KAWASAKI Z1000 Insurance

Kawasaki bikes are known for this high speed and masculine look. The bikes manufactured by the company are embellished with advance technology and Z1000 is no exception. The bike is powered by 1000 cc engine roaring to run at any speed. There are minor changes made to the appearance and style with most prominent change being made to head lights. The performance and aesthetics are based on the concept of Sugomi.

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The latest version of the bike or the 2014 Z1000 gets a new headlight assembly which has LED unit gives it ultimate street fighter look. The new analog plus digital instrument panel includes a large tachometer and a digital display displaying current bike conditions and settings. The Kawasaki Z1000 is available in only one colour which is golden blazed green. Bike’s standard variant includes alloy wheels, disc brake, electric start and ABS.

Power and Performance

The bike is described as a ‘Mean Machine’ due to its aggressive looks. It is powered by 1043 cc inline four liquid cooled engine generating 142 bhp power at 10000 rpm. There are some revisions being made to ECU settings and camshaft timings as a new air box has been installed and cylinders are being connected to reduce pumping losses. The crank driven balancer further enhances overall smoothness of the bike.

Displacement: 1043 cc

Maximum Power: 139 bhp

Maximum Torque: 111 nm

Wheel base: 1435 mm

Ground Clearance: 125 mm

Height: 1055 mm

Braking and Handling

A new big piston is a feature of latest version of the bike offers light weight and enhances wheel control. The one piece mono bloc radial mount front brake callipers offer superior braking. Bike has disc brakes at both ends with 310 mm front disc brake and 250 mm rear disc brake.

What to look for insurance plan?

In India, every vehicle must own insurance policy that must cover third party liability. Usually, third party insurance plans are cheaper as compared to a comprehensive insurance plan. The difference lies in the coverage provided by both type of policies. Third party insurance policy protects an individual by compensating for damages to third party vehicle and property due to accident. While a comprehensive insurance plan compensates an individual for own vehicle damages, hospitalization expenses, third party vehicle and property damages. One must compare and evaluate each plan before opting for one in order to get best coverage.

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