Kawasaki India is gearing up to launch the ZX-4R in the Indian market. The ZX-4R will be the most affordable 4-cylinder motorcycle from the Kawasaki brand in India and is set to be launched on September 11. It is expected that the ZX-4R will be sold only in one trim, which will be the base version. Therefore, there is no expectation of the S and R variants coming to the Indian market.

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The global model of the ZX-4R is equipped with a 399cc inline 4-cylinder engine, which generates a maximum power of 79 hp at 14,500 rpm and a peak torque of 39 Nm at 13,000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission with a quickshifter. The ZX-4R also features upside-down front forks and a mono-shock at the rear.

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It is equipped with Nissin 4-piston calipers with dual 290 mm discs for braking at the front and a 220 mm single disc with dual-channel ABS at the rear. It also comes with optional Akrapovic carbon exhaust and weighs around 189 kilograms. The ZX-4R comes with advanced features including Bluetooth connectivity, traction control, and 4 riding modes – Sport, Road, Rain, and Ride. It also has a 4.3-inch digital instrument cluster. It is expected to be launched in India at a price of around 7-8 lakh rupees.

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Summery :

– Kawasaki India is preparing to launch the ZX-4R in the Indian market, which will be the most affordable 4-cylinder motorcycle of the ZX-4R brand.
– The launch of the ZX-4R is expected to take place on September 11.
– It is likely that the ZX-4R will be sold only in one trim and will not be available in the Indian market in SE and R versions.
– The global model of the ZX-4R uses a 399cc inline 4-cylinder engine with a maximum power of 79 hp and torque of 39 Nm.
– The bike also features a 6-speed transmission with a quickshifter.
– It has upside-down forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear for suspension.
– The braking system includes dual front discs, dual-channel ABS, and a single rear disc.
– Additional features include Bluetooth connectivity, traction control, 4 riding modes, and a 4.3-inch digital instrument cluster.
– The expected price of the bike is around 7-8 lakh rupees.

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