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. Kawasaki Z900RS in Lime Green. We converted this one from a Cafe to the Naked version and it looks cool. It is the last 2018 model we have and has been reduced to £9500,saving over £1000 on the current list!. The Z900RS is 2018' must have bike of the year! With it' retro soul but modern sports chassis, it really is the best of both worlds! This started off life as a faired cafe, however by replacing the nose fairing and some brackets, it gives the bike a completely different look, with its blacked out chassis, brushed steel exhaust and dark headlight accents, it really does stand out! . Got a part exchange? Great! We want it! We are a Kawasaki main dealer, so buy with confidence. Finance is available so please call us on 01435 862466 for more information. . THIS IS A PRE REGISTERED MACHINE, PRICE IS PLUS ROAD FUND LICENCE.

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John W Groombridge Motorcycles Ltd

Mayfield Road Garage, Heathfield, TN21 0SP


MCN overall review verdict: Kawasaki’s new Z900RS Café Racer is living up to its promise. So often a new bike looks the part, but doesn’t deliver either the styling, authenticity or riding engagement suggested through striking press images. They tend to look stunning but handle like a wheelbarrow with a flat tyre, or have ‘Monet’ aesthetics (look great at a distance, and like a kid’s art project up close) but go like stink. The Z900RS Café Racer is the best of both worlds, looking and riding significantly better than I expected it might. Even before throwing a leg over Kawasaki’s new Zed we're smiling. It’s a stunner. So often manufacturers try to copy historic designs and fall short. Kawasaki have hit the retro nail squarely on the head. It's a blend of nostalgia and modernity This Kawasaki Z900RS Café Racer is a beautiful blend of nostalgia and modernity. The classic Kawasaki green really looks the business, especially with that single headlight and 1970s throwback nose cowl. Settle into the saddle and the journey back in time continues. The seat is wide, and surprisingly high. Chief Road Tester, Adam Child, is only 5ft 6in and he says it’s a stretch around the large fuel tank to the dropped bars. Chrome analogue clocks are a lovely touch, with only the modern switchgear detracting from the authenticity. Take a look at our first rides video review to see the Z900RS in action. In September 2019, Kawasaki introduced new colours for the Z900RS Cafe for the 2020 model year. This design features a predominantly lime green livery, complete with a black stripe.

Running costs
Insurance group -
Annual road tax £91
Annual service cost £80
Max power 109 bhp
Max torque 73 ft-lb
Top speed 140 mph
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption -
Tank range -
Quick specs
Engine size 948cc
Engine type Liquid-cooled, 16v, inline four
Frame type Tubular steel trellis
Fuel capacity 17 litres
Seat height 835mm
Bike weight 215kg

Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold

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