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Kawasaki's latest service centre is in Navi Mumbai

Kawasaki's latest service centre is in Navi Mumbai

Snapshot: The latest addition to the Kawasaki network will take care of the motorcycles that reach India via CBU route

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Kawasaki, which has been in India from almost over two decades, has now finally taken things seriously. From the time it launched its Ninja 250R in India, it has become a synonym for fast motorcycles and Kawasaki has launched a number of motorcycles in India since then. From the pocket bomb - Ninja 300R to the king of drag - ZX 14R, Kawasaki has catered to every category of speed enthusiasts. The motorcycles that were sold in India and came via CBU route - Ninja 250R, 300R and 650R - were able to enjoy the care given by the Bajaj-KTM service centres, but the more expensive ones that took the CBU way couldn't avail this benefit. Kawasaki also has three dedicated showrooms in India which caters strictly in the high-end motorcycles in Delhi, Pune and Chennai.

This service centre will serve the entire high end range of Kawasaki models which includes Z800, Z1000, Ninja 1000, ZX-10R and ZX-14R and can be found at Shreeji Heights, plot number 01,1A, 1B, 1C, sector 46-A, Palm Beach road, Nerul (west), Navi Mumbai -400706. 

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