Ninja 400

Born from the DNA of the original street bike of choice, the new Ninja 400 takes its humble Ninja 250 beginnings and amplifies it with advancements fitting for a championship bike on race track.

  • Engine Type

    Liquid-Cooled, Parallel Twin, Fuel Injected
  • Max Power

    48.9 HP @ 10,000 rpm
  • Max Torque

    38.0 N.m (3.9 kgf.m) @ 8,000 rpm
  • Transmission

    6-speed, return
  • Curb Mass

  • Fuel Capacity

  • MSRP*

    Php 340,900

Born from DNA of the world-renowned Ninja 250R, the Ninja 400 offers top-class Ninja styling and design reminiscent of his higher displacement brothers, the Ninja 650, the Ninja ZX-10R and the Ninja H2. Equipped with a 399cc engine, Kawasaki's newest beast offers a balance of performance and controllability - a trait derived from the typical winning Ninja formula - which makes it ideal for both new and experienced riders. This duality - the ability to offer excitement and ease of riding to a wide range of customers - is sure to make the Ninja 400 a fan favorite on the road.

*MSRP may vary depending on region, excludes freight and other charges, and may change without prior notice.

Assist & Slipper Clutch

Assist Clutch: Increases the pressure applied on the clutch plates, thus decreasing tension on the spring, resulting to a lighter clutch lever pull

Slipper Clutch: Forces clutch hub and plates apart, decreasing torque and preventing rear wheel skidding during engine break

Kawasaki Heat Management Technology

To increase rider comfort, the radiator fan and the side fairings were designed to blow hot air away from the rider’s legs.

Lightweight Trellis Frame

The Ninja 400 features a trellis frame similar to the Ninja H2. Weighing at only 164 kgs (lighter than the Ninja 300). Its slim design facilitates control and ease of riding, making the Ninja 400 an easy choice for both new and experienced riders.

Largest Disc Brake in its Class

The Ninja 400 comes with incredible stopping power with large 310mm semi-floating front disc brakes, which is the same ones used on the Ninja ZX-14R, making it the largest in its class