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Kawasaki J300 ABS Specs

Engine 299 cc
Power 27.6 hp
Start Option Electric
Pass Switch Yes
Ignition System ECU
Odometer Digital
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J300 ABS Pros & Cons

Things We Like in J300 ABS


Comfortable ride quality


Things We Dont Like in J300 ABS

Slightly pricey

Could have been equipped with few more modern features

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Kawasaki understood that a scooter is an integral part of the daily commute in urban areas and thus introduced the J300 in the market. This scooter is designed keeping in mind the urban requirements of comfort and practicality. The J300 very clearly reminds us that it is indeed a Kawasaki because of its predator like looks on the front fascia that boasts sleek angular headlamps, huge fairing, and a large windshield. The J300 is powered by a 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, SOHC 4-valve fuel injected 299cc engine with centrifugal clutch. Braking is offered by disc brakes at both ends that are equipped with ABS. The engine is able to produce a power output of 28 PS and a peak torque of 28.7 Nm. For an excellent ride quality and comfort, the J300 gets 37mm telescopic fork suspension and twin-shocks with 5-way adjustable preload at the rear. The J300 ABS is priced at RM 31,498 and is offered in two shades – black and white.

Kawasaki J300 ABS Variants

There are 1 variants available of J300 ABS: Standard.

Kawasaki J300 ABS Power-trains

The J300 ABS is powered by a Liquid Cooled Fuel Injection 299 cc 1 Cylinder engine that gives 27.6hp of power at 7750 rpm and 28.7 Nm Torque at 6250 rpm. It comes with the option of a Variable Speed transmission gearbox. The J300 ABS has a seat height of 775 mm. The Front Tyre size is 120/80 R14 & Rear Tyre size is 150/70 R13.

Kawasaki J300 ABS Features

The feature list of J300 ABS includes ABS, Pass Switch and Street Riding Modes in terms of safety.

Features Chassis, Suspension & Brake include Telescopic Fork Front Suspension, Twin Shocks Rear Suspension, Tube Diamond Body Frame Type, Dual Stepped Seat Type, Steel Body Frame Material, Side Wings, Disc Front Brake and Disc Rear Brake.

Features for Console include Digital Odometer, Digital Fuel Gauge, Tachometer, Analog Speedometer, Display Screen, Oil Change Indicator and Tripmeter.

Kawasaki J300 ABS Competitors

The J300 ABS Competitors are: Honda Forza and Yamaha XMax 250.

Kawasaki J300 ABS 2020 Price List

Variant   Specifications  
Kawasaki J300 ABS Standard    299 cc, 27.6 hp, Electric, Petrol
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Kawasaki J300 ABS Colors

J300 ABS is available in 2 different colors - White and Black.

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Kawasaki J300 ABS Review

  • J300 ABS Overview
  • Kawasaki J300 ABS Design
  • J300 ABS Ride & Handling
  • Kawasaki J300 ABS Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • J300 ABS Braking & Safety
  • Kawasaki J300 ABS Verdict

J300 ABS Overview

Amidst the range of all the small, medium, and big performance oriented motorcycles, Kawasaki does offer a unique scooter in the name of J300. The entry-level maxi-scooter is the only scooter offering from Kawasaki in Malaysia, with an edgy and modern design as well as strong mechanicals. The J300 has been priced by Kawasaki at RM 31,498 and is being offered in two sober paint shades of black and white.

Kawasaki J300 ABS Design

Like every other maxi-scooter on sale in the country, the Kawasaki J300 too offers a big and premium design, which gives a European flair to it.

At the front, the Kawasaki J300 has got a huge front fairing with centrally mounted dual headlamp assembly. Flanking the angular headlamps on both the upper edges are 3-bulb LED position lamps, which give the J300 a contemporary front fascia. The saber-tooth shaped clear lens turn indicators below the headlamps on both the sides look good too. Adding some more visual appeal to the front of the J300 is the huge fully adjustable transparent front windshield.

The side profile of the Kawasaki J300 is a bit generic from the standards of the maxi-scooter category, however, it still manages to look quite distinctive from other entry-level scooters. The partitioned floorboard reduces the load carrying capacity of the J300, however, it is quite ergonomic for tall riders as well. The single piece seat, as well as pillion grab rail, are large and very comfortable to use. At the rear, the J300 gets a W-shaped LED tail lamp assembly.

The rider’s cockpit of the Kawasaki J300 too is one unique view to see, with the scooter getting wide clip-on handlebars finished in silver color, thus adding to the overall premium feel of the scooter. The two analog dials for speedometer and tachometer, with a small LCD screen for digital readouts of fuel gauge, temperature gauge, clock, odometer, and trip meters, looks quite huge and nicely styled. However, given today’s times, we would have loved to see a fully digital instrument console on the J300. The J300 also comes with a large under-seat storage compartment with LED lighting as well as a small handy glove box mounted on the front apron, with the latter getting a dedicated 12V socket for charging your smart-phone.

J300 ABS Ride & Handling

The most focusable trait of a maxi-scooter is offering a plush and smooth ride quality, an aspect in which the J300 emerges out as a clear winner. Sitting on a tube diamond frame, the Kawasaki J300 is blessed with 37 mm telescopic fork at the front and twin shocks with 5-way adjustable preload at the rear.

The overall ride quality, thanks to the wide and grippy 120/80-14M/C front tyre and 150/70-13M/C rear tyre, is massively impressive in terms of overall comfort levels. The 260mm front disc brake, as well as 240mm rear disc brake too, is flawless in terms of feedback.

Kawasaki J300 ABS Engine & Fuel Consumption

Compared to the rev-happy engines of the other motorcycles from Kawasaki, the J300 has got a sedate sounding four-stroke, single cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 299cc engine. The engine mated to a smooth operating CVT transmission, belts out a maximum power output of 28PS and a peak torque output of 28.7Nm. Like all the other Kawasaki engines, refinement of the J300’s engine is undoubtedly the best in the segment. Adding a few more zest to the engine is the usable midrange, making it very friendly for urban riding conditions.

J300 ABS Braking & Safety

Given the entry-level positioning of the J300, it is safe to say that the scooter misses out on many sophisticated safety aids commonly found in bigger middleweight maxi-scooters. However, the presence of dual channel ABS ensures that handling the J300 in all emergency braking conditions is not a haphazard experience.

Kawasaki J300 ABS Verdict

The Kawasaki J300 is one perfect scooter for all those who want a premium maxi-scooter experience without feeling too much intimidated by its size. With very friendly stance and dimensions, the J300’s practicality only gets more likeable with the torquey engine as well as smooth and pliant suspension setup.

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Kawasaki J300 ABS FAQ

What are the Safety Features Available in Kawasaki J300 ABS?

The safety features available in Kawasaki J300 ABS Below:

Feature Value
Pass Switch Yes
Back Rest No
Engine Check Warning No
Leg Guards No
Engine Immobilizer No
Stability Control No
Anti-Theft Alarm No
Traction Control No
Central Locking No
Launch Control No
Wheel Lock Front/back No
Riding Modes Street
Shutter Lock No
Is Kawasaki J300 ABS available in Electric?

No, Kawasaki J300 ABS doesn't comes with Electric Option. Electric Fuel Type is also available in Below:

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Treeletrik T-70 RM 4,500 - RM 5,600
Treeletrik T-90 RM 8,800 - RM 9,900
Niu N-Series RM 8,800
What are the top variants of Kawasaki J300 ABS?

The top spec variant for Kawasaki J300 ABS is Standard at .Kawasaki J300 ABS Variants:

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