Kawasaki India has announced that, like other manufactures, it will raise the prices of its motorcycles in India starting in April 2021. For the time being, only a few models, such as the Ninja 300, Z H2, and Kawasaki ZX-10R, would not see a price boost. The majority, on the other hand, will see a price rise of up to $18,000. For eg, the recently released BS6 Ninja 300 is already 20,000 more expensive than the BS4 model. Similarly, the ZX-10R costs Rs 14.99 lakh, which is Rs 1 lakh more than the 2020 edition, which was released just a year ago.
Motorcycles such as the Z H2, Z H2 SE, and the two dirt bikes, the KLX 110 and KLX 140G, are not impaired. The Kawasaki Ninja H2 is currently absent from the list. Mostly because it hasn’t been upgraded to BS6 emission standards yet, but the company is expected to carry it back to India as an updated product, perhaps the H2R, in the coming months.