2020 Kawasaki Z900 ABS | Video Review

2020 Kawasaki Z900 ABS Review
In 2020, Kawasaki’s Z900 ABS is coming out swinging with technology and features it never had. New to the party is adjustable traction control, selectable ride modes, and a full-color TFT instrument panel, not to mention a redesigned LED headlight and a slight aesthetic facelift. That’s a far cry from the stripped-down approach the Z900 took when first released in 2017, and it’s still a serious value. Photo by Kevin Wing.

We review the 2020 Kawasaki Z900 ABS! First launched in 2017, the Z900 platform was the budget sport rider’s go-to choice due to its no-frills, bare-bones approach. With no electronic rider aids, other than optional ABS, the Z900 undercut the competition by several hundred dollars, and it also performed admirably.

For model year 2020, the Z900 ABS returns with several technological upgrades, including a full-color TFT dash, traction control, ABS, LED lighting, and a few other refinements. The best news yet is that you get all of those new features an additional $200 when compared to the previous Z900 ABS MSRP.

The 2020 Kawasaki Z900 ABS has an MSRP of $8,999 — equalling rivals such as the Yamaha MT-09. Road Test Editor Nic de Sena spent some quality time with the 2020 Kawasaki Z900 ABS and shared his thoughts in this video review!

Want the full story? Check out our detailed review of the 2020 Kawasaki Z900 ABS, complete with a dyno chart and specs!

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