The 2020 Kawasaki Z900 has been unveiled at the 2019 EICMA. The new-generation model is Euro 5-compliant and is likely to be launched in India in mid-2020. Expect Kawasaki to price the bike at around Rs 8.7 lakh (ex-showroom). For reference, the BS4/Euro4 model is priced at Rs 7.69 lakh (ex-showroom, India). For 2020, the motorcycle comes with a host of electronic aids such as three-level traction control system, two power modes and four riding modes in addition to the already-existing dual-channel ABS. While the engine is Euro 5-compliant, the output figures have remained unchanged at 125PS and 98.6Nm.
Other notable additions include a full TFT smartphone-compatible instrument cluster and an all-LED lighting system. The bike also gets grippier Dunlop Sportmax Roadsport 2 tyres. Kawasaki offers the bike in four colour options: grey, green, white and black.
Preferred For : Tours & Occasional Commute
42% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
I have owned sport bikes, cruisers, and other naked/standard motorcycles. The list includes: 2004 Honda shadow 750 three times2007 Suzuki sv650s twice2007 Honda CBR 600rr2004 Suzuki sv1000sHonda CB600/Hornet2008 Kawasaki Ninja 6002007 Kawasaki Ninja 6502007 Honda VTX1300 twice (s and r)2008 Kawasaki z10002005 Yamaha fz62000 Kawasaki Vulcan 800 twice2005 Honda cbr1000rr1999 Honda cbr 600 f42010 Honda Stateline VT1300 Stateline And now 2017 Kawasaki Z900 abs.This has comfort and lightweight agility. It also mange’s wind better than my old z1000. If you are looking for the perfect bike, check out the modern standards like the z900. My passion for riding is back!!!!
I am happy with my z900, I use it for daily commute from my home to office and also for long rides. It"s a great bike, I am falling in love with this machine. Really impressed with its performance and everyday a fresh feeling I get from this motorcycle. You will never get bored from it.
Far batter then a Harley...!! I owned a Harley 48 before... Sold it couple of months back and got this one for me. Performance is much better and the service cost is very low as compared to a harley.
nice bike good looking bike comfortable with good performance and the service it's very costly
Refined motorcycle. Smooth gearbox and clutch lever. Raw power.
While it wasn’t perfect, Kawasaki’s hot-selling Z800 was a very tempting package. Will its successor, the Z900, stamp its authority in the mid-displacement category too?