The Japanese brand completed its naked fleet with an entry copy of the Z range. This model is presented as an intermediate option with great features, plus a particular aesthetic.
The Z family is one of the most recognized in Kawasaki, and the Z400 is positioned as the ideal for those considering entry to that range. This naked with a unique style turns out to be an excellent option, thanks to the benefits of its engine and the design line.
Of course, the Z400 has all the characteristic style of the naked from the Japanese factory, with a geometry of aggressive lines and a closed steering angle. Its design is designed to provide a comfortable driving position, thanks to its high and flat handlebars, as well as the 785 mm seat height.
While the engine is a 399 cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder DOHC system with four valves per cylinder, it has been updated to reduce weight and size, but not performance. The propeller delivers 45 horsepower at 10,000 rpm, and a maximum torque of 38 Nm at 8,000 rpm. It works with a six-speed gearbox and an oil-bath multi-plate clutch with an anti-rebound system, which smooth the behavior of the engine.