Kawasaki shocked the motorcycling world when it unveiled supercharging to the modern age with the 2015 H2. The first models were desigend to go as fast as possible, but three years later Team Green introduced the SX, a sport-touring variant with relaxed ergonomics and touring features such as cruise control, heated grips, and saddlebags. It made for the perfect way to cover long distances at some serious speed.
I’ve got a hell of a soft spot for this model (I just want a different paint scheme), because it’s what I took on my Iron Butt 50CC (coast to coast in 50 hours) challenge:
In 2018, the SE gave buyers heated grips, a larger windscreen, upgraded seats, more details in the wheels, launch control, TFT dash, LED cornering lights, and a quickshifter. It cost an extra $3,000 grand, but most buyers went for it seeing as the base bike wasn’t cheap at $19k anyway. This example has just 2,400 miles and it comes with the side bags (not pictured). The seller says it has many extras and that it was just serviced, but it’s hard to tell what the extras are from the limited photos.
Find this H2 for sale in Glendale, California with an asking price of $18,000 here on Facebook Marketplace.