Kawasaki Bikes Price List (2022) in India
|Model List||Ex-showroom Price|
|Kawasaki Ninja 300||₹ 3.37 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Ninja 400||₹ 4.99 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Vulcan S||₹ 6.16 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Z650||₹ 6.72 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Ninja 650||₹ 6.68 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Z650RS||₹ 6.72 Lakh|
|Kawasaki W800||₹ 7.33 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Versys 650||₹ 7.36 Lakh|
|Kawasaki KX250||₹ 7.99 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Z900||₹ 8.5 Lakh|
|Kawasaki KX450||₹ 8.59 Lakh|
|Kawasaki KLX450R||₹ 8.99 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Ninja 1000||₹ 11.51 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Versys 1000||₹ 11.72 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R||₹ 15.37 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Z H2||₹ 21.9 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Ninja H2R||₹ 79.9 Lakh|
Kawasaki Bikes Price List
Upcoming Kawasaki Bikes
|Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe Racer Expected Launch - Oct 2022||Expected Price ₹ 8.3 - 8.8 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Ninja H2 Expected Launch - Oct 2022||Expected Price ₹ 35 - 36 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE Expected Launch - Oct 2022||Expected Price ₹ 28.5 - 29.5 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX Expected Launch - Oct 2022||Expected Price ₹ 23 - 23.5 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Versys X-300 Expected Launch - Dec 2022||Expected Price ₹ 4.8 - 5.2 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Expected Launch - Jan 2023||Expected Price ₹ 11 - 11.5 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R SE Expected Launch - Mar 2023||Expected Price ₹ 20 - 22 Lakh|
|Kawasaki W175 Expected Launch - Jun 2023||Expected Price ₹ 1.2 - 1.4 Lakh|
|Kawasaki Z400 Expected Launch - Jun 2023||Expected Price ₹ 3.9 - 4.4 Lakh|
About Kawasaki Bike
Kawasaki’s origins go back to 1878 when Shozo Kawasaki established the Kawasaki Tsukiji Shipyard in Tokyo. Eighteen years later, in 1896, it was incorporated as Kawasaki Dockyard Company Limited. From marking the beginning of Japan’s modern shipbuilding industry to foraying into numerous heavy industries such as steam turbines, locomotives and building aircrafts, Kawasaki had achieved immense success in all his ventures.
Then came 1949 and the company shifted its focus to the motorcycle industry by making motorcycle engines. Kawasaki’s first bike, called Meihatsu, was launched in 1954. This bike had Kawasaki’s own KB-5 engine and an improved model of the Meihatsu was introduced in 1956, called the Meihatsu 125 Deluxe.
In 1960, Kawasaki established their own motorcycle manufacturing facility and six years later they came out with their most notable effort till then, the 650cc W1 model. However, it wasn't until 1969 that Kawasaki emerged as a big player on the global motorcycle landscape. This was due to the release of the 500cc H1 model (also known as Mach III). Among the H1's unique attributes were good power and high performance, an exhaust roar typical of the 3-cylinder models and a two-tone colouring of white and blue.
In 1972, the Kawasaki bike unveiled Japan's largest motorcycle of the day, the Kawasaki Z1, featuring an air-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, 903cc, DOHC engine, which was Kawasaki’s first 4-stroke engine with a state-of-the-art, unique mechanism. The Z1, a pioneer of the Supersport models, not only solidified Kawasaki’s reputation as a premium performance bike maker but it also remains deeply engraved in the public conscience as one of the most superlative Kawasaki bike models to date.
In 1984, Kawasaki forayed into India when it agreed to provide technical assistance to Bajaj. The collaboration was then known as Bajaj Kawasaki. The first bike jointly developed by these two motorcycle giants was 100cc Bajaj Kawasaki Boxer. By the turn of the century, Bajaj became self-reliant in terms of technology and product development because of which the Kawasaki name started to wither away. The last motorcycle it built with Kawasaki’s technology was the Eliminator in 1999.
However, Bajaj and Kawasaki reunited when in 2009, Kawasaki launched the Ninja 250 and 650 in India through its sales and service partner, Bajaj. On 1st July 2010, India Kawasaki Motors Private Limited (IKM), a subsidiary of Kawasaki Heavy Industries Limited, Japan, was incorporated to enter the Indian superbike market. From July 2013, IKM started assembly of the Z250, Ninja 300, Ninja 650, ER-6N and Versys 650 motorcycles at Bajaj’s plant in Chakan, Maharashtra.
After Bajaj’s acquisition of the Austrian brand KTM in 2012, IKM and Bajaj decided to part ways keeping in mind the mutual benefits of the split. As a result of the split in April 2017, IKM established its new plant in Chakan, Maharashtra in July 2017. The Ninja 1000 became the first motorcycle to roll out of IKM’s Chakan plant. As of 2018, IKM assembles products such as the Ninja 300, Ninja 650, Ninja 1000, Z250, Z650, Versys 300, Versys 650 and the Vulcan S in India and in total, IKM sells 27 models via its 30 dealerships across the country.
The range of Kawasaki bikes in India consists of the KLX 110, KLX 140G, KLX 450R, KX 100, KX 250F, KX 450F, Versys X-300, Versys 650, Vulcan, Z250, Z650, Z900, Z900RS, Z1000, Z1000R, Ninja 300, Ninja 400, Ninja 650, Ninja ZX-10R, Ninja ZX-10RR, Ninja 1000, Ninja ZX-14R, Ninja H2, Ninja H2 SX, Ninja H2 Carbon and the Ninja H2R which form the company’s 2018 product line-up.
Kawasaki bike prices in India start at around ₹2.99 lakh for the 2018 KLX 110 and go up to ₹69.8 lakh for the 2018 Ninja H2R. All Kawasaki bike price listings can be found on the website of autoX.