Kawasaki Z900

Kawasaki Z900

8.5 Lakh
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Kawasaki Z900 Overview

Engine Capacity-icon

Engine Capacity

948.0 CC



15 KM/L

Fuel Tank Capacity-icon

Fuel Tank Capacity

17.0 L



6 Speed



Dual Disc/Disc

Starting Mechanism-icon

Starting Mechanism

Self Start

Wheel Type-icon

Wheel Type

Alloy Wheels

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Body Type


Specifications & Features

Explore an in-depth overview of the Kawasaki Z900 specifications and features, offering comprehensive details on its engine, fuel efficiency, mileage, brakes, max power, and tyre. Additionally, gain insights into the bike's advanced safety features.

Engine CC

948.0 CC




15 KM/L


Dual Disc/Disc

Max Torque

98.60 Nm

Max Power

123.00 bhp


120/70ZR17M/C (58W)/ 180/55ZR17M/C (73W)

  • c&b iconPower Mode Selection
  • c&b iconIntegrated Riding Modes
  • c&b iconSmartphone Connectivity
  • c&b iconABS
  • c&b iconEngine Kill Switch
  • c&b iconGear Indicator
  • c&b iconFuel Warning Indicator
  • c&b iconLow Oil Indicator
  • c&b iconFuel Gauge

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  • Easy handler
  • Powerful engine
  • Light clutch lever


  • Simple instrument cluster
  • Needs more electronic aids
  • Stiff suspension

Kawasaki Z900 ups the naked game with a smooth, lively, engine, beautiful handling and great all-round road manners. Yes, there are no electronic rider aids to speak of, and the lack of a windscreen or fairing will have the wind blast get to you, long before you start exploring the bike's top end performance, or touring potential, if you're so inclined. It isn't perfect, but it's easy to use in traffic, and has enough performance to delight you every time you take it out for a spin.


The 2021 Kawasaki Z900 ups the naked game with a lively, smooth engine, impressive handling along with all-round road manners. However, the bike does not feature any type of electronic rider aid, and neither does it come with a fairing or windscreen, and long before the rider starts to explore the touring potential, and top end performance of the bike, it will have the wind blast get to the rider. Even though it is not a perfect bike, it is designed for easy traffic use. 

How is the design? 

The 2021 Kawasaki Z900 comes with a new headlight cluster, which is similar to the ‘Z’ series. While it shares the same Sugomy Styling with its predecessors, it sports an all-new bikini fairing, along with a new exhaust design and tail section. A fluid look has been added to the bike’s twin headlight, and the forward-jutting jaw line of the Kawasaki Z900 is mated with its aggressive look. The blacked-out windshield is positioned right above the headlight, and it offers wind protection to some extent. Another exciting new feature integrated in this bike is the negative-lit LCD Speedometer, which is similar to the likes of Ninja 650 and Z650. It also features a cascading, semi-circular tachometer, a large centralised digital speed readout and a gear indicator. The organic shape of the fuel tank fits well with the Sugomy design philosophy. 

How is the performance?

Powered by a 948cc inline-four engine, the Kawasaki Z900 has the capacity to produce a peak torque of 98.6Nm at 7,700 rpm and a maximum power of 125ps at 9,500rom. The engine’s refinement level is simply exquisite. The engine has the capacity to offer a nice mid-range with a noticeable kick right after 6,000 rpm. To match with its street fighter character, the Kawasaki Z900 features a short-ratio gearbox and the gears are all closely stacked until fifth, while the sixth gear being relatively taller. The cooling system of the Kawasaki Z900 is absolutely noteworthy, and while cruising through heavy traffic roads, there would not be any noticeable heat from the engine, and this is believed to be commendable for a heavy displacement motorbike. 

How does the Kawasaki Z900 ride? 

The frame of the Kawasaki Z900 is new as well The Z800’s Cast-Alloy Backbone Chassis has been replaced by the new tubular steel trellis unit that weighs around 13.5 Kgs, 1.5Kg lighter than that of the Z650. Besides the low weight, the seat height of the Kawasaki Z900 is also low at 795mm, making a good proportion even for short riders. Coming to the suspension setup, the front features a 45mm up-side down fork, which comes with stepless adjustability for spring preload and rebound damping. The rear still sports the same horizontally mounted linked monoshock. Overall, the ride quality of the Kawasaki Z900 is good for imperfect road-conditions of India, and bumps at high and low speed and handled well in a predictable manner. 

How comfortable is the Kawasaki Z900?

The Kawasaki Z900 comes with wide, well-cushioned seats, which is just big enough to accommodate two adult riders. The seats on the bike are reasonably comfortable for short as well as long rides. The pillion seat is positioned higher; however, it does not come with a backrest. The riding stance is not comfortable enough, with the rider having to bend forward to reach the handlebar. The massive fuel tank gives good support to the knees. The footpegs are positioned a little backward than was necessary. Overall, it can be said that the bike is designed for enthusiasts, rather than daily commuters, as it might be a little uncomfortable for long drives. 

How's the tech? 

For its price, it is not a surprise that the Kawasaki Z900 comes with a range of interesting tech features. Some of the standard features of the bike are listed below:

  • Digital Speedometer
  • Low Battery Indicator
  • Fuel-Warning Indicator
  • Pass Light
  • Clock
  • Power-Mode Section
  • Digital Tachometer
  • Fuel Gauge
  • Smartphone Connectivity
  • ABS
  • Digital Trip Metre
  • Gear Indicator
  • Engine Kill Switch
  • Low Oil Indicator
  • Trip Metre Count
  • Integrated Riding Modes

How's the mileage of the Kawasaki Z900? 

