If you’re in the market for a electric motorcycle from Zero Motorcycles, now is your chance. The big news is that Zero is dropping the prices on its 2015 bikes by $1,350, across the board.

The price decrease comes in response to the company’s decreased costs on batteries, which in-turn Zero is passing on to its customers.

While all potential customers will benefit from this news, the price cut is going to be perhaps the most helpful for non-US buyers.

Most Zero prices around the world are based off the American MSRP, and with the euro weak against the dollar, European Zero dealers can absorb the changes in the currency exchange.

“As leaders in this space we believe it is important to pass on the benefits of improved battery technology and our increased scale to consumers as soon as possible to allow more motorcyclists to experience the thrill of electric,” said Richard Walker, Zero Motorcycles CEO.

“We’re not here to do things as they’ve been traditionally done in the motorcycle industry. Making this change mid-season to deliver great value to consumers at industry-leading price points, rather than waiting for 2016, is just the right thing to do.”

The New 2015 Zero Motorcycles Price List Is as Follows:

  • Zero FX ZF 2.8 – $8,495
  • Zero FX ZF 5.7 – $10,990
  • Zero DS ZF 9.4 – $11,995
  • Zero DS ZF 12.5 – $13,995
  • Zero S ZF 9.4 – $11,995
  • Zero S ZF 12.5 – $13,995
  • Zero SR ZF 12.5 – $15,995

Source: Zero Motorcycles

  • Bruce Steever

    Get that SR price closer to 12k, and i’m in.

  • Michael Uhlarik

    Is this the same price drop reported a month ago or something new?

  • Ted Ebear

    exellent…. in australia that means we’ll only pay $24k as opposed to $26.5k. they are still massively, massively, massively overpriced to make any headway against petrol bikes.

  • Huff955

    Can they make them not look like a Buell Blast?

  • Campisi

    Same one, I think.

  • RoyEMunson

    Since the euro is so weak against the $ why is the Energica Ego still $35k? Speaking of electric Superbikes, when is Zero gonna give us a true sportbike? Something with dual motors would fit the bill nicely and could still be air cooled.

  • El Apestoso

    Why would they put money into sportbikes? Sportbikes don’t sell for crap as it is, combine that with it being an electric, and Zero my as well shut their doors now and save themselves the heartache.

  • ‘Mike Smith

    I just got mine the first week of the discount. It’s a great bike.

  • ‘Mike Smith

    There has been some internet chat about a possible faired version which would increase range due to aeordynamics. Full sportbike is probably not what will be produced. I’d bet on something more like the Honda CBR500R with a more relaxed seating position.

  • El Apestoso

    That would actually make more sense, at least to me. Their bikes, to date, haven’t exactly screamed high performance. Baby steps. But it’s working for them, since when it comes to electrics, they’re really the only game in town.

  • Campisi

    Zero hasn’t had reason to do any serious visual design in a bit. I’d be curious to see where they’d fit a fairing into their current design language, or if they take the opportunity to try something new.