Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Kawasaki is reportedly planning to slash the price of ER-6n by Rs. 30,000. The new customers will also get a riding jacket for free, reports Bikewale.
According to the report, the limited period offer has been initiated to clear the stocks before the new emission norms get implemented in Thailand. The ER-6n for India is currently assembled from the completely knocked down units (CKD) from Thailand. With the reduction in price, the motorcycle will cost around Rs. 4.48 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi.
The naked street version, the ER-6n, shares the engine and cycle parts of Ninja 650.The ER-6n is powered by a 649cc, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected motor producing 71bhp of power at 8,500rpm and 64Nm of torque at 7,000rpm mated to six-speed transmission. The motorcycle is fitted with 41mm telescopic suspension up front and preload adjustable single-shock unit at the rear. It has dual semi-floating, petal disc brakes at the front and single 220mm petal disc brakes at the rear while ABS has been given a miss.
The motorcycle measures 2,110mm in length, 770mm in width and 1,110mm height. It features 1,410mm wheelbase and 130mm ground clearance. The ER-6n weighs 204kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 16-litres. The ER-6n goes up against the Benelli TNT 600i that features a four-cylinder engine.