Kawasaki has always believed in small-displacement supersports bikes and now the Japanese factory introduces at EICMA 2017 its third generation of “small” Ninja. The new Ninjia 400 is equipped with 399 cc and 45 cv twin-cylinder engine and can now offer greater performance as well as compactness and lightness. It is in fact significantly lighter (8 kg less) than the old Ninjia 300 and adopts a lightweight steel trellis and standard suspensions (the rear has a progressive link). As for what concerns braking system the Ninja 400's is equipped with a semi-floating 300 mm front disc and 220 mm rear disc with ABS unit from Nissin. Its (wet) weighs (168 kg) and the seat height (785 mm) strengthen its winning formula and makes it ready to continue to compete in the Supersport 300 World Championship. Kawasaki will be at EICMA 2017, pavilion 11, booth N46.