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2014 Kawasaki Ninja 300 Special Edition

The two models are identical form a technical point of view, as they share the same frame and 296cc parallel twin injected engine, the same wheels and braking system, and the same bodywork. Revving up to the 11,000 rpm mark yields a 39 hp peak power while the maximum torque of 29Nm (21.4 lb-ft) is reached 1,000 revs lower. The Kawasaki Ninja 300 Special Edition uses the same 6-speed manual transmission and assist/ slipper clutch.

Fuel injection has a dual throttle valve system which allows a smoother, more manageable power and torque delivery when twisting the throttle hard, while the anti-hopping clutch makes strong downshifting safer and easier to deal with, and pulling the clutch feel much lighter.

The 37mm fork is complemented by a bottom link Uni-Trak gas-charged rear damper with 5-way adjustability, and braking power comes from two petal rotors, a 220mm rear and a 290mm front one, both with dual-piston calipers. Both bikes share the same curb mass of 172 kg (379.7 lb), with a small extra bulk in case of an ABS-equipped model.

So basically the “special” in the 2014 Kawasaki Ninja 300 Special Edition comes from the red racing-look rim stripes and the black and silver accents on the bodywork panels, including the tank and tail section. Both the Special Edition and the base Ninja 300 models come with Eco Riding indicator light and are A2 license-compliant.

The Special Edition Ninja 300 is £4,949 (€6,250 or $8,385, UK prices), with £400 (€500 or $680) extra for the ABS version.
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What is it about the 2014 Ninja 300 ABS that has new and experienced riders raving?

Let’s see, shall we. 

By now, you’ve gathered that I prefer baggers to sportbikes, but a recent test ride of Kawasaki’s 2014 Ninja 300 ABS may have tilted my favor a bit. I generally prefer robust machines sporting engines that can be heard all the way in Timbuktu, but there’s something undeniably special about the Ninja 300. 

Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS Overview

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A noticeable upgrade from its 250 Ninja predecessor, the 2014 Ninja 300 ABS was both a confidence-inspiring ride from the start (which bodes well for all you beginners, I’d say). From the moment my six-foot frame nestled into the saddle, I could tell this was going to be a fairly comfortable ride. The seat height was a nice compromise between a cruiser and a standard bike, and the seat itself designed such that I was able to maintain an upright riding position, which, given my advanced age, boded well for me. Plus, I was able to adjust the foot pegs slightly to accommodate my long(ish) legs.

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On to the handling: I was quite impressed. Granted, the Ninja 300 is designed by a company that values control and precision, so I wasn’t entirely shocked when the bike responded to my leans with the grace and agility of a professional ballerina. And the engine itself is pretty smooth as well: liquid-cooled, boasting a compression ratio just over 10:1. Given the small displacement of this bike, I was surprised at just how much power it produced at its max 12,000 RPMs (let alone that it could even reach that many revs per minute). Needless to say, this characteristic of the Ninja 300 boded particularly well for me in the fuel economy department—at highway speeds, I was getting just over 60 miles to the gallon!

On another note, while I do enjoy a flawless shift between gears as well as having to apply virtually no pressure to the clutch, I did notice myself yearning for the sort of sensation that Ninja’s larger displacement bikes produce at full throttle. Still, I wasn’t the least bit disappointed by this, and also I recognize how important a controlled ride is to beginners, especially considering how often you’ll be frequenting the city while you get your bearings straight. The Ninja’s suspension is finely tuned in the front and rear, with preload adjustability for heavier riders, so there’s no need to “tread lightly” when the roads turn a little worse for the wear.  

Overall, the 2014 Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS is incredibly forgiving despite its rigid frame, and anyone who passes up the opportunity to test it would be missing out hugely. It’s pure pleasure to ride, no matter where you are. 

