Kawasaki Ninja 300 gets the 30th Anniversary Edition livery in India – Spied
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The 30th Anniversary Edition of the entire Ninja series was launched globally last year.
The Kawasaki Ninja 300 has been snapped with livery inspired by the 30th Anniversary Edition at a local dealership. The model does not carry a marking that says if it is either the ’30th Anniversary Edition’ or a ‘Special Edition’.
The dual tone colour theme (lime green and star dust white) is carried over from the 30th Anniversary Edition of the Ninja 300 that was launched in Europe last year but never made it to India. The special livery was introduced across the Ninja range.
It appears that the Ninja 300 special edition for India has received unique touches, given that the spied model has ‘300’ written as a part of the decals on the fairing that was not present in the international edition. Another inconsistency to the 2014 Anniversary Edition is the black streaks running across the fairing that is portrayed differently on the Indian version.
Apart from the above, there is no change reported to the Kawasaki Ninja 300 in India.
Updated Kawasaki Ninja 300 – Spyshot Gallery
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Kawasaki Ninja 300 inspired by the 30th Anniversary Edition – Image Gallery
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