Kawasaki Z900RS Cafe Bike Overview
The Z900RS is a combination of both classic and modern, with vintage looks mixed with the latest technology giving you the best of both worlds.
This bike is powered by a 948cc Liquid-cooled, 16v, inline four engine, weighing in at 215kg and reaching a top speed of 140mph. Not only can the bike pick up some pace and produce 109bhp, the engine certainly sounds the part as well, with a distinctive grunt to it which is sure to turn heads.
The appearance of the bike is added to by modern day LED lights all round the vehicle, as well as a steel tubular frame and aluminium swingarm.
The colour scheme is green and white, which makes the bike stand out and adds to the vintage café look. With the price starting at £9,899, the Kawasaki Z900RS Café is certainly worth considering if you’re after a retro-style café racer.
Now see the Kawasaki Z900RS Cafe in action…
Kawasaki Z900RS Cafe Bike Spec
- Seat height835mm
- EngineLiquid-cooled, 16v, inline four
- Top speed140mph
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Always feel fresh after a ride near perfect riding position makes the ride effortless
No issues as yet and from experience so far dont expect any.
It stops what else can I say no grabbing
Gear change perfect, suspension 👌 and the cornering what can I say they nailed it.
Kawasaki have nailed it again torque all the way through the rev range feels a faster bike than the bhp would suggest and the smoothes delivery ohhh and sounds heavenly like being on a bike with carbs that sing
Larl bit thirsty and the service costs are quite high but other than that thumbs up
Great for my size 6'1" more room than the standard rs, not so good for a pillion because of the seat hump but you can fit the standard rs seat if you wanted
No issues at all,
Haul you up really well but feel could be better
Corners and handles really well, suspension on the firm side, can be a bit choppy over bad roads.
For a naked bike it has all the power you need and sounds glorious even with the standard pipe
Unless you're doing a track day fuel consumption is usually in the 50's, service costs average