ANAHEIM, Calif. - Kawasaki Motor Corp. USA showed off nine new powersports units - including a surprisingly robust 250hp PWC - and reported better-than-industry-average sales at its annual dealer show at the Anaheim Convention Center.
KMC USA President Scott Kiyama told dealers the company's retail sales growth in 2005 was five times what the industry averaged and said he expects similar numbers for 2006.
To continue the growth in retail sales, Kawasaki unveiled several units that were entirely redesigned or featured new power plants, including the 2007 Ninja ZX-6R, which has an all-new engine for the first time in 10 years, and the 2007 Ultra 250X personal watercraft.
Read more about the Kawasaki dealer show in the Oct. 13 edition of Powersports Business.
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