For 2021, the Kawasaki has increased the asking price of the mad Ninja H2R
Kawasaki has launched the 2021 model year Ninja H2R with a price tag of Rs. 79.90 lakhs (ex-showroom), in India recently.
Sold in a single Matte Spark Black colour, the motorcycle has not received any changes whatsoever with respect to its styling and hardware.
It continues to sport the same mad design with the single seat, whereas the riding position, tailored for ultra-high speed and circuit riding, is also unchanged.
Built around a trellis frame, the 2021 H2R’s 998cc, 4-cylinder, supercharged motor is good for 310 PS at 14,000 RPM (326 PS with ram air) and 165 Nm of torque at 12,500 RPM.
The transmission is a 6-speed unit and comes with a quickshifter, while the single-sided swingarm allows for the titanium exhaust to be mounted closer to the bike.
That is so the rider can achieve crazy angles while cornering. It should also make it easy for one to take the driving wheel off whenever necessary.
Since the price tag of the 2021 Kawasaki Ninja H2R is steep, it comes equipped with top componentry like Ohlins electronic steering damper, 43 mm adjustable inverted front forks and Ohlins adjustable rear shock.
Twin 330 mm Brembo semi-floating discs upfront and 250 mm rear disc provide the stopping power, while the 17-inch rims are wrapped with 120-section rubber at the front and 190-section tyre at the rear.
Weighing 216 kg (wet), the track-only motorcycle has a 17-litre fuel tank, and tonnes of electronics to keep the rider safe even while one rides it at eye-watering speeds.