KAWASAKI NINJA H2 SX AND SE 2022 | More power and radar for the touring ninja

A new look, a new chassis, more power and radar front and rear are the cornerstones of the new Ninja H2-SX models for 2022. They will celebrate their premiere at EICMA in Milan.

A new look, a new chassis, more power and radar front and rear are the cornerstones of the new Ninja H2-SX models for 2022. They will celebrate their premiere at EICMA in Milan.    We are eagerly awaiting the replacement part prices from Kawasaki. Especially the price of the license plate holder with the integrated radar sensor of the Ninja H2 SX and the SX SE for 2022 is interesting. The new sensor is located just above the indicators and the license plate, behind a cover. Its radar waves capture the ninja's blind spot and warn the driver if a vehicle is detected via warning lights integrated in the new rear-view mirrors. Drivers know the system as blind spot detection or blind spot warning.  Radar front and rear  Another radar sensor sits in the new nose of the Ninja H2 SX. Smartly integrated under the new LED headlights behind a dark, flat cover, the front radar detects the traffic ahead and controls the new adaptive cruise control (ACC) and the new collision warning when the cruise control is not active. A novelty in the context of active driving aids is the active braking intervention of the cruise control with the Bosch radar and the control systems behind it.  Not directly, but only as the last stage in a cascade of interventions to reduce the speed of the vehicle in front. First, the system throttles the output of the 200 hp engine in order to maintain or increase the distance. If that is not enough, the engine brake reduces the speed by increasing the drag torque. As the final stage, the Kawa applies the brakes without decelerating to a standstill. The ACC can be set in three stages.  Collision warning can be switched off  Part of the radar system is a collision warning (Front Collision Warning, FCW) which, when the ACC is switched off, detects the traffic and warns the driver optically if the speed difference between the vehicle and the vehicle in front is too great. The system can be set and switched off in three stages. The FCW does not intervene in the engine power and braking as with ACC cruise control.   New ninja mask  So that the radar sensor has a place in the front, Kawasaki has given the Ninja H2 SX a big lift: the new headlight with a diameter of just 40 millimeters sits higher in the fairing, with the radar sensor underneath. Above that is the new Kawasaki Motorrad logo. From 2022 on board the SX will be the cornering light in the side panels known from the SE, which, depending on the inclination, switches up to three additional LEDs to illuminate the corner. For 2022, Kawasaki is mixing the models. The H2 SX is equipped comparable to the "old" SE, the new SE gets the features of the previous year SE +. A painted case system from Givi can be retrofitted, the brackets for this are already integrated into the rear frame.  Fresh chassis for the SE  The top version of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX is still called SX SE and will receive revised software for the Skyhook chassis from Showa for 2022. It provides roll compensation, which regulates the damping when braking and accelerating and softens the dynamic wheel load distribution. In addition to the electronically controlled chassis, another feature of the SE is its front brake system, which is provided by Stylema calipers from Brembo. The basic version of the supercharged tourer works with radially mounted saddles with Kawasaki shifting. In 2022, both versions will have new, coordinated, active, incline-dependent aids based on the Bosch 10.3 system, including a new hill-start aid.    More steam in the boiler  The well-known four-cylinder with 998 cubic meters and a radial compressor on the gearbox basically remains unaffected. The interventions that lift the four-cylinder over the Euro 5 hurdle include new timing of the intake and exhaust camshafts, a new muffler without a front silencer and a new adjustment of the injection system with a new ECU. Pleasant by-product: More power in all speed ranges.   In figures: 137 Nm are available at 8,500 rpm, which is 1,000 tours earlier than before. Much more impressive are the additional Nm that are applied over the entire speed range. The top performance remains at 200 hp at 11,000 tours, with Ram-Air even 210 hp. The earlier applied maximum torque with unchanged power promises a higher elasticity.  More comfort  Perhaps the greatest effect of the extensive facelift of the Ninja H2 SX are the small interventions: Both seat cushions have become wider in contour and offer a larger contact surface for the thighs. The upholstery itself is tighter and the cover offers more support. In addition, both cushions are a little thicker. The new TFT display 2022 will have more space. It replaces the old cockpit with the analog tachometer and measures 6.5 inches diagonally.   This was necessary to control the new functions of the radar. The integration of the smartphone for navigation and for controlling the navigation system, music and intercom as well as the display of the new standard tire pressure monitoring system have also been taken into account. The rotary switch for the ignition is located directly under the new display, because new for 2022 is a keyless go system on the Ninja H2 SX.   Kawasaki offers more comfort with the 2022 H2 SX with the modified ECU of the engine: The minimum speed for using the standard Quickshifter has been reduced to 1,600 revolutions, which improves its use in the city. A heated grip is standard on both SX versions. The additional equipment is reflected in the weight of both versions: the SX weighs 266 kilograms (+ 10 kilograms) ready to drive, the SX SE increases by five kilograms to 267 kilograms.  Colors and prices 2022  In 2022, Kawasaki will only be offering the Ninja H2 SX and SX SE in one color each. The SX comes in Emerald Blazed Green / Metallic Diablo Black / Metallic Graphite Gray. The color of the SX SE has the same name, the difference lies in the differently painted mask. Kawasaki has not yet communicated prices for 2022, but due to the additional equipment they should differ significantly from the EUR 25,195 of the SE + and EUR 18,195 of the SX.  CONCLUSION  Kawasaki has given its supercharged tourer Ninja H2 SX more than a slight facelift. With radar, a bunch of new technology and more comfort, the 200 hp travel machine is entering the new year. The basic version H2 SX with the significant additional equipment will not be able to keep the competitive price of 18,195 euros.

