2018 Kawasaki Versys-X 300 launched at Rs 4.60 lakh
The 2018 Kawasaki Versys-X 300 is expected because to be the most affordable adventure bike in India. Well, that wait has now come to a conclusion as Kawasaki has launched the infant Versys at India, at Rs 4.6 lakh. It is not quite as cheap as some might have expected.
The 300 that is Versys-X is a CKD. This ought to have helped keep the cost low, however, the reason behind this cost is that the bicycle is being sold by Kawasaki with a variety of accessories such as hand guards, engine guards, lights, a box mount and a pannier box. The sari shield that is compulsory means the pannier on the opposite side can’t be mounted as mill standard and might need to be bought as an attachment that. Kawasaki launched a version that is lesser priced with no accessories and did something similar.
The Versys X-300 is exactly what Kawasaki calls for an ‘any street’ bicycle. Together with a front wheel along with the suspension, the Versys’ capacity to deal with tracks and rough roads appear promising. Adding into the flying chops is a gas tank, meaning fewer gas stops. Ground clearance is a 180mm that is usable whilst chair elevation is an 815mm.
Electricity comes from a 296cc parallel-twin (shared using all the Ninja 300) which produces 40hp, albeit in a sky-high 11,500rpm. The rear tire that is lanky should not be difficult to twist up from the dirt. Braking is handled with a 220 disk and a 290mm petal disc at the back.