Kawasaki Motors Australia have announced two new models coming to Australian showrooms in 2021. The low seat 2021 KLX230R S and the Premium Ninja H2 are available now on Kawasaki’s already great line-up of bikes, be sure to head to your local Kawasaki dealership and check them out.

The new low seat model allows are wider variety of riders to jump on the affordable KLX230R.

Kawasaki say the KLX 230R S is purpose-built for off-road fun. The electric start, off-road machine has a 233cc air-cooled, 4-stroke single-cylinder engine built to deliver low-mid range torque. A lightweight plastic fuel tank, aluminium swing-arm, 115kg weight, 220mm front wheel travel and 275mm of ground clearance combine to create a more than capable play bike.

The n32 2021 addition to the KLX play bike range – KLX230R S – is more accessible with a seat height of 900mm (25mm lower than the KLX230R). The KLX230R S replaces the KLX230R in the 2021 off-road range. You can pick one up for an affordable RRP of $5,699 (price does not include dealer delivery & inspection fees), click here to learn more.

The Ninja H2 is already a monster of a bike, Kawasaki have added a heap more features for an exhilarating ride.

The Ninja H2 supercharged engine creates unprecedented power for remarkable acceleration. The heavy growl of the boosted litre-class engine is a sound the streets won’t soon forget. Kawasaki say the supercharged acceleration of the Ninja H2 is more exhilarating than ever; maximum output is 170kW in stock set-up.

To match the ‘go’, the ‘stop’ is provided by high-specification street-use calipers – Brembo Stylema. Bridgestone Battlax RS11 tyres get the power to the road, an up-down quick-shifter, colour TFT instrumentation and Highly-Durable paint rounds out the luxury performance 2021 Ninja H2 package. You can pick one up for an RRP of $37,000 (price does not include on-road costs or dealer delivery & inspection fees), click here to find out more.


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