Kawasaki Z Series motorcycle Price List in the Philippines December 2018
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Latest Reviews for Kawasaki Z Series
this is the second kawasaki model na nabili ko, very good quality and price, dynamic ang style niya, at napaka comfortable e.maneuver. ang throttle dead spot ay ang pinaka kinaiiratahan ko sa lahat ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Gabreil
- Date : Jul 18, 2018
This is my first time to use this motorcycle and I think I also want to own one soon. Ang sarap ng feeling kapag nagdadrive ka using it its like not touching the ground at all, smooth ang pag change ...Read more
- Rating : 4.6
- Review by my_crush_ash
- Date : Jul 5, 2018
Latest Topics for Kawasaki Z Series
para sa akin maganda yong Kawasaki Z1000 kaya lang yong seats niya medyo mababa pwede bang palitan ito hindi ba mahirap maghanap ng mga seats nito hindi ko kasi gusto yong seats niya kung sakali makabili ako nito mgkano kaya yong babayaran ko pag ... Read more
- Last updated : Nov 26, 2018
- Posted by eLvie biol
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About Kawasaki Motorcycle
Kawasaki – Leading Japanese Motorcycles brand explores Filipino market
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd often referred to as "Kawasaki Juukougyou Kabushiki Gaisha" in Japanese is a multinational conglomerate which specializes in manufacturing Automobiles, Ships and Aerospace engineering, etc. IT was first established in 1896 and has its headquarters in Chuuou Ku in Kobe city, Japan. It is also concerned with the construction of other infrastructure projects, transportation, recycling & environmental projects, manufacturing of industrial equipment, energy plants, Rolling Stocks, etc. According to a survey conducted in 2013, KWI employs over 34,010 people in its manufacturing units all across the world.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Motorcycle & Engines is an automotive subsidiary division of Kawasaki Heavy Industries that specializes in manufacturing Motorcycles and general purpose gasoline based engines. Important bike categories include Super sports models, Sports models, Touring, Cruisers, Off Road, Motor cross, Dual purpose vehicles, etc; other models include Sports Utility Vehicles, ATV's, etc. It owns manufacturing units all around the world including Japan, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and United States of America.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries was founded by Shouzou Kawasaki on 15th October 1896 as a ship building company. It originally had its headquarters in Kobe City, Hyougo, Japan. It later entered into aerospace engineering & aircraft designing as Kawasaki Aircraft. The company started manufacturing motorcycles after acquiring Meguro Manufacturing Co Ltd; which were initially marketed under their original Meguro brand, but were later incorporated into a subsidiary firm called "Kawasaki Motor Sales". Both companies were dissolved following a merger in 1962 which gave birth to Kawasaki Motorcycle Co Ltd in the following year.
Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation
Kawasaki markets its products in Philippines through a vast network of dealership chains owned by Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation. It was initially established in 1974 as a business investment into a local motorcycle firm but later became affiliated to Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd in 1996. According to market experts, KMPC is one of the leading manufacturers of motorcycles in Philippines. It is also known for its excellent after sales services, sound management, good governance, ethical standards, social responsibility, strategic market planning, efficient manufacturing & supply chain and high-quality standards, etc.
Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation is a firm believer of promoting leadership qualities, team work, integrity, quality conscience among its employees. This is done to foster a greater sense of creativity, responsiveness, reliability and flexibility into the products & services provided so as to maintain a profitable business, promote growth and uphold customer satisfaction. Kawasaki's values can be summed up into a four-dimensional legacy represented by Credibility, Stability, Pride & Dominance.
Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation offers a very impressive product lineup for its customers to choose from. These include models such as Kawasaki D-Tracker, KLX, KSR, KX, Ninja, Z, Boxer, Discover, Pulsar, Rouser etc. Other popular models include Ninja H2, Ninja H2 R, Ninja ZX-14R, Ninja ZX-101R, Ninja 1000, Z1000, Vulcan 900 Custom, Ninja 650, Versys, ER-6N, Ninja 250, Ninja 250SL, Z 250, Z 250SL, D Tracker, KSR 110 etc.
Ninja 1000 has been provided with a 1043cc 4 stroke DOHC; liquid cooled fuel injection, 4 cylinder engines that is capable of producing about 136HP of power. It has an average fuel consumption of 17.5km/l and a fuel tank capacity of 19l. It has a dual petal disc brake in its front while a single one at the rear and weighs over 228kg. Ninja 1000 also features a constant mesh 6 speed power transmission system with a return shift mechanism. It has a chain drive platform and has been provided with a primary electric start mechanism.
Production & Marketing
According to company sources, Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation has an average annual production of about 7000 units at its Bo Cupang manufacturing unit in Muntinlupa which spans over 23,940 square meters. It markets its products through an integrated system of 700 dealership chains throughout the country. "Kawasaki Commuter Bikes" are immensely popular among Filipinos because of their high fuel efficiency, product quality, power output & lower coast. Also, exclusively custom made tricycles & smaller motorcycles "Solo" still remain a best seller in Philippines.
Leading Kawasaki dealerships in Philippines include those in Baliuag, Caloocan, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davo, Digos, General Santos City, Marbel, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Talcoban, Tagum, Bacolod City, Cubao, Dumaguete City and Cebu.