The outlet will cover sales, spare parts, as well as servicing
Edaran Modenas Sdn Bhd, the authorised distributor of Kawasaki motorcycles in Malaysia has officially opened its first Kawasaki flagship 4S centre in Shah Alam.
Launched last weekend, the new outlet, which is located at the Taman Perindustrian Tiong Nam, Section 15, Shah Alam, was officiated by Dato’ Chear Kin Keong, CEO of Kawasaki Shah Alam, while EMOS was represented by its CEO Roslan Roskan, as well as George Kashiwagi, Chief Marketing Officer of EMOS.
In conjunction with the opening ceremony, the Company also presented the latest version of its sports cruiser, the Modenas (Kawasaki) Vulcan S at Kawasaki Showroom where members of the press were given a product presentation on the bike.
The outlet, which is located right next to Chear Motor's Shah Alam dealership, comprises a showroom that displays Kawasaki's complete range of motorcycles, a comfortable lounge area, a huge service area with four service bays, as well as a dedicated engine room.
Kawasaki Shah Alam covers four aspects of business - Sales, Spare parts, Services and Showroom. The flagship 4S centre also categorised as the Kawasaki All Star outlet, where motorcycle enthusiasts can find all the latest Kawasakio model line-up, ranging from the smallest to the highest cc models that even includes off-road models.
“Looking around the Kawasaki Shah Alam 4S centre, I am inspired that this first-of-its-kind experiential store will also be a platform for the Kawasaki community to experience a wide range of Kawasaki’s innovative products in an immersive setting as we believe that the true success story of the KAWASAKI brand lies in its people,” said Roslan Roskan, CEO of EMOS.
“All our Kawasaki All Stars adopted the design and built of the Kawasaki Plazas in Japan by emphasizing on product display and visual merchandising, we elieve that by sharing the same design aspects and beliefs, the showroom will make the visitors leave feeling a sense of belonging and fulfilled. In other words, giving them a taste of the Kawasaki experience: where culture meets
interest,” said George Kashiwagi, CMO of EMOS.
On a separate note, the company also confirmed that the highly anticipated Kawasaki ZX25R will be making its Malaysian debut this year, and on top of that, the bike will actually be assembled locally and launched with a competitive price.
In addition, Kawasaki fans can also look forward to more off-road bikes from the brand as a few models are slated to make their Malaysian debut in 2023.