The 2023 editions of Kawasaki’s Ninja ZX-4 and ZX-4RR are headed to Australia, set to land in dealerships in the third quarter. Although final specifications and pricing are yet to be confirmed, we do know neither model will be learner legal.
The Ninja ZX-4R features a liquid-cooled, DOHC, 16-valve 399cc in-line four cylinder engine in a compact chassis. On the track or on the street, it offers unprecedented power, intoxicating high-rpm wail, and sharp, nimble handing.
Kawasaki’s ZX-4R will feature a six speed transmission paired with a slipper clutch that offers smooth gear changes for every ride occasion. Four integrated riding modes make it simple to select a level of traction control and power to suit the current riding conditions.
The twin LED lighting adds a sophisticated, high-grade look while providing excellent illumination. A quality coloured instrument display delivers a high level of visibility, and Bluetooth connectivity through the Ridealogy app..
Three mode Kawasaki traction control provides enhanced sport performance and peace of mind. In the looks department, stylish star-pattern 5-spoke wheels contribute to the light weight, while the high rigidity benefits handling as well as aesthetic appeal.
The second new model, the Ninja ZX-4RR, features a Showa BFRC lite rear shock derived from the ZX-10R, but specifically tuned for this bike, and is also equipped with a dual directional quick shifter.
For further information, contact your local Kawasaki dealer.