On February 13, Kawasaki will open special order registration for one of six U.S.-bound limited edition H2 Carbon models.

A $10,000 deposit (balance due undisclosed) within 48 hours at a Kawasaki dealership will ensure delivery of the special edition, based on the look of the H2R.

“Kawasaki’s standard 2017 Ninja H2 sportbike has been refined with a high-grade model aimed squarely at discerning customers looking for something a little more exclusive. Simply known as the Ninja H2 Carbon, this limited-edition model is an enhanced version of the original. It features a carbon-fiber upper cowl resembling that of the Ninja H2R, special mirror-finish paint and a serial number plate. A limited run of 120 units will be produced globally, with only six available to the U.S. market.”

“This limited edition Ninja H2 Carbon is going to create a lot of envy among riding enthusiasts,” said Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (KMC) Senior Vice President of Sales Operations, Bill Jenkins. “The Ninja H2 made a big splash in the industry when it was introduced, and I believe we will see a lot of activity when ordering begins on February 13.”

Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon
Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon

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Customers interested in purchasing one of these exclusive models will have the opportunity to register at www.kawasaki.com on Monday, February 13, promptly at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET.

Orders will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, subject to availability. Prospective purchasers will be required to place a $10,000 USD deposit at an authorized Kawasaki dealer within 48 hours of being notified by KMC. Additional details regarding the order process will be available on kawasaki.com as well.

A portion of the proceeds of the Ninja H2 Carbon sportbikes will go to charity, with Kawasaki donating $20,000 to the Road 2 Recovery Foundation. The non-profit was founded to help AMA-licensed supercross/motocross professionals with financial assistance should they suffer a career-ending injury, while also providing motivational, emotional, and spiritual support to those individuals and their families.

Source: RideApart.com

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