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Kawasaki introduces new colours for the BS6 Ninja 650 and Ninja 1000 SX

Kawasaki has introduced a new colour option on the BS6 Ninja 650 and Ninja 1000 SX. The Ninja 650 is now available in a new colour called Lime Green while the new colour on the Ninja 1000 SX is called Emerald Blazed Green. The Ninja 1000 SX also gets a price hike of Rs 10,000, taking the price tag up to Rs 10.89 lakh.

2021 Kawasaki Ninja 650 New Lime Green Colour

The Ninja has always been at the forefront of Kawasaki’s product portfolio and the Ninja brand has been the flagbearer for the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer. It sells well, has great appeal and is all-around a great motorcycle. In the Indian market too, the Kawasaki Ninja 650 is one of the bestsellers in the 650cc segment.

The sport tourer looks great, has loads of character and can munch miles and take on the twisties with equal ease. Now, it is available in a new Lime Green shade. The new colour will be sold alongside the old Lime Green/Ebony and Pearl Flat Stardust White colours.

The headlamp fairing and the tank are painted in exactly the same Lime Green shade as the existing Lime Green/Ebony colour scheme. The rear cowl is black in colour with red and white graphics. The fairings on both sides are now black in colour with white and red graphics. The new colour adds to the already attractive colour options the Ninja 650 is currently sold in.

Apart from the new colour scheme, the motorcycle remains the same mechanically. It is powered by a liquid-cooled, 649cc, parallel-twin engine with a maximum power output of 66.4bhp and a peak torque output of 64Nm.

2021 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 SX New Emerald Blazing Green Colour

Kawasaki has also introduced a new colour option for the Ninja 1000 SX. The Ninja 1000 SX is one of the fastest four-cylinder sport tourers on sale today. Now, it has been made available in a new colour scheme called Emerald Blazed Green. The front of the bike is decked in the signature Green shade, while the fuel tank and fairing is painted black. The rear cowl is painted green as well.

The motorcycle remains the same mechanically, but all colours of the bike are now more expensive by Rs 10,000.


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