Kawasaki Z900RS India launch price could be on the higher side for now, we expect it to go down once demand picks up for this motorcycle
Kawasaki launches the Z900RS just after the 2018 Auto Expo in the nation. This is a special variant of the Z900 and with this, the Japanese manufacturer has made its debut in the retro style classic bike market. Just have a close at this beauty, the design standouts and it seems like it has just teleported from the 1970’s. The Z900RS takes inspiration from the Z1 which was launched in the year 1973, which was combination retro styling packed up with a powerful engine. The Z900RS is based on the Z900 street bike but it is being offered with a different riding position and different design. It also comes equipped modern technology from the Z900 but the engine is detuned for less power and increase in torque.
Aesthetically, this bike looks as if it has come from the 70’s to haunt our modern day bikes. Sticking to the retro look, Kawasaki has offered this bike with a single seat, two-tone paint scheme and round headlamp which gets LED lights. In addition to this, it gets the old school twin-pod instrument cluster which includes an analogue-style speedometer and tachometer dials. Well, there is something more, it also gets a centre digital display which provides the rider with the necessary information. If you want to get more into the retro feel, you can switch off the digital display and enjoy the analogue dials.
The Z900RS is powered by a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 948cc four-cylinder engine which is similar to that of the Z900. Speaking about the power figures, this engine churns out 111bhp of power and 73Nm of torque. As we already mentioned above, this engine is detuned for less power and more torque output in comparison with the mill on the Z900. Well, Kawasaki is offering the Z900RS with a six-speed manual gearbox with slipper clutch. The retro-styled Z900RS from Kawasaki get front dual discs and a rear disc which are gripped with radial-mount callipers. Speaking of modern technology, the Z900RS gets ABS and traction control with two modes.
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