This new model combines the appearance of a great ninja sportbikes in a lightweight package, with a relatively low seat height 30.9 inches. Adding appeal beginner, rookie running 300 also adds kids 'slipper' clutch, which Kawasaki says requires less effort, and can help prevent rear wheel lock when descending.
Powered by 296cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected two-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed, 300 is more effective than long-term ninja 250 it replaces. This bike Kawasaki claimed to improve performance and better view 2013 fuel economy. The 300 also has a more robust framework for improved handling and suspension settings to improve comfort and powerful disc brakes front and rear.
Ninja 300 is connected to Honda CBR 250R, introduced last year, and that is only available with ABS Scooters. Security feature that was standard equipment in cars for years, and ABS has a greater potential to save lives for motorcycles. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) says motorcycles equipped with antilock brakes are 37 percent less likely to be involved in a fatal crash than models without ABS.