Summary: After decades of success with its entry-level Ninja 250, Kawasaki is offering the more powerful Ninja 300 as its older brother. The new sport-bike joins the Honda CBR250R in providing entry level riders with an antilock braking system (ABS). Engine Size: 296cc Pricing: The 300 is available in four versions: • Ebony with an MSRP of [...]
Several months ago we wrote an article talking about how Kawasaki was doing something amazing – unfortunately, no they are not reviving the much loved Ninja 500R – and releasing a brand new motorcycle to the Canadian and Japanese markets (Kawasaki Gives Canada and Japan the Ninja 400R). We were excited for the Ninja 400R [...]
The 903cc liquid-cooled v-twin engine powering this beautiful mid-size cruiser provides enough “oomph” to get the Vulcan 900 moving, which the sleek and sexy styling is quick to impress. For someone looking to get into a cruiser, but is somewhat apprehensive of a “big bike”, the Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom is our ideal choice.
It’s beautiful, it’s powerful, and it’s damn fun to ride. What more do you want in a bike?
Honda has sold countless Civics, and Kawasaki has sold more 500R’s than they probably can keep track of. The Civic sells well because consumers know it to be an affordable and capable car that is both reliable and economical. Well, the Kawasaki Ninja 500R is probably the most popular learner bike by a long shot.
The Kawasaki Ninja 250R is the kind of bike that most onlookers would look at and say “ooh… pretty”, never knowing that it’s “only” a 250cc motorcycle. For this reason many people find the Ninja 250R to be an attractive first motorcycle. Aside from its sporty appearance, the Ninja 250R is also quite popular due to its sporting handling, excellent fuel economy, and surprising road manners.