Kawasaki has revealed year-end deals on several models in its Indian lineup. The firm has rolled out attractive offers on its MY2023 motorcycle range to clear off the current inventory before the new year. The bike manufacturer is currently providing a maximum discount of Rs 60,000, with the offers valid on limited stock. Going into the details of the available discounts, the Kawasaki Vulcan S middleweight cruiser is eligible for a maximum discount of Rs 60,000, whereas the Kawasaki Ninja 400 receives a Rs 35,000 discount voucher. Besides that, there's a Rs 30,000 discount on the Kawasaki Ninja 650 and a Rs 20,000 discount on the Versys 650 adventure tourer. It is important to note that these offers are valid until the end of this month.
In other news, two new dirt bikes the KX 85 and the KLX 300R have been recently added to the Japanese auto giant's model portfolio in India. Read on to learn more about their engine specs, price, and more details.
Kawasaki KX 85, KLX 300R: Price Details
Regarding the most crucial aspect, the cost, it is necessary to consider the quality and kinds of equipment these bikes include, particularly the suspension. Nevertheless, the ex-showroom prices of the KX85 and KLX300R stand at Rs 4.20 lakh and Rs 5.60 lakh, respectively. Both prices are ex-showroom. Both bikes are decked up in a Lime Green paint job.
Kawasaki KX 85: Mechanical Specs
The Kawasaki KX85 comes with plastic body parts, a fully adjustable KYB rear monoshock, adjustable 36mm USD forks, and 275mm suspension travel at both ends. Additionally, it lacks a headlight, blinkers, and tail lamp. The 2023 KX85 is powered by an 84cc, single-cylinder, two-stroke engine coupled to a six-speed gearbox and is constructed on a tubular frame. A single 150mm disc at the back and a single 202mm disc at the front provide braking power. The Dunlop MX33 tyres, which are mounted on 17-inch front and 14-inch rear wheels, are designed to provide superior grip, slide control, bump absorption, and longevity for the Kawasaki KX 85. To comfortably suit a wide range of rider heights, the KX 85's riding position combines radiator shrouds with six-position adjustable handlebar mounts.
Kawasaki KLX 300R: Engine and Suspension
Coming to the KLX 300R, a 292cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled DOHC engine producing 26.5Nm of maximum torque at 7,000rpm and 29bhp of peak power at 8,000rpm propells the model. There is a six-speed gearbox coupled to the motor. The KLX300R has 285mm of wheel travel on both ends, USD forks up front, and a monoshock in the back. The ERGO-FIT four-way adjustable handlebar on the KLX300R allows riders to customise it to their exact size and preferences. With its 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels, the motorcycle can manoeuver around obstacles on a wide range of trails with ease.
In addition to pushing out attractive deals on its current lineup, Kawasaki India is all set to debut some fresh products. The manufacturer is probably going to introduce the new Ninja ZX-6R, the W800, and the redesigned W175 at the 2023 India Bike Week. Moreover, speculations are rife that the company might debut the Eliminator in the country after having released it in foreign markets earlier this year.