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What are the differences between the Ninja 400, R3 and CBR500R

2018 Kawasaki Ninja 400

The Ninja 400, R3, and CBR500R are all popular options for those in the market for a sport motorcycle. However, each bike has its own unique set of features and specifications that set it apart from the others.

The Ninja 400, for example, is a lightweight and nimble bike that is perfect for new riders or those looking for a more manageable ride. It has a 399cc engine that produces 49 horsepower and 28 lb-ft of torque, and a top speed of around 120 mph. The bike also features a low seat height and a comfortable riding position, making it easy to handle for riders of all sizes.

2020 Yamaha R3

The R3, on the other hand, is a bit larger and more powerful than the Ninja 400. It has a 321cc engine that produces 42 horsepower and 29 lb-ft of torque, and a top speed of around 135 mph. The R3 also has a more aggressive riding position and a higher seat height, making it more suited for experienced riders.

The CBR500R is a middleweight motorcycle with a 471cc engine that produces 47 horsepower and 32 lb-ft of torque, and a top speed of around 130 mph. It is also more sport-oriented, and is a great option for those looking for a balance between power and comfort.

2016 Honda CBR500R

In summary, all three bikes have their own unique characteristics and are tailored to different types of riders. The Ninja 400 is best for new riders or those looking for a manageable ride, the R3 is more powerful and better suited for experienced riders, and the CBR500R is a great option for those looking for a balance between power and comfort.

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