Kawasaki H2 SX & Z900RS Prices announced
Did you save enough for a 200 HP supercharged tourer?
We have the prices for Kawasaki's new H2 SX and Z900RS. The big news is that you don't have to spend a fortune for a supercharged Kawasaki anymore. The 200hp H2 SX is almost $10,000 cheaper than a H2.
Kawasaki H2 SX and H2 SX SE
The H2 was a complete hit for Kawasaki, but the H2 SX will definitely, share the fame. The SX is a touring machine that features the same lines and engine with the H2 rocket bike. Of course, Kawasaki did some work on that engine to make it smoother and more rideable, but the H2 SX still delivers 200 Hp. The immense power output makes it the most powerful series touring machine money can buy. The price tag is set at €18,955, and considering the H2 costs €27,500, the SX seems to be a bargain. The SX SE version that comes with quick shifter, full-TFT dash and cornering lights is a bit more expensive with €21,995 price tag. Read more about the H2 SX.
H2 SX - € 18,995 Euro H2 SX SE -€ 21,995 Euro
- $ 21,899 Canada - $ 25,299 Canada
- $ 19.000 US - $ 22,000 US
Watch our Kawasaki H2 SX first view video below
Kawasaki Z900RS and Z900RS CAFE
The Z900 was launched last year, and for 2018 the guys at Kawasaki gave it a classy finish and came up with a retro sports naked design. The new Z900RS comes to fill a gap in Kawasaki’s retro-modern line-up. The bike keeps the same Z1 lines, and the tank seems identical with the legendary 1970’s Z1. Still, the RS features all the modern rider aids - including a Traction Control. The RS Cafe version has a cafe-racer front cowl dropped handlebars and unique color scheme. If you want to buy a new Z900RS, you have to come out with €11.696, a bit more than the Z900 €8.999 Euro. Read more about the Z900RS.
Z900RS - € 11.696 Euro Z900RS CAFE €12.195 Euro
- $12.999 Canada - $13.599 Canada
- $11.700 US - $12.200 US
Watch our Kawasaki Z900RS first view video below
Kawasaki Ninja 400
The Ninja family gets a new member for 2018, the Ninja 400. The new 400 features a new frame and twin cylinder engine, and Kawasaki claims the entire assembly is lighter than the old Ninja 300. The looks come from the middleweight Ninja 650 that shares a bit of the H2 accents. The price for the new Euro 4 compliant Ninja 400 is 5,995 Euro. For the US market, the price will be around $5900 or $6199 in Canada.
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The bikes will be available starting with February 2018 in Europe. If any of the new Kawasaki models seems appealing, you can make a deposit at your nearest dealer.
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