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2014 Kawasaki Ninja ABS Specs

  • Engine: 296cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin
  • Bore x Stroke: 62.0 x 49.0mm
  • Compression ratio: 10.6:1
  • Fuel Injection: DFI® with dual 32mm throttle bodies
  • Ignition: TCBI with digital advance
  • Transmission: Six-speed
  • Final drive: Chain

  • Front suspension: 37mm hydraulic telescopic fork; 4.7 in. wheel travel
  • Rear suspension: Uni-Trak® with 5-way adjustable preload; 5.2 in. wheel travel

  • Front tire: 110/70-17
  • Rear tire: 140/70-17

  • Front brakes: Single 290mm petal-type disc with two-piston hydraulic caliper and ABS
  • Rear brakes: Single 220mm petal-type disc with two-piston hydraulic caliper and ABS

  • Wheelbase: 55.3 in.
  • L x W x H: 79.3 x 28.1 x 43.7 in.
  • Seat height: 30.9 in.
  • Curb weight: 383.7 lbs
  • Fuel capacity: 4.5 gal

What the Ninja 300 ABS is…

  • A sportbike with commuter ergonomics and capabilities
  • Fun to ride in the city, on the highway, and virtually anywhere two wheels can go
  • An excellent introduction into the world of riding

What it isn’t...

  • Exceptionally powerful; don’t let the Twin’s RPMs fool you
  • A wallflower—everyone’s gonna want a piece of this machine!
  • Suited for long distances; you’ll need to make frequent pit stops to readjust

Did this review of Kawasaki’s Ninja 300 ABS pique your interest? Let’s see what you have to say about it in a comment. 


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Kawasaki Ninja 300

The Kawasaki Ninja 300, or EX300, is a 296 cc (18.1 cu in) Ninja seriessport bike introduced by Kawasaki in 2012 for the 2013 model year. It is sold in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America.[5][6][7] When introduced, the Ninja 300R replaced the Ninja 250R in some markets, and in others they were sold alongside each other.[8][9] When the 2018 model year Ninja 400 was introduced, it replaced the 300 in some markets.[10]


The Ninja 300 is based on the Ninja 250R, a lightweight and inexpensive sport bike in production for over three decades.[11] Like the Ninja 250R, it has a full fairing, but a wider rear tire, 140/70, instead of the 130/70 on the 250R.[12] The Ninja 300 also has 5 spoke wheels, neutral finder, and optional antilock braking system (ABS).[13][14] By comparison with the 250R, the Ninja 300 also has a slightly smaller fuel tank, taller gearing,[15] and a back-torque-limiting slipper clutch with an assist mechanism that decreases clutch lever effort.[4] Despite being a sport bike, it has comfortable ergonomics (such as windscreen effectively protecting from wind blast) which promotes commuting.[14]


The Ninja 300 has a 296 cc (18.1 cu in) straight-twin engine.[16]Dynamometer tests showed that the Ninja 300 produces more power with 39.95 hp (29.79 kW) compared with the 250's 25.48 hp (19.00 kW), and higher torque across the rev range at 18 to 13.57 lb⋅ft (24.40 to 18.40 N⋅m).[1][15]

Its top speed has been recorded at 180 km/h (112 mph) and acceleration at 5.6 seconds from 0 to 97 km/h (0 to 60 mph), and around 14.5 seconds at 141.14 to 145.77 km/h (87.7 to 90.58 mph) in the quarter mile.[1][2] The stopping distance from 97 to 0 km/h (60 to 0 mph) of the ABS model was 38.0 to 41.1 m (124.6 to 135 ft).[1][2]

The Ninja 300's fuel economy was measured at around 70 mpg‑US (3.4 L/100 km; 84 mpg‑imp), while other sources reported it at 54.1 mpg‑US (4.35 L/100 km; 65.0 mpg‑imp), though regardless of the methodology, the 300 showed improved gas mileage over the Ninja 250R.[1][2]


The Ninja 300 competes with (and is commonly compared with) other entry-level (300/250 cc) bikes such as Yamaha R3, KTM RC390, Suzuki GSXR-250 and Honda CBR300R.[17]


In an effort to increase its compliance with Euro IV, Kawasaki released the Ninja 400 which replaced the Ninja 300 in most markets.[18][19][20]