We are eagerly awaiting the replacement part prices from Kawasaki. Especially the price of the license plate holder with the integrated radar sensor of the Ninja H2 SX and the SX SE for 2022 is interesting. The new sensor is located just above the indicators and the license plate, behind a cover. Its radar waves capture the ninja's blind spot and warn the driver if a vehicle is detected via warning lights integrated in the new rear-view mirrors. Drivers know the system as blind spot detection or blind spot warning.

Radar front and rear

Another radar sensor sits in the new nose of the Ninja H2 SX. Smartly integrated under the new LED headlights behind a dark, flat cover, the front radar detects the traffic ahead and controls the new adaptive cruise control (ACC) and the new collision warning when the cruise control is not active. A novelty in the context of active driving aids is the active braking intervention of the cruise control with the Bosch radar and the control systems behind it.

Not directly, but only as the last stage in a cascade of interventions to reduce the speed of the vehicle in front. First, the system throttles the output of the 200 hp engine in order to maintain or increase the distance. If that is not enough, the engine brake reduces the speed by increasing the drag torque. As the final stage, the Kawa applies the brakes without decelerating to a standstill. The ACC can be set in three stages.

Collision warning can be switched off

Part of the radar system is a collision warning (Front Collision Warning, FCW) which, when the ACC is switched off, detects the traffic and warns the driver optically if the speed difference between the vehicle and the vehicle in front is too great. The system can be set and switched off in three stages. The FCW does not intervene in the engine power and braking as with ACC cruise control.

