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@Kaustubh Katdare • 03 Apr, 2015 • 2 likes
Kawasaki Ninja H2 superbike has finally arrived in India; for the second time! Kawasaki had earlier imported just five models to India for a price tag of Rs. 32.8L. The bike is now officially available at showroom for a price tag of Rs. 29L (ex-showroom, Delhi). Superbike aficionados will now have to pick between buying their dream machine or buying that 1 BHK flat that your parents want you to buy so that you can rent it out. The initial five units got sold like a hot cake - and one look at this gorgeous bike will tell you why.

Ninja H2 derives all its power from a liquid-cooled 998cc 4-cylinder engine that generates 200 PS at 11K RPM. It can be upped to about 210 PS with ram air intake. The torque output is checked at 133.5 Nm and the machine has a six-speed gearbox to transfer all the power to the rear wheel. The bike's about 82.1" in length, 30.3" in width and 44.3" tall, with a ground clearance of 5.1". As you'd expect, the H2 comes packed with lot of advanced electronics: Kawasaki Traction Control (KTRC), Kawasaki Launch Control Mode (KLCM), Öhlins electronic steering damper and powerful LED illumination. You may take a look at the detailed specs sheet on the source link below.

Kawasaki-Ninja-H2-India

The H2 comes to India from Japan as a CBU which stands for Completely Built Unit and is available at showrooms in Pune, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore and Kolkata. Kawasaki plans to add about four new showrooms across India. H2 directly competes with BMW 1000RR (2015), Yamaha YZF-R1, Suzuki GSX-1000R, Panigale. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and opinions on the Ninja H2.

Enjoy the official video from Kawasaki -


Source: Kawasaki

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