2020 Kawasaki Z900 BS4 Launched, Priced At INR 7.99 Lakh

Kawasaki launched the 2020 Kawasaki Z900 BS4 with a number of upgrades. The move comes as a surprise because the market is shifting towards the BS6 complaint vehicles.

Kawasaki recently launched the 2020 Kawasaki Z900 BS4. The upgraded model is priced from INR 7.99 Lakh and gets a number of updates. The updates include a new design language and inclusion of a number of features and performance upgrades. The bike gets new LED headlamp with Kawasaki H2 teeth underneath. The tank extensions and rear end have additionally received a slight change, with the latter being slashed further to uncover the trellis body. Z-shaped LED tail-light are carried forward as it is.

2020 Kawasaki Z900 BS4 gets electronic riding aids, for example, a three-level Kawasaki Traction Control (KTRC) and two power modes – Low and Full. Low force mode cleaves capacity to 55 percent of the accessible 125hp, which makes it helpful while riding in tricky conditions, like on rain-soaked roads.

Furthermore, the Z900 BS4 additionally gets four riding modes – Sport, Road, Rain and Rider, with the last one permitting the rider to set the system according to inclinations. This should be possible by means of the new TFT instrument panel interface that likewise includes Bluetooth network, permitting users to pair their cell phone utilizing the Kawasaki Rideology application. The bike rides on Dunlop’s new Sportsmax Roadsport 2 tires.

Limited stock 2020 Kawasaki Z900 BS4 Launched

  • The Z900 BS4 costs just Rs 30,000 more than the previous model.
  • The 2020 model is set to turn into significant increase in cost (by Rs 50,000-1 lakh) once
    the BS6 variant is launched closer to April 2020.
  • At this price, the Z900 is a great value for money product.
The BS6 variant of the car will be launched by April 2020.

Source: Car And Bike News

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