A new look, a new chassis, more power and radar front and rear are the cornerstones of the new Ninja H2-SX models for 2022. They will celebrate their premiere at EICMA in Milan.    We are eagerly awaiting the replacement part prices from Kawasaki. Especially the price of the license plate holder with the integrated radar sensor of the Ninja H2 SX and the SX SE for 2022 is interesting. The new sensor is located just above the indicators and the license plate, behind a cover. Its radar waves capture the ninja's blind spot and warn the driver if a vehicle is detected via warning lights integrated in the new rear-view mirrors. Drivers know the system as blind spot detection or blind spot warning.  Radar front and rear  Another radar sensor sits in the new nose of the Ninja H2 SX. Smartly integrated under the new LED headlights behind a dark, flat cover, the front radar detects the traffic ahead and controls the new adaptive cruise control (ACC) and the new collision warning when the cruise control is not active. A novelty in the context of active driving aids is the active braking intervention of the cruise control with the Bosch radar and the control systems behind it.  Not directly, but only as the last stage in a cascade of interventions to reduce the speed of the vehicle in front. First, the system throttles the output of the 200 hp engine in order to maintain or increase the distance. If that is not enough, the engine brake reduces the speed by increasing the drag torque. As the final stage, the Kawa applies the brakes without decelerating to a standstill. The ACC can be set in three stages.  Collision warning can be switched off  Part of the radar system is a collision warning (Front Collision Warning, FCW) which, when the ACC is switched off, detects the traffic and warns the driver optically if the speed difference between the vehicle and the vehicle in front is too great. The system can be set and switched off in three stages. The FCW does not intervene in the engine power and braking as with ACC cruise control.   New ninja mask  So that the radar sensor has a place in the front, Kawasaki has given the Ninja H2 SX a big lift: the new headlight with a diameter of just 40 millimeters sits higher in the fairing, with the radar sensor underneath. Above that is the new Kawasaki Motorrad logo. From 2022 on board the SX will be the cornering light in the side panels known from the SE, which, depending on the inclination, switches up to three additional LEDs to illuminate the corner. For 2022, Kawasaki is mixing the models. The H2 SX is equipped comparable to the "old" SE, the new SE gets the features of the previous year SE +. A painted case system from Givi can be retrofitted, the brackets for this are already integrated into the rear frame.  Fresh chassis for the SE  The top version of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX is still called SX SE and will receive revised software for the Skyhook chassis from Showa for 2022. It provides roll compensation, which regulates the damping when braking and accelerating and softens the dynamic wheel load distribution. In addition to the electronically controlled chassis, another feature of the SE is its front brake system, which is provided by Stylema calipers from Brembo. The basic version of the supercharged tourer works with radially mounted saddles with Kawasaki shifting. In 2022, both versions will have new, coordinated, active, incline-dependent aids based on the Bosch 10.3 system, including a new hill-start aid.    More steam in the boiler  The well-known four-cylinder with 998 cubic meters and a radial compressor on the gearbox basically remains unaffected. The interventions that lift the four-cylinder over the Euro 5 hurdle include new timing of the intake and exhaust camshafts, a new muffler without a front silencer and a new adjustment of the injection system with a new ECU. Pleasant by-product: More power in all speed ranges.   In figures: 137 Nm are available at 8,500 rpm, which is 1,000 tours earlier than before. Much more impressive are the additional Nm that are applied over the entire speed range. The top performance remains at 200 hp at 11,000 tours, with Ram-Air even 210 hp. The earlier applied maximum torque with unchanged power promises a higher elasticity.  More comfort  Perhaps the greatest effect of the extensive facelift of the Ninja H2 SX are the small interventions: Both seat cushions have become wider in contour and offer a larger contact surface for the thighs. The upholstery itself is tighter and the cover offers more support. In addition, both cushions are a little thicker. The new TFT display 2022 will have more space. It replaces the old cockpit with the analog tachometer and measures 6.5 inches diagonally.   This was necessary to control the new functions of the radar. The integration of the smartphone for navigation and for controlling the navigation system, music and intercom as well as the display of the new standard tire pressure monitoring system have also been taken into account. The rotary switch for the ignition is located directly under the new display, because new for 2022 is a keyless go system on the Ninja H2 SX.   Kawasaki offers more comfort with the 2022 H2 SX with the modified ECU of the engine: The minimum speed for using the standard Quickshifter has been reduced to 1,600 revolutions, which improves its use in the city. A heated grip is standard on both SX versions. The additional equipment is reflected in the weight of both versions: the SX weighs 266 kilograms (+ 10 kilograms) ready to drive, the SX SE increases by five kilograms to 267 kilograms.  Colors and prices 2022  In 2022, Kawasaki will only be offering the Ninja H2 SX and SX SE in one color each. The SX comes in Emerald Blazed Green / Metallic Diablo Black / Metallic Graphite Gray. The color of the SX SE has the same name, the difference lies in the differently painted mask. Kawasaki has not yet communicated prices for 2022, but due to the additional equipment they should differ significantly from the EUR 25,195 of the SE + and EUR 18,195 of the SX.  CONCLUSION  Kawasaki has given its supercharged tourer Ninja H2 SX more than a slight facelift. With radar, a bunch of new technology and more comfort, the 200 hp travel machine is entering the new year. The basic version H2 SX with the significant additional equipment will not be able to keep the competitive price of 18,195 euros.

