Kawasaki India have removed the Versys 1000 from their product line for the time being. But if rumours are to be believed, this is just for a short period of time. [Read more…]
Kawasaki India have just launched the new Ninja 300, which is now being assembled in India. Kawasaki had parted ways with Bajaj Auto in India some time ago, and now have their own manufacturing plant in Chakan, near Pune. [Read more…]
India Kawasaki Motor have launched their retro-styled Z900RS in a new black shade at a price tag of Rs 15.3 lakh (ex-showroom). [Read more…]
Kawasaki’s Semi-Knock Down (SKD) ZX10R have apparently been booked out after being launched a mere 15 days ago. The company have stopped taking further booking for the sought after sports bike for the time being. [Read more…]
If you’re a fan of the middle-weight twin from the house of Kwack, then you’ll be excited to see that the bike has been priced at Rs 5.49 lakh (ex-showroom), and is available in a new, svelte, ‘metallic flat spark black’ colour. [Read more…]
Kawasaki are assembling their litre-class superbikes in India. [Read more…]
With the launch of the BMW G 310 GS in India imminent, KTM have finally confirmed that they will indeed release their own light-weight adventure tourer, the much awaited KTM 390 Adventure. [Read more…]
India Kawasaki Motors have launched the Euro 4-compliant, 2019 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 in the subcontinent, simultaneous to the bike’s release in international markets. [Read more…]
Japanese motorcycle company, Kawasaki, are offering discounts on their outgoing models to make way for the new stock, however let the word ‘outgoing’ scare you. There is more to that story. [Read more…]
After launching the Vulcan S cruiser in December last year, Kawasaki India have now introduced a Pearl Lava Orange colour option. So far, the 650-cc twin-cylinder cruiser was only available to us in black, and the new colour has been introduced based on customer feedback.
Yutaka Yamashita, MD at India Kawasaki Motors, had this to say as he introduced the new colour option, “Vulcan S is that type of motorbike which defines a particular lifestyle. In such type of products colour of the motorcycle plays a vital role. The Vulcan S in pearl lava orange colour is available only in few countries, so bringing it in India shows commitment of Kawasaki towards the Indian market.”
The Kawasaki Vulcan S in this new colour option is priced at Rs 5,58,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi), which is Rs 10,000 more than the standard black motorcycle. Visit your nearest Kawasaki showroom for more details.