In the wake of being missing from Kawasaki’s structure at the Auto Expo 2018, the Z900RS has been at long last propelled in India. Kawasaki has set a cost of Rs 15.3 lakh (ex-showroom India) for the retro-present day Z900RS. It will be solely produced in Japan and in this way, will go to our shores by means of the CBU course. The Kawasaki Z900RS made its presentation at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2017. It totally amazed us with its wonderful retro plan, a great round headlamp, wide and level handlebar, a twin-case instrument group and a tear molded fuel tank; all of which bears likeness with the yesteryear’s Kawasaki Z1.
The bike figures out how to mix its retro fascinate with present day innovation. A decent case of this can be seen on the instrument comfort, where the LCD screen rests between the simple speedometer and tachometer. Be that as it may, in the event that you need to adhere to the retro look, you can cover the LCD board. Different highlights incorporate multi-level footing control, LED lights, a slip-help grip and outspread mounted brake calipers.
Controlling the cruiser is the same 948cc, 4-chamber motor that powers the current Kawasaki Z900. Be that as it may, rather than 124.7PS of energy created on the Z900, the motor conveys 111.5PS of energy at 8,500rpm on the RS. The torque yield, notwithstanding, continues as before at 98.5Nm touching base at 6,500rpm.
The Z900RS gets 41mm movable USD forks in advance and a gas-charged monoshock unit at the back, which is flexible for both bounce back and preload. Conveying the bicycle to a stop are 300mm twin circles at the front and a solitary 250mm petal plate at the back. The wellbeing net of ABS comes as standard here. Its 17-inch wheels come wrapped with Dunlop GPR-300 retro-styled tires and the bicycle tips the scale at 215kg (kerb).
Kawasaki has unquestionably slapped a lofty sticker price on the Z900RS. In any case, if the organization chooses to take the CKD course, we can expect a decent value drop, which should make it significantly more open for its fans. All things considered, the nearest rivalry to the Kawasaki Z900RS is the Triumph Thruxton 1200 R, which retails for Rs 11.3 lakh (ex-showroom).