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Price of Kawasaki Z800 in India slashed by Rs 50,000

The Japanese auto-maker Kawasaki has made an interesting move by slashing the price of its popular Z800 by 50,000 Rs. The price slash is surprising as very recently Indian Government decided to remove tax benefits on cars and motorcycles in India from 1st January 2015 onwards. However, one could avail Kawasaki Z800 with discounted price before 15th March 2015.  What it means? The 7.85 Lakhs worth Kawasaki Z800 is now available for 7.35 Lakhs (ex-showroom Pune).

The sales of all-time rivals for Kawasaki bikes like Yamaha FZ and Yamaha R1 in India could be affected because of Z800’s sudden price cut, sports bike enthusiasts shall switch their mind towards Kawasaki Z800’s new offering.

The price cut was first happened in Thailand, where the Z800 is actually Manufactured. The price of Kawasaki Z800 could again bounce back to normal or might increase after 15th March 2015.

Specifications/ Features of  Kawasaki Z800
  • Four Cylinder Liquid cooled 4 stroke engine
  • Engine displacement of 806cc
  • Chain drive with 6 gears
  • Dual Petal Disc brake in front
  • Tubeless tyres with alloy wheels
  • Digital Speedometer, Pilot lamps and LED tail lights
  • Inverted fork with rebound damping and spring suspension in the front
  • Bottom link uni-trak gas charged shock with piggy suspension in the rear
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2016 BMW 7 Series revealed completely undisguised

        The first pictures of next generation BMW 7 Series 2016 has hit the web. The clear pictures of the new 7 Series reveals almost all the styling details. The new 7 Series is expected to make its international debut in mid 2015.

        The new 7 Series gets a new headlamps design which flows into the big kidney shaped grill, a feature seen in all the present BMWs. The side profile has some resemblance to the current car but it’s the rear which looks different and good in the new BMW 7 series. The chiselled tail lamps between the chrome strip on the boot adds luxury to this elegant car.

        The new BMW 7 Series looks little bigger and will compete with Audi A8, Mercedes S Class, Jaguar XJ and probably with newly launched Mercedes Maybach as well in international markets. 

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