Kawasaki has launched the Z900 in India without accessories in a bid to price the naked bike even more aggressively. The mechanical underpinnings of the bike is the same as the current Kawasaki Z900 but it now misses out on the previously compulsory accessories like flyscreen, crash bobbins for the front forks, engine guards, engine casing covers, a gel tank pad, premium seat cover and pillion seat cowl with small back cushioning for the rider, a 12V charging socket on the handlebar, and a radiator guard.
The Japanese manufacturer has priced the barebones Z900 at Rs 7.68 lakh (Ex-showroom, pan India). This makes the bike Rs 1.3 lakh cheaper than the accessorised Z900. For the time being, the manufacturer hasn't clarified whether the accessories for this bike will be on sale or not. But if the accessories are bought separately, it costs close to Rs 1.8 lakh.
Article source : ZigWheels