Kawasaki introduced the Sport Tourer Ninja H2 SX superchargedNovember 9, 2017
According to the manufacturer, the 200-hp novelty will be more economical than the sport-touring Kawasaki Z1000SX.
The Japanese manufacturer of sports motorcycles introduced a new product in the Sport Tourer class – Ninja H2 SX with a 1.0-liter four-cylinder engine with a boost of 197 horsepower.
The novelty will join to representatives of the range line of the most powerful serial motorcycles Kawasaki Ninja – models with forced induction Ninja H2 and Ninja H2R, debuted three years ago.
The so-called “balanced boost technology” was developed by Kawasaki, with special emphasis on driving sports bikes through city streets. The Ninja H2 SX is equipped with a four-cylinder 16-valve motor with liquid cooling and supercharging. Its working capacity is 998 cubic centimeters. The new development provides linear power in the range of low and medium speed, and also improves the fuel consumption efficiency.
Ninja H2 SX will be available in two versions: standard Ninja H2 SX and Ninja H2 SX SE. The SE model is equipped with a color TFT LCD dial, light-sensitive LED backlight, quick switching up / down, Kawasaki engine start control mode (KLCM), large screen and steering wheel with heating. Cruise control and proprietary control system in corners will also be available. The payload of the new motorcycle is 195 kilograms. And this means that the average couple should not have problems with riding alone on this sportbike.