Targeting the new riders, Kawasaki revealed its new A2 Z900


    Kawasaki had previously launched Z900 at the end of 2016, and now the company has prepared a bike for new riders. The company has built a bike named A2 Z900, which generates 46.6 BHP of power.

    Kawasaki has created a new bike for new riders, which is the company’s entry-level bike 2018 Kawasaki A2 Z900. Driving licenses are available in different categories in Europe and up to one age and fixed year, the person with experience can run unlimited power bikes. In the Kawasaki Z900 A2, the company has provided limited power up to 46.6 BHP, while it has been crafted similar to Z900 that has the power output of 123 BHP. In this bike named A2 Z900, Kawasaki has provided a tuned airbox assembly feature for the better sound.

    Kawasaki used a low weight tubular trellis frame with the slipper clutch technology in the A2 Z900. The bike has a 948CC engine and in the case of design, look, and body it looks exactly similar to Z900. Regarding this bike, Morihiro Ikoma, Director of Kawasaki Motors, Europe, says, “After the launch of the Z900, we started working on A2. We have not changed the design of this bike and its brilliant look at all, and this bike will give you the similar experience as the Z900.”

    The Kawasaki Z900 was launched at the end of 2016 and people loved and appreciated this vehicle in a positive manner. The Z900 standard model is also being sold in India with an ex-showroom price of Rs 7.68 Lakh. The company has designed this bike to fetch more new and upcoming bike enthusiast. Kawasaki has not provided much information for this bike at this time.

    The Kawasaki A2 Z900 is also termed as license compliant bike. This vehicle bestrides in the middleweight performance naked segment. A huge flock of Indian riders is looking forward to buy bikes that fall under this price, as there are no license constraints in India.

    The introduction of this vehicle in India will uphold the growth of the Kawasaki, looking at the performance of its preceding model.