Kawasaki is offering you more reasons to bring home a brand new motorcycle this festive season. The Indian arm of the Japanese two-wheeler brand is offering special discounts on as many as seven models this festive season. It is offering ‘Boost Up Vouchers’ with the seven models available under the festive discount. Buyers can use the vouchers to redeem insurance, RTO charges or ex-showroom price or accessories.
The value of the Boost Up Voucher ranges from INR 58,950 to INR 85,150, depending on the model. Check out the model wise voucher value below:
- Ninja 400: INR 58,950
- Z 650: INR 58,950
- Ninja 650: INR 58,950
- Versys 650: INR 58,950
- Vulcan S: INR 65,500
- Ninja ZX-6R: INR 65,500
- Ninja 1000: INR 85,150
Kawasaki has not listed the deadline for the offer. The new offer replaces the company’s previously announced deal that comprised 0% rate of interest or benefits of up to INR 47,000.
Surprisingly, the company’s highest-selling model, the Ninja 300 is not available under the festive season offer. Apart from the festive season offer, Kawasaki has also introduced new colour options for the Ninja 400 and the ZX-10R to boost the sales during the high demand festive season. The Ninja 400 gets two new colour options – Metallic Spark Black/Lime Green and Lime Green/Ebony (KRT Edition) – while the ZX-10R gets Lime Green/Ebony paint along with KRT graphics. The new colour variants are priced at the same levels as the existing options. The special offer will also help Kawasaki to clear its BS-IV stock before the updated models start to arrive.
Speaking of the 2020 line-up, Kawasaki has multiple launches scheduled between 7 October and 4 November. The Japanese brand has been promoting its upcoming supercharged roadster, the Z H2 via teaser videos. The latest teaser revealed the silhouette of the litre-class roadster that will debut on 23 October. The company also showed the twin-pod LED headlight and the colour TFT-display in the previous teaser.
Kawasaki also revealed its 2020 Ninja 650 that benefits from refreshed looks and new features. The 2020 Ninja 650 features a twin-pod, full-LED headlight that resembles the units on the Ninja 400 and the ZX-6R, refreshed styling for muscular looks and a Bluetooth-enabled TFT-display.
The complete 2020 line-up will most likely be showcased at the 2019 EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Italy.