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Check out the 2021 Kawasaki price list in the Malaysia. As of 24 Julai 2021, Kawasaki motorcycle prices start at RM 9,845 for the most inexpensive model Z125 PRO and goes up to RM 245,310 for the most expensive motorcycle model Kawasaki Ninja H2. 34 Kawasaki Motorcycles are currently available in Malaysia. 12 Sport, 8 Super Sport, 7 Off Road, 3 Cruiser, 1 Adventure Touring, 1 Cafe Racer, 1 Scooter and 1 Touring are being offered by Kawasaki in the Malaysia. Kawasaki’s highly price model is the Ninja H2 at RM 245,310 and the cheapest model is the Z125 PRO at RM 9,845 . Over 163 authorized Kawasaki motorcycle dealers across 67 cities in the Malaysia are waiting to contact you with the best offers. Select a Kawasaki motorcycle to know the latest promo in your city, prices, specifications, pictures, mileage and User reviews.

Kawasaki Motorcycles Price in Malaysia

Kawasaki Models Price List
Kawasaki Ninja 250 RM 23,071
Kawasaki Ninja H2 RM 145,299 - RM 245,310
Kawasaki Vulcan S RM 27,172
Kawasaki Z 250 RM 14,849 - RM 21,998
Kawasaki Z900 ABS RM 46,380
Kawasaki Versys 650 RM 36,201
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R RM 79,900
Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS RM 35,087
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R 2019 RM 98,934
Kawasaki Ninja 1000 ABS RM 82,933
Kawasaki Ninja 250 SL RM 16,689
Kawasaki Z 1000 RM 78,216
Kawasaki 1400 GTR ABS RM 100,765
Kawasaki W800 RM 52,741
Kawasaki KX450F RM 46,065
Kawasaki KX250F RM 43,936
Kawasaki KX85-D RM 18,233
Kawasaki KX65 RM 28,853
Kawasaki KLX450R RM 27,000
Kawasaki KLX250 RM 22,425
Kawasaki Z 400 RM 28,755
Kawasaki Z900RS RM 64,063
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R ABS RM 62,883
Kawasaki Z650 ABS RM 33,597
Kawasaki Z125 PRO RM 9,845
Kawasaki Versys-X 250 RM 22,444
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10 RR RM 159,900
Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic RM 33,535
Kawasaki KLX150BF RM 13,992

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About Kawasaki Malaysia

Kawasaki Malaysia is one of the most promising two-wheel manufacturers in the country. Today, Kawasaki maintains a well-established network of around 66 dealerships across Malaysia, including several spare parts dealers. The Kawasaki Pitshop (KPS) and Kawasaki Exclusive Service Centre (KESC) network, quality assurance, with fully-equipped service centre with the well-stocked spare part centre are strategically located to meet customers demand. The Kawasaki Motors (Malaysia) Shd. Bhd. (KMSB) is the franchise holder, official distributor, assembler, and sole importer of Kawasaki motorcycles locally. 

The shift of Kawasaki Sunrock Sdn. Bhd. to Kawasaki Motors Sdn. Bhd. has ushered a new milestone for the Malaysian motorcycle industry with the introduction of locally assembled units with CBU quality. 

The long-standing Japanese motorcycle brand in Malaysia has several best-sellers in key segments, these include the Kawasaki Ninja 250, Z 250, Ninja H2, Versys 650, Z125 PRO, Z 1000, Ninja 1000 ABS, KX450F, ZX-14R ABS, Z650 ABS, Versys 1000 GT, J300 ABS, Z 400, Ninja 1000 ABS, and Ninja 400.

Kawasaki not only invests its time and money into making great products but also towards consumers' safety. In January 2020, Kawasaki Malaysia introduced a road safety campaign for all bike riders irrespective of the brand. It was a free 16-point safety check conducted by certified technicians.  

In October 2019, Kawasaki revealed the 2020 year model would replace the ongoing Ninja 650. The new Ninja will come turned with a full-colour TFT-LCD screen that connects to a smartphone app via Bluetooth, allowing for turn-by-turn navigation. Also, the new model features LED lighting all over. Rest all remains the same.  

In April 2019, the company launched two naked sports bikes - the Z400 SE ABS and Z250 ABS. The former rides on a 399cc DOHC mill fed by EFI. Inside the cockpit is an LCD instrument panel with three selectable display modes. Both the bikes feature LED lighting at the front and back. The Z250 ABS is powered by a 248cc DOHC powerplant paired to a six-speed gearbox. 

In November 2018, Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR and ZX-6R were launched in the country. The former is top-of-the-line superbike, developed from the base model ZR-10R. The ZX-6R supersport bike carries a 636cc engine that offers stronger low- and mid-range torque.  

Kawasaki Malaysia keeps on introducing new motorcycles as per the changing times and customer tastes. Be it introducing new models and giving a facelift to an old-running bike. The brand has always kept its rage updated.

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    Nijat Jul 20, 2021 for Kawasaki Ninja 250

    I am just crazy about sports bikes and when It comes to power then I don’t have words to express my feelings for this Kawasaki Ninja 250. The 249cc dual cylinder engine that gives 39hp of power and 23.5 Nm Torque with redesigned bodywork makes it a perfect bike for me. I can really feel the power of the engine Read More 12

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    Waase Jul 12, 2021 for Kawasaki KLX 150BF

    Despite being just a 150cc dirt bike, it is really not the best option for people who are just starting off with off-roading. First of all, it is around 120 kg in weight and has a high seat height of 870 mm, which is not manageable by everyone. I already have 6 months experience in friendly rally races before I Read More 6

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    Tenuk Jul 12, 2021 for Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic

    This Vulcan 900 is seriously a classic motorcycle. It is something that not everyone will understand. I have heard a lot of people saying that the Vulcan 900 Classic is not up to the market for its price, but being an owner myself, I can give you a clearer picture of how the bike really is. I agree that the Read More 23

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    Slamet Jul 12, 2021 for Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10 RR

    There is really no beating the Kawasaki Ninja when it comes to performance sports bikes. I have ridden almost all the different bikes in the litre-class segment, Ducati, BMW, Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki, but I must say that Kawasaki has a different feel to riding in this segment. The Ninja ZX10 RR is my personal favorite and a friend from the Read More 1

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    Selasa Jul 12, 2021 for Kawasaki J300 ABS

    Maxi-scooters are the modern forms of powerful machines and I am glad to own one. I have the Kawasaki J300 ABS, a lesser-known maxi-scooter in Malaysia. But even though it is less popular, it does not mean it is less good. I am just a fan of the design, it is very aerodynamic and keeps the wind blasting away from Read More 7

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