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Pricing Revealed for 2024 Kawasaki Ninja 500 and Z 500: A New Era for Middleweight Motorcycles

  • Introduction of 2024 Kawasaki Ninja 500 and Z 500: Following the discontinuation of the Ninja 400 and Z 400, Kawasaki introduces the new Ninja 500 and Z 500 for the 2024 model year, marking a new era for middleweight motorcycles.
  • Pricing Details: Both the Kawasaki Z 500 and Ninja 500 are available in standard and SE variants. Pricing for the Z 500 starts at £5,699 for the standard version and £6,049 for the SE. The Ninja 500 is priced at £5,999 for the standard bike, with the SE version costing £6,499.
  • New Engine and Specifications: The Ninja 500 and Z 500 are powered by a new 500-class twin-cylinder motor with water-cooling, featuring an Assist and Slipper clutch. The engine is A2-compliant, ensuring a maximum output of no more than 47bhp. Detailed power and torque figures are yet to be disclosed.
  • Shared Features: Both motorcycles share the same trellis frame and LCD display. An Ergo-Fit seat is available as an option, raising the seat height by 30mm.
  • Special Edition Variants: The Special Edition variants come with a TFT display, connectivity to the Kawasaki Rideology app, and a USB-C outlet. The Ninja 500 SE includes Kipass keyless ignition. Unique paint options are available for the Special Edition models.
  • Connectivity and Technology: The Special Edition variants feature connectivity to the Kawasaki Rideology app, enhancing the motorcycles’ technological offerings. TFT displays and keyless ignition contribute to a more advanced riding experience.

Conclusion: The 2024 Kawasaki Ninja 500 and Z 500 signify a new chapter in the middleweight motorcycle category, featuring a fresh design and an all-new engine. With the unveiling of pricing details, Kawasaki aims to offer a competitive and appealing option for riders looking for performance in the middleweight segment. The inclusion of Special Edition variants with enhanced connectivity and unique paint options further adds to the attractiveness of these motorcycles. As the motorcycles are set to land in March, riders can anticipate the arrival of these new models and explore the advanced features they bring to the middleweight class.

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