2024 Kawasaki Eliminator 400 unveiled in Japan, May Launch In India Soon; Check Expected Price, Specs

2024 Kawasaki Eliminator 400 unveiled in Japan, May Launch In India Soon; Check Expected Price, Specs

– Features a new paint scheme and features

– Offered in three variants

– Powered by a 398cc twin-cylinder engine

Kawasaki has launched the 2024 Eliminator 400 in Japan after its recent launch in India. The updated Japanese cruiser comes with exciting new features.

The latest Kawasaki Eliminator model has not undergone any significant changes in terms of design and bodywork. However, the cruiser is now available in three variants – standard, SE, and Plaza edition. Additionally, the Eliminator has been given a few new paint schemes to uplift the overall package.

While the base model only comes in black, the Plaza edition features Pearl Sand Khaki and Pearl Storm Grey colours. On the other hand, the SE trim has dual-tone options of Metallic Flat Spark Black with Metallic Matte Dark Green or Phantom Blue with Ebony.

Additionally, the Plaza and SE variants now come with new features such as phone charging ports, and a GPS-compatible dual camera setup (front and rear) to enhance safety. Moreover, the Kawasaki Eliminator SE has been upgraded with a new headlight cowl to improve aesthetics.

The 2024 Kawasaki Eliminator is equipped with a brand new 398cc parallel-twin cylinder engine, which produces 48bhp at 10,000rpm and 37Nm at 8,000rpm. It has a six-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch. The engine is placed in a trellis frame that is supported by telescopic front forks and dual rear springs. The bike is fitted with a 310mm front and a 240mm rear disc mounted on an 18-inch front and 16-inch rear alloy. To ensure maximum safety, it also features ABS.

Kawasaki will release the Eliminator 400 in Japan in March, with plans to expand to other countries. It remains to be seen whether the model will also be sold in India.

2024 Kawasaki Eliminator 400 – Expected Price 

The Kawasaki Eliminator 400 of the current generation is available for purchase at a cost of Rs 5.62 lakh (excluding showroom charges). It is reasonable to assume that the cost of the next-generation motorcycle will be slightly higher than this existing price tag. After its release, it will compete with the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 and the Shotgun 650.

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