Kawasaki Z900 2024: Unveiling On-Road Costs Across Metros

Kawasaki India has recently introduced the 2024 Z900 with a notable revision in its asking price. The Japanese streetfighter, known for its performance and design, now commands a price tag of Rs. 9.29 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), marking an increase of Rs. 9,000 compared to its predecessor. Despite the price adjustment, the motorcycle retains its core elements, including the engine, features, and design, from the 2023 model. For enthusiasts eyeing this powerhouse, let’s delve into the on-road prices across different cities, factoring in additional charges such as RTO and insurance.

On-Road Prices in Major Cities:

  • Mumbai: Rs. 11,58,235
  • Bengaluru: Rs. 11,59,429
  • Delhi: Rs. 10,46,755
  • Pune: Rs. 11,58,235
  • Navi Mumbai: Rs. 11,57,871
  • Hyderabad: Rs. 10,83,915
  • Ahmedabad: Rs. 10,28,175
  • Chennai: Rs. 10,65,335
  • Kolkata: Rs. 10,65,335
  • Chandigarh: Rs. 10,64,971

The on-road prices reveal that Bengaluru stands as the city with the highest cost for the 2024 Kawasaki Z900, while Ahmedabad offers the lowest price point. However, it’s essential to note that these figures may vary based on your local dealership and insurance preferences.

Powering the latest Z900 is a robust 948cc, inline four-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, delivering 123.6bhp at 9,500rpm and 98.6Nm of peak torque at 7,700rpm. The motorcycle boasts a six-speed gearbox, along with features like LED illumination, traction control, power modes (low and full), riding modes (Sport, Road, Rain, and Rider), ABS, and a Bluetooth-enabled color TFT display.

Kawasaki enthusiasts can choose from two appealing paint schemes in India – Metallic Spark Black and Metallic Matte Graphene Steel Grey. For those exploring alternatives in the same segment, noteworthy options include the Ducati Monster, BMW F900R, and Triumph Street Triple.

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