India Kawasaki has launched a
range of hypersport bikes of MY19 in India. The range includes new Ninja H2,
Ninja H2 Carbon and Ninja H2R. The MY19 models have some key updates in which
the most noticing update is the increase in maximum power to 231 PS in the
The price of the MY19 Ninja H2
is Rs 34,50,000, ex-showroom (Delhi), while the price of Ninja H2 Carbon is Rs 41,00,000.
The Ninja H2R will be available for 72,00,000 ex-showroom (Delhi). All these
three models are CBU which are produced by selected high-skilled special
engineers in Japan. The booking period will be start from September 1, 2018 and
will be closed by October 31, 2018. The delivery to the customers will be done
in next year.
Apart from the increase in
maximum power, the new Ninja H2 now has new TFT colour instrumentation along
with smartphone connectivity to enable riders connect to their motorcycle
wirelessly. Using the smartphone application “RIDEOLOGY THE APP,” a number of
instrument functions such as vehicle info, riding log, telephone notice,
general settings etc. can be accessed. When riding (with the app ON), the bike
and smartphone are always connected. Once the engine is turned off, or the
smartphone is out of range (approximately 20 m) of the instrument’s Bluetooth
chip, the latest riding information is stored by the app and may be viewed on
In case of brake, MY19 model
is fitted with Brembo’s Stylema monobloc calipers which are the company’s
latest high-spec street-use calipers. Compared to the previous M50 units, the
new calipers have less volume around the pistons and brake pads. This reduces
the internal space taken up by brake fluid, enabling a more direct response.
In addition to all the
updates, the new Ninja H2 also features Kawasaki’s new Highly Durable paint
with a special coat that allows scratches to repair themselves, enabling the
paint to maintain its high-quality finish. While in some cases the recovery
will require one week, in some cases the paint will not recover if the
scratches caused by a coin or key, or zip fasteners. For improved handling new
Bridgestone RS11 sport tyres have been added. Besides, all the lighting
equipment (headlamp, position lamps, taillight, turn signals and license plate
lamp) on the Ninja H2 is now LED.
As far as changes to MY19
Ninja H2R is concerned, it also now receives, Brembo’s new Stylema monobloc
calipers, the new “Supercharged” emblem and Kawasaki’s Highly Durable paint.
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