We had previously written about a lime green bike that was caught testing in Indonesia and claimed to be Kawasaki Ninja 150RR. Well, good news is that Kawasaki has officially announced that they’ll be launching the 2012 Kawasaki Ninja 150RR next month. Bad news, however, is that it is a two-stroke engine, and we know that selling new two-strokes in India is banned, which means no Kawasaki Ninja 150RR for India.
Ninja 150 is one of the best motorcycles to roll out of Kawasaki’s factories, and this bike was born with many rivals such as Honda NSR and Suzuki FXR. Though Indians won’t be able to lay their hands on this machine, this bike is intended for the Asian market. The engine makes 30BHP of power from just 148cc, which makes it a perfect screamer. The bike will be launched worldwide, yet countries which allow 2 stroke machines to be sold only will get the machine.
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