Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4R, here is the new small 4-cylinder sports car


There has been talk of the possibility of uploading files for some time. that Kawasaki could launch a new "small" sporty. Therefore, the announcement of the introduction of the new Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4R which expands the Supersport range of the Japanese brand is not entirely surprising. It is a new model that on paper seems to be very interesting. The new bike will be; also flanked by two special versions: Ninja ZX-4R SE and Ninja ZX-4RR. The introduction on the worldwide market is very important. scheduled for February 2023. The model, however, will arrive in in the European market only in autumn. For the moment, the prices have not yet been communicated.


The new Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4R is equipped with a high-strength steel trellis frame inspired by that of the Ninja ZX-25R. In terms of chassis, the bike can; count on a Showa SFF-BP front fork(the Ninja ZX-4SE and Ninja ZX-4RR feature a preload adjuster mechanism) and a back-link horizontal rear suspension system. The manufacturer also adds that the Ninja ZX-4RR has the same type of Showa BFRC-lite rear shock absorber as the Ninja ZX-10R.

The braking system is made from a unique design. composed of double 290 mm semi-floating front discs and monobloc radial calipers, while at the rear it uses a 220 mm disc. The new Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4R uses 120/70 front and 160/60 rear tyres.

The beating heart of this "little super sports car" it is a 400 cc 4-cylinder engine, capable of delivering a maximum power of 57 kW (77 HP) and with pressurized air box, a power of 59 kW (80 HP). The Japanese manufacturer points out that the unit is it is capable of reaching speeds above 15,000 rpmand it is combined with a 6-speed gearbox. Unfortunately, the maximum power and torque regimes have not been communicated.

The new Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4R has 4 riding modes that combine the functions KTRC (Kawasaki Traction Control) in Power Mode: Sport, Road, Rain and Rider. On the Ninja ZX-4R SE and Ninja ZX-4RR, it is possible to install a new one. A bi-directional KQS (Kawasaki Quick Shifter) is fitted as standard, which allows you to change gear without a clutch.

The bike can; also count on front and rear LED lights and a 4.3-inch fully digital color LCD screen. The mode Track allows you to view lap times. The Kawasaki RIDEOLOGY application can be used to connect to your smartphone and use a variety of functions, including recording GPS route information and vehicle driving information. The weight of the bike is of 188 kg (R and RR, 189 kg the SE).

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