Kawasaki rocked entire EICMA with the launch of another supercharged monster, the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX. Sharing the same platform with H2 and H2R; it was slightly revised to suit road riding.
The changes they made resulted in a more street friendly, fuel friendly, heat friendly, sound friendly bike. Kawasaki claims that the H2 SX fuel economy is on par with the Z1000SX and Versys 1000 and it comes with a slightly larger tank with extra 5 gallons for long distance ride capabilities.
The entire bike looks very much alike H2 with larger fairing and a pillion seat! Riding position, of course, has been changed to provide comfort to the rider and it also comes with a taller windscreen.
In the electronics department, it comes with the same KTRC used in ZX-10RR, KIBS, Electronic cruise control, 2-way quick-shifter and KLCM – Launch control mode (why is it here I am not sure.)
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