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Kawasaki Z650

Kawasaki Z650 is a motorcycle that comes with a price tag of Rs.6.65 Lakh.  Kawasaki Z650 is available in 1 variant and 1 colour.Z650 is powered by a 649 cc bs6-2.0 engine. Z650 has Double Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes.Z650 weigths 191 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 15 L.
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Key Specs & Features of Z650

Engine649 cc
Power68 PS
Torque64 Nm
Mileage19.02 kmpl
Kerb Weight191 kg
BrakesDouble Disc

About Kawasaki Z650

Kawasaki Z650 is a motorcycle with a starting price of Rs 6.65 Lakh. It is available in India in 1 variant and 1 colour with high end variant price starting from Rs 6.65 Lakh. Z650 is powered by a 649 ccbs6-2.0 engine which develops a power of 68 PS and a torque of 64 Nm. It has Double Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes. The weight of Kawasaki Z650 is 191 kg and comes with a fuel tank capacity of 15 L.

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The Kawasaki Z650 is the Japanese bikemaker’s most affordable naked bike in India. You can read more details about the latest-generation bike here.

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Kawasaki Z650 Price

The price of Kawasaki Z650 in India starts at Rs. 6,65,000 Kawasaki Z650 is offered in 1 variant - Kawasaki Z650 STD which comes at a price tag of Rs. 6,65,000.

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19.02 kmpl649 cc
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Kawasaki Z650 Pros and Cons

Things We Like in Z650

  • Packed with features
  • Claims to offer better mid-range torque than the BS4-compliant version
  • Looks aggressive

Things We Dont Like in Z650

  • Low ground clearance
  • No electronic aids
  • Engine isn’t exactly known to be exciting

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Mileage (kmpl)19.02 kmpl26.31 kmpl17.47 kmpl24.39 Kmpl26.52 kmpl20 kmpl
Engine (cc)649 cc321 cc660 cc900 cc500 cc649.3 cc
Power68 PS @ 8000 rpm42 PS @ 10750 rpm81 PS @ 10250 rpm65 PS @ 7500 rpm47.5 PS @ 8500 rpm61.18 PS @ 9000 rpm
Weight191 kg167 Kg189 kg-216 kg206 kg

Kawasaki Z650 Colours

Kawasaki Z650 is available in 1 different colors. View all bike images with different colour options on BikeDekho.

  • Metallic Matte Graphenesteel Gray / Ebony
    Metallic Matte Graphenesteel Gray / Ebony

Kawasaki Z650 Images

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Z650 Specifications

Mileage (City)19.02 kmpl
Displacement649 cc
Engine TypeLiquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin
No. of Cylinders2
Max Power68 PS @ 8000 rpm
Max Torque64 Nm @ 6700 rpm
Front BrakeDouble Disc
Rear BrakeDisc
Fuel Capacity15 L
Body TypeSports Naked Bikes

Kawasaki Z650 Features

ABSDual Channel
Mobile ConnectivityBluetooth
Traction ControlYes
LED Tail LightYes
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Kawasaki Showrooms in Delhi

  • Aurum Automobiles

    D-56 Ground Floor 100 ft. Road Opposite to High Note Performance Chhattarpur Enclave, Delhi, Delhi, 110074

  • Extreme Automobiles

    B-80 Naraina industrial area phase-ll, block -B West Delhi naraina, Delhi, 110028

Z650 Expert Review

Kawasaki’s 650cc platform has been quite popular amongst those looking to fuel their big bike dreams. Even though the faired Ninja was the first bike from this platform to arrive on our shores, it is the Z650 that really drove in the affordability and value-for-money proposition. It has been a motorcycle that provides sufficient thrills for newbie riders without overwhelming them. The problem with this versatile middleweight naked was that it did not feel like you were riding a premium big-bike and missed out on the desirability factor. Something you do not expect from a Rs 5 lakh motorcycle. With the new updates, like a LED headlight, TFT dash and a more exciting engine, does the new Kawasaki Z650 BS6 manage to be desirable without losing its versatility?


Kawasaki Z650 BS6: Road Test Review

The new generation Z650 follows Kawasaki’s Sugomi styling and feels at home with Kawasaki’s naked motorcycle lineup that includes the Z400, Z900 and Z1000. It now features a new sharper headlamp unit, fuel tank extensions, blacked-out tail lamp accents and an aggressive paint scheme that gives the Z650 a meaner look. The only sore bits about the design are the grab rails and the barbeque grill sized saree guard, both mandatory homologation requirements.

