2011

Evolution in The Name of Victory
Loaded with advanced electronic control technologies like S-KTRC, Kawasaki’s predictive traction-control system, variable power modes, and an ultra-precise ABS system (KIBS), the new track-focused Ninja ZX-10R mounts a more powerful engine in a 10 kg lighter chassis. Designed to excel in superbike racing, overall performance is significantly enhanced. Wrapped in an aggressive new fairing, the more compact chassis delivers much more responsive handling qualities.

 

2011

New-World Sports Bike With Real-World Versality
In addition to the high performance and aggressive Ninja styling of a supersport machine, the Ninja 1000 has a relaxing riding position, a 3-position adjustable windscreen and other rider-friendly features. The liquid-cooled, 1,043 cm3, In-Line Four engine delivers instant throttle response and impressive low- and mid-range acceleration. An aluminum twin-tube frame offers both superb stability and rider-responsive handling.

 

2011

All-Round Twin-Cylinder Fun-Bike
The lightweight Ninja 400 is powered by a gutsy twin-cylinder engine and features a sporty full fairing. Whether cruising at speed on the highway or zipping around town, this all-rounder is a blast to ride. Its sharp under-engine muffler contributes to a low centre of gravity and improved mass centralisation, while the offset laydown rear suspension and triple disc brakes deliver a smooth ride and impressive stopping power.

 

2012

Kawasaki's Flagship
The result of continuous development from the original Ninja (GPz900R) onwards, the Ninja ZX-14R exemplifies the intense excitement and surprising versatility of the Ninja brand. A displacement increase to 1,441 cm3, making it the largest-displacement model in the series, delivers astonishing acceleration. This awesome power is controlled by the KTRC 3-mode traction-control system and selectable power modes for amazing sport-riding or relaxed high-speed cruising. Never before has so much power been so civilized and so much fun.

 

2012

Sportier And More Rider-Friendly
A further development of the Ninja 650R concept, this middleweight all-rounder is powered by a 649 cm3 Parallel Twin engine specially tuned for high torque output in the most commonly used rpm range. A new double-pipe frame enables a slimmer shape, and a backbone style sub-frame makes it easier for the rider’s feet to reach the ground, making sporty riding on the Ninja 650 even more accessible than ever.

 

2013

A Wider Range of Riding Excitement
Capitalising on the highly successful racing performance of its predecessor, the new Ninja ZX-6R expands its area of expertise beyond the racetrack. The engine has been bumped up from 599 cm3 to 636 cm3 for more torque, more excitement and even sportier performance on the street. The race-bred chassis features the first use of the advanced SFF-BP fork on a production machine. 3-mode KTRC, KIBS and other advanced electronic control technologies make this Ninja equally dominant on the track, on the street or in the twisties.

 

2013

Sportbikes With High Quality Beyond Their Class
A successor to the highly popular Ninja 250R, a model much loved around the world, the new Ninja 300 features a displacement boosted to 296 cm3 for even more exciting performance. Its more powerful engine features an assist & slipper clutch and is mounted in a newly designed high-tensile steel frame. A wide 140 mm rear tire ensures superb road-holding and great handling. The low, aggressive design is pure Ninja and boasts eye-catching dual headlights, just like the Ninja ZX-6R. A 249 cm3 version, the Ninja 250, is also available depending on the market.

 

2014

A Ninja Like No Other
A combination of supersport handling performance, all-round utility and high comfort make the Ninja 1000 a one-of-a-kind motorcycle. Extensive changes to the 2014 model result in more direct response from both engine and chassis. Other improvements include 3-mode KTRC, selectable power modes and other advanced technologies. Perfectly integrated, quick-detach side luggage (optional) offers more functional touring and town use.

 

2014

The Perfect Balance Between Sport & Comfort
Carving twisties on the weekends or riding to school or work in town, the middleweight Ninja 400 does it all in style. Its Parallel Twin engine has been upgraded for more power at all rpm, and a newly designed double-pipe frame is more compact for superb handling. And it looks as good as it goes, thanks to a new, more aggressive design. Comfort is improved thanks to a new seat and adjustable windscreen. This is a bike that everyone from new riders to experts will love.

 

2014

Lightweight, Single-Cylinder Ninja
Mounting a liquid-cooled 249 cm3 single-cylinder engine in narrow, ultra-lightweight trellis frame made of high-tensile steel, the newest addition to the Ninja family delivers high-revving performance and nimble handling that is best-in-class. The forward-leaning riding position and aggressive full fairing make this lightweight Ninja a true supersport single. The Ninja 250SL creates a new paradigm for riding fun in the 250 class.

