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Naked Version of Ninja 400 Coming to U

Naked Version of Ninja 400 Coming to U

This is the Kawasaki Ninja 400 ... is a naked sibling coming? Understandably, manufacturers like to keep some things secret. Like new models. Unfortunately, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) sometimes gets in the way of this goal. CARB has just issued a certification of the 399cc...

Published on August 24 2018, 13:46
Source: www.motorcycledaily.com
 

Although both resemble larger models in their respective lineups, the Honda and Kawasaki are different approaches to the just-under-300cc sportbike. (Photos by Kevin Wing) It was only a matter of time. In the face of Honda's 2011 CBR250R challenge to its long-lived Ninja 250, Kawasaki embarked... 

After unveiling the Ninja 400 at the Tokyo Motor Show and seeing it again in Milan at EICMA, Kawasaki officially announced the new 399cc sportbike for the U.S. market. Impressively, American pricing starts at $4,999 for the 2018 Kawasaki Ninja 400, the same MSRP as the outgoing Ninja 300 (the... 

It looks like Kawasaki's small-displacement family is about to grow, as Team Green is set to add another model to its Ninja lineup. Spotted in the California Air Resources Board (CARB) filings by the eagle eyes at Motorcycle.com, the 2018 Kawasaki Ninja 400 is surely coming to US soil. The model... 

The California Air Resources Board has issued an executive order certifying a 2018 with a 399cc engine. The certification confirms what we assumed earlier this year after a local television news program aired a story about Kawasaki filming a commercial in Milwaukee, revealing the Ninja 400... 

Milwaukee NBC affiliate, WTMJ-TV, may have just spoiled Kawasaki's surprise for the 2018 model year by filming what appears to be a restyled Ninja 400. The previous generation 400, although not available in the U.S., was a downsized Ninja 650 and styled in the same vein with an under-engine... 

Editor Score:85.25% Engine 18.25/20 Suspension/Handling 13.0/15 Transmission/Clutch 9.0/10 Brakes 7.0/10 Instruments/Controls 3.5/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 8.5/10 Appearance/Quality 8.5/10 Desirability 8.5/10 Value 9.0/10 Overall Score 85.25/100 Kawasaki may have just found the sweet spot with its... 

In light of the new Yamaha FZ-10 I rode a few days ago, let's travel back 10 years to the intro of the 10's predecessor: the FZ1. It, too, was a more comfortable version of the built-for-the-track R1, but in stark contrast to the new FZ-10 it's styling can only be considered bland by comparison....