Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe Introduced In Japan

By | July 23, 2018
Kawasaki announced new shades and outlines, and also the alternative of a mist light fairing to the Kawasaki Z900 RS, and calling it the Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe. With the Cafe variety, the Z900 RS gets a more helpful measurement of retro styling, close by appealing new tones. Mechanically, the Z900 RS Cafe is vague to the Z900 RS, which uses a hardly detuned variation of the 900 cc, in-line four engine which makes 109 bhp at 8,500 rpm and 98.5 Nm of apex torque at 6,500 pm

Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe Introduced In Japan

According to Kawasaki, the Z900 RS, and now the Z900 RS Cafe has an old school character in the looks office, and additionally with peak control coming in 1,000 rpm lower than the standard Kawasaki Z900, and a roaring exhaust note like the praiseworthy 1972 Kawasaki Z1 it was moved by. The Z900 RS Cafe goes with a hustling cowl over the round headlamp, and go out handlebars which are pulled lower than the standard Z900 ₹

The Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe is available in three tints – an outstandingly appealing Stormcloud Blue, with a diminish level stripe over the fuel tank. The Metallic Graphite Gray offers a more present day look with a hint of retro-style in a Kawasaki green stripe that stretches out to the front fairing. The most model shade is the Vintage Lime Green with a white stripe, which continues running over the front light cowl and fuel tank. Beginning at now, the Z900 RS Cafe will be available in Japan from August, trailed by dispatches in Europe and the US.

As of not long ago, there’s no word if the Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe will make it to India. The Kawasaki Z900 RS is starting at now set apart down in India at ₹ 15.30 lakh (ex-showroom). Stood out from that, the standard Kawasaki Z900 is esteemed at ₹ 7.68 lakh (ex-showroom) for the segment level, bare essential variety.

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