The Z400 is the basic model of twin cylinder streetfighters from Kawasaki. With styling inspired from the higher end Z series models, this one has great looks and moderate power. Kawasaki Z400 Expected Launch Date:
The Z400 has not been released in
India yet, however it is expected sometime in the mid or early or 2023s. The Kawasaki Z400 was released in the international market in March 2023. It is also Euro 5 complaint which will be acceptable as BS6 in India. ...Read MoreRead Less
Kawasaki Z400 Price:
The Kawasaki Z400 will come in one standard variant. Taking a hint from the international market, the Kawasaki Z400 could cost around 5 lakh Rupees or more ex-showroom in Delhi.
Kawasaki Z400 Design:
Like all the other Z series sportbikes, this one has a bold street presence too. Even though it doesn’t look as beefy as the higher end ones, the Z400 feels adequate for an entry level Z series bike. The stance of this bike is unique as it follows the Japanese ‘Sugomi’ design philosophy. It looks intimidating and powerful for a 400cc bike due to ‘Sugomi’ character. This beginner streetfighter will be available in Candy Lime Green with black, White with a hint of black or even Black with assorted colours like the Z400s that are available in Thailand.
Kawasaki Z400 Dimension:
The seat is at a height of 785 mm and the ground clearance is 145 mm. The front gets telescopic forks and the rear gets a pre-load adjustable mono-shock for suspensions. The Z400 will weigh 165 kilograms.
Kawasaki Z400 Features:
The Z400 is expected to have the features that the Ninja 400 has. Like all performance grade bikes, the Z400 will be built around a lightweight Trellis frame. A fully digital instrument cluster is expected to feature a digital tachometer with analogue mock-up. There will be trip meters, fuel gauge and ABS indicator along with the other vital readings. Since this is a base model, it is not expected to have Bluetooth connectivity.
Kawasaki Z400 Engine and Performance:
A 399cc liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, parallel-twin engine will run the Z400. It produces 45 HP at 10,000 RPM and 38 Nm torque at 8,000 RPM. The engine is linked to a 6-speed transmission.
Kawasaki Z400 Mileage:
The Z400 returns a mileage between 22 to 28 kilometers a litre depending on riding conditions. It has a fuel tank capacity of 14 litres.
Kawasaki Z400 Rivals:
Direct rivals to the Kawasaki Z400 include Benelli TNT 300, Honda CB 300R, Yamaha MT-03, BMW G 310 R and KTM 390 Duke.