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2018 Kawasaki Ninja 400

First Ride & Review

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2018 Kawasaki Ninja 400 | First Ride & Review

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MotoVlog Camera: GoPro Hero 4 Silver
Point & Shoot: Sony RX 100ii
Audio: Sony 2 Channel Lapel Mic

Helmet: Shoei RF1200
Gloves: Dainese 4 stroke
Jacket: Dainese Air

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  1. I really dont like the 400 in terms of looks. The 300 had the "supersport" look. It just looked like the ZX-6R's little brother. The 300 looked way more like a "real" supersport than the 400. The 400 just looks like a smaller 650.

  2. 3:33 "Everything about this initially just screams… <can't think of what to say, oh God help me think of what words to say now!> … uuhhh… screams easy" 🙂 got a chuckle out of that. Nice review, subscribed!

  3. One thing I don't like about Kawasaki – and i owned a 2016 Ninja 300 – is the frequency of service intervals. They are not cheap either. My 300 had a every-12,000 km valve adjustment and with an oil change Kawasaki wanted over $1000. I got rid of the 300 as much as i enjoyed riding it, and upgraded to a new cbr600rr and it's service valve adj intervals are approx every 30,000…i forget exactly. So, these are hidden costs you need to be aware of and rarely do i hear motorcycle reviewers discuss it. Don't just look at the sticker price…look at the service intervals.

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