- Burn the front number plate and saree guard in the pits of hell. Get a nice small white sticker with black numberings on the front fender.
- The bike could prove excellent for long distance touring if you can raise it by 10mm or so, making the ground clearance to 145mm, just 5mm short of the Karizma which goes anywhere.
- Get aftermarket midget carbon fibre indicators. Some variations are available. Check the one on the Kawasaki website and see the ones which were on the Ninja which I shot here.
- Racingpod (Image)
- Double Bubble Windscreens (Link)
- A nice Tank Pad
- Frame Sliders
- An aftermarket exhaust, I liked this one.
- K&N filters
- Carbon bar ends (Image)
- Undertail cover with indicators (Image)
The above will set you back by 35k INR odd but you probably already see the possibilities with the bike. Being sold to an international market it has so many aftermarket accessories that each one of us can probably have a unique Ninja 250!A word to Bajaj: Try and get some Ninja 250 accessories available at all your Ninja probiking showrooms.
Before ending my rantings I would like to say that the Ninja is appropriately priced and in the hands of a player in India – Bajaj. One of the very few two wheeler companies in India who understand what the GenXYZ wants. Therefore I have all reasons to believe that the after sales service and the future of Ninja is secured in this country.
Over to you Aryan and Niranjan.