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Kawasaki Z650 Latest Updates

Kawasaki dealerships across India are offering heavy discounts on the BS4 Z650. Discounts range from Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 lakh depending on the dealership. These discounts are been given to clear BS4 stocks before the arrival of the BS6 Z650.

The 2020 Kawasaki Z650 has been unveiled at the 2019 EICMA. For 2020, the bike comes with a full-LED headlight mounted on a new cowl, a TFT instrument console that’s smartphone compatible as well as a thicker and wider pillion seat for better comfort. Apart from this, the bike also comes with grippier Dunlop Sportmax Roadsport 2 tyres. The engine’s peak power output remains the same at 68PS at 8000rpm but the peak torque has gone down a bit. It produces 64Nm at 6700rpm against 65.7Nm at 6500rpm in the 2019 bike.

Underpinnings such as telescopic forks, rear monoshock, dual 300mm petal disc and the 220mm petal disc have all remained unchanged. That said, the bike weighs 3kg lighter than before, tipping the scales at 187kg kerb.

Kawasaki Z650 Price

Kawasaki Z650 price start at Rs. 5.69 lakh (Ex-Showroom). Kawasaki Z650 is offered in only one variant - Standard.

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Z650 Standard
649 cc | 21.16 kmpl
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Z650

Q. Is it suitable for short rider - Z650?
  • It has a seat height of 785mm, it would be comfortable yor you. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers
  • Yes its fine for as short as 5-5 I suppose
Q. Is it fit for indian road because very low ground clearance - Z650?
  • There is no such problem while riding this bike on Indian roads condition. Moreover, its great dynamic and commuting abilities, the Z650 could have done with lesser vibrations. It isn't so much of a bother around winding roads, but while commuting and especially if you decide to tour on it, the vibes are bound to get irritating.
  • There is no such problem while riding this bike on Indian roads condition. Moreover, its great dynamic and commuting abilities, the Z650 could have done with lesser vibrations. It isn't so much of a bother around winding roads, but while commuting and especially if you decide to tour on it, the vibes are bound to get irritating.
  • Well you do scrap underbelly on weird bumps India produces. Overall it's a 75% chance that you'll glide through each bump unless you're loaded with a heavy pillion.
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Q. Hello sir street rod or z650 for city commute?
  • The Street Rod has a lot more character than the Street 750; not just visually, but in terms of the riding experience too. The Street Rod is a motorcycle for more experienced riders who want a smaller motorcycle for riding around town. It looks a whole lot sportier, offers better performance and handles a lot better too. Harley-Davidson says it has worked extensively on improving quality levels and fit-finish levels, and our test bike’s quality echeoed that promise. The Rod has taken up the mantle of the thrill-seeking back-alley brawler of the Street family. On the other hand, the Z650 retails at Rs 5.19 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi and that is fantastic value even if you simply consider the addition of ABS and the slipper clutch, both of which make the bike a lot safer, and more dummy proof. It is a good buy for a wide range of motorcyclists – be it someone upgrading from a single cylinder machine, with its friendliness and easy rideability, or experienced riders who wanted an easy going middleweight as compared to their more potent litre-class machine. Its compact dimensions, lighter weight, shorter seat height and even more linear power delivery make it more accessible to amateur riders, while experienced riders get to revel in its improved performance and dynamics. The Z650 makes a good step-up for buyers graduating from 250cc single-cylinder bikes and has performance and dynamics good enough to keep them happy for a long time while also being unintimidating enough for them to get quickly used to. It returned 23.77kmpl in our highway tests and 21.16kmpl in the city test. To sum up - There’s ample low to mid-range grunt which is a boon in the city and in fact, the improved agility means the Z650 feels almost as nimble to ride as a 150! Initial throttle response is smoother, and riding in the city is more an easier affair.
  • STREET ROD anyday! To be fair I haven't ridden a z650 but after falling in love with a Street Rod I have no urge to try out another two wheeler! ;)
  • Z650 can be but Street Rod can never commute in city. Your legs will be tandoori once you reach your destination
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Q. Can beginner can drive Kawasaki Z650? Is it suitable for beginner?
  • The Z650 uses the same 649cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin motor as the ER-6n. The motor makes 67PS @ 8000rpm and 65.7Nm of torque @ 6500rpm. So, for a beginner, it might be difficult to handle in city traffic. Moreover, we'd suggest taking the test ride of the vehicle so that you can feel the difference. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms
Q. I am a Duke 200 user now I want to buy new bike and love naked bikes but little confused rather scared, can I handle 125 PS Z650 or Z900 what would you suggest?
  • Though the Kawasaki Z650 and Z900 is a high powered bike, in the beginning, you may face difficulty while riding the bike, but as you practice the ride on the bike, it will be easier to handle for you.
  • Go for the 650 its wonderful to handle, and probably you are just as fast on it
  • Which bike would be good for me 650 or 900
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Q. What is the maintenance cost of Kawasaki Z650?
  • For the maintenance/service costs, please connect with the nearest authorized service center as the would be the better person to assist you. Follow the link for New Bike Showrooms.
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Kawasaki Z650 User Reviews

