Are you an adventurous rider looking to start this 2021 diary with a memorable ride with your colleagues or friends? But is the old motorbike in your garage making you less confident of the long ride?
Then, it is time to change to the new style of Kawasaki. Yes, I am talking about the new launches, Z H2, Z H2 SE, from the house of Kawasaki that is all set to roll out at this good time!
With the dashing new appearance and unbeatable technology, these naked superbikes are ready to roar the Indian road. Let’s scroll down to know more about them.
Kawasaki Z H2
Being the two-wheeler manufacturer leader in the series of Superbikes, Ninja, and Naked motorbikes, Kawasaki released its Z H2 model that created a legacy in its Z history.
With matchless recital, Sugomi styling, and thrill to the riders, it continues the Z flagship model’s success story in the streak of motorbikes belonging to Kawasaki.
The development expertise behind the screen is the secret of such accomplishment, including:
- The Z H2 has a dashing 998cc fair supercharged locomotive framed by top-notch components.
- KECS suspension technology.
- Brembo Stylema calipers.
- Showa Skyhook EERA machinery, and
- It comes at a price of INR 21.9 lakh.
This ultra streetfighter, Z H2, is compact, lightweight which might sound crazy due to its bulk exterior, but it is true. Yes, fulfilling the advice from racing experts, assist & slipper hold is crafted by employing two forms of cams.
Are you a person who craves speed? Then Z H2 can fulfill your wish with the electronic cruise control that offers you ultimate riding control.
- This iconic motorbike gets the flat metallic spark black and metallic Diablo black graphics with the trellis outline.
- The design concept of Sugomi – minimalist and well suited for a predator.
- You don’t need to worry as the all-new Z H2 version is operational with ABS and KIBS technology.
- It gives high-performance with Showa adaptable firmness rebound damping at 120/70-17 at the front end and 190/55-17 at the rear.
- Smartphone connectivity and TFT Instrumentation are other essential components of Z H2.
Kawasaki Z H2 SE
In different medium tones like stainless steel braided brake lines and extraordinary blush graphics apart from the Z H2 edition, Z H2 SE is the next lineup in the Z edition of a stronghold in the Kawasaki powerhouse.
Outfitted with KECS engine expertise and other advanced ones like Kawasaki Quick Shifter (KQS), launch control mode (KLCM), and Kawasaki corner management function (KCMF), Z H2 SE is known for its incorporated ride modes.
- With two attractive color options like metallic diablo black and golden lazed green, it is designed based on Sugomi & minimalist’s design concept.
- This motorbike model shares the same 998cc Showa Skyhook supercharged engine with the Stylema calipers.
- The motorbike supports three power modes, maximum choke retort, which benefits you from the sound tweaking and lets you enjoy your ride aurally.
- Priced at INR 25.9 Lakh, Z H2 SE has a smartphone plug-in through the “Rideology” application.
- Z H2 SE has a different chassis organization skill to guarantee the rider’s safety with IMU-Enhanced chassis orientation awareness.
- KIBS (Kawasaki Intelligent anti-lock brake system) and ABS perfectly equip for this streetfighter.
- For brake travel, KECS-controlled compression, and rebound damping with manual spring preload adjustability is at the front and rear end.
- The Z H2 SE gives a stunning performance with the outstanding suspension technology with front tire 120/70-17 and 190/55-17 at the rear end.
- For smoother handling, advanced electronic systems supporting vehicle control, and fat-type handlebar and handle switches are the Z H2 SE motorbike’s added advantage.
Thus, you finally found a new way to restart your ride, I hope with the brand new editions, Z H2 and Z H2 SE, from Kawasaki for the two-wheeler motorbike industry, in our today’s article.
So, book your streetfighter today to unleash the predator hidden within you!
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