 Kawasaki Z650 BS6: Road Test Review

As expected, fit and finish levels are impressive with tight and even panel gaps. The large switchgear buttons have a quality feel but looks dated. Does the Z650 feel more premium now? Definitely!

Engine, Mileage & Performance

Kawasaki Z650 BS6 Road Test Review

  Z650 BS4 Z650 BS6
Engine Liquid-cooled DOHC 649cc parallel-twin Liquid-cooled DOHC 649cc parallel-twin
Power 68PS @ 8000rpm 68PS @ 8000rpm
Torque 65.7Nm @ 6500rpm 64Nm @ 6700rpm

The Kawasaki Z650 continues to use its predecessor’s 649cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin motor but with the necessary changes in place to make it Euro 5-/BS6-compliant. There is no loss of power but torque is down by 1.7Nm. Weight is also up by a kilo. On paper, these minimal changes result in the new bike being 0.3 seconds slower to 100kmph than its BS4 predecessor. In the real world though you will hardly notice any difference. In fact, it feels a lot sportier and engaging than before thanks to an improved throatier intake and exhaust soundtrack. In fact, the raspy exhaust note makes the Z650 feel quicker than it actually is. 

  Z650 BS4 Z650 BS6
0-100kmph 4.48sec 4.81sec
30-70kmph (3rd Gear) N/A 2.72sec
40-80kmph (4th Gear) N/A 3.29sec

The parallel twin motor continues to be as tractable as before. It pulls cleanly from 2000rpm and offers a steady buildup of thrust all the way to 9000rpm post which it tapers off to its 10,000rpm rev limit. The meat of the powerband lies around 3500 to 6500rpm which makes the Z650 a quick motorcycle to ride in city traffic. Out on the highway too, the motor has enough reserves to sit at 120kmph all day and overtake that slow-moving truck with just a twist of the throttle. 

Kawasaki Z650 BS6 Road Test Review

  Z650 BS4 Z650 BS6
City 21.16kmpl 19.02kmpl
Highway 23.77kmpl 28.11kmpl

This engaging driving capability come at the expense of low city fuel efficiency. Out on the open road, the fuel efficiency improves and with the larger 15-litre fuel tank should offer a range of around 400km. It is a refined motor with just a bit of buzziness felt around the seat and foot pegs at 6000rpm. This harshness clears out once you climb up the revs. In the city the heat from the cylinders can be felt but it isn't that bothersome and is something you learn to live with.  

Kawasaki Z650 BS6 Road Test Review

The Z650’s six-speed gearbox features clunky but precise shifts. While trading engine refinement for an engaging soundtrack seemed like a good deal, the missing slickness of the gear shifts a bit dissapointing especially if you have ridden the older generation models. Its slip and assist clutch offers light clutch actuation that makes light work of city traffic.

Handling & Ride Quality

Kawasaki Z650 BS6 Road Test Review

  Z650 BS4
Frame Steel trellis frame
Suspension F: 41mm telescopic fork, 125mm travel
R: Preload-adjustable linked monoshock, 130mm travel
Brakes F: Twin 300mm petal discs
R: 220mm petal disc
Seat Height 790mm
Ground Clearance 130mm
Kerb Weight 191kg

The Z650 continues to use the same underpinnings as its predecessor, though the suspension tune has been revised. The middleweight naked now feels vastly different in the way it rides and handles. While the BS4 Z650 offered a pliant ride, the BS6 bike feels stiff at low speeds with sharp bumps and potholes felt all throughout. Even the pillion rider is bound to moan or give the rider a bit of grief about the stiff ride. The ride quality improves slightly at high speed but not enough to redeem itself. A simple dialling down of the preload settings on the monoshock should make matters better. However, changing the setting is a bit of a task, as one cannot easily get through to the notches without opening up a bit of the bodywork. 


The tradeoff is better handling. While the BS4 Z650 felt soft and wallowy in corners, the new Z650 is quite eager to gobble up some corners without getting flustered. Thanks to the extra leverage offered by the single-piece handlebar, the steering feels quick and requires minimal effort. Its long wheelbase offers good high speed cornering stability too. Kawasaki now offers slightly premium Dunlop Sportmax Roadsport 2 radials on the Z650. While these work fairly well on dry surfaces, they do not feel as planted over wet road or concrete patches. 

