Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX Performance Tourer 2023 Specs

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“The new Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX is Kawasaki’s most advanced Sports Tourer ever; the ultimate
integration of the highest standards of technology, performance and riding comfort. New dedicated features like the ARAS system provide real world benefits including adaptive cruise control and blind spot detection. Integrated into the new 6.5” colour TFT instrumentation is Kawasaki’s SPIN Infotainment system. Experience the exhilaration of the unique balanced
supercharged engine for both long distance touring and daily riding. The best technology is that which becomes a natural extension of ourselves and sets us free”


A more advanced version of Electronic Cruise Control, ACC maintains the speed set by the rider, but adjusts the vehicle speed to maintain a suitable following distance from the vehicle in front.

Attaching and removing the accessory panniers is simple and convenient thanks to the mounting system. When mounted, the panniers integrate seamlessly with the rear of the bike; when removed, the clutter-free design ensures the rear of the bike looks good.

Using a camera sensor to assess the brightness of the lights of vehicles ahead, of streetlights, etc. AHB automatically turns the bike’s high beams on or off as necessary. For the system to function, the dimmer/passing switch must be set to high beam, the bike must be travelling above 20 km/h, and it must be dark. When the system has been engaged, the icon displayed on the instrument screen will show green. 

Large, easy-to-read 6.5” full-colour TFT instrumentation adds a high-tech touch to the cockpit. Complementing the multiple display modes and smartphone connectivity, compatibility with Kawasaki SPIN offers numerous infotainment possibilities.

And so much more…


Engine type – Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four with Supercharger, Displacement- 998 cm³, Bore x stroke – 76 x 55 mm, Compression ratio – 11.2:1, Valve system – DOHC, 16 valves, Fuel system – Fuel injection: Ø 40 mm x 4 with dual injection, Starting System – Electric, Lubrication – Forced lubrication, wet sump

Brakes, front – Dual semi-floating 320 mm discs. Caliper: Dual radial-mount, monobloc, opposed 4-piston, Brakes, rear – Single 250 mm disc. Caliper: 2-piston, Suspension, front – ø43 inverted fork with rebound and compression damping and spring preload adjustability, and top-out springs, Suspension, rear – New Uni-Trak, gas-charged shock with piggyback reservoir, compression (high/low-speed) and rebound damping adjustability, remote spring preload adjuster, and top-out spring

Maximum power – 147.1 kW {200 PS} / 11,000 rpm, Fuel consumption – 5.4 l/100 km, CO2 emission – 128 g/km, Maximum torque – 137.3 N•m {14 kgf•m} / 8,500 rpm, Transmission – 6-speed, dog-ring, Final drive – Sealed chain, Primary Reduction Ratio – 1.480 (74/50), Gear Ratios 1st – 3.077 (40/13)Gear Ratios 2nd – 2.429 (34/14)Gear Ratios 3rd – 2.045 (45/22)Gear Ratios 4th – 1.727 (38/22)Gear Ratios 5th – 1.524 (32/21)Gear Ratios 6th – 1.348 (31/23)Final reduction ratio – 2.444 (44/18), Clutch – Wet multi-disc, manual, Clutch – Wet multi-disc, manual

Frame type – Trellis, high-tensile steel with Swingarm Mounting Plate, Trail – 103 mm, Wheel travel front – 120 mm, Wheel travel rear – 139 mm, Tyre, front – 120/70ZR17M/C (58W), Tyre, rear – 190/55ZR17M/C (75W), L x W x H2,175 x 790 x 1,260 mm, Wheelbase – 1,480 mm, Ground clearance – 130 mm, Fuel capacity – 19 litres, Seat height – 835 mm, Curb mass – 266

Starting price: £24649

Colour: Metallic Diablo Black

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