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Kawasaki Ninja H2 Specifications, Details And Reviews

Updated on November 20, 2017
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Gaurav Verma is a creative an Automobile Engineer also a creative Technical writer.

Okay, fellow bikers; this is the review of the new Kawasaki H2. One thing I can say about this bike, one word that describes this bike to is "solid." This bike has no hesitations, no vibrations nothing unexpected happens with this bike. That's probably my favorite thing about this bike. You get on it and everything is predictable. It's violently fast but everything's predictable, you can anticipate what this bike is going to do just because it's so well engineered.

Kawasaki Ninja H2 Specifications

No. of Gears
Maximum Power
197.3 Bhp @ 11,000 RPM
Maximum Torque
133.5 Nm @ 10,500 RPM
Seat Height
825 mm
Net Weight
238 Kg
Kawasaki Ninja H2 Officially Claimed Specifications

Kawasaki Ninja H2

Kawasaki Ninja H2
Kawasaki Ninja H2 | Source

Reviews And Details

This bike is by far the most impressive bike I've ever been around. The fit and finish, the quality of the welds, the craftsmanship, its design pictures can't really do this bike justice because the paint it's relatively slimming. The mirrors are actually useful because the vibration is so small. Even when you're on the highway it's almost like a car, you can see right through the rear mirrors. The bike is actually very comfortable. My favorite thing about a bike is that when you ask it to do something it'll do it. You can anticipate what it's going to do and like I said before, that's exactly you can do with this bike. If you want to hang your boot off and scrape the corner you can, you want to drag a knee it just rolls right into it. It's heavy, it's a little heavier than like say your S1000RR, but it goes right over. It handles amazingly if you want to pretend you're on a Paula mission that's just fell on its side right before liftoff you can do that too. That boost kicks in and even that Kawasaki ZX-14R can't even try to give you an experience like this thing.

The tires are amazing. They really really are, they probably won't last the longest but they're pretty much like a slick on the road. The bike is quiet it's pretty quiet I mean when you're on it all you hear is the engine, all you hear is a supercharger which is amazing. But you're not going to turn a bunch of heads when you're waiting at a stop light because it's just whispering quietly. But honestly, it's kind of fine that's the way the bike is designed between Kawasaki aerospace and Kawasaki Heavy Industries. It took three years to designed this bike and its frame

Kawasaki Ninja H2

Kawasaki Ninja H2
Kawasaki Ninja H2 | Source

Let me tell you this bike is the most comfortable 1000CC you'll ever get on in your life. The seat is just wide enough, it's just squishing up, it takes all the pressure off. The electronics are great as you can see. You got Kawasaki traction control, you got a boost gauge quick shift ABS. You have a launch control, you hold two buttons down on the bike and you floor it and it holds the bike at 6,500. You let the clutch out smoothly and then it just Rockets you as fast as you possibly can go up until third gear and then it's all up to you. It's that fast as you can hear, it's pretty quiet when you're on it all you hear is the engine revving. The supercharger, it just sounds beautiful. It's just amazing to even the Kawasaki ZX-14R can't give you the feeling that this thing can when it's rocketing full speed forward. Once the boost kicks in around 3000-4000 RPM it's just amazing. You have power everywhere in the bin. If you accidentally blip the throttle you're gonna get some whiplash even a 2000-3000 RPM. It's amazing, it's just so well designed, well engineered and that frame is iconic.

Kawasaki Ninja H2

Kawasaki Ninja H2
Kawasaki Ninja H2 | Source

It's absolutely amazing best bike I've ever been around. After Agusta F4 probably the second most beautiful bike I've ever seen that's how nice this bike is and fast? I can't even explain it. It's beautiful the only thing it's missing is the passenger seat which I don't think you'd want one. So that is the quick review of the new Kawasaki H2. It's a solid bike, doesn't do anything unexpected and handles amazingly. It really is built beyond belief, it's built to perfection. They did an amazing job with this bike, it's by far my favorite bike ever and if you were really wondering is it really as awesome as they say it is, it's better because you can't see how awesome the paint is from pictures, you can't see all those curves look at all those curves. I had to say, anything bad about this bike is to shift in the neutral but I don't really care that much. The paint can scratch a little bit easy because it's mirror paint so it shows up real easy but literal that's the only bad things I can say about it. Besides that, it's built to perfection and we got to thank Kawasaki for making such an amazing machine.

Official Launch Trailer: Kawasaki Ninja H2

© 2017 Gaurav Verma


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