New ninja mask

So that the radar sensor has a place in the front, Kawasaki has given the Ninja H2 SX a big lift: the new headlight with a diameter of just 40 millimeters sits higher in the fairing, with the radar sensor underneath. Above that is the new Kawasaki Motorrad logo. From 2022 on board the SX will be the cornering light in the side panels known from the SE, which, depending on the inclination, switches up to three additional LEDs to illuminate the corner. For 2022, Kawasaki is mixing the models. The H2 SX is equipped comparable to the "old" SE, the new SE gets the features of the previous year SE +. A painted case system from Givi can be retrofitted, the brackets for this are already integrated into the rear frame.

Fresh chassis for the SE

The top version of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX is still called SX SE and will receive revised software for the Skyhook chassis from Showa for 2022. It provides roll compensation, which regulates the damping when braking and accelerating and softens the dynamic wheel load distribution. In addition to the electronically controlled chassis, another feature of the SE is its front brake system, which is provided by Stylema calipers from Brembo. The basic version of the supercharged tourer works with radially mounted saddles with Kawasaki shifting. In 2022, both versions will have new, coordinated, active, incline-dependent aids based on the Bosch 10.3 system, including a new hill-start aid.

A new look, a new chassis, more power and radar front and rear are the cornerstones of the new Ninja H2-SX models for 2022. They will celebrate their premiere at EICMA in Milan.    We are eagerly awaiting the replacement part prices from Kawasaki. Especially the price of the license plate holder with the integrated radar sensor of the Ninja H2 SX and the SX SE for 2022 is interesting. The new sensor is located just above the indicators and the license plate, behind a cover. Its radar waves capture the ninja's blind spot and warn the driver if a vehicle is detected via warning lights integrated in the new rear-view mirrors. Drivers know the system as blind spot detection or blind spot warning.  Radar front and rear  Another radar sensor sits in the new nose of the Ninja H2 SX. Smartly integrated under the new LED headlights behind a dark, flat cover, the front radar detects the traffic ahead and controls the new adaptive cruise control (ACC) and the new collision warning when the cruise control is not active. A novelty in the context of active driving aids is the active braking intervention of the cruise control with the Bosch radar and the control systems behind it.  Not directly, but only as the last stage in a cascade of interventions to reduce the speed of the vehicle in front. First, the system throttles the output of the 200 hp engine in order to maintain or increase the distance. If that is not enough, the engine brake reduces the speed by increasing the drag torque. As the final stage, the Kawa applies the brakes without decelerating to a standstill. The ACC can be set in three stages.  Collision warning can be switched off  Part of the radar system is a collision warning (Front Collision Warning, FCW) which, when the ACC is switched off, detects the traffic and warns the driver optically if the speed difference between the vehicle and the vehicle in front is too great. The system can be set and switched off in three stages. The FCW does not intervene in the engine power and braking as with ACC cruise control.   New ninja mask  So that the radar sensor has a place in the front, Kawasaki has given the Ninja H2 SX a big lift: the new headlight with a diameter of just 40 millimeters sits higher in the fairing, with the radar sensor underneath. Above that is the new Kawasaki Motorrad logo. From 2022 on board the SX will be the cornering light in the side panels known from the SE, which, depending on the inclination, switches up to three additional LEDs to illuminate the corner. For 2022, Kawasaki is mixing the models. The H2 SX is equipped comparable to the "old" SE, the new SE gets the features of the previous year SE +. A painted case system from Givi can be retrofitted, the brackets for this are already integrated into the rear frame.  