- 2017 Kawasaki Z650 Launched In India; Priced At ₹ 5.19 Lakh
- Reviewed: 2017 Kawasaki Z650 on test
- 2017 Kawasaki Z650 road test review
2017 Kawasaki Z650 Launched In India; Priced At ₹ 5.19 Lakh
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Select city. This, the Kawasaki Z, is the non-fared, cheaper and a lighter version of the bike we quite liked - the Ninja Compression Ratio Displacement cc. Cylinders 2. Max Power Maximum Torque
This would mean the full-fairing Ninja , with an estimated price of RM38,, would not too far away from the Z Carrying a cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin that puts out A welcome inclusion to the spec-sheet is an assist-and-slipper clutch, which prevents rear-wheel hop and chatter on hard down-shifts. Also new for the Kawasaki Z is a monochrome LCD instrument cluster, and fuel is carried in a litre tank. Wet weight is claimed to be kg, and the seat height is a rider-friendly mm. There are two-colour schemes available for the Z — Lime Green or Titanium — with availability in Kawasaki Authorised Premium Dealer showrooms at the end of February.
Kawasaki has increased the price of the Z by Rs 40, and now it costs Rs 5. The new motorcycle is the replacement for the Kawasaki ER-6n, which was, in our books, among the most practical performance motorcycles on sale in India. With the Z, Kawasaki has addressed the biggest flaw with the ER-6n: its ugly styling. The Z adopts cleaner and sharper lines which endow the new motorcycle with a hint of sportiness. Another noticeable difference on the new Z is that the bike weighs a massive 19kg lesser in comparison to the ER-6n. Kawasaki has endowed the new motorcycle with a trellis frame which has been instrumental in reducing the kerb weight.
Kawasaki Z is available in India at a price of Rs. Lakh ex-showroom Delhi. Also check Kawasaki Z images, specs, expert reviews, news, videos, colours and mileage Kawasaki Z () - The Surprise Package: PowerDrift.
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Kawasaki Z is a comfortable motorcycle with perfect quality and good top-end grunt. It has an aggressive front and looks like a big motorcycle. The brakes are strong and friendly Pros: Lightweight, easy handling, attractive looks, smooth gearing, huge tank capacity. Toggle navigation Toggle navigation Toggle navigation. Kawasaki Z
The battle among middleweight motorbikes heats up following the recent entry of the Kawasaki Z naked into the Philippine market. Wheeltek general manager Bobby Orbe is optimistic that just like its predecessor, the ER-6N, the new Z will continue to dominate the midsize motorbike market based on its sleek styling, responsive yet fuel-efficient engine, improved handling, and more important, competitive pricing. Its new trellis frame and swing arm are lighter and translates to better geometry stress management, according to Orbe. The Z has a new instrument cluster with a digital gear indicator, an important feature missing in the ER-6N. The new Z growls pleasantly with the new exhaust system, particularly in the middle to high RPM range. But you win some, you lose some.
Reviewed: 2017 Kawasaki Z650 on test
Bringing its all-new model range to India for , Kawasaki has launched the new Kawasaki Z streetfighter middleweight motorcycle in the country as a replacement to the ER-6n. Clearly, the value quotient on the Z remains intact as the bike not only gets a completely new design, but also offers better power delivery, new chassis and lighter weight as well.
2017 Kawasaki Z650 road test review
The Kawasaki Z is an A2 friendly mid-range naked bike and is powered by a cc parallel twin engine which puts out 67bhp. It's closely related to the Ninja sports bike. The return of the iconic Z name, replacing the ER-6N, is powered by a Euro 4 compliant liquid cooled cc parallel twin engine, producing Kawasaki are proud of the Steel trellis frame which only weighs 15kg and the lighter swingarm. The rev counter needle is part of the LCD dash centre which flashes as a gear change indicator and unlike many of the recent massive Euro 4 silencers the Z's sits neatly under the bike for a great look. Note that Kawasaki says you cannot combine the top box with the panniers.
The Kawasaki ER-6n is a motorcycle I never took a shine to. It felt like too much work at the racetrack. It felt too bulky and unwieldy out in the wild. And it had that headlight. First an ooze paused in mid-ooze and then a marginal, very marginal improvement. But its price, especially in EMIs was stunning.