Kawasaki Electrifies the Iconic Ninja Brand: Introducing Electric Entry-Level Bikes

Kawasaki Electrifies the Iconic Ninja Brand: Introducing Electric Entry-Level Bikes

Kawasaki's First Electric Ninja Models Designed for Novice Riders

Charging these electric Ninjas can be done in various ways, including removing the two 30Ah battery packs and plugging them into a docking station at home or work, or simply plugging the motorcycle into a standard household outlet. A full charge for each battery pack takes around 3.7 hours, and Kawasaki estimates a range of approximately 41 miles on a single charge, influenced by factors like riding mode and rider weight.

Despite being aimed at novice riders, these bikes incorporate features usually found in larger machines, such as powerful disc brakes, ABS braking control, and 17-inch alloy wheels. There’s even a “walking mode” to assist users when maneuvering the bike at low speeds.

 

Kawasaki Electrifies the Iconic Ninja Brand: Introducing Electric Entry-Level Bikes