KAWASAKI has just announced prices for its new-for-2018 models, revealed at Eicma in Milan last week.
The 200hp supercharged Ninja H2 SX sports-tourer will cost £15,099, while the higher-spec Ninja H2 SX SE - with colour TFT instruments, LED cornering lights, quick-shifter and launch control - will be £18,099 when both go on sale from February 2018.
The 1970s Z1-inspired Z900RS will be £9,899 in black, £10,099 in green and black or £10,199 in the brown and orange scheme most reminiscent of the original. It will hit showrooms at the beginning of next month while the Z900RS Café, (pictured above) with café racer fairing, drop handlebar and green paint, will arrive in March 2018 priced at £10,349.
The Ninja ZX-10R SE, equipped for 2018 with Showa semi-active suspension, will be £18,949 from March next year.
And the Ninja 400, Kawasaki's new parallel-twin mid-capacity sports bike, will be available from February 2018 for £5,249 in black or £5,399 in KRT colours.