MASTER SCHEME SECURITY
As one of the very first adopters of an industry-wide security scheme, a whole variety of engine, chassis and bodywork parts will be invisibly marked on each new Kawasaki road motorcycle in a coordinated effort to dramatically reduce vehicle theft. Developed by the motorcycle security experts Datatag, the Master Security markings and transponders are invisible to the naked eye and supported with a subtle sticker on each marked machine designed to deter the would-be thief.
Be a part of a true biking community with twelve months free membership with Club Kawasaki which provides two free high quality magazines per year, a dedicated members website, forum and a host of member benefits such as National and local events, exclusive discounts on products and Kawasaki / Virgin Experience days and VIP evenings.
Kawasaki Assist is a Rescue service developed by Kawasaki and the RAC and has been designed to be as reliable as the motorcycles it supports, to give you peace of mind and help when you need it the most. Roadside assistance; comes as standard and means that we’ll attend to your bike at the roadside anywhere
in the UK. Recovery; includes recovery of your bike to any UK destination or Kawasaki dealer. At Home; if you’ve broken down at home. Onward Travel; includes replacement vehicle for up to 48 hours, or overnight accommodation, or alternative travel costs covered if your bike can’t be fixed at the roadside or by a Kawasaki dealer
DOCUMENT HANDOVER WALLET
Every customer is presented with a Neoprene Kawasaki Branded Document Wallet, so all your paper work and booklets can be stored in one safe place. Alternatively, the wallet also doubles as a very handy IPad case!
The ‘History Key’
The key supplements the written service book.
Computerised service histories are already widely used in the car and bike industries, with a central database accessible to dealers.
Kawasaki's USB key lets customers add notes to the files.
Kawasaki’s Mark Spiller explained: 'The basic idea came about as a result of one of our regular dealer seminars. It was suggested that something like a USB stick could be a great way for both the dealer and customer to build up a digital history and have all the important information for a given machine in the same place.'