The fuel efficiency of the Kawasaki Z900 is between 15.26 to 17.5 Km/L. 

Is the Kawasaki Z900 good value for money? 

With a hefty price tag, there is a lot to expect from the Kawasaki Z900 in terms of designs, ergonomics, fuel efficiency, and performance. Overall, it can be said that the Kawasaki Z900 is able to exhibit a fair performance. Even though it comes with an aggressive design to attract young enthusiasts who want to get the feeling of a race track, better performance is expected in terms of mileage and comfort. Despite all the shortcomings, it has much to offer. It gives the feeling of a superbike and there are very few reasons to not buy this machine. The bike has much potential to offer value to its buyers. 

How is the after sales service? 

Kawasaki Z900 is a high maintenance bike, and in five years it is expected that the total maintenance cost of the bike would be around Rs. 9,09,425. This is supposedly higher than most of its rivals competing in the same segment. Kawasaki has no free service for its Z900. 

Which motorbikes compete in this segment? 

There are many other motorbikes competing in the same segment as the Kawasaki Z900. To name a few, BMW R NineT Scrambler, Suzuki V Strom 650 XT, Triumph Street Twin, Ducati Scrambler 800 and so on. 

Verdict (Value for money)

For people looking for a superbike equipped with modern tech features, Kawasaki Z900 is an ideal choice. However, superbikes are available for a more affordable price range. Coming to its designs, ergonomics and comfort, Kawasaki Z900 has done a decent job. In terms of fuel economy, it needs improvement. However, it should also be kept in mind that the Kawasaki Z900 is a high-maintenance motorcycle. People fascinated with superbikes and racing bikes can still buy one at a much cheaper price than the Kawasaki Z900. 

Kawasaki Z900 Price List (Variant Wise)

Kawasaki Z900 price starting from 8.5 Lakh. Kawasaki offers Z900 in 1 variants.


Ex-Showroom Price

Starts at
₹ 8.5 Lakh
Petrol, 15 KM/L, 948.0 CC

Kawasaki Z900 EMI Calculator

Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 8.50 L

Loan Amount

8.50 L



Duration (3 years)

3 years

EMI ₹ 28,029
For 3 Year @11.5%* Interest Rate

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Kawasaki Z900 On-Road Price In India

Explore Kawasaki Z900 pricing in India's major cities. Kawasaki Z900 price starts from 8.5 Lakh.

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi₹ 8,97,354
Mumbai₹ 9,22,854
Bangalore₹ 9,65,354
Hyderabad₹ 9,39,854
Chennai₹ 9,31,354
Kolkata₹ 8,71,604
Ahmedabad₹ 9,14,354

Kawasaki Z900 Mileage

4 %
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Kawasaki Z900 Colours

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Kawasaki Z900 is available in 2 different colors namely Metallic Phantom Silver / Metallic Carbon Gray & Ebony / Metallic Matte Graphene Steel Gray.

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Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 8.5 Lakh₹ 8.49 Lakh₹ 8.67 Lakh₹ 7.99 - 11.49 Lakh₹ 9.35 Lakh₹ 7.45 Lakh
C&B Expert Rating
Engine CC
948.0 CC399.0 CC648.7 CC803.0 CC648.7 CC660.0 CC
6 Gears6 Gears6 Gears6 Gears6 Gears6 Gears
15 KM/L0.00 Km/L25.00 Km/L20.00 Km/L25.00 Km/L15.00 Km/L
Max Torque
98.60 bhp39.00 Nm999.99 Nm66.20 Nm57.50 Nm64.00 Nm
Max Power
123.00 Nm76.40 bhp86.00 bhp73.00 bhp85.82 bhp80.00 bhp
Dual Disc/DiscDisc (Front) / Disc (Rear)Dual Disc (Front) / Disc (Rear)Disc (Front) / Disc (Rear)Dual Disc (Front) / Disc (Rear)Nissin two-piston sliding calipers, twin floating discs, ABS (Front) / Nissin single-piston sliding caliper, single disc, ABS (Rear)
Fuel Tank Capacity
17.0 L15.0 L15.4 L13.5 L15.4 L14.0 L
Colour Count
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Kawasaki Z900 FAQs

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  • The top speed of the Kawasaki Z900 is approximately 150 mph, although actual top speed may vary depending on factors such as rider weight, road conditions, and wind resistance.
  • The Kawasaki Z900 is powered by a 948cc inline-four engine that produces up to 123 horsepower at 9,500 RPM, making it one of the most powerful bikes in its class.
  • The Kawasaki Z900 can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in approximately 3.6 seconds, thanks to its powerful engine and lightweight construction.
  • The Kawasaki Z900RS features a liquid-cooled, 948cc, inline-four engine that delivers an impressive power output.
  • The maximum power output of the Z900's engine is 123 horsepower at 9,500 rpm and a peak torque of 98.6 Nm at 7,700 rpm.
  • The Z900's engine has an inline-four configuration, which provides a smooth and powerful ride.
  • The inspiration behind the design of the Kawasaki Z900RS is the pursuit of the ultimate balance of power and handling. The bike's aggressive, sharp-edged design reflects its raw power, while its streamlined bodywork helps to reduce air resistance and enhance aerodynamics.
  • The Kawasaki Z900's design enhances its performance and handling by optimizing weight distribution, reducing air resistance, and incorporating advanced suspension and braking systems. Its lightweight trellis frame and optimized weight distribution allow for nimble handling and quick maneuvering, while its aerodynamic bodywork helps to reduce drag and improve stability at high speeds.
  • The Kawasaki Z900's frame and bodywork are made of high-strength steel and lightweight aluminum, which help to reduce weight while maintaining structural integrity and durability.