Yamaha YZF-R3
2017 will run hot on the 300cc category: KTM Duke 390 VS Kawasaki Ninja 300 Vs Yamaha YZF-R3
2017 will run hot on the 300cc category: KTM Duke 390 VS Kawasaki Ninja 300 Vs Yamaha YZF-R3

Buckle up because it is going to be a wild ride.2017 will see the launch of the brand new KTM Duke 390 that is said to wipe out the competition. The Yamaha YZF R3 was released in 2016 and it made the rest of the 300cc line-up shake by winning the coveted Bike of the year for 2016 and it threatened the rule of the RC 390 as well because of its all-round package. Then there was the Kawasaki Ninja 300 which although it was trumped by the other two in many categories it has earned the reputation of being a reliable, well built, and refined offering in this class.

All the three motorcycles have had a condescending effect on the Indian 2 wheeler market and they got in the fresh breed of entry level fully flaired performance motorcycles to blaze the much needed thrilling experience to enthusiasts and purists. Now with speculations running high of the Duke 390 Facelift, it will definitely try to bring havoc in the sales of its competition and make motorcyclist get into a realm of more content and less bitter. Let’s find out how by getting upto date with the spied and speculated information gathered from our automotive media sorcerers around the globe.

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2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2

2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2

The only supercharged motorcycle on the planet
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2

Kawasaki managed to break all the barriers of astonishment when it came up with the mighty Ninja H2, what can be termed as one of the most revolutionary machine on two wheels of all the times. For starters, this is the world’s first production motorcycle (and the only one till date even after two years of its official unveiling) with a supercharged engine. And this one fact is enough to boggle many minds, in a positive manner, of course.

Even today, after one year of its official launch, the Ninja H2 remains the fastest, most powerful and most technologically advanced motorcycle Kawasaki has ever produced in its entire history. However, as a ritual of periodic update, Kawasaki has recently upgraded the Ninja H2 with a few more equipment, which promises to make the motorcycle even more technically advanced than what it used to be before. Here’s a quick overlook on what all changes does the new Ninja H2 has got.

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2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon

2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon

Dark and handsome is just an understatement.
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
2017 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon

You are allowed to think that Kawasaki has mastered the dark arts and yet again cooked up this mad looking H2 Carbon from a parallel universe. There is so much more to the ‘Carbon’ than what meets the eye.

While we were still drooling over the radical H2 and H2R that can put any super sports to shame, Kawasaki thought the sci-fi needed a tweak and updated it with this possessed Carbon edition for 2016 Intermot.

Co-developed by Kawasaki’s motorcycle and aerospace division, this ‘world’s only’ supercharged hyper sport motorcycle got every purists into a realm of more content and less bitter ever since it was launched in 2015. And for 2017, there are more surprises in store.

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2016 Kawasaki KLX 110

2016 Kawasaki KLX 110

This is one motorcycle you definitely want for your weekends
2016 Kawasaki KLX 110
2016 Kawasaki KLX 110
2016 Kawasaki KLX 110
2016 Kawasaki KLX 110
2016 Kawasaki KLX 110
2016 Kawasaki KLX 110
2016 Kawasaki KLX 110
2016 Kawasaki KLX 110

The Indian market is yet to accept the culture of motocross motorcycles, which coincidently happens to be one of the most practical motorcycle segments for the Indian market, given the varying conditions of tarmac in the Indian sub-continent region. Though, the Indian motorcycling culture has always been more of naked commuters and faired motorcycles, this particular segment of motorcycles is yet to catch up its pace here in India.

It all started when Hero MotoCorp decided to kickstart this segment properly with its first indigenously developed motorcycle post its split from Honda, the Impulse. However, no matter how brilliant the Impulse is, the fact that its underpowered engine doesn’t complement its brilliant chassis has curbed its popularity.

Now, Kawasaki tries to grab the growth-maker of this segment by venturing into this segment with the KLX 110. Now, the KLX 110 might not be a street-legal motorcycle as the Impulse or any other motorcycle in its segment, but Kawasaki has launched it in the Indian market to make it as a good learner’s motorcycle for all the budding off-road enthusiasts, with its very promising chassis and power-to-weight ratio. Here’s our quick review of the Kawasaki KLX 110, which also happens to be the most affordable motorcycle from Kawasaki in India.

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