The Kawasaki Z650 street bike has a base price of 6,43,034 lakhs. There is only one variant and colour offered. The Yamaha MT-07 is priced at 7.50 lakhs and provides a single variant. This motorcycle model has one of the freshest looks.
The Kawasaki Z650 offers a 649cc BS6 engine that powers the Kawasaki Z650 and produces 64 Nm of torque and 67.31 horsepower. Yamaha MT-07 has a 689 CC parallel-twin motor with liquid cooling that delivers the most low-end power at 50 ft-lb of torque and 74 hp at 9,000 RPM.
The Kawasaki Z650 has a 15-litre petrol tank motorcycle which weighs up to 191 kg. The fuel tank capacity of Yamaha MT-07 is 14 litres, weighing 184 kg.
The Kawasaki Z650 has ABS with both front and rear disc brakes, whereas the Yamaha MT-07 has an ABS and dual channel disc for both their front and rear wheels.
The mileage of the Kawasaki Z650 is 28 kmpl, whereas the mileage of the Yamaha MT-07 is 24 kmpl.
The Kawasaki Z650 street bike has a base price of 6,43,034 lakhs. There is only one variant and colour is offered. The SV650 is based on the previous Suzuki Gladius model and is priced up to 6.12 lakhs.
In context to the comfortability of the riders, the Suzuki SV650 does not set an excellent example for riders with tall heights. In contrast, the Kawasaki Z650 allows any size of rider to ride the bike.
Talking about the engine, the Kawasaki Z650 comes with a 649cc BS6 engine that powers the Kawasaki Z650 and produces 64 Nm of torque and 67.31 hp. In contrast, Suzuki SV650 comes with 140 alterations to the chassis, and 40 new engine parts have 76 hp with a torque of 63.7 NM.
The Kawasaki Z650 gives good braking to the riders. In contrast, the Suzuki SV650 does not give good front brakes, which is one of the drawbacks of the company, which does not allow the rider to trust the brakes and ride the bike with full comfort and be fully reliable to the riders.
The Kawasaki Z650 street bike has a base price of 6,43,034 lakhs, whereas the Honda CBR 500 R gets priced up to 5 to 6 lakhs.
Kawasaki Motors offer only one variant and one colour for Kawasaki Z650. In contrast, the Honda CBR 500 R offers two colour schemes to the riders and has a single variant for their bikes.
The Kawasaki motors offer a 649cc BS6 engine that powers the Kawasaki Z650 to produce 64 Nm of torque and 67.31 hp power. In contrast, the Honda CBR 500 R offers a 471 CC engine with a liquid-cooled DOHC parallel-twin engine that produces a meagre 46.4 hp at 8,500 RPM and 43.1 Nm of torque at 7,000 RPM.