2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 05:39
The Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Kawasaki will sell its sports and touring machines only with ABS from next year. "The market demands it," said spokesman Andreas Seiler.
With the new year, Kawasaki will only be offering its sports and touring machines with ABS. "The market is simply asking for it, and we had to take that into account," said Kawasaki press spokesman Andreas Seiler on Friday to the Autogazette.
Change of strategy
After Kawasaki had long neglected the topic of ABS compared to manufacturers like BMW and Honda, this important change in strategy is now being made. The Kawasaki customer appreciates it: According to Seiler, 90 percent of the ER-6f, which only came onto the market in January and was previously offered with ABS as an option, opted for a machine with ABS.
By offering ABS as standard, Kawasaki expects to increase its market share at the same time. "We are aiming for a market share of 12 percent for the coming year," said Seiler. The super athletes Ninja ZX-10R and Ninja ZX-6R as well as the cruiser and cross machines are still offered without ABS.
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