Fresh chassis for the SE  The top version of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX is still called SX SE and will receive revised software for the Skyhook chassis from Showa for 2022. It provides roll compensation, which regulates the damping when braking and accelerating and softens the dynamic wheel load distribution. In addition to the electronically controlled chassis, another feature of the SE is its front brake system, which is provided by Stylema calipers from Brembo. The basic version of the supercharged tourer works with radially mounted saddles with Kawasaki shifting. In 2022, both versions will have new, coordinated, active, incline-dependent aids based on the Bosch 10.3 system, including a new hill-start aid.    More steam in the boiler  The well-known four-cylinder with 998 cubic meters and a radial compressor on the gearbox basically remains unaffected. The interventions that lift the four-cylinder over the Euro 5 hurdle include new timing of the intake and exhaust camshafts, a new muffler without a front silencer and a new adjustment of the injection system with a new ECU. Pleasant by-product: More power in all speed ranges.   In figures: 137 Nm are available at 8,500 rpm, which is 1,000 tours earlier than before. Much more impressive are the additional Nm that are applied over the entire speed range. The top performance remains at 200 hp at 11,000 tours, with Ram-Air even 210 hp. The earlier applied maximum torque with unchanged power promises a higher elasticity.  More comfort  Perhaps the greatest effect of the extensive facelift of the Ninja H2 SX are the small interventions: Both seat cushions have become wider in contour and offer a larger contact surface for the thighs. The upholstery itself is tighter and the cover offers more support. In addition, both cushions are a little thicker. The new TFT display 2022 will have more space. It replaces the old cockpit with the analog tachometer and measures 6.5 inches diagonally.   This was necessary to control the new functions of the radar. The integration of the smartphone for navigation and for controlling the navigation system, music and intercom as well as the display of the new standard tire pressure monitoring system have also been taken into account. The rotary switch for the ignition is located directly under the new display, because new for 2022 is a keyless go system on the Ninja H2 SX.   Kawasaki offers more comfort with the 2022 H2 SX with the modified ECU of the engine: The minimum speed for using the standard Quickshifter has been reduced to 1,600 revolutions, which improves its use in the city. A heated grip is standard on both SX versions. The additional equipment is reflected in the weight of both versions: the SX weighs 266 kilograms (+ 10 kilograms) ready to drive, the SX SE increases by five kilograms to 267 kilograms.  Colors and prices 2022  In 2022, Kawasaki will only be offering the Ninja H2 SX and SX SE in one color each. The SX comes in Emerald Blazed Green / Metallic Diablo Black / Metallic Graphite Gray. The color of the SX SE has the same name, the difference lies in the differently painted mask. Kawasaki has not yet communicated prices for 2022, but due to the additional equipment they should differ significantly from the EUR 25,195 of the SE + and EUR 18,195 of the SX.  CONCLUSION  Kawasaki has given its supercharged tourer Ninja H2 SX more than a slight facelift. With radar, a bunch of new technology and more comfort, the 200 hp travel machine is entering the new year. The basic version H2 SX with the significant additional equipment will not be able to keep the competitive price of 18,195 euros.

More steam in the boiler

The well-known four-cylinder with 998 cubic meters and a radial compressor on the gearbox basically remains unaffected. The interventions that lift the four-cylinder over the Euro 5 hurdle include new timing of the intake and exhaust camshafts, a new muffler without a front silencer and a new adjustment of the injection system with a new ECU. Pleasant by-product: More power in all speed ranges.

