Kawasaki Z900RS Expected to Launch in Two Variants Globally

Kawasaki Z900RS, which is based on the Z900 naked motorcycle, is a retro classic motorcycle. It is ready to mark its presence in front of global audience anytime soon. Post its two teaser videos released the rumors around the corners that the Green giant will introduce the bike in two trims.

Apparently, a modern retro motorcycle the Z900RS is likely to underpin chassis and engine from the outgoing Z900 model. While its periphery will completely be different to stand it apart from the latter mentioned model. Other major highlights on the motorcycle comprise twin-chrome clocks, cast wheels, LED headlamp and indicators along with radial brakes which is not the part of the Z900.

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Reportedly, there will be two version of the bike- a base model and a top end variant. The base model will go in direct competition with BMW R nine T Pure. Whereas, the top end variant will be furnished with the improved suspension, exhaust system, and spoked rims. Other than this, we could also expect a few different colour schemes for the top end variants to differentiate it in terms of appearance from the standard model.

Well, there is no information when will Kawasaki India launch both of these models in the country. But we are expecting their arrival post its global launch as completely-built-up(CBU) units. If both these bikes will make their way to India through Thailand, these will be tagged with the aggressive price sticker to compete in the segment.