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Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle Price List in the Philippines May 2021

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Kawasaki Ninja 400

Kawasaki Ninja 400

  • 18 Used motorcycles
  • 2018-2019
  • Latest Post: Apr 14, 2021
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R

  • Latest Post: Mar 10, 2021
Used : - (0 Prices)
Kawasaki Ninja 250R

Kawasaki Ninja 250R

  • 20 Used motorcycles
  • 2006-2015
  • Latest Post: Mar 24, 2021
Kawasaki Ninja 125

Kawasaki Ninja 125

  • Latest Post: May 23, 2019
Used : - (0 Prices)
Kawasaki Ninja 300

Kawasaki Ninja 300

  • 4 Used motorcycles
  • 2016
  • Latest Post: Nov 11, 2020
Kawasaki Ninja 1000

Kawasaki Ninja 1000

  • 11 Used motorcycles
  • 1992-2019
  • Latest Post: Mar 30, 2021


Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R

  • 20 Used motorcycles
  • 2002-2019
  • Latest Post: Mar 24, 2021


Kawasaki Ninja 650

Kawasaki Ninja 650

  • 57 Used motorcycles
  • 1978-2020
  • Latest Post: Apr 21, 2021


Kawasaki Ninja H2

Kawasaki Ninja H2

  • Latest Post: Nov 11, 2020


Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR

  • 3 Used motorcycles
  • Latest Post: Mar 24, 2021


Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R SE

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R SE

  • Latest Post: May 23, 2019
Used : - (0 Prices)
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R

  • 30 Used motorcycles
  • 1989-2020
  • Latest Post: Mar 24, 2021


Kawasaki Ninja 250SL

Kawasaki Ninja 250SL

  • 7 Used motorcycles
  • 1974-2014
  • Latest Post: Nov 11, 2020
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R

  • 1 Used motorcycles
  • 2013-2014
  • Latest Post: Nov 11, 2020

Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon

Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon

  • Latest Post: Nov 11, 2020
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Latest News about Kawasaki Ninja

Kawasaki ZX-25R Production Resumes, to be Released in July 2020 at the Earliest

The much-awaited Kawasaki ZX-25R 250cc Ninja bike is just a around the corner – fingers crossed. Read more

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R 250cc Motor Screams at Full Throttle on Dyno

Strapped to a dynamometer, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R runs past against the rev limiter, with its engine's screams playing good music for Ninja bike fans. Read more

2016 Kawasaki Ninja 250SL ABS KRT Edition

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

Latest Reviews for Kawasaki Ninja

Kahit na newbie lang ako, ito yung kauna-unahan kong naging bike. Reliable ito at sobrang daling gamitin at magaan pa kaya napakadaling matutunan na i-drive ito. Kaya lang yung 250 ay medyo ...Read more

  • Rating : 4.0
  • Review by Jewel Villamor
  • Date : Aug 30, 2020

Nabili ko ito na unang bike ko at madali naman itong matutunan i-drive. Hindi masyadong malakas ang power na gusto ko sana eh mas powerful pa after kong matuto nang ilang months dito. Napapansin ko ...Read more

  • Rating : 4.2
  • Review by Borris Nepomuceno
  • Date : Aug 26, 2020

Recently ko lang nabili ang bike kong ito. Tama lang ang torque ng engine nito pero yung gear ratio ay hindi okay. Yung unang gear ay sobrang igsi. Mula sa stopped position, mabilis itong nag ...Read more

  • Rating : 4.0
  • Review by Ryan Gain
  • Date : Aug 22, 2020

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Marlo Carag


Is 95k still negotiable.? Where is it located?

  • Last updated : May 4, 2021
  • Posted by Marlo Carag
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Jhoana Marie Delacruz Castillo

still Available?

Im interested ,please contact us Email: or Facebook @Jhoana Marie Delacruz Castillo

  • Last updated : Jul 13, 2020
  • Posted by Jhoana Marie Delacruz Castillo
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Nate Loco

Yung mga ganitong motor ba

Kelangan pa bihisan? Parang maganda na kasi kahit yung stock lang

  • Last updated : Jun 22, 2020
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About Kawasaki Ninja

Aggressively Styled Bikes Packed with Extra Power

Kawasaki bikes are the top-selling and first big brand bike in the Philippines.

Kawasaki has thrown all the meat on the grill to create a mythical motorcycle that will surely be remembered, both for its maximum power and for the use of supercharging and all the technology that it will house inside.

Today, in this guide, you will find a complete product description of the Kawasaki Ninja. So far, this popular brand has launched many powerful and attractive sports bikes in the Philippines.

The expectations raised about its new models have been very high, as new features were released, everything indicated that it was not going to be a commercial motorcycle to use but something rather exclusive and focused on a very specific market.

