2019 Zero Motorcycles S / SR — PRICE & SPECIFICATIONS

2019 Zero Motorcycles S / SR — PRICE & SPECIFICATIONS


The electric-bike market becomes more viable
almost daily it seems, and Zero is at the cutting edge with a number of improvements. We’re talking about more power with a higher
top-end kind of improvements, and that’s on top of faster recharge times and a lighter
curb weight. Performance may increase, and new models may
hit the showrooms, but Zero’s pragmatic design criteria remains a constant across the board. A bobbed front fender rides between beefy,
usd front forks with a headlight housing that mounts a cyclops light and standoff-style
turn signals. A faux fuel-tank hump and two-up seat lends
the bike a typical flyline, and in silhouette, they are indistinguishable from non-electric
naked-sports. The clean, twin-spar (wishbone) frame is all
but completely exposed, and it blends right in against the achromatic background to become
just another subtlety in the overall look. Suspension travel clocks in with 6.25 inches
up front and 6.35 inches out back, and that should be enough for any relatively reasonable
urban shenanigans. At the bottom of the range rides the Zero
S ZF7.2 with a 35-percent power boost that brings it up to a total of 46-ponies and 78
pound-feet of torque. The price sheet is as complex as the specs
list. At the bottom of the food chain, the base
Zero S ZF7.2 will roll for $10,995. If you want the ZF14.4 model you can bump
that up to $13,995. The power-tank and charge tank go for $2,895
and $2,295, respectively. The SR is only available with the ZF14.4 drive,
and it rolls for $16,495 or $19,390 depending on power- and charge-tank choices.

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