In India, the Kawasaki Ninja H2 is expected to debut in March 2022, with a price range of 35,00,000 to 36,00,000. Kawasaki Ninja H2R, Kawasaki Z H2 & BMW M 1000 RR are currently available bikes that are similar to Ninja H2. Yamaha’s YZF R1M, which will debut in India in August 2022, is another bike that is similar to the Ninja H2.
The Kawasaki Ninja H2 is the Japanese manufacturer’s top-of-the-line supersport motorcycle. Although we do not expect major changes to the power and torque output numbers, the motorcycle has yet to receive a BS6 upgrade. For comparison, the 2019 model had a 999cc supercharged inline four-cylinder engine with 228bhp of maximum power. It could produce up to 239bhp with ram air.
The muscular design of the motorcycle complements the massive power output. In addition, the upcoming Ninja H2 should feature self-healing paint, similar to the 2019 model. In warm ambient temperatures, this feature is said to heal minor scratches and scuffs in a short time.
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The old motorcycle’s cycle parts, such as Brembo Stylema callipers and a fully adjustable suspension setup, should be retained on the BS6 model. The instrument console on the 2019 model received an upgrade in the form of a Bluetooth-enabled display, and the new model is expected to receive the same treatment. The colour TFT display connects to a smartphone via the ‘Rideology’ app and displays vehicle information such as fuel level, battery condition, riding log, and service interval updates.