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MODENAS X Kawasaki Reintroduce Ninja 250 & Z250


Kawasaki made a comeback with the launch of Ninja 250 and Z250 but with a slight twist. All three Ninja 250 ABS, Ninja 250 and Z250 will be branded MODENAS and the selling price will be RM20,500, RM18,900 and RM19,500 respectively. To compare, the Kawasaki Ninja 250 launched in 2018 under Kawasaki Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. (KMSB) sold at RM23,071; a huge savings of RM4,171 compared with Modenas Ninja 250. All three models will be available at all Kawasaki authorized dealers from 1st August 2022 onwards.

Motosikal dan Enjin Nasional Sdn. Bhd. (MODENAS), through its distributing arm Edaran Modenas Sdn Bhd (EMOS) is the new distributor in Malaysia following the increase of Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) Japan’s stake in MODENAS from 19% to 30% before the pandemic. According to the statement by MODENAS, all Kawasaki models 650cc and below will be rebranded under the MODENAS badge.

“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, old and new; 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.”

Modenas Ninja 250 ABS

Modenas Ninja 250

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