Kawasaki India is upgrading its portfolio. Recently they launched 2021 Kawasaki Vulcan BS6 last week and now Kawasaki India has launched the MY2021 Z900 BS6 superbike in the market.
The new Kawasaki Z900 BS6 model is offered with a price tag of Rs 7.99 lakh, ex-showroom (Delhi). This is a premium of Rs 29,000 compared to the motorcycle’s previous BS4 Model. The new Kawasaki Z900 motorcycle carries forward a BS6-compliant version of the same 948cc in-line four-cylinder liquid-cooled engine.
The updated engine continues to produce identical power and torque figures as its previous BS4-iteration. This translates to 123bhp at 9500rpm and 98.6Nm of peak torque at 7700rpm, paired with a six-speed gearbox. Apart from the updated engine on the Z900, Kawasaki has also added a host of features, electronic aids and equipment on the new BS6 motorcycle.
Some of these new features include LED headlamps, new 4.3-inch TFT instrument cluster with smartphone connectivity via Bluetooth. The motorcycle can also be paired with the smartphone via the brand’s dedicated ‘Rideology’ as well.
Other features on the Kawasaki Z900 BS6 include four riding modes: Road, Rain, Manual & Sport; two power modes and three-level traction control system as well. The new Z900 also comes with updated ergonomics, improved suspension settings and rides on Dunlop Sportsmax Roadsport 2 tyres. Braking on the superbike is handled by dual 300mm discs at the front and a single 250mm disc at the rear, supported by dual-channel ABS.
The motorcycle weighs in at 212kg (kerb weight) and comes with a fuel tank capacity of 17-litres. Seat height on the motorcycle is at 820mm. The new (2021) Kawasaki Z900 BS6 model is now available in all dealerships across the country.
Bookings can be made at company dealerships with deliveries for the same set to begin soon. The motorcycle is available to customers in a choice of two colour options: Metallic Graphite Grey and Candy Lime Green.
The Kawasaki Z900 in India has been priced competitively and rivals the likes of the Triumph Street Triple R, KTM 790 Duke and the BMW F 900 R.