Review 2019
Kawasaki NINJA H2™ SX SE+ USA

2019 Kawasaki NINJA H2™ SX SE+

2019 Kawasaki NINJA H2™ SX SE+Kawasaki reinforced its Ninja lineup in front of MY2019 with the updated H2 SX SE+. Rivalry is furious at the highest point of the liter-bicycle run, yet Kawi has a not really distinct advantage in its battle for road strength as a supercharger (blower) that altogether helps execution. The electronic suite got a boost too with electronic suspension control packaged with new riding modes and the capacity to coordinate with your cell phone. The Kawasaki H2 SX SE Plus gets self-healing paint, helping to keep the motorcycle looking as premium as its features


The H2 production hold a specific sporty tastic bowed outperforming even the Ninja ZX-14R which id resting at the highest point of the non-H2 Ninja variants. A precise fairing on the 2019 Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE+ drives the route to the LED front light supported by huge air ports underneath Kawi’s River mark.  A clonelike screen throws an opening in the breeze for the rider on the very top, and the LED blinkers come coordinated with the wind tunnel mirrors to minimize drag. Beneath the vents fairings reach out down to the powerhouse to shape a full sport bike. To empower the “Rideology the App” Bluetooth connectivity from Bluetooth is required which conveys inside and out information and ride-control alternatives alongside call. The fairing is wide around the five-gallon fuel tank however it limits pleasantly at the midriff to shape a not too bad leg pocket. A radical-looking LED taillight and standoff-style blinkers complete off the lights with a short curved guard and plate holder and upheld up from the swing arm-mount hugger to the finish.

2019 Kawasaki NINJA H2™ SX SE+ Front View

2019 Kawasaki NINJA H2™ SX SE+ Side View

2019 Kawasaki NINJA H2™ SX SE+ Rear View


A pack of 43 mm used front forks at the front end with customizable pressure and bounce back damping alongside spring preload and top-out springs. Integrated Riding Mode (Sport, Road, Rain, and Rider (manual)) selected. KECS then adjusts to the road surface environment in real time to provide the ideal damping, taking into account vehicle speed, stroke speed and deceleration.

Another Uni-Trak monoshock the back gets it done with no different highlights as the front, up to and including the new Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension framework that gives dynamic damping modifications. Also, you can easily change the suspension to make up for changes in burdens with the combo of preset profiles. Wheel travel measures in with 4.7 inches in advance and 5.5 inches out back, for sporty chops.


Other things which are new is the Brembo Stylema calipers on the radial mount, four-pot, opposed-piston anchors up front to chomp double 320 mm disc, at the back, a twin-piston caliper and 250 mm plate does what needs to be done. Kawasaki’s own Intelligent Brake System gives cornering-ABS assurance through the information it gets from the Inertial Measurement Unit, so you can securely benefit from the brakes under every typical situation.


The spark in the heart begins with an in-line four format that runs a 76 mm bore and 55 mm stroke to give it a 998 cc complete cc total displacement and compression ratio of 11.2-to-1. Since the motor suctions air that is first pressurized at the smash ports in advance, at that point compressed further at the supercharger to convey variable pressure depending on the air velocity. Double over-head cams time the 16-valve head A group of four of throttle bodies deal with the acceptance with a sets of ride-control to enable you to keep it bad side hidden. Traction control, launch control and engine brake ensures the back contact fix with an electronic quick-shift feature that gives you a chance to shift gears flawlessly all over the range clutch activity. Concerning the clutch, it’s of the slipper type that keeps over the extra back torque from compromising the back patch and makes for a light pull at the switches. Power moves through a six-speed transmission with 84.6 pound-feet of torque and 230hp drive to convey an inexact top speed of 209 mph, however individual outcomes may differ.


This sort brutal bike carries with it a grandiose sticker price, and keeping in mind that the $25,000 sticker isn’t actually a concession to most riders, it delivers a ton of bike worthy your buck. Color schemes are in Metallic Graphite Black/Metallic Diablo Black/Emerald Blazed Green for a glossy look.


Obviously, this is a genuine machine that demands a genuine challenger, so we will directly go towards Ducati for its Panigale V4. It isn’t supercharged like this Ninja, however in any case, you would do well to regard the intensity of the V4. Kawasaki really have set a new benchmark in motorcycle engineering let alone the sector of Sport Touring.

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