 

2015

The Ninja H2 is released alongside the Ninja H2R. Like the closed-course H2R, the street-legal Ninja H2 offers a sensory experience surpassing anything that riders can find. The two models feature more similarities than differences. The in-house designed supercharged engine features intake and exhaust systems compliant with street-use, but the highly efficient unit itself is the same but for model-specific cam profiles, head gaskets and ECU settings. The chassis too features the same high-spec components as the Ninja H2R: a trellis frame with unique Swingarm Mounting Plate, top-of-the-line Brembo brake system, race-spec suspension, 5-spoke cast aluminium wheels, and an advanced electronics package (which even includes a Rain Mode not available on the Ninja H2R).
Its bodywork is noticeably different for having lights and turn signals, but its mirror stays incorporate airfoil cross-sections to ensure the necessary downforce generation for high-speed operation. And where the Ninja H2R uses a carbon-fibre upper cowl, that of the Ninja H2 is finished in Kawasaki’s original silver-mirror paint.

 

2015

Built Beyond Belief
When the Ninja H2R is unveiled it generates considerable sensation, and at the press launch hardened motorcycle journalists are rendered virtually speechless by its phenomenal performance. Born from a strong desire to offer riders something they had never before experienced, the “ultimate” motorcycle is developed from a clean slate. To realise the goal of delivering intense acceleration, an ultra-high top speed and supersport-level circuit performance, help is enlisted from other companies in the Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) Group, precipitating an unprecedented level of inter-company collaboration. Purposely developing the Ninja H2R as a closed-course model allows a pure pursuit of performance free of the limitations that street riding would impose. Its supercharged 998 cm3 In-Line Four engine, designed completely in-house, has an output that eclipses the power of normally aspirated counterparts while achieving a compact size on par with supersport litrebike-class units. Advanced technological know-how shared from other group companies is also found throughout the innovative engine and chassis designs, most visibly in the aerodynamic bodywork, which features carbon-fibre upper and lower wings that add stability for riding in the ultra-high speed range. The Kawasaki River Mark*1 is displayed prominently on the upper cowl, a testament to the inter-company collaboration and the level of resultant technology poured into this model. *1 The Kawasaki River Mark is a long-time symbol of the KHI Group dating back to the 1870s. As a policy, its use on products is rare and limited to models with historical significance. But for the Ninja H2R permission to use this symbol is granted.

 

2015

In just his first year with the Kawasaki Racing Team, Jonathan Rea is virtually unstoppable on his way to taking the Superbike World Championship crown on his Ninja ZX-10R. Starting the season with a 20-race podium streak, and winning 14 of the year’s 26 races allows him to accumulate a massive 548 points, just 4 points shy of a new record and 132 points more than the 2nd-placed rider. Together with teammate Tom Sykes (3rd in 2015), the KRT riders capture Kawasaki’s first-ever manufacturers’ title in the series.

 

2016

The Closest Thing to a Superbike World Champion Machine
Designed to be even faster on the track, this refined Ninja ZX-10R benefits from extensive feedback from the Kawasaki Racing Team. The 998 cm3 In-Line Four engine meets stricter emissions regulations while maintaining its heady top-end and offering a stronger mid-range for quicker corner exits. A lighter crankshaft and revised chassis geometry result in lighter handling. The highly advanced Balance Free Front Fork developed with Showa in WSB is the first of its kind offered on a mass-production model. It is complemented by Showa’s BFRC lite (Balance Free Rear Cushion) at the rear. A top-shelf Brembo front brake system (M50 monobloc calipers, 330 mm discs, radial-pump master cylinder, stainless-steel braided lines) delivers increased brake force, enhanced controllability and improved touch. And the aerodynamic front cowl features a larger windscreen, offering riders greater wind protection to facilitate setting up for corner entry. The new Ninja ZX-10R is also loaded with next-level electronics. A switch to electronic throttle valves enables the addition of new systems like KLCM (Kawasaki Launch Control Mode) and Kawasaki Engine Brake Control. A new Bosch IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) complements Kawasaki’s proprietary dynamic modelling program to give the ECU an even more accurate real-time understanding of what the chassis is doing, and enabling systems like S-KTRC (now with 5 modes) and KIBS to make the transition to feedback-type systems for even more precise operation. A new cornering management function, KQS (Kawasaki Quick Shifter) and Power Modes round out the litrebike’s electronic suite

 

2016

A pair of fine-tuned flagships arrive. The new Ninja ZX-14R (ZZR1400 in Europe) features revised engine tuning that meets stricter emissions regulations without compromising performance. A new “high-grade” version adds a number of prestige features, including a high-spec Brembo brake system, Öhlins rear suspension (on non-North American models), and detail changes that add a touch of class to the already impressive cockpit. Both versions offer a raised handlebar position for most Asian markets

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