Kawasaki Motorcycles officially launched in Bangladesh

The four models which will be officially available in Bangladesh are KLX150, D-Tracker, Z125 Pro and KSR 110 Pro.

Motorcycle manufacturing company Kawasaki has officially launched four of its motorcycle models for the first time in Bangladesh in association with Asian Motorbikes Limited. The launching event took place in Gulshan today in the presence of Mr. Jin Inoue, Senior Manager of Sales, Motorcycle & Engine Company, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.

The four models which will be officially available in Bangladesh are KLX150, D-Tracker, Z125 Pro and KSR 110 Pro. Among these, the KLX150 is a “Dual Purpose” motorcycle which enables an enjoyable ride on both paved and bumpy roads.

“During August last year, our Kawasaki team visited Bangladesh to see the motorcycle market and we saw a lot of enthusiasm among the motorcycle owners. Motorcycles seem to be rooted in the lifestyle of the people of Bangladesh. Hence Kawasaki is excited to announce that we are entering Bangladesh market together with our local partner, Asian Motorbikes Limited. In collaboration with our partner, we will offer a great experience to our Bangladesh customers.” said Jin Inoue.

In order to ensure Kawasaki Motorcycle owners in Bangladesh get an exciting riding experience and uninterrupted service, the appropriate network will be established to provide high-quality service and to supply sufficient spare parts. Kawasaki exclusive service shops will be built based on Kawasaki Global Service Standard and to ensure that motorcycles are serviced by well-trained mechanics and service tools.  For spare parts, it will be ensured that dealers are always well stocked with required spare parts.

Also to offer a place and opportunity to make the Kawasaki motorcycle owner’s life exciting, Kawasaki owner’s clubs will be established where Kawasaki riders will be able to interact with Kawasaki Motorcycle owners around the world and be part of touring programs all throughout the country. Mr. Dewan Shajed Rahman (Managing Director), Mr. Kosuke Yoshida (Director), Mr. Arman Rashid (Director) and Mr. Rofiqul Islam (General Manager) represented Asian Motorbikes Limited in the event.

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