India Kawasaki Motors has introduced the retro and classic Kawasaki Z900RS in black colour in India. The Z900RS is a perfect concoction of 1970s’ original king of cool Z1 and modern Z900, which has the every potential to satisfy the desire of riders. The newly launched Z900RS in black priced at Rs 15,30,000/- Ex-showroom and its bookings are open.
The artistic bike which made by Takumi meaning an artisan. In February 2018, India Kawasaki launched Z900RS in candy tone orange colour, which received positive response from its admirer.
On the occasion of new introduction, Mr. Yutaka Yamashita, Managing Director of India Kawasaki Motor, said “Bringing Z900RS in India in February was a sort of achievement, because this model is produced in very limited numbers in Japan. The Z900RS, a product mostly bought by certain elite groups, received lots of compliments for its premium quality and meticulous finishing. The positive response through various sources prompted us to bring Z900RS in black. We do hope that this new addition will be received well by our customers and followers.”
Backed by Kawasaki’s latest rider support technology, the engine and the frame get benefited from the latest in advanced analysis technology. The radial-mount front breaks grips front discs which provide sure and strong stopping power. Conceived as an homage to the legendary Z1, it is powered by a liquid-cooled 900cc-class In-Line Four – an engine choice that makes Z900RS unique in this category.
To achieve Z900RS’ look and feel, great pain & attention to details were directed on things like timeless looks that blend Z1-styling with modern technology and craftsmanship techniques. Z900RS is equipped with advance features like KRTC (Kawasaki Traction Control), LED headlight, multi-function LCD screen nestled between dual analogue-style speedometers and tachometer dials. Z900RS comes with Kawasaki’s first tuned exhaust note, which has been designed after performing sound research. The sound tuning focused on the engine’s initial roar to life, idling and low-speed riding where the rider is best able to enjoy the exhaust’s deep rumble.