The 2022 Ninja 250 and Z 250 are also here, priced from RM19k
The Kawasaki brand is officially back in Malaysia, as it was recently reintroduced by new custodians – Edaran Modenas Sdn Bhd (EMOS).
Under the new ownership, two new models were launched, which were the Modenas Ninja 250, Modenas Ninja 250 ABS and Modenas Z 250 ABS models.
In case you’re wondering why the bikes are called Modenas Ninja and Modenas Z 250, the agreement between Modenas and Kawasaki will see smaller displacement bikes (below 650cc) being rebadged as Modenas models, while bigger models above 650 cc like the Versys 650 and the Z800 just to name a couple, will be sold as Kawasakis.
That being said, the newly launched models’ prices are as mentioned below:
- Modenas Ninja 250: RM18,900
- Modenas Ninja 250 ABS : RM20,500
- Modenas Z250 ABS: RM19,500
"We at Modenas are very proud to share the same ethos with Kawasaki in prioritising customers which will enable and ensure that all our customers get affordable, quality and technology-driven products. We aim to bring unique solutions and a heightened experience to the two-wheeled market," said CEO, Roslan Roskan.
“My message to all Kawasaki motorcycles owners is that you can rest assure that under the management of Modenas, you can expect similar or superior levels of customer service. Modenas is continuously observing, learning and adapting the business operations of our technical partner and shareholder, Kawasaki Motors Limited."
"Together with the representatives from Kawasaki, we are all set for greater business expansions. Bringing you products and offerings to elevate your lifestyle through its wholesome experience. Till then, make sure to keep a close eye for our upcoming developments.”
That being said, all three newly launched models mentioned above are available at all Kawasaki authorised dealers nationwide for your viewing and purchasing pleasure.
The company also revealed that at least four new models will be arriving later this year, so watch this space for more updates on Kawasaki in Malaysia.