Features and Specs of the Kawasaki Ninja 300
The world of loud and fast sportbikes can be overwhelming. There are plenty of brands, makes, and models to choose from so it’s hard to know which one is going to fit your riding style and preferences. There is, however, one entry-level sportbike in particular that keeps our heads turning even from its first production in 2013. The Kawasaki Ninja 300. The engine and twin turbos of the Kawa 300 provide the power we craved from the Ninja 250 and helped give the 300 the push in the right direction.
There are plenty of reasons why this bike is a good first motorcycle for beginners and seasoned riders alike. It has improved handling, lightweight body, and decent gas mileage. What isn’t to love? They also are on the cheaper side of the motorcycle buying world, and who doesn't love getting some of that Kawasaki green for much less than an arm and a leg? This makes it easy to for someone to buy a used Kawasaki Ninja for an affordable, non-bank breaking price.
But don’t let me talk your ear off about all of the great things about this bike—check out the infographic instead. It has all of the features you need to know about the Ninja before buying.
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