Kawasaki tried to strike a chord with the BS4-spec Ninja 400 but killed the anticipation altogether with its unreasonable high price over the Ninja 300
Likewise, Honda did the same by launching the CB500X at an optimistic price.
If this new BS6-equivalent Euro-5-spec version of the Ninja 400 ever comes to India, it might come in a price range between Rs 4.75-5 lakh If honda intends to launch the CBR500R, with which the CB500X shares its platform, it might come for Rs 6 lakh
Kawasaki Ninja 400: Four-stroke, parallel-twin, DOHC, liquid-cooled, 399cc Honda CBR500R: Four-stroke, parallel-twin, DOHC, liquid-cooled, 471cc
Except for Euro-5 compliance and new paint schemes of Lime Green with Ebony and Metallic Carbon Grey with Metallic Matte Carbon Grey, the Kawasaki Ninja 400 is an unchanged motorcycle over its previous version If you compared the overall speculated prices of both the motorcycles, you will feel that the almost Rs 1 lakh premium commanded by the Honda CBR500R is a stretch worth going for