Is Kawasaki Z900 the ultimate Beast?

The Kawasaki Z900 is a quick, eye-catching hooligan motorcycle. With its powerful inline four-cylinder engine, it's an ideal companion for both city and highway travel. Although the bike is slightly more expensive to maintain, it benefits from Kawasaki's service network.
The Z900 ABS design is robust, narrow, and light in weight. The suspension settings on the front and rear are made to complement the frame. Concurrently, the high-performance rubber used in Dunlop Sportmax RoadSport 2 tyres improves handling and offers the best grip. The bike's mechanicals haven't been modified, and it continues to be a great deal in the marketplace. 
There are no new components on the Z900. You receive all-LED lighting along with the same eye-catching Sugomi design. The Z900 is equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels shod in 180/55 on the back and 120/70 on the front. The bike has a 17-litre petrol tank and weighs 212 kilogrammes. The Kawasaki Z900's strong fuel tank and bright LED headlight give it a young appearance.
Engine and Gearbox
The 948 cc in-line four-cylinder engine, which produces 98.6 Nm of peak torque at 7700 rpm and 123 horsepower at 9500 rpm, powers the Z900. There is no decrease in the power figures compared to the BS4 version. A 6-speed gearbox with a slip and assist clutch is also mated to the engine, and the firm claims that the suspension settings have been adjusted for better handling.

Rear wheel traction, ride comfort, and excellent handling response are all enhanced by the horizontal back-link rear suspension with stepless rebound damping and adjustable spring preload. For faster shifts and thrilling acceleration on backroads and in urban areas, the Z900 ABS has short gearing.

Kawasaki provides a few rider aids to increase the safety of the Z900. Traction control, power mode, dual-channel ABS, and riding modes (sport, road, rain, and ride) are on the list. The Z900 also receives additional features like a TFT console with smartphone connectivity and LED illumination. Its overall style is admirably robust, similar to a streetfighter motorbike.
Suspension and Brakes
Kawasaki has fitted 41mm telescopic forks with preload and rebound adjustability for the front and a connected rear shock with preload adjustability for the rear end. Two 300mm front discs and one 250mm rear disc make up its braking system.
It is only available in the Kawasaki Z900 Standard variant. There are two colour options for the Kawasaki Z900: Metallic Carbon Grey and Metallic Matte Graphene Steel Grey.
  • The performance of the 900-cc engine is amazing.
  • Ideal riding posture. 
  • Really reasonably priced. 
  • It can be difficult to navigate through urban traffic.
  • Doesn't have a traction control system.
In India, the starting price of the Kawasaki Z900 superbike is Rs. 9,29,000.

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