2013 Ninja 300


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2014 Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS Full Review First Impressions

The Premium Lightweight Sportbike

At first glance, the Kawasaki Ninja 300 might be mistaken for a middleweight sportbike, and studying its spec sheet isn’t going to offer many clues to the contrary. The Ninja 300 boasts many performance-enhancing features found on larger Ninja models, such as a digital fuel injection system, an F.C.C. clutch with assist and slipper functions, and an incredibly light and compact motorcycle ABS brake system. Not only is the Ninja 300 the best lightweight sportbike available today, it is also more than capable of surprising hard-edged competitors with twice its displacement in tight and technical corners. Compared to most sportbikes, the Ninja 300 ABS also offers a more comfortable seating position and an easy reach to the ground, for ease of use and maximum day-to-day riding enjoyment.

Ninja 300’s hearty 296cc liquid-cooled, parallel twin is tuned to deliver strong low-end and mid-range torque for around-town rideability as well as excellent high-rpm power for spirited riding, yet this over-achieving performance is silky smooth, thanks to its digital fuel injection (DFI®) system, which helps ensure easy cold starting, excellent throttle response and great fuel efficiency.

In addition to its long-stroke 296cc displacement, other Ninja 300 engine features include: a low-friction cam chain for maximum power and efficiency, a moderate 10.6:1 compression ratio that allows the use of regular gasoline, and lightweight pistons that feature a hard anodized coating for low-friction and maximum performance at all rpm.

Those high-tech pistons are effectively cooled by a crankcase design that directs a spray of cooling oil across their bottom surfaces. Lightweight piston pins help reduce reciprocating weight without sacrificing an impressively high redline, and the sleeveless “open-deck” die-cast aluminum cylinders feature a friction-reducing “T-treatment” plating for maximum durability. A large-volume, 2.4-liter oil pan with cooling fins helps keep operating temperatures in check, but is shaped to allow maximum ground clearance. An easy-to-access cartridge type spin-on oil filter helps simplify maintenance.

Its six-speed sequential transmission features Kawasaki’s positive neutral finder to make finding neutral a cinch when stopped. This efficient engine and transmission help the Ninja 300 provide plenty of enjoyment from the initial learning curve, all the way through advanced sport riding, track days, and club racing.

A premium quality F.C.C. clutch with assist and slipper functions helps reduce lever effort by up to 25%, and helps the clutch plates handle the 300’s engine output. The clutch’s unique “slipper” design also helps reduce rear wheel-hop that can be caused by aggressive downshifting.

Anti-lock front and rear disc brakes are equipped with a compact, lightweight Nissin ABS system for extra peace of mind when road conditions are questionable. Its 290mm front and 220mm petal-type rear brake rotors are gripped by powerful two-piston hydraulic calipers. Like all Kawasaki Ninja models, the 300 is equipped with high-quality components that were tuned using feedback from professional riders at Kawasaki’s incredible Autopolis race circuit to help ensure class-leading performance and an entertaining ride for even the most advanced riders.

Though the main frame is highly rigid for optimum handling, not all rigidity is positive; that’s why Kawasaki engineers designed special front engine isolation mounts that help make this Ninja noticeably smoother than the lightweight sportbike competition, despite the extra power produced by its 296cc engine.

The Ninja 300 sportbike’s front and rear suspension is tuned to complement that rigid frame. Its spring rates provide a comfortable ride on rough city streets, without compromising the legendary sportbike handling that makes it a true Ninja.

Aggressive bodywork features a sharp-edged design and offers effective heat management with superb aerodynamics. This modern sportbike not only looks great, but also features a modern floating windscreen design that helps minimize buffeting for smooth airflow around the rider’s helmet.

The Ninja 300’s digital/analog combo instrument panel features a large easy-to-read analog tachometer coupled with a digital multifunction display that includes speedometer, odometer, dual trip meters, fuel gauge, and digital clock functions. The attractive instrument panel also features indicator lights, while the digital screen incorporates a handy economical riding indicator (ECO) that illuminates to alert riders when they are operating the Ninja 300 in a manner that will maximize fuel economy.

