BS6 Kawasaki Z900 Launched in India
The green-alien, otherwise known as Kawasaki Z900 has landed on our shores in its BS6 iteration. The Z900 is one of the most popular offerings in its segment and its rivals might be worried because, even in its BS6 form, it’s one of the most powerful middleweight streetfighters you can buy today. The BS6 Kawasaki Z900 has priced at INR 7.99 Lakh, which makes the BS6 Kawasaki Z900 INR30 000 teaser.
Kawasaki launched Z900 in February, a special edition that already complied with Euro5. But God knows why it wasn’t. The Japanese bikers may have launched the BS6 model.
Z900 is known for its 948cc fire-breathing engine, and the good news isn’t lost any power, even in its BS6 avatar. At 7,700rpm, the Z900 continues to produce 125bhp@9,500rpm, and 98.6Nm peak torque and is connected to a 6-speed slip and supporting clutch gearbox. The bike has two power modes – low and full in terms of performance. Depending on conditions and individual preferences, the driver can choose between the two power modes. The power output is reduced in low-power mode to around 55% of the current capacity.
Because of all the goodies in its latest iteration, the small price hump of INR 30 000 is justified. Kawasaki has an advanced traction control system added to the safety department. This enables the rider to tackle low-traction surfaces with confidence. The integrated sport, Road, and Rain riding modes have also made it easier to handle the elements. Kawasaki also introduced a new all-digital TFT instrument console that improves the overall look and feel of the cockpit following the latest trend. In comparison with the model of BS4, it also provides much more information.
The BS6 Kawasaki Z900 Rideology app also supports smartphone connectivity. The motorcycle has an all-LED set up to discuss the new features both common to the Special Edition and the BS6 Kawasaki Z900. The new LEDs, lamp position, signal turns, and plates lamp look sharper. It looks sharper In addition to Dunlop Sportmax 2 pneumatic tires, the bike handling capabilities have been further enhanced.
In the Kawasaki Z900, the metallic grey/metal spark black and metallic spark black/metallic flat spark black shades will be available in two separate colors. The Triumph Street Triple R and the RS and the BMW F900R will be the competition. This segment is referred to by the Triumph Street Triple RS. Moto2, which is 121 bhp and 79 Nm, continues to power the street Triple RS. It also now gets a bi-directional quick-shifter as standard. The Monobloc four-piston frontal calipers and other premium cycle parts are continually in use.
The 895cc, parallel-twin, fluid-cooled engine is connected to a six-speed gearbox and the BMW F900R is also powered. The motor produces 105 bhp at 8500 rpm and the maximum 92 Nm torque is 6500 rpm. It also comes with a fully-colored Bluetooth instrument cluster with all-LED headlights. Other features include keyless ignition, ABS cornering, half-suspension, and more.