4.0 /5
7 Rating & 3 reviews
  • Performance
    4.1/5
  • Comfort
    3.9/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.4/5
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    3.9/5
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    3.9/5

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  • 3.8

    I have a Z650 and had a Duke390 . The Duke is heaps more fun and way better.The stock Z tires are outright dangerous in the rain and the suspensions are soft and comfortable which are not suitable for cornering. . I have it for about 1 year now and I am looking to trade it in. To be honest, I would rather get the Benelli 600i since that has 4 cylinders and adjustable shocks. The Z forks are not inverted and non adjustable. I would advise getting a used duke690 or if you have the cash go for the 790. I am not from India so I don't know the prices there but around the price of the Z you could check out the Yamaha MT-07 the only reason I didn't get it was because the MT-07 didn't have abs the year I was getting the Z and I feel that ABS is a must for me. The Z feels very cheap in the feel of the dash (no average speed of trip like the duke) it looks good but I prefer the Yamaha. It's brighter and cleaner. The Z dash is often too dim in the sun. By no means I am bashing the Z. It's a good bike. It's dependable and good on fuel but it feels like a sedan instead of a sports car if you want to make a comparison with cars. I had no problems with the z so far except I lowsided the day I picked it up because I was hitting a corner that I hit everyday on the duke the same way with new tires and wasn't used to the springy soft suspensions. Just a side note the Z also has no immoblizer so it can be easily stolen. I had to replace a key after I lost it and the shop I normally go to told me to go to Kawasaki for key programming but it turns out all Thailand assembled Kawasakis don't have immoblizers.

  • 3.4

    I am riding bikes for 2years in Agra. Than I sell my bike in last month. its a good bike

  • 4.2

    Awesome machine with a great punch at each rev

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  • 3.8

    I have a Z650 and had a Duke390 . The Duke is heaps more fun and way better.The stock Z tires are outright dangerous in the rain and the suspensions are soft and comfortable which are not suitable for cornering. . I have it for about 1 year now and I am looking to trade it in. To be honest, I would rather get the Benelli 600i since that has 4 cylinders and adjustable shocks. The Z forks are not inverted and non adjustable. I would advise getting a used duke690 or if you have the cash go for the 790. I am not from India so I don't know the prices there but around the price of the Z you could check out the Yamaha MT-07 the only reason I didn't get it was because the MT-07 didn't have abs the year I was getting the Z and I feel that ABS is a must for me. The Z feels very cheap in the feel of the dash (no average speed of trip like the duke) it looks good but I prefer the Yamaha. It's brighter and cleaner. The Z dash is often too dim in the sun. By no means I am bashing the Z. It's a good bike. It's dependable and good on fuel but it feels like a sedan instead of a sports car if you want to make a comparison with cars. I had no problems with the z so far except I lowsided the day I picked it up because I was hitting a corner that I hit everyday on the duke the same way with new tires and wasn't used to the springy soft suspensions. Just a side note the Z also has no immoblizer so it can be easily stolen. I had to replace a key after I lost it and the shop I normally go to told me to go to Kawasaki for key programming but it turns out all Thailand assembled Kawasakis don't have immoblizers.

  • 3.4

    I am riding bikes for 2years in Agra. Than I sell my bike in last month. its a good bike

  • 4.2

    Awesome machine with a great punch at each rev

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Kawasaki Z650 Expert Reviews

  • 2017 Kawasaki Z650: Road Test Review
    2017 Kawasaki Z650: Road Test Review

    Weight reduction makes everything better. On paper, the Z650 is quite an improvement then. We bring you the real world results.

    Apr 25, 2017
  • 2017 Kawasaki Z650: First Impressions
    2017 Kawasaki Z650: First Impressions

    The bland but capable Kawasaki ER-6n has a successor, and it looks sharper. Question is, does it now go as well as it looks?

    Mar 27, 2017

Kawasaki Z650 Mileage

ARAI Claimed 21.16 kmpl
User Reported 19 kmpl

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