 In figures: 137 Nm are available at 8,500 rpm, which is 1,000 tours earlier than before. Much more impressive are the additional Nm that are applied over the entire speed range. The top performance remains at 200 hp at 11,000 tours, with Ram-Air even 210 hp. The earlier applied maximum torque with unchanged power promises a higher elasticity.

More comfort

Perhaps the greatest effect of the extensive facelift of the Ninja H2 SX are the small interventions: Both seat cushions have become wider in contour and offer a larger contact surface for the thighs. The upholstery itself is tighter and the cover offers more support. In addition, both cushions are a little thicker. The new TFT display 2022 will have more space. It replaces the old cockpit with the analog tachometer and measures 6.5 inches diagonally. 

This was necessary to control the new functions of the radar. The integration of the smartphone for navigation and for controlling the navigation system, music and intercom as well as the display of the new standard tire pressure monitoring system have also been taken into account. The rotary switch for the ignition is located directly under the new display, because new for 2022 is a keyless go system on the Ninja H2 SX.

A new look, a new chassis, more power and radar front and rear are the cornerstones of the new Ninja H2-SX models for 2022. They will celebrate their premiere at EICMA in Milan.    We are eagerly awaiting the replacement part prices from Kawasaki. Especially the price of the license plate holder with the integrated radar sensor of the Ninja H2 SX and the SX SE for 2022 is interesting. The new sensor is located just above the indicators and the license plate, behind a cover. Its radar waves capture the ninja's blind spot and warn the driver if a vehicle is detected via warning lights integrated in the new rear-view mirrors. Drivers know the system as blind spot detection or blind spot warning.  Radar front and rear  Another radar sensor sits in the new nose of the Ninja H2 SX. Smartly integrated under the new LED headlights behind a dark, flat cover, the front radar detects the traffic ahead and controls the new adaptive cruise control (ACC) and the new collision warning when the cruise control is not active. A novelty in the context of active driving aids is the active braking intervention of the cruise control with the Bosch radar and the control systems behind it.  Not directly, but only as the last stage in a cascade of interventions to reduce the speed of the vehicle in front. First, the system throttles the output of the 200 hp engine in order to maintain or increase the distance. If that is not enough, the engine brake reduces the speed by increasing the drag torque. As the final stage, the Kawa applies the brakes without decelerating to a standstill. The ACC can be set in three stages.  Collision warning can be switched off  Part of the radar system is a collision warning (Front Collision Warning, FCW) which, when the ACC is switched off, detects the traffic and warns the driver optically if the speed difference between the vehicle and the vehicle in front is too great. The system can be set and switched off in three stages. The FCW does not intervene in the engine power and braking as with ACC cruise control.   New ninja mask  So that the radar sensor has a place in the front, Kawasaki has given the Ninja H2 SX a big lift: the new headlight with a diameter of just 40 millimeters sits higher in the fairing, with the radar sensor underneath. Above that is the new Kawasaki Motorrad logo. From 2022 on board the SX will be the cornering light in the side panels known from the SE, which, depending on the inclination, switches up to three additional LEDs to illuminate the corner. For 2022, Kawasaki is mixing the models. The H2 SX is equipped comparable to the "old" SE, the new SE gets the features of the previous year SE +. A painted case system from Givi can be retrofitted, the brackets for this are already integrated into the rear frame.  Fresh chassis for the SE  The top version of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX is still called SX SE and will receive revised software for the Skyhook chassis from Showa for 2022. It provides roll compensation, which regulates the damping when braking and accelerating and softens the dynamic wheel load distribution. In addition to the electronically controlled chassis, another feature of the SE is its front brake system, which is provided by Stylema calipers from Brembo. The basic version of the supercharged tourer works with radially mounted saddles with Kawasaki shifting. In 2022, both versions will have new, coordinated, active, incline-dependent aids based on the Bosch 10.3 system, including a new hill-start aid.    