- Pre-delivery inspection to be done at dealerships
- Bikes to be delivered by trained personnel
- Spare parts, accessories and apparel to be delivered via third-party services
Kawasaki has started home delivery of its motorcycles, spare parts and accessories in the US as several dealerships have shut doors due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. The US is among the worst affected countries by the virus.
Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA said in a press announcement that it will work closely with the nationwide dealer network to provide home delivery of Kawasaki products. The company said that it is looking to ease some of the burdens everyone is facing. Kawasaki aims to help facilitate purchases of products by those who cannot or may not wish to visit a dealership.
The vehicles would be inspected at the dealerships prior to delivery, and all required checklists will be completed in the buyer’s presence. The vehicle would be delivered to their respective owners by trained dealership personnel who can provide a thorough briefing on vehicle operation, maintenance, and safety information. The company further added in the announcement that it will not use third-party delivery services or common carriers. The spare parts, accessories and apparel, however, will be delivered via third-party services or common carriers.
In India, the Japanese two-wheeler brand has announced that it will be extending the warranty on vehicles that are getting over between 1 March 2020 and 30 April 2020.