Kawasaki has been one of the most renowned bike makers in India ever since their entry in the market. There are 21 bike models available from Kawasaki in India. Most expensive Kawasaki model is Kawasaki Ninja H2R which is priced at Rs. 79.90 Lakh. On the lower end, Kawasaki W175 is the least expensive model which will cost you Rs. 1.47 Lakh. These prices are indicative and may vary. Don't forget to check best Kawasaki offers available near you.
Looking at the Kawasaki bikes popularity, Kawasaki W175 is the highly demanded bike model right now. It has a 177 cc engine which can generate 13.05 PS @ 7500 rpm power .
|Kawasaki bike models||Price||Mileage||September Sales*|
|1.47 Lakh * onwards||N/A||N/A|
|79.90 Lakh * onwards||15 kmpl||N/A|
|3.40 Lakh * onwards||32.1 kmpl||N/A|
|8.93 Lakh * onwards||15.26-20 kmpl||N/A|
|4.99 Lakh * onwards||25 kmpl||N/A|
Check below the list of all bike models offered by Kawasaki in 2022:
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Hi, There is no official announcement for the average of the Kawasaki W175. We request you to wait for the official announcement.
The Kawasaki W175 comes with a Top speed of 110 km/h.
Kawasaki India has introduced the W175 motorcycle in the country at â‚¹1.47 lakh for the Ebony shade with price going up to â‚¹1.49 lakh for the Candy Persimmon Red tone (both prices are ex-showroom). The model now becomes the brand's most affordable motorcycle in its Indian line-up, overtaking the Ninja 300.
The W175 is available in two variants: Ebony, which retails at Rs 1,47,000 and the Special Edition that comes in the Candy Persimmon Red colour scheme, which has been priced at Rs 1,49,000 (ex-showroom India). In terms of styling, the W175 takes inspiration from its bigger brother, the W800 Street.
The Kawasaki Z900 comes with 4 Cylinder.
Kawasaki Ninja H2R is the most expensive Kawasaki bike, offered at max. Rs. 79.90 Lakh (Ex-showroom).
Kawasaki W175 is the cheapest Kawasaki bike, offered at min. Rs.1.47 Lakh (Ex-showroom).
Kawasaki KLX 110 gives highest ARAI certfied mileage of 80 kmpl.