The Kawasaki 1000SX has priced at Rs 11.98 Lakhs, and the Standard ZX 10R costs about Rs 17.86 Lakhs. They have a 1043cc and a 998cc, respectively.
Both bikes are loaded with technological features and have LED lights, but the ZX 10 R features a low fuel indicator, but the 1000SX does not.
The maximum torque of the 1000SX is 111Nm @8000 rpm, and the ZX 10 R 114.9 Nm@11400 rpm. The 1000SX has a better displacement, but the power and torque of the ZX are slightly better. However, the 1000SX is a sports tourer, while the ZX is a sporting bike fit for race tracks.
Kawasaki is only perfect for racing and can’t be used for touring or long rides, but the SX can be ridden for both. The ZX has a fuel capacity of 17 litres, while the SX has more capacity of 19 litres, which is useful when the bike is used for touring or long rides.
The SX has a heavier structure with a kerb weight of 238kgs, while the ZX only has 207 kgs. The ZX is built for speed and racing, while the 1000SX is built for touring and racing.
The Kawasaki comes at Rs 11.98 Lakhs with a 1043cc engine, while the Suzuki comes at Rs 13.50 Lakhs with a 999cc displacement. The Kawasaki has a maximum torque of 111Nm @8000 rpm, while the Suzuki features a 106Nm @ 9250 rpm. Both the bikes have the ABs, cruise and traction control features. However, the Kawasaki has extra features like its Kawasaki Quick Shifter and the intelligent anti-lock brake system.
The Kawasaki and the Suzuki both have similar 4-stroke, and 4 cylinder liquid cooled engines; however, the Kawasaki’s engine pumps out 142PS @10000 rpm while the Suzuki churns a power of 152PS @11000 rpm.
One additional feature of the Suzuki is its Intelligent Ride system. They both have LED lights and have the same fuel capacity of 19 Liters. The weight of the Kawasaki is 238 kgs, while the Suzuki has a kerb weight of 226 kgs.
They both are sports touring bikes, but they have certain subtle differences in their features, meaning, design, and price.
The Kawasaki is termed as a superbike, and the Ducati is considered a sports bike. They are priced at Rs 11.98 Lakhs and 16.75 Lakhs, respectively.
They both feature a liquid-cooled engine, while the Kawasaki has a 1043cc displacement, but the Ducati only has a 937cc engine. The Kawasaki has a max torque of 111Nm @8000 rpm, and the Ducati has a 93Nm @6500 rpm.
The Kawasaki has a slightly heavier structure at 238 kgs compared to the 210 kgs of the Ducati; however, the Kawasaki has better power and more comfort in its riding style compared to the Ducati.
While the Kawasaki has additional features like KIBS and KQS, the Ducati doesn’t feature these as they are only for Kawasaki.