A natural riding position and comfortable ergonomics combine with lightweight handling and nimble response to deliver pure pleasure everywhere from city streets and highways, to twisty backroads and even racetracks. Full-size, 17-inch, 10-spoke wheels contribute to this great handling package.

Lightweight and agile, the Ninja 300 delivers low ownership costs coupled with effortless class-leading sportbike performance!

An extensive range of Genuine Kawasaki Accessories are available through authorized Kawasaki dealers.

Key Features

  • ABS brakes boost rider confidence
  • Low 30.9-inch seat height and tapered seat boosts confidence for smaller riders
  • 296cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin design offers far superior highway passing power and clearly dominant acceleration compared to other lightweight sportbikes
  • Digital Fuel Injection (DFI®) system uses dual 32mm throttle bodies and provides outstanding throttle response and superb fuel economy
  • F.C.C. clutch with assist and slipper functions provides excellent power handling capabilities with a light feel at the lever. Design also makes clutch easy to modulate and reduces the effect of back-torque to help minimize wheel hop when downshifting
  • Sportbike bodywork features an aggressive and edgy design with strong Ninja family DNA that sets the Ninja 300 apart from its lightweight sportbike competitors
  • High-tensile frame provides optimum flex for superior feel and agility compared to the competition
  • 10-spoke 17-inch sportbike wheels look great and can fit premium sportbike rubber for optimum handling
  • Six-speed transmission features a roller-type shift drum for smooth actuation coupled with strong gears for maximum durability. It also offers wide selection of ratios to match varied riding conditions and its positive neutral finder makes it easy to find neutral when stopped
  • Kawasaki Air Management System (KAMS) uses a special deflector to channel hot air from the back of the radiator, so that it exits the bottom of the motorcycle, instead of being blown onto the rider when the fan is active. This makes hot days and slow traffic much cooler than it would be if riding another brand of lightweight sportbike

296cc Parallel-Twin Cylinder Engine

  • Compact parallel-twin design offers good mass centralization for nimble handling
  • Tuned to deliver smooth, step-free power with excellent mid-range and high-rpm power for effective highway performance
  • Low-friction cam chain design promotes maximum power and efficiency
  • Moderate 10.6:1 compression ratio allows the use of regular 87-octane unleaded gasoline and helps reduce operating temperatures
  • High-tech pistons reduce reciprocating weight and feature a hard anodized coating to minimize friction and boost performance at every rpm
  • Sleeveless “open-deck” die-cast aluminum cylinders are minimize weight and feature a friction-reducing “T-treatment” plating
  • Crank journal bearings are made from a strong alloy for maximum durability
  • Large-volume 2.4 liter oil pan features cooling fins and excellent ground clearance
  • Easy-to-access cartridge type spin-on oil filter helps simplify maintenance

Exhaust System

  • Long, curved 2-into-1 header design contributes to the Ninja 300’s low
  • and mid-range torque and smooth, step-free power curve
  • Complex geometry silencer design offers modern styling and meets all regulations without compromising engine performance
  • Large brushed-finish metal silencer guard reduce noise and helps protect passenger from exhaust heat
  • Meets strict Euro 3 emission standards with a single catalyzer in the collector section

Liquid Cooling with KAMS

  • Kawasaki Air Management System (KAMS) uses a special deflector to redirect hot air from the radiator fan, so it exits the bottom of the motorcycle instead of being blown onto the rider
  • Lightweight Denso radiator offers effective engine cooling with minimal space and weight
  • Fan design uses a quiet-running motor that also saves space
  • Fins on the lower side of the crankcase provide additional engine cooling

