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Rs. 15.30 lakh
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Kawasaki Z900RS Price

Kawasaki Z900RS prices start at Rs. 15.30 lakh (Ex-Showroom). Kawasaki Z900RS is available in 1 variants and 1 colours.

Z900RS Variants Price List

Z900RS STD
948 cc
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Kawasaki Z900RS Colours

  • Candy Tone Brown And Candy Tone Orange

Kawasaki Z900RS Highlights

Design and Features

The Kawasaki Z900RS pays homage to the Kawasaki Z1 of the 70’s, with its classic paint scheme, round headlamps, teardrop-style tank and iconic tail section. But don't let its retro design fool you. The Z900 packs all the electronic essentials that any modern day motorcycle of this range would. This includes LED headlamps, two-level traction control and ABS. Along with all these, there is also an LCD screen which rests between the analogue speedometer and tachometer, signifying Kawasaki’s take on blending retro nostalgia with modern necessities.

Specifications

Powering the Z900RS is the same 948cc, four-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine which is seen on the regular Z900. This engine churns out 111PS of power at 8500rpm and 98.5Nm of torque at 6500rpm. Braking is done via 300mm dual discs at the front and a 250mm single unit at the back. Suspension duties here are handled by inverted forks at the front and a gas-charged monoshock at the rear. The Kawasaki Z900RS tips the scale at 215kg (kerb).

Competitors

Triumph Thruxton R: The Thruxton R is a magnificent motorcycle whichever way you look at it. It certainly earns the right to be the flagbearer of Triumph's Bonneville lineup. However, as it always is with cafe racers today, form dominates over function. So don't expect the Thruxton to be an easy ride on longer stints.

ZigSays

The Kawasaki Z900RS certainly embodies the retro charm of the 1970s, while not compromising on modern-day features and performance. It will certainly be a tempting buy for many motorcycling enthusiasts out there.

Kawasaki Z900RS News

The Japanese bikemaker has decided to bring the RS via the CBU route, courtesy of which it commands a steep price

February 23, 2018  By Team ZigWheels