Kawasaki Announces New 2023 Motorcycle Models

2023-02-03 09:00
Kawasaki is here to redefine the 400cc supersport category with the arrival of the all-new Ninja® ZX™-4RR KRT Edition motorcycle. This circuit-focused motorcycle combines real-world road enjoyment and track riding potential and provides the rider the satisfaction of being able to ride with confidence. The Ninja ZX-4RR KRT Edition is designed for the rider seeking a new exhilarating riding experience.

2023 NINJA ZX-4RR KRT EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

NEW All-new 399cc liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, in-line four-cylinder engine

NEW World Superbike-inspired chassis design

NEW Dual front disc brakes

NEW High-performance suspension

NEW Ergonomics for control and comfort

NEW Fierce Ninja ZX styling

NEW 4.3” TFT color instrumentation with circuit mode

NEW Smartphone connectivity via RIDEOLOGY THE APP

NEW All LED lighting

NEW Integrated riding modes

NEW Dual-direction Kawasaki Quick Shifter (KQS)

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UPDATED 2023 NINJA H2® SX SE

Kawasaki Ninja H2® models are a testament to Kawasaki’s pursuit of innovation, performance, and passion for creating the world’s most advanced line of supercharged motorcycles. For 2023, the Ninja H2® SX SE motorcycle returns to Kawasaki’s hypersport lineup, blending performance and ultimate real-world handling with Kawasaki’s most advanced suite of rider assist technologies to date. New for 2023 is the addition of Auto Hi-Beam (AHB), which automatically turns the high beam lights on and off as necessary depending on brightness ahead.

2023 KAWASAKI NINJA H2® SX SE HIGHLIGHTS:

NEW Auto Hi-Beam (AHS)

998cc in-line four-cylinder balanced supercharged engine

6.5” TFT color instrumentation with SPIN

Advanced Rider Assist System (ARAS)

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

Forward Collision Warning (FCW)

Blind Spot Detection (BSD)

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

Vehicle Hold Assist (VHA)

Kawasaki Electronically Controlled Suspension (KECS)

Kawasaki Intelligent Proximity Activation Start System (KIPASS)

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