Ninja H2 SX -

Ninja H2 SX


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Supercharged Sport Touring

Originally conceived to be the fastest sport tourer on the Autobahn, the Ninja H2 SX offers a unique riding experience. With supercharged acceleration and the equipment to cover long distances in comfort, Kawasaki’s supercharged sport tourer will have riders smiling in their helmets as they eat up the miles.

Leading-Edge Technology

The Ninja H2 SX is Kawasaki’s first model to integrate an FI-ECU with torque-demand capabilities; new IMU that measures in six DOF; and boost-circuit-equipped ABS with high computational power, enabling coordinated chassis control. Equipped with Bosch’s Advanced Rider Assistance Systems and (on the SE model) Showa’s Skyhook Technology, the Ninja H2 SX is Kawasaki’s most advanced model to date.

Flagship Convenience Features

Befitting a flagship model, the Ninja H2 SX features large, full colour instrumentation in addition to a host of high-grade convenience features including KIPASS and TPMS.

Advanced Rider Assistance Systems (ARAS)

Bosch’s radar-based ARAS systems made their Japanese mass-production motorcycle debut on the Ninja H2 SX. These surround sensing technology features help add to rider reassurance while touring or riding in heavy traffic.

Balanced Supercharged Engine

Manageable Power Delivery at all speeds thoroughly pursued to achieve a power unit that enables you to experience the high output of 200 PS. When displacement is increased in order to gain more power, this usually results in increased size and weight, which diminishes the merit of any power gained. The Z H2 eliminates this problem by using a supercharged engine. The DOHC 16-valve 998 cm3 In-Line Four Balanced Supercharged Engine generates a high maximum power of 147Kw (200 PS) while also being lightweight and compact. It produces intense acceleration unlike anything a naturally aspirated engine can provide.

Vehicle Hold Assist (VHA)

Activated when the rider has stopped and firmly applies the brake(s), VHA engages the rear brake to allow the rider to relax their brake hand/foot.

Kawasaki SPIN

Kawasaki’s new smartphone-based infotainment app enables various third-party applications to be downloaded and displayed on the cockpit’s TFT display.

BSD (Blind-Spot Detection)

The rear-facing radar sensor monitors the bike’s surroundings and alerts the rider to presence of a vehicle approaching in the rider’s blind spot.

ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control)

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.

FCW (Forward Collision Warning)

When the system determines that continuing at the current speed may result in a collision with the vehicle in front, it warns the rider.

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

TPMS continuously monitors tyre air pressure while riding, adding to rider reassurance on long tours.

LED Cornering Lights

Lean-activated lights built into the fairings help illuminate the road when cornering.

6.5” TFT Colour Instrumentation

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.

Comfortable Seating for Two

Ergonomically designed front seat both provides comfort for spending long hours in the saddle, and accommodates position changes for sportier riding. Both rider and passenger seats are wider than previous, and revised shapes, thickness and density add to rider and passenger comfort.

Wind Protection & Aerodynamics

With its large windshield and full-fairing bodywork, the Ninja H2 SX provides substantial wind protection, contributing to rider comfort on long rides. In addition to contributing to sporty styling, the aerodynamically shaped bodywork is also a benefit when riding at highway speeds.


KIPASS (Kawasaki’s Intelligent Proximity Activation Start System) master key system allows remote activation of the bike’s main switch and steering lock.

Emergency Stop Signal (ESS)

During hard braking, ESS causes the brake light to flash, calling attention to the bike’s quick deceleration.


Engine & Transmission
Type 4st, 4-cyl, DOHC, Liquid-cooled
Displacement 998 cm3
Bore and Stroke 76.0 x 55.0 mm
Compression ratio 11.2:1
Valve system -
Fuel system Fuel injection (φ40 mm x 4)
Fuel Type / Minimum Octane Rating -
Ignition B&C (TCBI EL. ADV. D.)
Starting EL. Starter
Lubrication Forced Lub. Wet
Transmission 6-speed, return
Maximum power 147.1 kW {200 PS} / 11,000 min-1
Maximum power with Ram Air 154.1 kW {210 PS} / 11,000 min-1
Maximum torque 137.3 N-m {14.0 kgƒ-m} / 8,500 min-1
Electronic Rider Aid
Dimensions & Chassis
Frame Type Trellis, high-tensile steel
Rake / Trail 24.7° / 103mm
Tyre - Front 120/70 ZR 17M/C (58W)
Tyre - Rear 190/55 ZR17 M/C (75W)
Wheelbase 1,480 mm
Ground clearance 130 mm
Seat height 835 mm
Curb mass 266 kg
Fuel capacity 19 litres
Overall Dimensions (L x W x H) 2175mm x 790mm x 1260mm
Brakes & Suspension
Front / Wheel Travel Telescopic fork / 120 mm
Rear / Wheel Travel New Uni Trak Swingarm / 139mm
Brake - Front Dual disc 280mm
Caliper - Front -
Brake - Rear Single disc 223mm
Caliper - Rear -


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