Thursday, 2 January 2014

Kawasaki Unveils Z1000, Ninja 1000 for Rs. 12 Lakh Each

Japanese two-wheeler giant Kawasaki has recently introduced in India its internationally well known premium end two wheeler, the Z1000 and Ninja 1000, evaluated at Rs. 12 lakh every (ex-showroom Delhi).

However, the company is looking to offer what added up to around 250 units every twelve-months in India from its four models of premium bikes, incorporating the Ninja Zx-14r and Zx -10r which were started in September not long from now.

"With the launch of these two new bikes, we will have four models in the premium superbike segment. We are looking at a total of about 250 units annually from these four models,"

Kawasaki Unveils Z1000, Ninja 1000 for Rs. 12 lakh each

Herewith, India Kawasaki Motors deputy managing director Niskikawa Shigeto from Pune proclaimed this auspicious news where the bikes were launched respectively. 

The organization has set an introductory focus of 100 units for every year each for the Z1000 and Ninja 1000 models, he said, including an alternate 50 units could meet up from the Ninja Zx-14r and Zx -10r models.

Both the Z1000 and Ninja 1000 are fueled by a 1,043 cc motors. These two models will be transported in as totally manufactured units from Japan and will be retailed through the existing standalone showroom of Kawasaki in Pune and in Delhi.

With the two new launches, Kawasaki will now offer six models in India. Meanwhile, the Ninja 300 and Ninja 600 are sold at the Probiking showrooms of its Indian accomplice Bajaj Auto.

These models are estimated between Rs. 3.5 lakh to Rs. 5 lakh.      

"We don't have plans for any CKD (completely knocked down) assembly of our premium motorcycles in India. It is due to the need for training technicians and also need for expansion of capacity for which we would need volumes to justify," he said.

Commenting on new model line-up, he said, "Once we build these brands, we will expand the Kawasaki range of premium end bikes. We will consider launching adventure or cruiser bikes in the next two years in India."

Expressing that the Indian high-end bike market offers colossal development chances, India Kawasaki Motors Managing Director Yuji Horiuchi said the organization is starting the two new models to further reinforce its vicinity focused at particular crowds.

India Kawasaki Motors will extend its business region in a stage smart way. With its keep tabs on Maharashtra and NCR, the development will follow in whatever is left of the nation.

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