Kawasaki launches new stylish bike version in India- X300, Rs. 4.60 Exxorum price

Nov 30 2017 01:05 AM
Kawasaki launches new stylish bike version in India- X300, Rs. 4.60 Exxorum price

Kawasaki Motors has launched its new bike Versus X3 in India. The company has kept the exorbitant price of 4 lakh 60 thousand rupees in this strong bike in Delhi. Kawasaki had showcased Versailles X33 for the first time in the 2016 EICMA Auto Show. It is the smallest bike in the company, which is being sold in the Kawasaki bike line-up in India.

Along with this Versus 650 and Versus 1000 of Versais series are being sold in the country. The company has introduced a 300cc parallel twin engine in this bike, which is the company's least powerful motorcycle with a Tureer-type adventure. This engine has been installed in the Kawasaki Ninja 300 at the moment.

Kawasaki Motors has introduced a 296cc liquid-cooled, 4-stroke parallel twin engine in Versace-X300. This engine generates approximately 39 bhp power at 11,500 rpm and 26 Nm torque at 10,000 rpm. This engine is equipped with a 6-speed gearbox. To make the bike advanced, the company has given Kawasaki Heat Management Technology in it. The company has given a new 41 mm travel takscopic fork in the bike and the uni-trak gas-charged monosock suspension is placed in the back of the bike.

The company has given a big windscreen in the bike and the exhaust pipe with chrome tip is mounted on the height. Talking about the design, the company has installed a 19-inch front wheel in this bike. This has made the bike a lot of high design. Its rear wheel is 17-inch and tube diamond frame has been used in the bike. Kawasaki Versus - X 300 weighs 175 kg and the fuel tank cap is 17 litres.

It has been made better in the case of breaking and with the slipper clutch 290 mm in the next wheel, while the previous wheel has a 220 mm disc brake. Along with this, the disc brake in the bike is equipped with dual piston clipper and standard ABS comes with. This biking in India is going to be launched with the launch of the upcoming BMW 310 GS and KTM's upcoming 390 adventures.

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