2017 Kawasaki Z1000 R : Launch Alert : PowerDrift

2017 Kawasaki Z1000 R : Launch Alert : PowerDrift
Kawasaki has launched the 2017 avatar of Z1000 along with the Z1000R, in India. Both the bikes are powered by the same BS-IV compliant power unit but the R gets some more goodies like the Brembo discs, Brembo M50 caliper, and the Ohlins shock. The Z1000 is priced at Rs. 14.49 Lakh and the Z1000R at Rs. 15.49 Lakh. Kawasaki has also launched the 2017 Z250 at Rs. 3.09 Lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi).

2017 Kawasaki Z1000 Specifications:
Engine: 1043cc
Power: 138bhp
Torque: 111Nm

Fuel Tank: 17 litres
Ground Clearance: 125mm
Seat Height: 815mm
Kerb Weight: 221kg
2017 Kawasaki Z1000 Price: Rs. 14.49 Lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi)
2017 Kawasaki Z1000R Price: Rs. 14.59 Lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi)

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39 thoughts on “2017 Kawasaki Z1000 R : Launch Alert : PowerDrift

  1. It’s raining Kawasaki’s – Time for the Sugomi Z! #NotificationSquad pick you war steed. The Z or the Z R?

  2. hattz off to the host evn toh he broke his arm bt stil is so passionate to explain the most beautiful beast on Earth really hattz off to you bro….,..

  3. heyy.. can u do a video about best commuter bikes.. coz.. mostly there are lot people who whats performance as well as fuel efficiency…. its a request …… #powerdrift..

  4. when will hero Xtreme 200s be launched? when r u going to make a review of it? sir pls do reply

  5. #Powerdrift Please upload a video on 2017 KTM DUKE vs Baja Dominar 400 and tell which bike should we buy

  6. How soon we can see Sagar Bhai reviewing The 2017 cbr1000rr now that it is finally here??

  7. I wonder why there is so much emphasis on such a serious road burner .Indian roads leave a little bit to be desired and the price is beyond a lot of incomes.Yes there is money there,but these bigger bikes are still grabbing a huge chunk of the paycheck..The 300 seems more realistic in a nation that counts the Enfield as it;s primary two wheeler. Both are reliable,but you have to consider fuel quality,which may be ok inthe cities ,but out in the sticks you are lucky to see much premium fuel.The potential market is huge,but the cash just isn’t there.It is an attention grabber,and will bring in a lot of potential customers who will sensibly go with more practical rides.

  8. If you want to sell a motorcycle in India,it better be as reliable as a hammer, the country is big,and dealerships few and far between.Also the thought of tangling with some of the local livestock is a bit intimidating,especially when some of them are sacred,not to mention big

  9. Full ride review please. I still remember the awesomeness of your 1st Z1000 review video!

  10. Zeelicious…….. I am hungry for more……. Please launch yourselves on the saddle and let us drool……

  11. just one thing, plz stop it with ‘ZEE’, you don’t have to use American pronunciations with Indian accent, just call it ‘ZED’

  12. Why why you guys r not covering the yamaha’s superbikes R6, R1, MT series all are world talking but you guys are busy with kawasaki etc 🙁

  13. the z1000 is just 12999eur in Germany on road and there was one for sale for 8999 eur which had just 500 miles on it and a small scratch.
    How i hate those doddering old foggies who made import and tax laws in India

  14. Sucks that they took this monster from us in the USA. And gave us the Z900. Which the Z900 not a bad machine. The 1000 though just meaner and better. Guess in the USA they just let the Yamaha mt-10 take the win.

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