Is there any word on whether or not Kawi will produce the H2/H2R (or a variant) for 2016? Honestly, I've been holding off on any mods until I'm sure that this isn't going to be a one-year-only bike.
Since I was at a feedback discussion with Kawasaki and three other H2 owners the other week to discuss the pro's and con's of the bike, I would be very surprised if there were not further versions of the H2/H2R.
The way I see it (or at least hope it's how they see it) is with the demand for these, they can't slow down, might as well keep the ball rolling, a product like this not only helps this product alone but the whole brand. Flagships have that effect.I asked Kawasakis Marketing Manager on Sunday whether they'll be more H2s, she looked at me and smiled, said "mayyyybe" & then made a gesture of zipping her lips. Doesn't tell you anything but the way she said it led me & the people I was w/ thinking she was saying yes. I wanted to ask John Rawthen the Sales Manager Corporate about how many H2's were built but forgot to ask, at least got to meet him.
Cool that makes these ones unique and with the aussie dollar where it is they will certainly cost more than the ones in the first model.It was always going to be as kawasaki wouldnt have invested this much R and D for just one model,sure smaller engines will probably get S/C as well down the track.Imagine an R6 yamaha trying to compete with a 600 ninja S/C,or any cruser competing with a Vulcan S/c 800 or 1,000.There will be a 2016 production run of the H2, the only difference will be 2015 colour will no longer be available. This was told to me by a Kawasaki Rep. in Toronto, Canada.
You mean the 10R.Here's a thought... Kawasaki used the 2015 bikes to sus manufacturing processes etc... the 2016 bike, won't be as meticulously assembled by hand, process being outsourced to the robots...River mark disappears...