Starting with the aesthetic looks, the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX provides a very attractive look, a hulky colour with a glossy black scheme. The forward cowling gives the bike a less extreme and angular design.
The charm of the H2 SX lies on the front side of the bike, and the main attractive part of the bike is the LED headlamp which has a circular and classy structure giving visibility to the rider for the long distance and will help the bikers to drive the bike in the dark as well.
Talking about the seat, Kawasaki Motors has enhanced the quality of the seat and has increased the area for comfort, which will help the rider to ride the bike for long distances without getting tired. The extended windshield may provide better protection from the wind but may be unsuitable for long touring.
The exhaust is all-new, too, with smaller diameter header pipes and a shorter and more compact silencer.
The Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX will be available in one colour variant:
The Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX will be launched in a single variant:
The Kawasaki H2 SX is an entirely different engine, other than the fact that it has the same 998cc displacement as the H2 and shares the same crank cases. After the H2/H2R, Kawasaki describes the H2 SX as the second generation of its supercharged engines and has worked to develop a “balanced supercharger.”
The power generated by the Ninja H2 SX is 200 PS @11000 rpm, and the torque generated is 137.3 NM @9500 rpm.
The all-new Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX will come to the market with great features that will make the H2 SX more attractive and sophisticated than the other bikes.
A supercharged 998cc inline four-cylinder engine, built to give power where it is most valuable, in the low- to mid-range, and in an efficient manner, powers the Ninja H2 SX hypersport.
A rider’s ability to adapt to various street riding circumstances and scenarios is aided by the Ninja H2 SX’s inclusion of Kawasaki’s best electronics management technology.
The Ninja H2 SX’s sporty yet laid-back riding position supports solo and two-up riding for various riding circumstances. Long-distance trips are comfortable on the ergonomically built front seat, allowing for position modifications for livelier riding.
In addition to redesigned forms, thickness, and density that increase rider and passenger comfort, both the rider and passenger seats are wider than in prior incarnations.
The transmission of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX is taken care of by the 6-speed gearbox, with the slipper clutch and ECU tweaks.
Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX provides us with 43 mm inverted forks, fully adjustable suspension in front and single rear shock, and a fully-adjustable rear suspension.
The rider will get a dual channel ABS with 2x320mm discs with four-piston radial callipers in the front wheel brakes, whereas in the rear, the bike will provide a 250mm single disc brake with two-piston callipers.