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2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R gets K-Care package

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Kawasaki has introduced the K-Care package for the 2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R with the price of INR 73,263. Customers of the 2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R also purchase the extended warranty separately at the price of INR 53,065 and the Annual Maintenance Contract at the price of INR 47,461. The 2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R comes with a standard warranty of 2-years and 30,000 km and through the Kawasaki K-Care package, the standard warranty gets an extension for another 2-years and 20,000 km which means the total warranty of the motorcycle becomes 4-years and 50,000 km.

Kawasaki K-Care Package

Under the Kawasaki K-Care package, the brand will be providing a service package for four years that includes 8 services at 6-month intervals. Kawasaki will take care of 14 items under every service of the K-Care package. The package includes 8 oil changes, 4 oil-filter changes and 1 brake fluid replacement. The package also includes washing, lubrication and safety inspection in every service.

Kawasaki K-Care Validity & Benefits

The Kawasaki K-Care package will be valid for use at all Kawasaki dealerships in India. The brand will ensure the use of only genuine Kawasaki spares and engine oil during each service. The Kawasaki K-Care package is also transferrable to the new owner in case the motorcycle is sold in the validity period. The new owner will also receive all the benefits of the K-Care package which enhances the residual value of the motorcycle. Currently, the K-Care package is only available on the 2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R but Kawasaki may introduce K-Care for other motorcycles in their portfolio soon.

It is important to note that, K-Care package does not include any repair or replacement apart from the AMC covered in the package. Repairs related to accidents are also not covered under the K-Care package. For more information on the Kawasaki K-Care package, visit your nearest Kawasaki Dealership.

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