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Check out the 2021 Kawasaki price list in the Philippines. As of 17 May 2021, Kawasaki motorcycle prices start at ₱41,900 for the most inexpensive model CT100 and goes up to ₱1.8 Million for the most expensive motorcycle model Kawasaki Ninja H2. Currently Kawasaki is offering 35 new motorcycle models in the Philippines. The Kawasaki Dominar 400, Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R, Kawasaki Z1000 R Edition are the most popular motorcycles from Kawasaki in their respective motorcycle segments.

Kawasaki Philippines has a line-up of 9 Sport (Kawasaki Dominar 400, Ninja ZX-25R, Rouser RS200, Rouser 200NS, Ninja 650, Z400, Ninja 400, Z650, Ninja ZX-6R), 5 Cruiser (Kawasaki W175, Vulcan 900 Custom, Vulcan S, W800, Z900RS), 4 Off Road (Kawasaki KLX 150L, KLX 140, KLX230, KLX 300R), 7 Super Sport (Kawasaki Z1000 R Edition, Ninja H2, Ninja ZX-14R, Ninja ZX-10R, Ninja 1000, Ninja ZX-10RR, Z H2), 2 Touring (Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero, GTR 1400), 5 Street (Kawasaki Barako II, CT125, CT100, CT150, Rouser NS160), 1 Moped (Kawasaki Fury 125), 2 Adventure Touring (Kawasaki Versys 1000 SE, Versys 650), 1 Cafe Racer (Kawasaki Z900RS). Zigwheels provides you the Kawasaki Philippines price list for May 2021, along with downpayment, monthly installments, and loan simulations for the Manila and nearby cities.

Kawasaki Philippines price list

Kawasaki Models Price List
Kawasaki Dominar 400 ₱175,000
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R ₱410,000
Kawasaki Z1000 R Edition ₱688,000
Kawasaki Rouser RS200 ₱133,900
Kawasaki Barako II ₱87,500
Kawasaki Rouser 200NS ₱99,900
Kawasaki Ninja 650 ₱426,000
Kawasaki Z400 ₱279,000
Kawasaki Ninja H2 ₱1.39 - ₱1.8 Million
Kawasaki Ninja 400 ₱331,000
Kawasaki W175 ₱130,000
Kawasaki CT125 ₱50,900
Kawasaki CT100 ₱41,900 - ₱47,900
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R ₱960,000
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R ₱952,000
Kawasaki Ninja 1000 ₱696,000
Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom ₱625,000
Kawasaki Versys 1000 SE ₱900,000
Kawasaki Vulcan S ₱415,000
Kawasaki Fury 125 ₱65,400 - ₱74,900
Kawasaki CT150 ₱57,900
Kawasaki KLX 150L ₱122,500
Kawasaki Rouser NS160 ₱92,000
Kawasaki KLX 140 ₱150,000
Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero ₱915,000
Kawasaki GTR 1400 ₱940,000
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR ₱1.355 Million
Kawasaki Z650 ₱415,000
Kawasaki W800 ₱515,000 - ₱557,000
Kawasaki Versys 650 ₱452,000
Kawasaki Z900RS ₱642,000 - ₱664,000
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R ₱672,000
Kawasaki KLX230 ₱190,000
Kawasaki KLX 300R ₱300,000
Kawasaki Z H2 ₱890,000

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About Kawasaki Philippines

Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation (KMPC or Kawasaki Philippines) is a subsidiary of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. under the Motorcycle and Engine division. It manufactures motorcycle/motorcycle parts, and bicycle/bicycle parts.

During 1962, Kawasaki engineers were developing a four-stroke engine for small cars. Then some of the engineers transferred to the Meguro factory to work on the Meguro K1 and the SG, a single-cylinder 250cc OHV. In 1963, Kawasaki and Meguro merged to form Kawasaki Motorcycle Co., Ltd. Kawasaki motorcycles from 1962 through 1967 used an emblem that can be described as a flag within a wing.

Kawasaki Philippines is also the official distributor and assembler of Bajaj in the Philippines. Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation, located in Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, is in charge of production and distribution of Kawasaki Motors in the Philippines.

Kawasaki Aircraft initially manufactured motorcycles under the Meguro name, having bought an ailing motorcycle manufacturer, Meguro Manufacturing with whom they had been in partnership. This eventually became Kawasaki Motor Sales. Some early motorcycles display an emblem with "Kawasaki Aircraft" on the fuel tank.

In its 50 years of stay in the Philippines, Kawasaki has successfully carved a niche that is grounded in hard work and a reputation for sterling excellence. These very same qualities defined the early beginnings of Kawasaki starting with the partnership between J.V. Del Rosario and Sakata Shokai, Ltd. when they founded Delsa Industrial Corporation in 1968. In 1974, Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. (KHI) acquired a stake in the company, which later changed its name to Kawasaki Motors (Phils.) Corporation. KHI again cemented its presence in the Philippines when it took controlling stock of the company in 1996.

One of the very first production motorcycles, the Wind 125 was the first in the Philippines market to feature front disc brake and the conventional transmission (one down and four up with a clutch) as compared to the rotary transmissions found on most underbone and tricycle model motorcycles. The front head cowl conceals a set of functional clocks that provide motorcycle speed, engine revolution counter, odometer, and fuel gauge. The Wind 125 retails for P54,000.

Apart from the Wind, Kawasaki also introduced the Byk 100 is the entry-level motorcycle of Bajaj. The defining feature of the Bajaj's motorcycle is the head cowl which is also present in the Byk100. The Byk 100 uses a drum brake system for the front and a rotary type transmission with a clutch. 

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    Izuddin Apr 27, 2021 for Kawasaki Dominar 400

    The Kawasaki Dominar 400 feels rather light to ride which makes it very easy to handle. Even at a high speed, it just waves through open highway and on city streets, provided you have manageable traffic. The Dominar 400 is a performance bike. It performs best between 90-120kpmh. But at a higher speed I felt some vibration. The foot pegs Read More 196

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    Asterio Apr 27, 2021 for Kawasaki Ninja 400

    Like all bikes in this series from Kawasaki, the Ninja 400 looks aggressive from all angles. The analog-digital instrument cluster straight from the Ninja 1000, lends the 400 a big-bike feel. It’s actually a dual-purpose bike for both commuting and racing. The moment you press the accelerator, the bike roars to life. The riding position is comfortable and despite being Read More 62

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    Jasmine Apr 27, 2021 for Kawasaki Ninja 400

    Like all bikes in this series from Kawasaki, the Ninja 400 looks aggressive from all angles. The analog-digital instrument cluster straight from the Ninja 1000, lends the 400 a big-bike feel. It’s actually a dual-purpose bike for both commuting and racing. The moment you press the accelerator, the bike roars to life. The riding position is comfortable and despite being Read More 10

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    Ceejay Apr 26, 2021 for Kawasaki Z1000 R Edition

    This is the most powerful and aggressive bike I have ever ridden. The Kawasaki Z1000 R Edition strikes a perfect balance between performance and practicality. It comes with an upgraded engine which produces more power than ever. There’s more torque and the throttle response is immediate. The power delivery has also vastly improved. The Kawasaki Z1000 R Edition has absolutely Read More 53

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    Christian Apr 22, 2021 for Kawasaki Ninja 650

    The Kawasaki Ninja 650 is certainly no less than the big brother 1000. The bike is a truly reliable offering when it comes to speed and performance. I’ve been a fan of the Ninja lineup and have also been a past owner of the 300cc variant. I guess this upgrade was much needed, the bike is truly a beast like Read More 61

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