How much is a ZX-12R worth?
|Suggested List Price||Average Retail|
How fast is the 2000 Kawasaki ZX-12R?
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R
|2000 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R|
|Manufacturer||Kawasaki Motorcycle & Engine Company|
|Top speed||301 km/h (187 mph)|
|Power||133.1 kW (178.5 hp) @ 9,500 rpm (claimed) 120.2–121.3 kW (161.2–162.7 hp) (rear wheel)|
Are ZX-12R reliable?
If buying a ZX12R you do need to check the bike through out, like with any other used bike….
|Summary of owners’ reviews|
|Ride quality & brakes:||4.6 out of 5 (4.6/5)|
|Engine:||4.9 out of 5 (4.9/5)|
|Reliability & build quality:||4.7 out of 5 (4.7/5)|
Is the 2001 ZX-12R restricted?
The 2000 model year ZX-12R is not restricted. It is considered to be the last year of the unrestricted motorcycles, for in 2001 the manufacturers went with a “gentleman agreement” and restricted motorcycles in stock fashion to 186.5mph (of course this can be removed).
Is the zx12r comfortable?
Riding position: Shorter riders may struggle with the Ninja as it is a very stretched out riding position and the bike itself is pretty heavy, but once on the go it is fairly comfortable and very good for covering miles.
What are the years of the Kawasaki ZX-12R?
2000: Kawasaki ZX-12R launched. 2002: Kawasaki ZX-12R updated with new bodywork, ram air intakes, gearbox tweaks, engine retuned for snappier acceleration, crankshaft strengthened. Bike NOT available in typically Kawasaki green paint. 2003: Black and gold and green paint schemes introduced for Kawasaki ZX-12R.
Are there any issues with the zx12r?
Looking at older bikes, they all will have issues with rust/pitting. This is something to fix over the winter months. If buying a ZX12R you do need to check the bike through out, like with any other used bike.
What year did Kawasaki ZX-12R have brake callipers?
2004: Radial brake callipers fitted to Kawasaki ZX-12R, more fuel injection tweaks to boost throttle response. 2005: No major changes to Kawasaki ZX-12R, all black paint option. 2006: No major changes.
Is the Honda ZX-12 a sportbike?
The 56.8-inch wheelbase is slightly longer than the sportbike norm, but the normal sportbike doesn’t have to remain stable at speeds so enticingly close to 190 mph. The ZX-12 does, and it feels only slightly less planted at the Warp Factor end of the spectrum than the remarkably rock-steady Hayabusa.