Kawasaki, Bajaj Auto end India alliance

Japanese auto major Kawasaki has decided to end its eight-year-old alliance with Pune-based Bajaj Auto for the sale and after sales service of Kawasaki motorcycles from April 1, 2017.

 Kawasaki and Bajaj have mutually arrived at an amicable decision to end their alliance in India from April 1, 2017.

Consequently, with effect from that date, Kawasaki motorcycles will be sold and after sales service, including that for past customers, will be provided by India Kawasaki Motors (a 100% subsidiary of Kawasaki Heavy Industries Japan), established in India in July 2010, through its own dealer network.

Bajaj and Kawasaki will continue to maintain their co-operative relationship across the rest of the world for current and future businesses, Bajaj Auto said.

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