Kawasaki Announces New 2018 Models

Dec 01, 2017 View Comments by

Kawasaki announces new models for 2018 line-up including the Z900RS, Ninja® 400, Ninja H2™SX, Ninja H2™SX SE, and the Ninja® ZX™-10R SE.


Highlights of the 2018 Kawasaki Z900RS:

  • Strong, Smooth In-Line Four Engine
  • NEW Kawasaki Tuned Exhaust Note
  • Lightweight Trellis Frame
  • Z1-Inspired iconic styling
  • $??? TBD

The new Kawasaki Z900RS is the brand’s long awaited foray into the retro genre of motorcycling. It is a throwback to its 1970’s predecessor, the Z1. The Z900RS is powered by a 948cc in-line four engine, features a modern trellis frame, and modern suspension components. Technologically advanced components and features include the 41mm inverted front forks, slipper clutch, and Kawasaki Traction Control (KTRC). The bike also has some of its own new features as well, such as Kawasaki’s first fully tuned exhaust note, designed to elicit rider response when the 948cc in-line four cylinder engines roars to life, idling, and low speed riding. The Z900RS is available in Metallic Flat Spark Black and Candytone Brown.





Ninja H2™ SX SE

2018 Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE

  • NEW LED Cornering Lights
  • NEW High-class instrumentation Multi-Function TFT Color LCD Meter
  • NEW Larger Windscreen
  • NEW 998cc four-cylinder supercharged engine combines power, everyday usability and fuel efficiency
  • NEW Redesigned passenger friendly trellis frame, convenient KQR® luggage mounting, and longer wheelbase
  • NEW Aggressive full fairing bodywork
  • NEW Electronic cruise control for improved comfort on long distance rides
  • NEW Comfort designed seats
  • NEW All-LED Lighting- headlamp, taillight, and licenses plate light
  • NEW High-Class instrumentation bank
  • Full suite of electronic rider assist functions
  • Kawasaki Launch Control Mode (KLCM)
  • Kawasaki Quick Shifter (KQS) (up and down)
  • Steel Braided Brake lines
  • Heated grips
  • Centerstand
  • $22,000

Is this the replacement for the Concours 14?


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