2017 Kawasaki Z900 Long Term Review

2017 Kawasaki Z900 Long Term Review
Every once in awhile we get opened-end motorcycle loan agreements from manufacturers. What does that mean for you? It means we have a chance to really put a motorcycle through the ringer. We have the time to schedule overnight, long rides. We have the time to schedule track days. We have the time to really live with a motorcycle and give our best interpretation of what it would be like for a potential owner to, well, actually own the thing.

Such is the case with Kawasaki’s new Z900. Tom Roderick attended the media introduction of the new Z900 back in March of 2017 and had a lot of great things to say about Kawi’s new Z. I’ll admit it, I was underwhelmed when I first saw it. I had been a fan of the Z1000’s styling, but when is a decrease in cubic centimeters ever a good thing? After taking a peek at the Z900’s spec sheet and comparing it to the outgoing Z800 and Z1000, things start to look a bit better for the new kid on the block.

Read the full story at: http://www.motorcycle.com/manufacturer/kawasaki/2017-kawasaki-z900-long-term-review.html


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13 thoughts on “2017 Kawasaki Z900 Long Term Review

  1. “May get a buzz on the tank that you may or may not like” *YOU HEARD IT GIRLS KAWASAKI MADE A VIBRATOR FOR YALL*
    ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  2. I own this bike (I made 3000km with it) and I found no useful information in this video. Nothing about the suspension recall nothing about general wear ant tear, just the same things we already know from the initial review. Where is the long term part?

  3. Pretty good for a first attempt. Keep it up! Wanna see more videos from this guy as I felt like he took it seriously and did his homework. Don’t listen to the haters!

  4. They call it long term motorbike review and haven’t tested how bike runs on wet road conditions , how dubious ?

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