At the ongoing >Auto Expo 2018 in Delhi, Kawasaki launched two new models of its Ninja brand of motorcycles for the Indian market. The motorcycle manufacturer launched the Ninja H2 SX and the H2 SX SE at an event held at the Auto Expo priced at Rs 21.80 lakh and 26.80 lakh (ex-showroom) respectively.
Both motorcycles belong to the sports tourer category and bring the unique Ninja H2 experience, by which we mean 'superchargers'.
The superchargers available on both the H2 SX variants offer low mid-range torque combined with better fuel efficiency. As the segment, Kawasaki claims that the H2 SX model will provide customers with a "relaxed long-distance riding experience" with better manageability at slow speeds, meaning you will not need to ride this motorcycle to the limit to experience better handling.
So what do you get with H2 SX Special Edition?
While the standard H2 SX features a analogue-styles tachometer with a fully digital LCD display, the special edition gets a TFT LCD instrumentation and 100 percent LED lighting.
There are also LED cornering lights, electronic cruise control, traction control and a launch control mode with the Kawasaki quick shifter to allow for better selection of intervention depending on the riding situation (ranges from touring to sport). The seat on the H2 SX SE can also be removed without any tools allowing owners to access the battery and under seat storage conveniently.
The Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX will be available only in black, while the H2 SX SE will be available in garnish Ninja colours.