We applaud Zero’s decision to back away from the hardcore dirt bike market and put their focus on the
street and dual-purpose bikes that will serve a larger pool of consumers. The Zero DS (Dual Sport) sells for
$12,995 and can be upgraded with the Z Force power pack for an additional $2000.
AT A GLANCE: ZERO
Performance-oriented riders will want to take a close look at the SR
model, which is basically a souped-up version of the S model that offers
greater acceleration and top-end speed thanks to a larger 660-amp motor
controller. Zero claims the motor churns out 56 percent more torque and
24 percent more power than the standard S. With a $16,995 price, the SR
sits at the top of Zero’s family of bikes.