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6 julio, 2021


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The Kawasaki Z900, new for 2020, is another motorcycle from the ‘Z’ range that will be significantly modified to bring it in line with Euro 5 emission limits, getting a selection of nips, pleats and new bits to go along with the cleaner engine.

Its ancestry can be traced back to the Z750 of 2004, which later became the Z800 in 2014, and then came the all-new Z900 from 2017, and Kawasaki was quick to comment at the press release of this new model near the coast. from the Costa Brava of Spain. which is an evolution, not a revolution, aimed at urban and weekend riders looking for a middle ground after the Z400 or Z650 before the Z1000 or even the Z H2.

Around 32,000 Z900s have been sold across Europe since 2017, showing that the highly competitive naked middleweight class is going from strength to strength. Kawasaki’s sales figures demonstrate a rather surprising advantage over the other two bikes shown on their charts: the Yamaha MT-09 and the KTM 790 DUKE.

What’s new?

Starting with the engine and emissions, the Japanese brand has modified the exhaust to give the 2020 model a larger catalytic converter and more muffler volume. The changes are hard to see, but the firm says the exhaust note has improved as well. Smoother acceleration and deceleration is promised (read on to find out if it does), while similarly invisible updates include a stiffer chassis with bracing around the swingarm pivot.

Technical adjustments include first-time traction control with three levels plus ‘off’ for additional wheelie capability. Two possible power settings (full power and low power, which reduces the output to only 55% of the maximum) and four riding modes: sport, road, rain and adaptive to the rider. As with the new Ninja 1000SX, the technology is controlled via a 4.3-inch TFT screen that replaces traditional instruments and incorporates Bluetooth connectivity for your phone via the Rideology app.

The 2018 model tires were an easy target for many due to the Dunlops’ lack of feel and stability, so they upgraded to the same manufacturer’s Sportmax Roadsport 2 and made their way to the 2020 Z900.

As for aesthetics, there is a clearly redesigned nose with a new LED headlight, accompanied by a new fairing and remodeled side panels that extend into the modified fuel tank cover sections. The rest of the lights are also exchanged for LEDs, which accompany the LED ‘Z’ taillight that was already present on the 2019 model.

Press Release Review – Kawasaki Z900 (2020)

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