Stunning one owner from new Kawasaki Ninja H2. 2017, '17 reg. with only 2,106 miles. Finished in Mirror Coated Spark Black (with Ventureshield paintwork protection) and fitted with a Yoshimura exhaust can (standard can is included). Balance of Kawasaki warranty. Reg. number H20 FKD included. Awesome performance with incredible looks. If you are looking for a really lovely H2 this one MUST be seen. Superb value at 18,795. PLUS : WE'LL DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR ANYWHERE IN MAINLAND UK FOR JUST 99! - Part-Ex and finance/PCP available, please ask for details. Call us on 0161-432 1303 to arrange a test ride.Compare insurance quotes
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Why buy from Hunts Motorcycles
Hunts Motorcycles is Manchester's only appointed Honda motorcycle dealer and is renowned as one of the top Honda dealers in the UK. We stock the complete range of new Honda motorcycles and scooters, as well as the finest selection of used bikes for sale in the North West. We also have a full motorcycle service and parts facility and sell a huge range of motorbike accessories and clothing.
MCN overall review verdict: It looks like it’s doing 200mph at a standstill, it’s visually awesome and sounds incredible. Related: Fastest test ever - Kawasaki Ninja H2 vs Suzuki Hayabusa vs Yamaha YZF-R1 The level of finish and quality on the H2 is some of the highest I’ve ever seen on a production road bike. Some won’t like the aggressive fuelling and power delivery in the first few gears, but then those people shouldn’t be considering a £22,000 supercharged sportsbike. If you want to chase lap times get a ZX-10R, but if you want one of the most exciting road bikes ever built, then step forward, and get in the queue. Video: Kawasaki Ninja H2 speed test Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon added in 2016 In October 2016 the Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon was revealed to the world at the Intermot show in Cologne. Here's what MCN reported at the time: "The H2 range gets a new Öhlins TTX shock to add a little more control (and bling) to the back end for 2017 – although the mounting point for the remote reservoir looks like it was designed in the dark. Kawasaki say it offers more support, a more supple ride quality, and improved high-speed stability – and if 22 clicks of rebound and compression adjustment aren’t enough for you, you’re deluded. Updated linkage ratios apparently also improve its track manners. "There’s now a ‘bank angle display’ on the dash, which will be both addictive and dangerous. It displays your real-time lean angle, and will note each ride’s maximum. How low can you go? A video posted by MCN - motorcyclenews.com (@motorcyclenews) on Oct 4, 2016 at 4:29am PDT "Hopefully preventing you getting dangerously out of control chasing the ultimate dangle angle is the addition of Bosch’s 6-axis IMU, which now unites all of the H2’s phenomenal electronic rider aids, and adds cornering ABS to the line-up, while the quickshifter is now also enabled as an autoblipper for coming seamlessly back down though the gearbox. "The engine remains unfettled for its second year of production, but the exhaust has had a few changes to get the H2 through Euro4. There’s a new collector layout, revised silencer internals, bigger catalysers and more precious metal inside them to extend their life. The Carbon name relates to the CFRP (carbon reinforced polymer) upper cowl that distinguishes it from the base model, and brings it a little closer to the H2R track version. "The Carbon also gets the same paint finish as the H2R, but with a matt finish. This is a limited edition of just 120 units, and each will carry its unique reference number on a plaque on the supercharger plate." The Kawasaki H2 Carbon cost £27,999 and sold out just three months after its reveal.
|Insurance group||17 of 17|
|Annual road tax||£91|
|Annual service cost||£180|
|Max power||210 bhp|
|Max torque||98.1 ft-lb|
|Top speed||186 mph|
|1/4-mile acceleration||9.87 secs|
|Average fuel consumption||-|
|Engine type||Supercharged inline four|
|Frame type||High tensile steel trellis|
|Fuel capacity||17 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
* With Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) you have the option at the end of the agreement to:
1) return the motorcycle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. If the motorcycle has exceeded the maximum agreed mileage a charge for excess mileage will apply – in this example 6p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage up to 4,999 miles and 12p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage exceeding 4,999 miles If the motorcycle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded the maximum agreed mileage you will have nothing further to pay;
2) pay the Optional Final Repayment to own the motorcycle or
3) part exchange the motorcycle subject to settlement of your existing credit agreement; new credit agreements are subject to status.