Kawasaki Motors Philippines

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Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation
Subsidiary of Kawasaki Heavy Industries
Industry Motorcycles
Founded 1974
Headquarters Km. 23 East Service Road, Bo.Cupang, Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Philippines
Key people
Hitoshi Inoue, President
Products Commuter bikes and leisure bikes, Bajaj motorcycles and apparel
Parent Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Motorcycle and Engine division)
Website Kawasaki Motors Philippines consumer site
Kawasaki Commuter Bikes site
Kawasaki Leisure Bikes site

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.

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.


Current lineup[edit]

  • Barako (2004-present) - 4-stroke 177cc - Business model, available with Kick starter only model / Electric + Kick starter model
    • Tough and Powerful (2007)
    • Barako II (2013)
  • Fury (New Breed, 2015–present) - 4-stroke 125cc - With electric start underbone model
  • Fury RR (New Breed, 2015–present) - 4-stroke 125cc - Mag wheel version plus rear disc brake, and manual hand clutch
  • Curve - 4-stroke 112cc - With electric starter scooter model
  • KLX 150
  • KLX 150L

They also carry the following Bajaj models:

  • Avenger 220 (2014–present) - 4-stroke 220cc - Cruiser
  • CT100 (2014–present) - 4 stroke business model
  • CT100B (2016–present) - Base model of CT100
  • CT100P - Limited version of CT100
  • Discover 100 DTS-i (2013–present)
  • CT150 (Boxer) (2013–present) - 4-stroke 150cc - Business model
  • Rouser 135LS (2011–present) - 4 stroke 135cc - Standard model
  • Rouser 180 DTS-i (2013–present) - 4-stroke 180cc - Standard model
  • Rouser 200NS (2015–present) - 4 stroke 200cc - Standard model

Discontinued products[edit]

  • Aura Classic
  • Aura Nexus
  • Fury and Fury R, 1st-2nd Gen (2009-2014) - 4-stroke 125cc
  • B1-125 (19xx-19xx)
  • HD X (1987-2002) - 2-stroke 100cc
  • HD II (1991-1999)
  • HD III (1990-2003) - 2-stroke 125cc
    • CDI 125 (1995)
    • Brutus (2002)
  • KMX 125 (199x-200x)
  • Bajaj/Kawasaki Wind 125 (2005-2009) - 4-stroke 125cc
  • Bajaj BYK (2005-2006) - 4-stroke 100cc
  • Bajaj Caliber 115
  • BC 125 (2008)
  • Bajaj Discover 135 DTS-i (2009-2011)
  • Bajaj Rouser 200 DTS-i (2009-2010)
  • Bajaj Rouser 220 DTS-i (2010-2013)

The Wind 125 feature front disk 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.

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. The retail price is P34,000. However, this particular model has regressed and was replaced with the CT 100 model, which has typically the same specifications.

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