Kawasaki India is on a roll these days. Barely a few hours ago we had reported that the Japan based motorcycle maker launched the limited edition H2 Carbon and the H2R in the country and now another piece of news makes its way to the web.
A tweet from the official twitter handle of Kawasaki has confirmed that the company has delivered 12 products to the customers affected due to the fraudulent Navi Mumbai dealership, also known as SNK Palm Beach. The image shared on the social media website shows a few of the new bikes with their respective owners, who seem to be more than happy to receive their possessions after a rather long time frame.
A few of the owners with their respective bikes
The Indian arm of Kawasaki is believed to have delivered a total of 12 motorcycles including the a few units of the Z800, Z800 Sugomi edition, ZX-10R, Versys 1000 and the Ninja 1000. It is said that the affected customers, who have now withdrawn their complaints, received compensation for the delay in the delivery as well.
In the meantime, India Kawasaki Motors (IKM) is said to be in search of a new dealer for the Mumbai region. As for the SNK dealership, legal proceedings have been initiated even as previous reports suggest that the accused owner of the dealership is currently untraceable.
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