Well, we thought these motorcycles would (largely) go for more than this when they hit the dealers, but prices on the biggest, newest motorcycles of 2018 from the green brigade are pleasantly competitive.


The supercharged H2 SX SE (above) will be in dealers in February and will sell for £18,099 (excluding panniers). The standard-spec base model H2 SX is also arriving in February and will sell for £15,099.



The Z900RS (above) is available in three different colour schemes, with three corresponding prices: starting at just £9,899 for the standard Metallic Spark Black with an extra £200 for the special edition Metallic Matte Covert Green / Flat Ebony taking the price to £10,099. The price for those choosing the Z1 inspired Candytone Brown / Candytone Orange colours is £10,199. All three versions will be in UK showrooms by the start of December.



The Z900RS Café (above) will join the Z900RS in dealers in March 2018. It’s café racer-style front cowl, drop handlebar and Vintage Lime Green paint will be priced at £10,349.

The new Ninja ZX-10R SE – the first motorcycle to feature Showa’s electronic semi-active suspension, which has been exclusively developed for Kawasaki – will be available in March 2018 priced at £18,949.

The new Ninja 400 starts at £5,249 in Metallic Spark Black and is also available in KRT colours for £5,399.

Tony Carter

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