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  • Kawasaki cuts 2015 ER6n & Ninja 650 price by 30k & 40k respectively.


    Unfortunately, this is a limited period offer as Kawasaki wants to clear its stock before the new emission norm kicks in Thailand. The ER6n is assembled in India as a completely-knocked down (CKD) unit and most of the components for these motorcycles comes from Thailand. This is a brilliant deal for someone who has been looking to buy an affordable middle-weight street naked motorcycle. With this price reduction, the ER6n will now cost Rs 4.48 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) which is a very good deal for that bullet proof parallel twin engine.



    Source: Kawasaki to slash ER6n price by Rs 30,000


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    Re: Kawasaki to slash ER6n price by Rs 30,000

    News approved!

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      Re: Kawasaki to slash ER6n price by Rs 30,000

      Originally posted by Akash1991 View Post
      Unfortunately, this is a limited period offer as Kawasaki wants to clear its stock before the new emission norm kicks in Thailand. The ER6n is assembled in India as a completely-knocked down (CKD) unit and most of the components for these motorcycles comes from Thailand. This is a brilliant deal for someone who has been looking to buy an affordable middle-weight street naked motorcycle. With this price reduction, the ER6n will now cost Rs 4.48 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) which is a very good deal for that bullet proof parallel twin engine.



      Source: Kawasaki to slash ER6n price by Rs 30,000

      Wonderful!!! Hope they don't get much customers & eventually slash the price close to N300 :P

      Totally agree on the bold part
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        Re: Kawasaki to slash ER6n price by Rs 30,000

        Originally posted by rx100.7050 View Post
        Wonderful!!! Hope they don't get much customers & eventually slash the price close to N300 :P

        They won't.
        I don't think anyone going for N650 will change his mind for 30k.
        And those in love with the benelli won't look at Er6n anyways.

        But why no price slashing for N650 ?


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          Re: Kawasaki to slash ER6n price by Rs 30,000

          Originally posted by dnewguy View Post
          They won't.
          I don't think anyone going for N650 will change his mind for 30k.
          And those in love with the benelli won't look at Er6n anyways.

          But why no price slashing for N650 ?


          cheers.
          Ninja 650 was 50K costlier than ER6N and now the difference will be 80K. I went out to buy N650 and ended up buying ER6N 9 months back. I anyways wanted to have something powerful but naked. Benelli's quality is not as good as Kawasaki(no offense). Also they have limited service centres which becomes a pain as you don't feel like taking your bike to a local mechanic . Anyways apart from the wind protection I didn't find much difference between N650 and ER6N. In fact I found ER6N more agile and has better acceleration being lighter

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            Re: Kawasaki to slash ER6n price by Rs 30,000

            UPDATE: Ninja 650 also receives a price cut for now.
            [MENTION=74502]Akash1991[/MENTION]




            Please note that its however the 2015 model, if that's not a bother. Bikes manufactured in 2015 will retail for Rs. 4.97 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), down from the previous asking price of Rs. 5.37 lakh.

            And, the new 2016 version with a new paint job & Dunlop Sportmax D214 tyres does not get this discount.


            Kawasaki Ninja 650 priced at Rs. 4.97 lakh, price cut by Rs. 40,000 | Shifting-Gears
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              Re: Kawasaki cuts 2015 ER6n & Ninja 650 price by 30k & 40k respectively.

              I have been waiting for the ABS version of the Ninja 650 since ages now. I'm hoping they launch the 2016 model with ABS once the 2015 stock clears out. Does any one have updates about this?

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                Re: Kawasaki cuts 2015 ER6n & Ninja 650 price by 30k & 40k respectively.

                Originally posted by piscean View Post
                I have been waiting for the ABS version of the Ninja 650 since ages now. I'm hoping they launch the 2016 model with ABS once the 2015 stock clears out. Does any one have updates about this?
                2016 model is without ABS I am owning now, next one probably would be. (Could not wait any longer for ABS )

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                Originally posted by Akash1991 View Post
                Ninja 650 was 50K costlier than ER6N and now the difference will be 80K. I went out to buy N650 and ended up buying ER6N 9 months back. I anyways wanted to have something powerful but naked. Benelli's quality is not as good as Kawasaki(no offense). Also they have limited service centres which becomes a pain as you don't feel like taking your bike to a local mechanic . Anyways apart from the wind protection I didn't find much difference between N650 and ER6N. In fact I found ER6N more agile and has better acceleration being lighter
                I watched a review of Benelli 600i by Vikas Rachamalla


                I found technical negligence in basics.. I refrained myself from purchasing this despite inline 4. Instead gone for Ninja 650 due to quality promise of Kawasaki
                Last edited by The Monk; 08-08-2016, 06:46 PM. Reason: Video Format settled in post
                Understand the risk and respect the bike, understand the bike and respect the risk.

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                  Re: Kawasaki cuts 2015 ER6n & Ninja 650 price by 30k & 40k respectively.

                  Originally posted by Newbie650 View Post
                  2016 model is without ABS I am owning now, next one probably would be. (Could not wait any longer for ABS )

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                  I watched a review of Benelli 600i by Vikas Rachamalla


                  I found technical negligence in basics.. I refrained myself from purchasing this despite inline 4. Instead gone for Ninja 650 due to quality promise of Kawasaki

                  Same here too, I was rooting for the 600i since it landed on Indian shores last year, never even had a thought of trying the ER-6n back then, but one ride with both the bikes changed the whole perception itself. I rented them both for 3 days to know exactly how they behave in city commutes as well as on highways, and the Kwacker won my heart straight away, I couldn't believe that this bike was so nimble when riding in city traffic and the huge torque available, that I feel is the WOW factor for this machine, every single time a slight twist of the throttle and BOOM, its gone, plus the bulletproof reliability from Kawasaki made my brain happy too (first time both my heart and my brain were in agreement of the same )and with the 30k discount and with the Kawasaki riding jacket, it was like a cherry on the cake...having now ridden 1200+ KMS with a huge grin on the face every time I take it out....

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                    Re: Kawasaki cuts 2015 ER6n & Ninja 650 price by 30k & 40k respectively.

                    Originally posted by kanth View Post
                    Same here too, I was rooting for the 600i since it landed on Indian shores last year, never even had a thought of trying the ER-6n back then, but one ride with both the bikes changed the whole perception itself. I rented them both for 3 days to know exactly how they behave in city commutes as well as on highways, and the Kwacker won my heart straight away, I couldn't believe that this bike was so nimble when riding in city traffic and the huge torque available, that I feel is the WOW factor for this machine, every single time a slight twist of the throttle and BOOM, its gone, plus the bulletproof reliability from Kawasaki made my brain happy too (first time both my heart and my brain were in agreement of the same )and with the 30k discount and with the Kawasaki riding jacket, it was like a cherry on the cake...having now ridden 1200+ KMS with a huge grin on the face every time I take it out....
                    I am no endorser of the brand but have experience of a K-tec engine in my old 115 Bajaj and than I bought this machine (N650R) with my eyes closed (Without Test Drive). It seems Kawi knows the practicality and does not believe in overdoing things for the sake of it.
                    Understand the risk and respect the bike, understand the bike and respect the risk.

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