More steam in the boiler  The well-known four-cylinder with 998 cubic meters and a radial compressor on the gearbox basically remains unaffected. The interventions that lift the four-cylinder over the Euro 5 hurdle include new timing of the intake and exhaust camshafts, a new muffler without a front silencer and a new adjustment of the injection system with a new ECU. Pleasant by-product: More power in all speed ranges.   In figures: 137 Nm are available at 8,500 rpm, which is 1,000 tours earlier than before. Much more impressive are the additional Nm that are applied over the entire speed range. The top performance remains at 200 hp at 11,000 tours, with Ram-Air even 210 hp. The earlier applied maximum torque with unchanged power promises a higher elasticity.  More comfort  Perhaps the greatest effect of the extensive facelift of the Ninja H2 SX are the small interventions: Both seat cushions have become wider in contour and offer a larger contact surface for the thighs. The upholstery itself is tighter and the cover offers more support. In addition, both cushions are a little thicker. The new TFT display 2022 will have more space. It replaces the old cockpit with the analog tachometer and measures 6.5 inches diagonally.   This was necessary to control the new functions of the radar. The integration of the smartphone for navigation and for controlling the navigation system, music and intercom as well as the display of the new standard tire pressure monitoring system have also been taken into account. The rotary switch for the ignition is located directly under the new display, because new for 2022 is a keyless go system on the Ninja H2 SX.   Kawasaki offers more comfort with the 2022 H2 SX with the modified ECU of the engine: The minimum speed for using the standard Quickshifter has been reduced to 1,600 revolutions, which improves its use in the city. A heated grip is standard on both SX versions. The additional equipment is reflected in the weight of both versions: the SX weighs 266 kilograms (+ 10 kilograms) ready to drive, the SX SE increases by five kilograms to 267 kilograms.  Colors and prices 2022  In 2022, Kawasaki will only be offering the Ninja H2 SX and SX SE in one color each. The SX comes in Emerald Blazed Green / Metallic Diablo Black / Metallic Graphite Gray. The color of the SX SE has the same name, the difference lies in the differently painted mask. Kawasaki has not yet communicated prices for 2022, but due to the additional equipment they should differ significantly from the EUR 25,195 of the SE + and EUR 18,195 of the SX.  CONCLUSION  Kawasaki has given its supercharged tourer Ninja H2 SX more than a slight facelift. With radar, a bunch of new technology and more comfort, the 200 hp travel machine is entering the new year. The basic version H2 SX with the significant additional equipment will not be able to keep the competitive price of 18,195 euros.

Kawasaki offers more comfort with the 2022 H2 SX with the modified ECU of the engine: The minimum speed for using the standard Quickshifter has been reduced to 1,600 revolutions, which improves its use in the city. A heated grip is standard on both SX versions. The additional equipment is reflected in the weight of both versions: the SX weighs 266 kilograms (+ 10 kilograms) ready to drive, the SX SE increases by five kilograms to 267 kilograms.

Colors and prices 2022

In 2022, Kawasaki will only be offering the Ninja H2 SX and SX SE in one color each. The SX comes in Emerald Blazed Green / Metallic Diablo Black / Metallic Graphite Gray. The color of the SX SE has the same name, the difference lies in the differently painted mask. Kawasaki has not yet communicated prices for 2022, but due to the additional equipment they should differ significantly from the EUR 25,195 of the SE + and EUR 18,195 of the SX.

CONCLUSION

Kawasaki has given its supercharged tourer Ninja H2 SX more than a slight facelift. With radar, a bunch of new technology and more comfort, the 200 hp travel machine is entering the new year. The basic version H2 SX with the significant additional equipment will not be able to keep the competitive price of 18,195 euros.

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