Kawasaki Motorcycle is preparing to increase its production in India. Kawasaki will make its business in Africa and Latin America by making an export base in India.
For this, the company will increase the production capacity by 10 thousand units. It will also have a Ninja model of the company. After separation from Bajaj, the company started its plant in Chakan, Maharashtra in April 2017. Earlier, the company used to produce 250-650cc engine bikes in the plant leased from Bajaj Auto.
With this, the company is planning to increase its dealership in India. The company will buy locally made components for keeping the prices of the growing computation in the market and the prices of its products. Locally made parts will also be installed in Kawasaki Ninja 200cc.
It is believed that this bike will have a 200cc single cylinder engine which will generate 24 PS power. It will compete with the bikes like Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 and KTM RC 200. There is no official information about its launch yet, but it is believed that the company can launch it in India. Apart from the Kawasaki Ninja 200, the company is also keeping in mind the growing sale of premium bike segment in India. By 2020, the company wants to increase its dealership by 30 percent in India.
Kawasaki Ninja 200 will compete with KTM RC 200
Speaking of the KTM RC 200 engine, it will find 199.5cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, which gives a power of 25 bhp and torque of 19.2 Nm. It has a 6-speed gearbox. In the front of the new RC 200, the USD fork and monoroshock in the rear are given. This bike is easily removed on the bad roads. The company claims that the ride on the bike will give experience like Moto GP. The bike also has a digital console.
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