2024 Kawasaki Eliminator Launched In India, Priced At Rs 5.62 Lakh
News by Team Drivio | 6th Jan 24
The 2024 Kawasaki Eliminator comes in a Neo-retro design, 451cc engine, rider-centric features, Bluetooth connectivity, ergo-fit tech, and advanced safety with dual-channel ABS.
- Lightweight trellis frame for enhanced maneuverability and accessibility with a low seat height.
- Circular LCD instrument panel with modern features, including Bluetooth connectivity via the Rideology app.
- Classic cruiser silhouette, inspired by Vulcan 650, prioritizing rider comfort and upright posture.
India Kawasaki has launched the 2024 Eliminator, an urban cruiser featuring a 451cc parallel-twin engine derived from the Ninja Z400. Priced at Rs 5.62 lakh (ex-showroom), deliveries start mid-January. The design, reminiscent of Vulcan 650, incorporates a round LED headlamp, teardrop-shaped fuel tank, and megaphone exhaust, prioritizing rider comfort. A wide handlebar and neutral footpeg position encourage a relaxed riding posture.
|130 PS @ 13,000 rpm
|69 Nm @ 10,800 rpm
The Eliminator comes with a circular LCD instrument panel with modern features like a digital speedometer, tachometer, and bluetooth connectivity through the Rideology app. Safety features include dual-channel ABS, smartphone connectivity, slip-and-assist clutch, and ergo-fit technology for customizable seat height and footpeg placement.
Built on a lightweight trellis frame, the cruiser offers a low seat height of 734mm. The suspension comprises a 41-mm telescopic fork at the front and a twin-shock setup at the rear while braking duties are managed by a 310-mm semi-floating disc at the front and a 220-mm disc at the rear. With 18-inch front and 16-inch rear 10-spoke alloy wheels, the Eliminator's tire profile measures 130/70-18 at the front and 150/80-16 at the rear.
Competing with the Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 and Harley-Davidson X440, the Eliminator redefines urban cruising with its stylish design and robust performance.