With the new 2019, Kawasaki ZX-6R taking the stage lets look at what remains same and what changes.
All things considered, the fundamental case and motor remain the same; however, the 636cc inline-four-cylinder motor is presently Euro4 compliant.
Quick Shifter Arrives
Kawasaki has likewise included an up-move just quickshifter, and also two riding modes to the motor bundle. The Japanese say the new motor comes “enhanced power and torque feeling” – yet no numbers are still under the wraps.
Different changes incorporate new bodywork, different dash, a 12-volt utility attachment, and obviously footing control remains a component. The new Bridgestone Battlax S22 tires are fitted too, in any event for the European market.
Brakes and Forks
On the frame side, Showa balance free front forks are fitted, and Nissin brakes with ABS comes with the package. Kawasaki offers an Öhlins guiding damper as a component of the reseller’s exchange list.
However, it seems the Kawasaki has concentrated towards on-street behaviour, as opposed to trackability, with this revive which could conceivably be something to be thankful for.
Now it will be good to see how this fair against its main arch-rival Yamaha YZF-R6.
Source: Kawasaki Europe