Kawasaki Z650 BS6 Road Test Review

  Z650 BS4 Z650 BS6
100-0kmph N/A 50.91m
80-0kmph 31.38m 32.91m

The tyres also seem to have an adverse effect on the way the Z650 BS6 brakes. Despite the large disc brakes, the over intrusive ABS significantly affects braking distances. Under hard braking, the ABS kicks in quite early on the front wheel, freewheeling you into the path of the very obstacle that you want to avoid under panic braking situation. A switch to more premium and stickier tyres should solve some of the Z650’s braking woes. 



Kawasaki Z650 BS6: Road Test Review

The new LED headlamp array works well in lighting up the road and impresses with its intensity, focus and spread. Even the tail lamp impresses with its unique Z-shaped LED layout. It is surprising that the Z650 does not get LED turn indicators and continues to use chunky bulb units. That's a miss in our books, especially considering most motorcycles in the segment below offer LED blinkers. 


Kawasaki Ninja 650 BS6 instrument console used for representation

Another major highlight on the Z650 BS6  is the switch to a large colour TFT unit from the previous digital LCD console. The new 4.3-inch unit feels premium. The lack of multiple display layouts shouldn’t be disheartening as it gets a clean interface with large fonts. The screen is bright enough to be easily readable even under the brightest sunlight. Also included is Bluetooth connectivity which allows you to pair your phone to the screen via Kawasaki’s Rideology app. 


Kawasaki Ninja 650 BS6 instrument console used for representation

We have two grouses with the new instrument console setup. The entire menu can be navigated only via two buttons beneath the dash. We would have preferred navigation buttons on the switchgear like other premium motorcycles or even the KTM 390 Duke or TVS Apache RR 310. It would make navigating through the lovely console menu more user friendly. Lastly, the Rideology app shows you basic information such as parked bike location, ride logs and call notifications. It does not allow you to receive or decline a call via the switchgear or even show navigation guidance on the screen. During our stint with the motorcycle, the app failed to display call and SMS alerts on the bike’s console. 

Overall the feature updates add to the premium quotient but have quite a few quirks that need to be addressed.         


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Kawasaki Z650 User Reviews

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    The bike is smooth to ride, exceptionally powerful, and boasts a stylish design, with a range of impressive features. I.....Read More

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Questions And Answers

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What is the exact on-road price price of Kawasaki Z650?

The on-road price of Kawasaki Z650 in Delhi starts at Rs. 7,46,474. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

Which bikes is better Kawasaki Z650 or Yamaha MT-03?

Kawasaki Z650 price starts at 6,65,000 (ex-showroom) with engine capacity 649 cc, fuel Tank Capacity of 15 L with kerb weight of 191 kg. While Yamaha MT-03 price starts 5.24 Lakh (ex-showroom) with engine capacity 321 cc, fuel Tank Capacity of 14 L with kerb weight of 167 Kg. You can compare Kawasaki Z650 vs Yamaha MT-03 on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What is the mileage of Kawasaki Z650?

What are different variants for Kawasaki Z650?

Kawasaki Z650 is a bikes that comes in 1 variants - Kawasaki Z650 STD

What is the engine displacement of Kawasaki Z650?

The engine displacement of Kawasaki Z650 is 649 cc

What is the Start type of Kawasaki Z650?

Kawasaki Z650 has Self Start Only.

What is the Tyre Type of Kawasaki Z650?

Kawasaki Z650 has Tubeless tyres.

Kawasaki z650 has got 41 mm telescopic suspension but z900 has got 41 mm upside down telescopic suspension soif at any point of time if I wanted to replace my z650 suspension with z900 suspension is it possible?

Prudvi asked on 4 Jan 2024

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Is it available in Patana?

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For the availability, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest ...

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Which is the best bike to buy Z650 or Ninja 650? I'm a college student, which is the best bike for me?

Pritam asked on 17 Apr 2021

Both Kawasaki Ninja 650 and Kawasaki Z650 are brilliant machines with uber ...

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What is the launch date of Kawasaki Z650 2020?

Mansoor asked on 26 Mar 2020

As of now, there is no official update from the brand's end regarding the launch...

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What is the on-road price of Kawasaki Z650 2020?

Devendra asked on 30 Jan 2020

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