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News Kwaka Z300 with ABS released

Discussion in 'Motorcycling News' at netrider.net.au started by NetriderBot, Mar 7, 2016.

  1. #1 NetriderBot, Mar 7, 2016
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    The learner friendly Kawasaki Z300 brings the wild excitement of the street-fighter concept to the 300cc class. Sharing the high-performance engine and chassis of Australia’s bestselling road motorcycle, the Ninja 300, the Z300 offers the acceleration and handling to dominate in the 300cc class.

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    • Learner approved
    • Powered by a fuel injected 296cm³ liquid cooled, parallel twin engine
    • Aggressive street-fighter design inspired by larger models from the popular Z Series, the Z1000 and Z800
    • Dual throttle valves produce smooth, responsive torque at low and medium rpm, and hard-hitting acceleration at high rpm
    • Flat, wide handlebar and a relaxed, upright riding position accommodates a wide range of riders
    • Heat management system and low vibration facilitates for riding comfort
    • Flared fuel tank design enables a large 17 litre fuel capacity

    New colours for 2016 model:
    • Special Edition model: Pearl Stardust White / Metallic Flat Spark Black with Gold Wheels – RRP $6,099 + ORC
    • Candy Crimson Red / Metallic Flat Spark Black – RRP $5,999 + ORC

    Now available through Kawasaki dealerships or from the Kawasaki website.



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  2. Um, just wondering why this article is only out now? I bought my Z300 in March last year. I'm not sure its going to appeal to many riders because it's got a low seat height. Having said that I'm only 1.57 m and still had to drop it an inch. As a LAMS bike, I think it does a great job and I love it as my commuter bike. I do find that you have to be a bit cautious when filtering as there is quite a distance between the side mirrors. My Z300 was a step up from a Honda 125, so I thought it was the "bees knees" ... highly recommended as a LAMS bike, but .... already looking at an open licence ....
     
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  3. BevFBevF i think its in relation to the 2016 edition :) i love my Z to bits as well !!!

    Not sure about the limited ed colour .. i reckon this would be the perfect outfit to ride on the limited ed Z hahah

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