Kawasaki Ninja 300R Review

“Kawasaki”, whenever we hear this name we think of the powerful sports motorcycles which has ruled the world of MotoGP. The company, in order to provide the same experience to the normal people, released the Kawasaki Ninja 300R, the entry level bike in the Ninja lineup. The Ninja 300 was launched by the company in order to replace the Ninja 250R.

The Kawasaki Ninja 300R has been built on the same body platform as of other high-end bikes of Ninja Series which makes the bike look standard. The chrome grille on the engine covers also gives the bike a stylish look. The bike has also been featured with high-end dual seats which promise on the comfort of the riders and the pillions.

Moreover, the Ninja 300R features the height and length of 790 mm and 770 mm respectively. Also, the bike has got the wideness of 715 mm and the bike also weighs 172 kg. Besides, the front wheel and the rear wheel is 1400 mm far from each other and the bike maintains the gap of 135 mm with the ground. Further, Kawasaki has powered the bike with powerful liquid cooled, 4 stroke panel, parallel twin, fuel injected engine.

Furthermore, the importer of Bajaj, Hansraj Hulaschand & Co. Pvt. Ltd. has been importing the Ninja 300R in Nepal.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 9,99,900


 Body Type



 172 kg


 770 mm


 790 mm
 715 mm


 1400 mm

 Ground Clearance

 135 mm




 17 liters

 Engine Type

 Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, Parallel Twin, Fuel Injected

 Maximum Power


 Maximum Torque




 Box X Stroke

 62 x 49 mm

 Starting System


 Final Drive




 Front Suspension

 Telescopic Fork

 Rear Suspension

 Bottom-Link Uni-Trak With Gas-Charged Shock And 5-Way Adjustable Preload

 Front Tyre

 110/70- 17 M/C 54 S

Rear Tyre

 140/70- 17 M/C 66 S



 Front Brake


 Rear Brake






 No. of Gears





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