The base model of the Kawasaki Versys 1000 costs 12.19 Lakh, while the Triumph Tiger 900 starts at 13.70 Lakh, costing 1.51 Lakh more.
The reported distance technically speaking, the Triumph Tiger 900 is powered by an 888 cc engine, while the Kawasaki Versys 1000 has a 1043 cc engine.
The power generated by Kawasaki Versys 1000 is 120 PS @9000 rpm and the maximum torque transferred by the engine is 102 Nm @7500 rpm. In contrast, the power generated by Triumph Tiger 900 is 95.2 PS @8750 rpm and the torque transferred by the engine is 87 Nm @7250 rpm.
While the Triumph Tiger 900 comes in nine colours, the Kawasaki Versys 1000 comes in just one.
The total number of cylinders in the Kawasaki Versys 1000 is 4, with four valves per cylinder. In contrast, the total number of cylinders in the Triumph Tiger 900 is only 3, with four cylinders per valve.
The BMW R 1250 GS is around 2130000 (ex-showroom price), whereas the Kawasaki Versys 1000 is 1219000. (ex-showroom).
The BMW R 1250 GS’s engine produces 136 PS and 143 Nm, and Versys 1000, on the other hand, has a power and torque rating of 120 PS and 102 Nm, respectively.
Compared to the Kawasaki Versys 1000, BMW R 1250 GS offers the bike in 4 different colours.
The total number of cylinders in the Kawasaki Versys 1000 is four, allowing the engine to generate a power of 120 PS @9000 rpm and torque of 102 NM @7250 rpm. In contrast, the total cylinder present in the BMW R1250 GS is 2, which transfers the power to the engine of 134 bhp @7750 rpm and torque of 143 NM @6250 rpm.
The base model of the Kawasaki Versys 1000 is 12.19 Lakh, while the BMW F 850 GS is 12.50 lakhs.
The Kawasaki Versys 1000 has a fuel capacity of 21 litres, and the Kawasaki claims the mileage is ten kmpl, whereas the BMW F 850 GS has a fuel tank capacity of 15, and the claimed mileage is 24.4 kmpl.
The weight of the Kawasaki Versys 1000 is 255 kg, whereas the BMW F 850 GS is only 233 kg.
Both bikes come in a single-colour option.
BMW F 850 GS gives an approximate mileage of 24.4 Kmpl, and the Versys 1000 gives a mileage of approximately 10 Kmpl.