About the Kawasaki Heavy Industries company

The fourth of the Japanese manufacturers are, however, the largest and most important Japanese company in overall size. Kawasaki, a company that manufactures ships, aviation engines, trains, and heavy machinery, has a motorcycle section from which the most sporty and radical sport motorcycles produced in Japan have always emerged.

Kawasaki Heavy Industries is a huge brand that makes absolutely all kinds of products. And with all the experience they treasure, they have put all the meat on the grill to create the Kawasaki Ninja models as a homemade product.

Their maxim has been to create a motorcycle that offers, in their own words, an acceleration never seen before on a motorcycle.

The Kawasaki Ninja – This name has been given to several of their sports bikes series which was started with the 1984 GPZ900R.

The Kawasaki Ninja: 37 years of history

The Kawasaki Ninja's success began in 1984, marking the beginning of an unforgettable line of worldwide prominence. The model that kicked off the ninja movement, was the GPz 900R, which even starred in the film "Top Gun - Indomitable Ases".

From then on, it conquered a large audience - mainly among young people, created fans "lawyers", who are those defenders at all costs and of course, evolved in technology and design!

The name Ninja came about because of a successful Japanese series at the time, and inspired the marketing director of Kawasaki in the United States, called Mike Vaughan, to change what would be inscribed in the model's fairing.

Several generations and models came to form the so-called Ninja "family", and many innovations emerged thanks to these many models launched in these 37 years of history.

The ZX-7R, for example, brought the innovation of having a set of two tubes installed above the fuel tank, crossing the steering table feeding the motorcycle's airbox.

Among the classics in the 37-year history of Ninja, there is space for the ZX-12R, which was produced between 2000 and 2006, and which is an imposing and fast bike, which ended up becoming the fastest bike in the world in your time.

This model managed to overcome the barrier of 300 km / h, which is still quite an achievement for most sports bikes.

The Kawasaki Ninja: Performance – Equipped with a supercharged engine

Yes, you read it right! The Kawasaki Ninja models are equipped with a supercharged engine. Now, are you wondering, why use a supercharged engine? Because a normal engine, from certain power, you cannot extract more without damaging reliability, or on the contrary, increasing displacement. But doing the latter brings with it too high size and weight.

However, with a supercharged engine, you can keep a compact engine with a "normal" displacement while extracting much more power and without having to cut maintenance.

Thus, in the Kawasaki Ninja models, a powerful engine has been used and with a power that in no case will be less than 300 hp, but keeping the size of the engine very compact.

The Kawasaki Ninja: the involvement of Kawasaki heavy industries

For this, they have used a supercharged engine that will not offer less than 300 hp, while maintaining a compact size. For this, KHI (Kawasaki Heavy Industries) made use of the Gas Turbines & Machinery division while the aerodynamic design with upper and lower carbon-fiber wings was entrusted to the aerospace division.

Hence, given its performance, power and search for the fastest motorcycle in acceleration, the same name has been used that at the time had the Kawasaki H2, animated (pun intended) by a three-cylinder two-stroke and 748 ccs and that it caused a great sensation.

The Kawasaki Ninja Exterior - Robust look

As far as the exterior of the Kawasaki Ninja is concern, it offers a robust look. The chassis, which has attracted attention for being tubular in trellis-type steel, has been designed to offer maximum stability at ultra-high speeds, but at the same time be manageable in curves within a circuit.

Kawasaki ensures that with the design of this chassis they have achieved great stability at high speed without having to resort to a long wheelbase, which would impair the bike's agility. But at the same time, controlled flexibility for handling in curves.

If you build a motorcycle that accelerates like hell, you will at least be obliged to seek perfect stability at high speed, because an engineer had to be very bad if with 300 hp they did not build a motorcycle that does not run.

Steel frame with load-bearing function

The new Kawasaki Ninja models use a lattice-type steel frame with a load-bearing function. Kawasaki took inspiration from the trellis frame used on its earlier models, although the frame of the new model is much simpler in design.

The engine is still suspended in the frame, therefore without a lower cradle. This frame uses several welded steel tubes and the rear loop is attached to it.

Only the passenger footrest plates can be removed which is a classic production in this category. However, the Ninja 400 is entitled to a conventional fork, but with a diameter of 41 mm, which is very correct for the category.

The rear shock absorber, gas, is mounted on rods to improve progressiveness. The preload is adjustable.

On the braking side, the new Kawasaki Ninja models use two brake discs, sufficient for the weight of the set.

The Kawasaki Ninja Interior - Full of Power and Aerodynamics

Top speed is achieved with power and aerodynamics. With the first already achieved, the bodywork was designed to be as penetrating as possible and at the same time to maintain great stability, something that was commissioned to the Kawasaki Aerospace division.

