Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle Price List in the Philippines June 2018
Latest News about Kawasaki Ninja
If the standard model 2016 Kawasaki Ninja 250SL is too simple for your taste, then check out its highest trim-level the ABS KRT Edition. Read more
Powerful DOCH 4 valve cylinder head 249cc engine, 6-speed transmission, new high-tensile steel Trellis frame and more. Read more
Latest Reviews for Kawasaki Ninja
I have had 9 big bikes, but this is the first time I didn't replace for 5 years! This doesn't have anything that makes this stand out, but this is above average in every way. Thinking back, Yamaha ...Read more
- Rating : 4.6
- Review by Japanese user
- Date : Jan 26, 2017
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About Kawasaki Ninja
Kawasaki Ninja is a lineup of premium grade Sports Bike
Kawasaki Ninja did not is not an old series as the company started their business operating under the title ‘Meguro’, after buying a sick motorcycle manufacturer going by the name Meguro Manufacturing Co. Ltd. Kawasaki Motor Sales was formed later after they experienced success with their initiative. At that time, in 1962, the engineers over at Kawasaki were developing a 4-stroke engine meant for cars but were eventually transferred over to their motorcycle division at SG and Meguro K1. Work was going on the Meguro K1, which was an imitation of BSA A7 500 cc and Kawasaki W1. The K2 was later exported to the United States in response to the increasingly competitive four-stroke motorcycles. The Kawasaki H1 Mach III along with other motorcycles was to compete with other brands like Suzuki, Honda and Yamaha in 1968.
Popularity in the Philippines
The Kawasaki Ninja is a lineup of trademarked sports bikes manufactured and marketed by Kawasaki Corp. in 1984 with the launch of Ninja GPZ900R. It mostly gets its name from the specialized fighters trained to combat while being stealthy. In Philippines, Kawasaki Ninja gained widespread praise from bike enthusiasts and prospective buyers who were excited to own a sports bike for the first time. Their headquarters are located in Metro Manila, Muntinlupa and is responsible for manufacture and distribution of Kawasaki vehicles in Philippines.
Vision of KMPC
The whole of KMPC is dedicated to ensure superior service and products that go unrivaled. Their main motive is as follows:
- Strictly conform to ethics, good governance and accept social responsibility.
- Explore new avenues and develop innovative technologies to further their growth.
- Introduce exciting products that unmatched service whenever the customer wants.
- Use aggressive marketing strategies to meet market demands and overthrow competition.
Features of Kawasaki Ninja
Among three dozens of Ninja bikes released, some of the latest models are Kawasaki Ninja H6, Kawasaki Ninja H2R and Kawasaki Ninja 250L, which are four-cylinder, racing, two-cylinder and single-cylinder respectively. All these are 2015 models with the following properties:
Kawasaki Ninja H6: It features a Supercharged 998 cc inline-4 DOHC engine that can produce 300 hp and 115 lb-ft of torque. It can top speed up to 250-260 mpg (400-420 km/h). Its body frame is constructed using carbon fiber bodywork and steel trellis with fully adjustable telescopic fork and steering damper. Brakes use Brembo Radial-mounted monoblock technology that assists quick and efficient braking.
Kawasaki Ninja 250SL: This model has a 249 cc engine, single cylinder, 4-stroke engine with liquid cooling and Fuel injection. It is based on DOHC technology that can produce horsepower of 27.62 bhp and maximum torque of 22.6 Nm. It is mated to 6-speed gearbox transmission and has top speed of almost 153km/hr. The motorcycle has single petal disc-brake with dual-piston calipers situated at rear. In Philippines, this model is available in colours like Red, Green, Yellow and White. The above mentioned motorcycles are the latest ones in the market that has been welcomed with open arms.
Latest news in the Philippines
At Intermot 2014, Philippines, Kawasaki officially revealed the anticipated 2015 Ninja H2R among hundreds of gatherers cheering for the company. On first impression, the model did not disappoint neither by visuals nor by its specifications. This racing vehicle is meant to be used by experienced rides as it is both huge in built and “excessive” in performance in comparison to other motorcycles in the same range. There were no reports about number of units to be made available in the market but numerous anonymous sources have revealed that about 500 units will be produced to be sold across the world, for the time being. If you want your model, then do not wait any further and book a Kawasaki Ninja right away.
Why go for Kawasaki Ninja?
If you are a racing bike enthusiast, then this series is just what the doctor ordered. With unmatched sense of style and sophistication, this lineup offers performance that far exceeds its competitors in terms of speed and also reliability. Talking about price in Philippines, you will be happy to know that you can book a model at a reasonable price that does not include import tax. This is because the Kawasaki Ninja series is produced right here, in the country.