As of June 1, 2023, the 2023 Ninja 400 and Z400 are available in Europe through Kawasaki Europe. Since 2018, the new models are complete Euro 5 compliance and come in new colours for the two popular A2-license-compatible motorcycles in Team Green’s middleweight class. Have a look at them.
A parallel-twin engine with a diameter and stroke of 70 mm x 51.8 mm powers the 2023 Ninja 400 and Z400 motorcycles. According to the manufacturer, it is rating at 44.8 hp at 10,000 rpm and 27 lb-ft of torque at 8,000 rpm. A six-speed gearbox comes with this engine.
A 41mm telescopic fork and a monoshock with adjustable feature in the front. A set of 17-inch alloy wheels is standard on both 2023 400 and 2024 400. Two-piston callipers at each end of each semi-floating 310mm and 220mm petal discs are used to stop the vehicle.
Seat height is a very reasonable 785 mm, as you’d expect from an A2-compliant bike, and it can use further customization by the rider using Kawasaki’s Ergo-Fit accessory modifications. The Z400 is somewhat heavier than the Ninja, while the Z400 is slightly heavier than the Ninja. The weight for the 2023 Ninja 400 is only a little above 370 pounds. With about 368 pounds, the Z400 will be available in 2023.
The Kawasaki Ninja 400 has two colour options for the 2023 model year. Besides the lime green and ebony variant, the KRT Edition The Metallic Carbon Gray and Metallic Matte Carbon Gray colourways are also available if you want something a little less green. For more news and updates keep visiting BikersInsider.