But for the latest models launched by the Kawasaki Ninja, an enveloping body could be created or one with aggressive lines that, in addition to the aesthetic component, would be effective both in cooling and in being able to provide the engine with fresh air for supercharging. The chrome paint used on the Kawasaki Ninja is also completely exclusive.

Faithful to the engine

The Kawasaki Ninja remains faithful to the engine architecture already used on the Ninja 300, namely an in-line twin. Kawasaki has used this architecture for a long time and on many successful models.

Thanks to the increased displacement, it presents values ​​revised upwards. On the road, the Kawasaki Ninja is, therefore "less sharp" in engine behavior by offering better availability at mid-range. This is a token of convenience in everyday use.

It just also lost a little bit of anger at high revs. The new models of Kawasaki are equipped with a new clutch, with an anti-dribble function (to limit the locking of the rear wheel during downshifting) and also an AS system to limit the effort at the lever. The exhaust line has benefited from the latest progress in pollution control.

Design and ergonomics

The Kawasaki Ninja is inspired by several models at Kawasaki. However, it indeed takes style elements of the earlier models of Ninja bikes.

Compared to the previous models, an excellent bike moreover, the replacement is slightly larger in the new models. This one is more rewarding in terms of size.

The fairing is very enveloping and you hardly see the engine block. Even the frame is largely concealed by the sides of the cabinet. Ergonomics are natural and more relaxing than its previous model's thanks to a higher handlebar.

There was a time, Japanese manufacturers all offered small-displacement hyper sports cars. Either 250 ccs with two-stroke twin-engine, or 250 or 400 ccs with a four-stroke engine and often four cylinders.

These Japanese stars of the 90s, Honda VFR400R, Kawasaki ZXR 400 or KR-1S, Suzuki RGV 250, Yamaha TZR 250 R... have, little by little, left the catalogs of Japanese manufacturers.

Today, the majority of the 250/400 cc use engines that do not rely on absolute performance, but rather on compliance with standards and arguments like low consumption or moderate maintenance.

That doesn't make them sad bikes, but just good bikes for beginners or everyday commutes.

However, Kawasaki wanted to have fun with the new ZX-25R, built primarily for the Asian markets and especially Indonesia where it should arrive soon.

In short, the Kawasaki Ninja models have enough to shake the competition in Asia and there is little chance of seeing it land in other parts of the world. The prices charged by this kind of imported models appear too dissuasive in markets and the majority of users naturally turn to more than 500 cm3.

Comfort at its best

All the models of the Kawasaki Ninja models are comfortable enough for long journeys, the position is not too much resting on the wrists, the original pot does not make noise. In the end, it is the whistling of air in the headphones that is the most tiring if you have forgotten the earplugs.

In small roads with tricky little bends, it is even possible to drive it "supermoto" by leaning the motorcycle more than the body, which allows it to swing more easily to one side.

On the other, to have better visibility when exiting a curve and therefore to be less surprised in the event of a change in grip. It is advisable to change the original tires before performing this kind of exercise. And on the other hand, past a certain pace, say to stay around 90 on bumpy roads, and/or on roads with successions of heavy braking, the limits of the suspensions and brakes are felt.

The ABS never triggered during the test (except once in the gravel to test), but on heavy braking, the front brake is limited.

For the suspensions, the motorcycle is sometimes a little flying carpet. She remains healthy, but things are moving quite a bit. On the other hand, they are flexible, so comfort is preserved.

Kawasaki Ninja Series Pros and Cons


  • Comfortable riding
  • Slipper Clutch
  • Loaded with amazing features in every model
  • Power-packed engine
  • Good and comfortable handling
  • Powerful performance


  • A little bit overpriced
  • Low mileage figure


The Kawasaki Ninja has it all, from the looks of its elders to proportions as rewarding as its performance on the road can be.

This brand is indeed offering one of the most premium designs in the market. It remains to be wary of the original tires, the grip of which may be lacking given what this Ninja can do.

Perfectly equipped, lively and manoeuvrable, light. The Kawasaki Ninja does not have to pale in front of the other production machines, especially with its power below 35kW.

Overall, the Kawasaki Ninja motorcycles are the worthy heir to the sports bikes. Fairly light, with an engine that likes to take turns, very manoeuvrable, it offers all the sensations on the road.

It offers this very appreciable possibility of being able to transform a country road into a Tourist Trophy special without being outlawed at the slightest stretch.

It is a very comfortable motorcycle for a ride and will still require a little commitment to ride at a good pace.

Today, the Kawasaki Ninja has become a kind of reference within the sports motorcycle market worldwide, being remembered as a motorcycle that everyone else wants to be too.

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