The Zero SR shares the same DNA as the Zero S but is built for riders who simply want to go faster and accelerate harder. Featuring a larger 660 amp motor controller, the Zero SR delivers 25% more power (67 hp) and 56% more torque (106 ft-lb). To accommodate the increased output, its motor uses higher temperature magnets to ensure better performance during extended periods at higher speeds.
With more torque than most 1000cc sport bikes, the Zero SR pulls hard off the line…and just keeps pulling. Launching from 0-60 mph in 3.3 seconds en route to a top speed over 100 mph, the Zero SR offers spirited riders an edge in competitive riding. From lap times at the local track day to sweeping the podium at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, the Zero SR is fundamentally changing the way electric motorcycles are perceived.
2016 Zero S or DS, with the 9.8kWh battery pack: $10,995
2016 Zero S or DS, with the 13kWh battery pack: $13,995
2016 Zero SR or DSR, with the 13kWh battery pack: $15,995
2016 Zero FX or FXS, with the 3.3 kWh battery module: $8,495
2016 Zero FX or FXS, with the 6.5 kWh battery module: $10,990
Charge tanks for the S-series bikes cost $1,988, and power tank additional batteries cost $2,674.
In the United States, the E-motorcycle Federal Tax Credit covers 10% of the purchase price of a street legal electric motorcycle up to a maximum of $2,500. Motorcycle accessories may also be eligible for a 10% federal tax credit when purchased on the same invoice as your motorcycle. Some states and cities offer additional incentives.
Charging accessories may be eligible for a 30% federal tax credit when billed on a separate invoice. Both incentives are scheduled to end December 31, 2016.
The 2016 Zero SR, with the additional range batteries can cost $16801 with the 10% tax credits instead of $18669.
SOURCE - Zero Motorcycles