The Kawasaki ER4N and the Kawasaki Ninja 400R cheaper 400cc Kawasaki's on the horizon. These motorcycles seem primed a Japanese launch in the near future as Japan is one market that highly encourages the 250cc and 400cc smaller capacity motorcycles with big tax breaks.
The new Kawasaki Ninja 400R and ER4N is powered by a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke,8 valves DOHC, parallel twin engine with a displacement of 399cc, with a bore of 68.4mm with a stroke of 54.3mm, bore and stroke specifically chosen to deliver the most exciting 400cc performance. With a high compression ratio of 11:1. Fueled by two 34mm Keihin throttle bodies - the latest in fuel-injection technology
While these motorcycles looks extremely alluring, especially in the Thai context, if the rumors are correct the new 400cc Kawasaki models could be very moderated in pricing, because the expectations are that they would be manufactured at the Thai, Rayong manufacturing location. With the latest details from Kawasaki the new Kawasaki Ninja 400 and Kawasaki ER4N bristles with some of the latest motorcycle technology, including: full digital instrumentation, sexy sculpted swingarm, underslung exhaust, 'cassette-style transmission, petal disc brakes, an LED rear light and aggressive Ninja-style bodywork. The Kawasaki high-tensile steel trellis frame with balanced rigidity offers nimble handling for easy control and fun sport riding enjoyment, with slim, natural riding position ergonomics and easy to reach ground with both feet thanks to a slim chassis design. The new 400cc Kawasaki's are more than enough to get any post-test newbie slavering at Kawasaki dealers all around the country, stay tuned to the news from Kawasaki.