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Hello everyone. I'm excited to be here and excited for the Ninja H2 to come out eventually. I'm happy that it is going to be supercharged, which should make insurance premiums a bit less expensive.

I'm curious as to what the pricing will be like when it does come out. Anybody have an idea of what the price should be like?
 

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If you have to ask about the pricing ~ you might want to stay on a 300 . . .
 

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^ What Clover said. Although we know it's not going to be cheap, it does help to know how much it will go for.

Welcome to the forum Samuai
 

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Welcome! I am also from Toronto and looking forward to seeing the H2. We probably won't see it until the January show. Or maybe in the dealership if it arrives early!
 

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For us in the Toronto area, it is really unfortunate that Kahuna PowerSports recently closed. :crying:

At one time, Kahuna was the largest volume Kawasaki dealership in Canada.

It was located really close to my home... after a quick ten-minute walk, I picked up my 2014 ZX-14R ABS.

Would have been great if Kahuna was still around to buy a 2015 H2.
 

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I bet Gord and Mike Inglis have at least 2 or 3 on order. London Ontario is only 2 hours away from the big smoke. Just jump off the super slab at Highbury ave and take a left onto dundas when you smell cornflakes take a right..lol McCormick bvld is across from the Kelloggs plant on Dundas street. Inglis Motorcycles has been there for about 30 years now. They have 6 or 7 lines of makers, but one for sure is Kawasaki.
 

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I bet Gord and Mike Inglis have at least 2 or three on order. London Ontario is only 2 hours away from the big smoke. Just jump off the super slab at Highbury ave and take a left onto dundas when you smell cornflakes take a right..lol McCormick bvld is across from the Kelloggs plant on Dundas street. Inglis Motorcycles has been there for about 30 years now. They have 6 or 7 lines of makers, but one for sure is Kawasaki.
 

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For us in the Toronto area, it is really unfortunate that Kahuna PowerSports recently closed. :crying:

At one time, Kahuna was the largest volume Kawasaki dealership in Canada.

It was located really close to my home... after a quick ten-minute walk, I picked up my 2014 ZX-14R ABS.

Would have been great if Kahuna was still around to buy a 2015 H2.
Do you know why they closed down, surprising they closed since you said they were the largest volume kawi dealer in Canada!
 

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Do you know why they closed down, surprising they closed since you said they were the largest volume kawi dealer in Canada!
I stated, "At one time, Kahuna was the largest volume Kawasaki dealership in Canada."

When I spoke to the actual owner before picking up my 2014 ZX-14R ABS, he said, "Last year was a bad year."

Actually, there may be a new Kawasaki dealership in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) in the near future... I'm unable to be more specific at the moment but I am optimistic that it will be the source of my 2015 H2. ;)
 
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