While the KTM dominates sales chart in India, the Ninja 400 has been gaining praise all around the world and is being regarded as the new most standard supersport to buy under 500 cc. In today's comparison, we are going to pit the Yamaha R3 against the new Ninja 400 to see which one of them deserves to be the new king of this segment.
Kawasaki’s latest full faired entry in the middleweight category, the Ninja 400, in many ways, is a great bike. It was launched 8 months ago with a promise of forever changing the middleweight segment. As we all know that it wasn’t able to crack open space for itself in the heart of Indians. Why did it happen that such a neatly designed bike got such a poor reception in India? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of the motorcycle to understand why.
We have a lot of options in the sub 300 cc segment today and many of them are locally produced which offer great value for money. So, it only makes sense that we compare the new Ninja 400 with a recently launched local champion i.e. TVS Apache RR310, of similar characteristics and see if a motorcycle worth Rs 4.6 lakh is worth it or not.