Below is a brief announcement from Kawasaki regarding the remaining models in its 2018 U.S. lineup. Stay tuned for in-depth articles on several of the bikes. In the meantime, have a look below and note the base MSRP for the new bikes, including $10,999 for the Z900RS, $4,999 for the Ninja 400, $19,000 for the Ninja H2 SX, and $21,899 for the Ninja ZX-10R SE.
Foothill Ranch, California – Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. announces the remainder of its model year 2018 motorcycle models which includes the Z900RS, Ninja® 400, Ninja H2™ SX, Ninja H2™ SX SE, Ninja® ZX™-10R SE, and the Ninja® ZX™-10RR motorcycles.
Kawasaki is bringing class leading performance and technology to another category of motorcycles, the retro bike class. In building the Z900RS, Kawasaki has meticulously crafted one of the most authentic retro bikes in appearance and design, paying homage to the original Z1, all while tastefully incorporating modern technology and features.
The stacked and always competitive small displacement sportbike class once again has a new leader by which all others will be judged: the all-new Kawasaki Ninja® 400 ABS and Ninja® 400. The sporty, lightweight, nimble handling platform of the Ninja 400 offers riders plenty of excitement, while also maintaining its reputation for appealing to a broad range of customers.
Ninja H2 SX and Ninja H2 SX SE
The Kawasaki Ninja H2™ SX and Ninja H2™ SX SE are the world’s most advanced hypersport motorcycle, derived from the prestigious supercharged Ninja H2™ superbike family pedigree. Blending performance and ultimate real world handling, the new lightweight supercharged sportbike line of Ninja H2 SX motorcycles is sure to continue in the award winning ways of its counterparts, and become the new standard by which the sportbike category is judged.
Ninja ZS-10R SE
For 2018, Kawasaki takes supersport motorcycles to the next level by introducing the Ninja® ZX™-10R SE, boasting the latest in suspension technology and delivering the same sheer engine performance that has claimed FIM Superbike Manufacturers Championship each of the last three years.
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