Six-speed Transmission with F.C.C. Assist & Slipper Clutch

  • Premium F.C.C. clutch with assist and slipper functions can handle more power with significantly less lever effort than traditional clutches
  • Clutch design also makes it easy to modulate and helps reduce the effect of back-torque for reduced wheel-hop when downshifting
  • Six-speed transmission features a roller-type shift drum for smooth actuation and strong gears for maximum durability. It also offers wide selection of ratios to match varied riding conditions and its positive neutral finder makes it easy to find neutral when stopped
  • Involute splines minimize friction and backlash between gears and shafts for easy gear-meshing and smooth shifting under power

Digital Fuel Injection (DFI®)

  • Dual 32mm Keihin throttle bodies and a digital ECU offer easy starting, crisp throttle response, and help provide low fuel consumption

ABS Disc Brakes with Petal-type Rotors

  • ABS brakes feature an incredibly compact Nissin ABS unit.
  • The entire ABS system weighs only 4.5 lbs.
  • Large-diameter, 290mm front petal disc and a balanced action two-piston caliper offer excellent braking performance and a natural, direct feeling at the lever
  • Two-piston caliper grips the rear 220mm petal disc

Rigid Sportbike Chassis

  • High-tensile steel frame uses rigid main pipes for optimum chassis response and steering precision
  • Frame design and chassis tuning offer confidence-inspiring stability at both high and low speeds
  • Beefy swingarm bracket contributes to the frame’s rigidity and helps achieve an optimal balance of chassis stiffness
  • Square-beam swingarm complements the frame’s rigidity


  • 37mm telescopic front fork complements the rigid frame and wide rear tire
  • Uni-Trak® rear suspension linkage helps provide predictable sportbike handling and good ride comfort
  • Rear shock features 5-way adjustable preload to help manage rear ride height whether riding solo or with a passenger

Wheels & Tires

  • Attractive 17-inch 10-spoke wheels allow fitment of modern sportbike tires
  • IRC RX-01R tires were developed in conjunction with Kawasaki and are a perfect match for the sporting dynamics of the 2014 Ninja 300 sportbike. They also provide excellent performance over a very wide range of operating conditions

High-Tech Instrumentation

  • Large easy-to-read analog tachometer
  • Multifunction digital display features an easy-to-read speedometer, odometer, dual trip meters, fuel gauge, digital clock and warning lights
  • Economical riding indicator (ECO) illuminates to let the rider know when they are operating the Ninja 300 in a manner that will maximize fuel economy

Aerodynamic Bodywork

  • Sportbike bodywork features an aggressive and edgy design with strong Ninja family DNA that sets the Ninja 300 apart from its lightweight sportbike competitors
  • Modern floating windscreen design helps reduce turbulence and rider fatigue
  • Aggressive dual-lamp headlight design, minimalist tail section and separate seats further enhance this sportbike’s aggressive appearance
  • Two helmet holders conveniently located under the rear seat
  • Two-stage under-seat storage compartment can hold a small U-lock or similar device and is hinged for easy access to the tool kit
  • Two hooks under the tail, plus two behind the rear passenger pegs provide anchor points for securing items to the rear of the bike


  • Rider’s seat design is narrower near its front section, making it easier for riders to reach the ground
  • Passenger seat features a flat angle which makes it easy to secure cargo or soft luggage
  • Slightly forward-slanting seat and wide, slightly raised handlebars give the Ninja 300 a naturally comfortable riding position

Genuine Kawasaki Accessories

  • All accessories approved by Kawasaki engineers
  • Color Matched Seat Cowl is factory designed with integrated styling cues and molded pad perfectly color matched to your Ninja 300
  • Tank Bag and Soft Top Case custom designed tank bag made exclusively for the Ninja 300. Can be installed or removed quickly, multiple storage areas for your gear expandable for carrying larger items
  • “Tall” Windscreen factory designed for easy installation 3” taller bubble design adds wind protection. Features an optically correct 3-D curvature
  • Fuel Tank/Knee Pad features matching graphics and helps protect the paint on the fuel tank while also providing better grip at the rider interface. A touch of personalization to enhance its sportbike styling
  • Engine Guards factory designed for easy installation helps reduce the possibility of bodywork damage in case of tip over


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