The 2022 Kawasaki H2 SX SE comes with a range of updates including Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ARAS), refreshed styling, larger seats and a new TFT display.
2022 Kawasaki H2 SX SE now features Advanced Driver Assistance System (ARAS)
Kawasaki showcased a range of products at the current EICMA 2021 auto show, including the upgraded Kawasaki H2 SX SE 2022 hyper-tourer. The updated model comes with a bunch of updates that include a range of advanced electronic suites such as cruise control, collision detection and blind spot monitoring all bundled into a new Advanced Driver Assistance System (ARAS ). Other minor but important updates to the bike include slightly wider seats for better rider and passenger comfort, a USB charging port and heated grips. The bike also comes with an updated fairing and a new TFT display.
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The biggest update to the bike is the addition of ARAS, which is a version of the same Bosch radar system used by Ducati, BMW and KTM. The system features adaptive cruise control, which maintains distance to the vehicle ahead based on driver preference with three settings – Near, Medium and Far. The system can also be completely shut down. The bike also receives a forward collision warning, which is triggered and gives a visual warning is issued if the preset distance suddenly approaches, and here too the warning can be set for early / medium / late activation or fully disengaged. Finally, the H2 SX SE also has a blind spot detection system that uses a rear-facing sensor to detect hard-to-see traffic behind and beside the motorcycle and alert it via the LEDs in the areas. wing mirror.
Visually, the new Kawasaki H2 SX SE 2022 now also comes with updated styling, including a redesigned front fairing, which has been redesigned to accommodate the ARAS unit and the new TFT display. Yes, the bike now has a new, larger 6.5-inch color TFT display, which can also connect to Spin, Kawasaki’s new smartphone information app that gives you a ton of information including the logbook or front brake pressure monitoring. The bike also comes with a resin intake silencer designed to reduce compressor intake noise.
Kawasaki also updated the KECS electronic suspension with Showa’s Skyhook system, which offers an active rebound damping adjustment system in real time. The bike also comes with a new Bosch six-axis FI-ECU that monitors the orientation of the chassis to modulate both power delivery and ABS response. The bike also comes with features like Vehicle Hold Assist and Kawasaki Smart Proximity Activation Start System Master Key. The bike continues to be powered by the supercharged 998cc inline-four engine offering the same power output.