Kawasaki Z900 is no longer the top-spec Z present in the market after the mighty Z H2 has been revealed. However, it is still an important product for Kawasaki and that’s why Team Green has given it a much-needed update.
Showcased at the EICMA 2019, the new Kawasaki Z 900 gets an updated electronics package that includes a three-mode KRTC (Kawasaki Traction Control) and two power modes. Previously, it only had ABS which was quite a disappointment considering the sheer power and price it carried. Thankfully, now that’s not the case.
Kawasaki also updated the instrument console of the new Z900. It now sports a brand-new fully digital colour TFT screen that is Bluetooth enabled allowing the rider to connect his/her smartphone.
Apart from the gizmos, Kawasaki has also updated the design of the new Z900. We think that now it looks more like the Z H2 which we understand but is kinda annoying because the Z H2 itself isn’t pleasing to the eyes. So the new Z900 also gets sharper tank shrouds and a sleeker tail section as well.
The new Kawasaki Z900 gets four different dual-tone paint jobs – grey with black, lime green with black, white with black and a matte black with gloss black – to rope in as many customers as possible.
In terms of mechanicals, the Z900 remains the same – 948cc, inline-four, 123bhp and 98.6Nm of torque.