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Automotive Blog – MaxxTest Kawasaki Z900 vs. Suzuki GSX-S750 vs. Yamaha MT-09

Automotive Blog – MaxxTest Kawasaki Z900 vs. Suzuki GSX-S750 vs. Yamaha MT-09

Hello and welcome to MaxxMoto for the first comparison test of the year between these three midsize nakedbikes. We’ve got Renaud on Yamaha’s MT-09. Leo on Suzuki’s GSX-S750. And I’ll be testing Kawa’s Z900.

Alright, time to get out of here! The MT-09 was the king of the middleweights when it came out , although everybody knew that Yamaha chose a budget-option for the suspension. That Yamaha chose a budget-option for the suspension.   The MT offers the least confidence in the corners and the high seating position is a bit strange. The Yamaha is a bit more expensive than the other two bikes, but in return you get a Quickshifter, TC and riding modes.

The main reason to chose the MT, is it’s awesome engine. The new Kawa four-pot is a bit less playful than the MT’s engine, even though it has lots of low down torque and all the way up the rev range it offers a really nice punch. The Kawa doesn’t offer an electronics package, but that didn’t bother us during the testride. The Kawa doesn’t offer an electronics package, but that didn’t bother us during the test ride.

If you like the Sugomi design and you’re not too tall, the Kawasaki is an excellent choice. If you like the Sugomi design and you’re not too tall, the Kawasaki is an excellent choice. By the way, in Belgium, this bike is the cheapest of the trio. Who really wants a precise steering bike, doesn’t need to look any further than the Suzuki.

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The 750 is less powerful than both 900’s, but it makes up for that with the best suspension and brakes. The 750 is less powerful than both 900’s, but it makes up for that with the best suspension and brakes. On our testroute in the Ardennes it was definitely able to follow the pack, but you really need to stay in the high revs. On our testroute in the Ardennes it was definitely able to follow the pack, but you really need to stay in the high revs.

AAIGHT! After a day of fooling around in the Ardennes, my conclusion is clear: The Kawasaki Z900 is not only the cheapest, but also the best bike. The Kawasaki Z900 is not only the cheapest, but also the best bike. I have to admit, it’s not as sharp steering as the Suzuki, It doesn’t offer the Yamaha’s three-pot fun factor, But as a total package, nothing comes close to the Z900. But as a total package, nothing comes close to the Z900.

I don’t like to admit it, but our CEO has got a point because the Z900 is really good, but when you’re a bit taller it doesn’t offer a lot of room to move around, which is why my bike is the best. But when you’re a bit taller it doesn’t offer a lot of room to move around, which is why my bike is the best. It has the most fun engine, three-cilinder, unbeatable It has the most fun engine, three-cilinder, unbeatable. It’s light, agile…

…But i have to say I miss the Suzuki’s scalpel-like front end and good suspension. I miss the Suzuki’s scalpel-like front end and good suspension. But don’t tell Leo, because otherwise we’re going to have to listen to him for weeks… It’s simple, mine’s the best.

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Best suspension, best brakes, best chassis,… Stable. It just needs a bit more punch in the lower revs. Ah well, Less is more!.

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