2020 Kawasaki Z650 Price, specs and launch in India.
2020 Kawasaki Z650 Price, specs, feature and launch In India Kawasaki has recently updated its middleweight naked street fighter with a new 2021 model. The model gets new paint scheme and some other features. Kawasaki Z650 has a parallel twin engine and it is one of the few middleweight bike sold in India. It has a aggressive looking Z series design dericed from its elder sibling. The bike is still not officially launched in India. It is expected to launch in india soon.
So here are the specifications and features of the new 2021 Kawasaki Z650 from team motorcycle arena
OVERALL DIMENSIONS (L X W X H): 2,115 mm x 765 mm x 1,065 mm
BRAKES & SUSPENSION FRONT / WHEEL TRAVEL: ø41 mm telescopic fork/125mm
REAR / WHEEL TRAVEL: Horizontal Back-link with adjustable preload/130mm
BRAKE - FRONT: Dual semi-ﬂoating ø300 mm petal discs
CALIPER - FRONT: Dual piston
BRAKE - REAR: Single ø220 mm petal disc
CALIPER - REAR: Single-piston
Features of Kawasaki Z650New Dunlop Sport max Road sport 2 tyres contribute to the Z650 superb handling character.
With a sharper, more compact cowl and more muscular radiator shrouds, the new Z650 boasts a stronger Sugomi presence.
A number of changes to the intake and exhaust system components were made to ensure that BS-6 emissions regulations are cleared, and offer an increase in mid-range torque while maintaining the power of the previous model.
New LED headlights, featuring low and high beam, offer increased brightness, unavailable on the previous model.
A Bluetooth technology built into the instrument panel enables riders to connect to their motorcycle wirelessly. Using the smartphone application “RIDEOLOGY THE APP,” a number of instrument functions can be accessed, contributing to an enhanced motorcycling experience.
The headlamp cowl became sharper and more compact, with a two-piece design (distinct from that of the three-piece Z900 cowl) that positions colored pieces higher to create a light image. The sharp chin spoiler, new meter cover, and more forward-slanting lines contribute to the sugomi design.
The all new digital TFT colour instrumentation – a Kawasaki first in the 650cc class – gives the cockpit a high-tech, high-grade appearance. The new meter also offers additional features unavailable on the previous model.
So this is how the new 2020 Kawasaki Z650 is going to be. Hope you liked our article, subscribe to our news letter for more. Kawasaki Z650 competes with Yamaha Mt 07 in this egment. both of these bikes are equipped with a twin cylinder engine.