Kawasaki Ninja H2 vs Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS

Kawasaki and Suzuki are both Japanese company. They manufacture super sports, standard bikes and scooters for the customers. They know, what are the customer’s need? They have a lot of demands from buyers to make more power and performance products. As per the customer’s need, both the companies are introducing super sports bike that inspired from racing DNA such as Ninja H2 and Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS in the Indian automobile industry.


GSX-S1000 ABS is racing bike that made by Suzuki. It has introduced in GSX series. The bike is used heavy engine, which helps to give an excellent performance on the roads. On the other hand, its competitor Kawasaki offers a Ninja H2 in the Ninja series. It is more expensive instead of GSX-S1000. The company offers a supercharged engine in Ninja H2.


GSX-S1000 ABS is powered by four-stroke, four-cylinder, DOHC Liquid engine. This engine is designed especially for the racing track. The newly honed engine delivers a smooth and comfortable ride. The long-stroke is designed with a 73.4mm bore and 59mm stroke. The company uses Engine Control Module (ECM) technology to give a dynamic performance.


Ninja H2 is incorporated with a 998cc in-line, four-cylinder with supercharger engine. The company is designing with new supercharger engines, which help to produce a high RPM performance. The firm claims 300 horsepower form H2 on the racing tracks.


The GSX-S1000 is got an aggressive look head to toe. It comes with a new sporty look, which pulls your attention. GSX-S1000 has stylish LED light at the rear and digital meter. It is featured with a digital meter that include a host of information speedometer, dual trip meters, clock and many more options. The vehicle gets a split seat for the safe and comfortable ride.


The company is used advanced electronic instrument. It comes with a new traction control and LED lights. Ninja H2 is got digital speedometer, gear indicator, boost indicator and more features on LED display. The Kawasaki is used lime green color and light weight body work on its Ninja H2. It is especially made for the racing tracks.


For the safe and comfortable ride the Suzuki company is used light weight six spoke cast aluminum wheels, which gives safety ride. GSX-S1000 offers high performance braking system as the firm is used 32mm piston with 310mm floating-mount disc, ABS technology at the front. The GSXS-1000 is loaded Link type, coil spring, oil damped suspension at the rear. A coil spring is also known as a helical spring. It is a mechanical device.


On the other end, the Ninja H2 is incorporated aluminum star shaped spoke wheels. The motorcycle gives a dynamic balancing power as it is loaded with fully adjustable KYB racing suspension. The braking duties are managed by two massive 330mm Brembo dual semi-floating disc at front, with ABS technology.

Color and Price

Ninja H2 gets a new mirror coated black paint schema. Each and every layer of paint is done carefully by the highly-skilled man. The multilayer composite paint includes a layer of pure silver formed by the chemical reaction. The bike is priced at Rs.29,00,000.


Other hand the GSX is available in two attractive shades Metallic Triton Blue and Glass Sparkle Black Candy Daring Red. The price of this bike starts at Rs.12,25,000.

Related: Honda CBR 650F Vs Kawasaki Ninja 650


About Neha Sharma

SAGMart is an online information portal, where you can find genuine information about any upcoming and new motorcycle or scooter you will be looking for all across the globe. One can easily search the product details, technical specifications and cosmetic details, including their ex-showroom price and current price at one's place. The user could also be able to get through the brief reviews of various existing and newly launched two-wheelers as well and can also search information about the upcoming two-wheelers.

Posted on December 9, 2015, in Motorcycles. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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