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Kawasaki Ninja 500 To Debut At Phillip Island

Kawasaki’s 2024 Ninja 500 will make it Australian debut at Phillip Island this weekend as part of the World Super Bike Event being held. To check out the newest model from Kawasaki, head over to their stand where the Ninja 500 will be on display with other bikes from the 204 range.

The all-new Ninja 500 sportbike features signature aggressive styling that Ninja sportbikes are known for and sets the tone with a 451 cc twin-cylinder engine that provides smooth, powerful acceleration that is available with a twist of the wrist from a new 451 cc engine.

The acceleration feels brisk thanks to plenty of power in the low- to mid-rpm range, and, when the throttle stays on, enough power in the high-rpm range to hit higher speeds with ease.

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With a well-balanced power output and strong acceleration throughout the rev range, the combination of this engine with a lightweight chassis makes the machine well-suited to a wide variety of riding situations including everyday riding.

Easy to use is the key to the new model and this is highlighted by the compact chassis which has been designed to be as user-friendly as possible. Predictable handling thanks to a chassis conceived with light weight, manoeuvrability, and mass centralisation in mind provides excellent feel and inspiring confidence for a wide range of riders.

No matter from what angle the Ninja 500 is seen, its distinctive front face and sleek, flowing lines make it clear that this is a member of the Ninja family, with race-inspired, big-bike looks. The shape of the full-fairing bodywork fosters a sense of unity with the rider, helping them feel at one with the bike.

With bikes due to arrive in dealerships in late March priced from $7,544 plus on road costs, if you’re looking to find out more contact your local Kawasaki dealer.

 

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