When Kawasaki built the 400 Ninja, They really went to town on it, it is lighter, stiffer, and handles great. Comparing it to the 300 Ninja, it is shorter (by 35.6mm—that’s a lot!). This will help quicken steering. The swingarm is longer (by 10mm) to aid rear-wheel traction and suspension action. The engine acts as a structural member. Kawasaki says the Ninja 400 weighs more than 17 pounds less than the 300 it replaces. Another exciting update is the engine, which has grown from 300cc to 400cc. It’s got a lot more low-end and midrange power with even more linear delivery than the 300, so the performance is still very user friendly. It has a thrill-inducing number of ponies, but not so much that you’re likely to wheelie over backward or otherwise get yourself in trouble. It may look like a thoroughbred supersport when it’s leaning on its sidestand, but the Ninja’s riding position is quite relaxed and the suspension doesn’t hammer your backside like a track-taut 600. Now check out the dash! You’ve got a big analog tachometer and gear-position indicator front and center, speed and other pertinent data to the right, and warning lights on the left. There are a lot of new display features for 2018, including average mpg and range to empty. Talk about an "All Arounder", this is it, the 400 Ninja!!! This one has under 150 miles, heck, it only has 130 Miles on it!!! Each bike goes through rigorous inspection, cleaning and examination before we feel comfortable considering it a part of our inventory and available for sale. Once we are through with our thorough inspections and cleanings and the bike has been approved for sale, we photograph it from all angles. The picture views assure to our clients that the bike is in good condition and there are no flaws to hide, which is important to both us and to our online buyers. Be sure to check out brennys dot com for this, and lots of other bikes, scooters, and ATVs!!
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